907 Updates October 02, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Only one WWII Veteran on latest Last Frontier Honor Flight; Veterans Affairs facilities in Alaska now smoke-free; AFD: Air attack key in keeping homes safe in MLK Jr. wildfire; Big jets take flight again after runway project ends; Warning issued after wolf kills dog northwest of Fairbanks and more ->
KTUU: Human remains found on Seward Highway near Beluga Point; In this year’s lackluster mushroom harvest, a story of changing environments; Alaska’s Ninja Warrior visits Anchorage school; Hooper Bay school investigates racist notes sent to student; SOY: Bikepacking, local teen Alana Rose Parent pedals 1019 miles; Alaska proposes lifting snowcat, heli-skiing permit limits and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska receives $20M federal grant to support reading skills; Bristol Bay is outgrowing its wastewater infrastructure. Could a fish tax help fix it? More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: AVCP Regional Housing Authority Sued For $3.4M; Crooked Creek Receives $16M To Rebuild Runway; Slideshow: Postcard From Red Devil and more ->.
Alaska Native News: Governor Proclaims October Domestic Violence Awareness Month and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Attendance rates, staff details and more for Alaska schools available online; Artist travels to Fairbanks to jury local artwork and more->
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Split-second decision: Man is beating up woman. What do you do? Truck gone, truck found: Quick turnaround with help of Floyd Hall and friends; A university dripping dollars and more ->
Craig Medred: Losing battle
Rasmuson Foundation: Nominate now for 2020 Distinguished Artist Award
For Immediate Release
October 1, 2019
Contact: Lisa Demer, 907-334-0529

Anchorage, AK – Rasmuson Foundation is accepting nominations for the 2020 Distinguished Artist Award. The nomination period opened Tuesday, October 1. The deadline for nominating artists is Monday, December 16.
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