Alaska News August 10, 2022

KTUU: Kenai Peninsula School District extends blended course offerings to rural schools; UAA pharmacy program coordinator shot, killed in Wasilla home Troopers stop short of calling case homicide investigation and more ->


KTOO: Garden Talk: Air-drying garlic and herbs and more ->

Alaska Native News: Wildlife Defenders Slam Senate Dems’ Bill for Not Protecting Refuge in Alaska; This Day in Alaska History-August 10th, 1728 and more ->


KINY: Sealaska Heritage Institute publishes book on fight to protect sacred site; Gov. Dunleavy signs bill advancing statewide broadband access and more ->

KSTK: Wrangell residents could soon pay borough bills online and more ->


The Seward Journal August 10 to 16, 2022

KCAW: KCAW hopes to bring wind and solar to Port Alexander with new project and more ->

Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) delivers opening remarks at the AK Broadband Summit – August 9, 2022

Alaska News August 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 & 09, 2022

KTUU: Is the fireweed already signaling an early end to summer?; Telling Alaska’s Story : Preserving the history of Independence Mine; Anchorage Health Department director resigns due to health issues and more ->


KTOO: Kodiak’s bats studied for the first time during Bat Week; Despite COVID and crashes, Homer cyclist finishes women’s Tour de France and more ->

KYUK: The widow of a pilot who died in a midair crash has settled her lawsuit against Hageland Aviation; An LKSD program is helping recruit local teachers and preserve the culture of the Y-K Delta and more ->


Alaska Native News: Wasilla Police and Troopers Respond to Wasilla Early Morning Shooting; Arctic Guardians Rescue Two Plane Crash Victims at Wrangell-St. Elias National Park; This Day in Alaska History-August 4th, 2018, This Day in Alaska History-August 5th, 1952, This Day in Alaska History-August 6th, 1920, This Day in Alaska History-August 7th, 1938, This Day in Alaska History-August 8th, 1931, This Day in Alaska History-August 9th, 1901 and more ->


The Arctic Sounder: Sharing traditional knowledge, Inupiat hunters advance whale science and more ->
KINY: Almandinger sentenced to 99 years for murder of David Grunwald and more ->


KSTK: Southeast Alaska business competition announces finalists and more ->

KRBD: What does ‘reverence for our creator’ mean to Indigenous Southeast Alaskans? And more ->

KUCB: Historic anchor turns up in Unalaska and more ->

Craig Medred: Unhealthy, unfit, dead
Craig Medred: Dousing the fire
Craig Medred: The muskox killer

By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Coolest Place To Shop In Alaska, This 5-Acre Fred Meyer Is The Second Largest In The Country

By Nancy Lord, ADN: Book review: A memoir brings to life Southeast Alaska’s island wilderness, tested by one restless heart


By Bailey Berg, AFAR: The 8 Best Things to Do in Anchorage, Alaska

Real Life Lore: This is why Anchorage is America’s most OP city!


Sinmple Living Alaska: Sweet & Sour Cloudberry Harvest | Canning Cauliflower from the Garden

Alaska News August 03, 2022

KTUU: Major Seward Highway project proposed near Girdwood; Outside The Gates: Palmer veteran becomes first in Alaska to receive a ramp from Ohio nonprofit; Fourth Avenue Theater demolition set to begin this week; ANSEP teaches students about Alaska’s geologic hazards and more ->
KTOO: Garden Talk: A tour of Táayi Hít, Tlingit and Haida’s new greenhouse and more ->
Alaska Native News: Quinhagak Resident Frank Nelson Sentenced to 48 Years for Beating, Murder, Robbery and Felony Assaults on Officers; Fairbanks Felon with Firearm Arrested after Shots-Fired Incident; This Day in Alaska History-August 3rd, 1908 and more ->
KINY: Tlingit & Haida to hold congregate meals for Juneau tribal citizen Elders; Jager completes international professional ‘Fire Marshal’ designation process; Doctoral student in Alaska Native Studies wins Judson Brown scholarship and more ->
KSTK: 10-Mile pipe shows elevated bacteria levels, WCA recommends boiling water and more ->
The Seward Journal August 03 to August 09, 2022
KFSK: Gas sales suspended at Petersburg business; Garbage bears hit cans across Petersburg again; Garbage bears hit cans across Petersburg again; Petersburg man attempts to swim across Frederick Sound Petersburg man attempts to swim across Frederick Sound and more ->
KRBD: Father and two young children rescued from Ketchikan’s Lunch Creek Trail; Full schedule of events planned to mark Founder’s Day in Metlakatla on Sunday and more ->
KUCB: Subsea fiber touches down in Unalaska to bring high speed internet to the Aleutians and more ->
The Alaska 100: Dialing 988 in Alaska connects callers to mental health resources
Simple Living Alaska: From River to Ocean | Salmon Fishing in Alaska


Alaska News August 01 & 02, 2022

KTUU: Windy, Alaska Zoo’s last remaining wolf, dies; Wassillie indicted for double murder, pleads not guilty Anchorage jury could sentence woman to 99 years per murder; Another Palmer Hayflats recreation site hit by vandals Dozens of trees at Reflections Lake were tagged with offensive, racist graffiti; Telling Alaska’s Story: Spring Creek Farm in Palmer and more ->

KTOO: ‘She wasn’t afraid of adventure’: Alaska author Lael Morgan dies at 86 and more ->

KYUK: Bethel police to hold ATV safety meeting Aug. 6 and more ->


Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaska History-August 1st, 1977; August 2nd, 1924 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska senator calls out Taliban after al-Zawahiri killing and more ->


KINY: Update: Authorities investigating Tuesday morning fire involving 5 cars; Conference on Culturally Responsive Education to be held next week and more ->

KFSK: Petersburg assembly forms housing task force, sets work session and more ->

KRBD: The retired ferry Malaspina has some new residents: four refugees from the war in Ukraine and more ->

Craig Medred: For the fish

Eat Your Words from Edible Alaska : #34: To market, to market…


By Mike Richard and Sam Schild, The Manual: More People Disappear in the Alaska Triangle Than Anywhere (Including the Bermuda Triangle) The Mystery of the Alaska Triangle solved. Well, sort of.

The Gnometown Campers: Journey To Alaska Episode 22 : Kasilof, Kenai, and Homer


Alaska News July 31, 2022

KTUU: 17 units respond to Spenard hotel fire; Two found inside car in Matanuska River and more ->

Alaska Native News: Campbell Creek Science Center looks forward to school field trips; This Day in Alaska History-July 31st, 1869 and more ->
Fairbans News Webcenter 11: Construction is in full swing on the Moose Creek Dam Modification Project and more ->
KINY: Alaska State Troopers investigate youth campground assaults, warn parents to be careful; SAFE’S Family Day at the Park; Gov. Dunleavy signs Firefighters Workers’ Comp Bill and more ->
KSTK: Former Wrangell hospital still on the market; Petersburg wins blood-donation competition against Wrangell and more ->
KRBD: Feds announce $116.5 million for broadband in Alaska, including $29.3 million for Prince of Wales Island and more ->
Craig Medred: Unhappy fishermen
Bambi in Alaska: The beauty of Alaska

Alaska News July 29 & 30, 2022

KTUU: Glenn Highway closed after fatal accident; Woman charged in 2 separate Sand Lake homicides indicted; Miss America Emma Broyles takes a ride of a lifetime with the Thunderbirds; Thunderbirds meet local veterans ahead of Arctic Thunder Open House Medal of Honor recipient Earl Plumlee was among those in attendance and more ->
KTOO: ‘We’ve seen this before’: After cow mutilation, Delta Junction ranchers put up $2,500 reward; Bird flu concerns mean there will be no poultry at this year’s Tanana Valley State Fair; Report details Alaska demographics hurt most by 2021 spike in drug overdose deaths and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaska History-July 29th, 1905, July 30th, 1921 and more ->
KINY: Alaska reports first case of monkeypox in Anchorage; NOAA Weather Radio is experiencing broadcasting issues; Voice of IRONMAN Speaks of Race Heroes and more ->
KFSK: “Chumpocalypse” at OBI Seafoods; The secrets stored in the muskeg; ‘Alaskan Bush People’ receive the cold shoulder when looking for land in Southeast and more ->
KRBD: Metlakatla researchers document Alaska’s first live European invasive crabs days after first shells are found and more ->
KUCB: Car accident on Unalaska’s Summer Bay Road leaves one dead and more ->
By David Shefter, USGA: USGA Champion Hartwiger Excited for Alaska Homecoming
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: You’ll Absolutely Love A Ride On Alaska’s Majestic Mountain Train This Summer
Adventures of A+K: Exploring Talkeetna, Alaska (a CHARMING, quirky town!) | FOOD, fishing, & trying birch syrup!

Alaska News July 27 & 28, 2022

KTUU: Woman airlifted to Anchorage after boat explosion in Whittier; Anchorage police arrest man after Sunday shooting in Spenard; 7 survive plane crash on Lake Hood; Anchorage woman collecting donations for Centennial Campground and more ->

KTOO: The Aleutian tern may be Alaska’s most imperiled seabird; Ironman Alaska athletes are scrambling to get their bikes to Juneau and more ->

KYUK: KYUK to receive $350,000 grant to digitally preserve and catalog decades of archival material and more ->

Alaska Native News: Wasilla Man Arrested for Multiple Catalytic Converter Thefts at Wasilla Area Park and Rides; 21-Year-Old Ketchikan Man Arrested on California Extradition Warrant in Carjacking Case; Active AST Search for Jeremy Davis on Lake Iliamna Changed to Reactive; Scientists to set sail in search of Bering Sea’s stormy past; This Day in Alaska History-July 27th, 1912; July 28th, 1899 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Triple Homicide reported in Fairbanks Tuesday evening and more ->


The Arctic Sounder: Two Inupiaq Miss WIEIO winners reflect on confidence, culture preservation and more ->

KINY: Vet’s Appreciation Dinner set for Friday at Juneau Yacht Club; Gov. Dunleavy to sign Tribal Recognition bill, State-Tribal Education Compact bill, crime bills Thursday; As last big cable carrier drops One America News, Alaska’s GCI hangs on and more ->


The Seward Journal July 27 to Auguast 02, 2022

KFSK: Petersburg teen restarts cancer treatment in Seattle and more ->

KRBD: Tribal IDs should work at airports. But travelers say the TSA often rejects them. And more ->
Must Read Alaska: Podcast with XTRATUF’s chief executive officer. All things XTRATUF and a big giveaway of product.


Craig Medred: Deadly fun


Alaska News July 25 & 26, 2022

Obituary: Earl Arthur Nelson 1934 – 2022
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Police Department seeks information on death of Meleah Angel Peter and more ->
KTUU: Seismic concerns shutter Anchorage school; nearly 400 students to be relocated; New organization forms in support of controversial Mat-Su road project West Susitna Access Project advanced to phase three last December, despite public opposition; Telling Alaska’s Story: Colony House Museum in Palmer is a window into Alaska’s past; Local fishermen and communities launch “Fish for Families” to help address declines of salmon throughout Alaska; Anaya Latin Dance hosts Salsa in the Park dance classes and more ->


KTOO: Interior windstorm starts fires and briefly knocks out 911 service; Village public safety officers get opioid response training in Juneau as statewide overdose rates climb and more ->

KYUK: Kuskokwim Bay fishermen lose out on summer income after fish buyer fails to secure a processing boat and more ->
Alaska Native News: Two Remanded to Wildwood following Tuesday Morning Disturbance call from Copper River Seafood; Deputy Attorney General’s Opinion Provides Guidance to School Districts on Public Correspondence School Allotments and Private School Uses; This Day in Alaska History-July 25th, 1912, July 26th, 1950 and more ->


KINY: Hoonah to hold National Night Out event in August; UPDATE: Police discover cause of Hoonah bus incident on Monday and more ->


KFSK: Hatchery chums returning strong in Southeast Alaska and more ->

KRBD: Years of work come to an end with the opening ceremony of the Metlakatla Veterans Memorial Cemetery and more ->

KUCB: Fishermen’s memorial planned for Unalaska and more ->

By StrongHearts Native Helpline: Impacts of the Roe v. Wade Decision on Native American and Alaska Native Women Sexual Violence Victim-Survivors

Podcast with Mat-Su Borough Edna DeVries. She is a living legend in politics in Alaska, and the founder of the Alaska School of Government
Podcast with best-selling author Melissa Cook. She wrote “The Call of the Last Frontier,” about her 20 years teaching in rural Alaska
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Small Town In Alaska That Is Home To Countless Breathtaking Waterfalls
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Take This Easy Trail To An Amazing Series of Waterfalls In Alaska
No damage to the Park by these vehicles?
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The One Of A Kind Adventure Tour That Takes You Deep Into Denali National Park
DIY Alaskan lifestyle: Dipnetting Alaska’s Copper River Red Salmon | 2022 Meat Run |

Simple Living Alaska: A Rough Week with a Sweet Ending | Summer Days at the Cabin

Alaska News July 24, 2022

KTUU: Man charged for planting hidden camera in gym bathroom and more ->

KTOO: Skagway’s busiest cruise ship dock at risk of catastrophic rockslide, study says and more ->
Alaska Native News: Gwich’in Nation reaffirms resolution calling for permanent protections for sacred lands in the Arctic Refuge; This Day in Alaska History-July 24th, 1897 and more ->
KINY: Alaska State Troopers warn of youth cyber-crime trend; Ted Stevens Day and more ->


Sorry about the paywall
ADN: “Extreme North: A Cultural History” By Bernd Brunner (translated from the German by Jefferson Chase). W. W. Norton, 2022. 246 pages. $27.95.


Alaska News July 23, 2022

KTUU: City hopes to have Sullivan Arena open for fall hockey season; Southcentral farmers battle inflation, hay shortages Vegetable farms in the Mat-Su are bountiful, but meat farmers on the Kenai are struggling to feed their animals; Restoration project brings wood bison back to Alaska and more ->


KTOO: Alaska Supreme Court tosses sentence for drunk driver who killed 2 teenaged girls in 2013 and more ->
KYUK: ‘Different people, same fight.’ Nome residents advocate for Bering Sea fishery managers to reduce salmon bycatch, add tribal seats and more ->


Alaska Native News: John Moses Indicted for Sexual Assault, Attempted Sexual Assault, and Burglary; This Day in Alaska History-July 23rd, 1907 and more ->
Fairbanks news Webcenter 11: Walter Harper statue unveiled at Doyon Limited; 2nd Annual Kids Literacy Farmers Market draws Fairbanks youth for games and activities; Savoonga Native competes in American Ninja Warrior Season 14 Second Alaskan to be featured this season and more ->


KRBD: Evidence of invasive green crabs found near Metlakatla, the first confirmed sighting in Alaska and more ->

The Runner’s Plate: Skinny Raven Half 2022 – Race Recap
The Runner’s Plate: 15 Years in Alaska

Information about how Alaska Women Rock