907 Updates September 29, 2020

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Volunteers box up Willow Library’s 35,000 book collection; Creative solutions from a local cleaning company provide peace of mind to other businesses; Recovery groups distribute fentanyl test strips inside Narcan kits; Soldotna boy starts fishy YouTube challenge for local food bank; Coffee talk, Alaska celebrates National Coffee Day and more ->

Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Rescues Two Hunters on Mount Kelly; Six Arrested in Multi-Agency Investigation into Drug Trafficking; Anchorage Shoplifter Charged with Robbery after Brandishing Firearm at Carr’s Officer and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Food conditioned bear euthanized in Denali National Park and more ->

By Brian Mazurek, Peninsula Clarion: Women who care raise funds for hardware store, legal services org 100+ Women Who Care members vote for an organization to support at quarterly meeting.
ADN, David Reamer | Histories of Anchorage: Many Anchorage schools are named after people. Here’s who those people were.
By Amy Carney, New Blog Post on Press Releases, News Room At Alaska State Library: Sheldon Jackson Museum Welcomes Artist-in-Residence Pamela Johnson (Tlingit)
By Pam Norfolk, Wigan Today: A walk on the wild side with Little Tiger books – by various authors – book reviews
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Get Away From It All At This Hideaway In The Alaskan Alpine Forest
By Casea Peterson, Only In Your State Alaska: These Terrifying Swinging Bridges In Alaska Will Make Your Stomach Drop