Alaska News July 11, 2024

Margaret Mason-Bouterse Obituary
KTUU: APD officer fired weapon in 2 of 5 recent officer-involved shootings; Police body cam legislation to be introduced by Anchorage Assembly leaders; Former Anchorage pastor banned from Alaska Airlines after allegedly hitting wife on flight and more ->
Dave Allgood News: Trash Walking! The latest craze to stay in shape and beautify your neighborhood!

KTOO: CDC’s new rules for dogs entering the US will have unique impacts in Alaska and more ->


Alaska Native News: The detection of a massive harmful algal bloom in the Arctic prompts real-time advisories to western Alaskan communities; This Day in Alaskan History-July 11th, 1921 and more ->


Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: 2023 Fairbanks fentanyl arrest culminates in guilty plea and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Indigenous pageants bring a sense of community and pride and more ->


KINY: US Coast Guard patrol spots Chinese naval ships off Alaska island; Bear baiting again banned in national preserves in Alaska and more ->

KSTK: Wrangell’s tax extension deadline approaches next week and more ->

KFSK: Hutli Pole welcomed at Sandy Beach Park and more ->

KUCB: Historian shares how Unalaska is uniquely tied to the Alaska state flag design; Officials select GCI as City of Unalaska’s internet provider and more ->

By Samantha Phillips, Travel Alaska: Alaska Native Artist Spotlight: AukaDee Nayokpuk (Iñupiaq)


Alaska News July 09-10, 2024

KTUU: Army mechanic indicted for second-degree murder of his newborn; When should an officer shoot? Expert weighs in after 5th Anchorage police shooting in 2 months; Albertsons lists 18 Alaska Carrs Safeway stores planned for divestiture in proposed merger with Kroger; Anchorage Daily News will print just twice a week, owner says and more ->

KTOO: Tongass Voices: Lovely Colours on playing for their hometown and more ->


Alaska Native News: UAF invites people to take a wildfire walk; This Day in Alaskan History-July 9th, 1958; This Day in Alaskan History-July 10th, 1899 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks woman pleads guilty to murdering her infant daughters; Trooper shoots, kills man charging with harpoon; Washington State family sentenced for violating Indian Arts and Crafts Act and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Six Arctic communities celebrated successful whaling season in June and more ->

KINY: Council finds Alaska federal judge committed misconduct with relationship, hostile workplace, lies; Denali National Park Reopens After Wildfire Closure and more ->


KSTK: Housing developer blames local paper for withdrawing from Wrangell’s “old hospital” sale and more ->

KFSK: First Sandy Beach restroom opens for year-round use and more ->

KUCB: Dutch Harbor Coast Guard station upgrades to Marine Safety Unit, welcomes new crew and more ->

Delta Wind: Docents keep Sullivan Roadhouse’s doors open and more ->


KMXT: City of Kodiak promises land for housing program as funding and potential homes in limbo; Alaska’s seafood marketing group gets millions from feds after losing out on state funds and more ->

Craig Medred: Trust us

Common Ground Alaska: {Food for Thought} ???? Bird Flu from Raw Milk? (CORRECTED)

By Jean Carmela Lim, Aerotime Hub: Pastor facing federal charge for allegedly assaulting wife over seat upgrade

Alaska Native Cultural Cuisine: Almost a Secret! About the Author: Mary Goddard

By Natasha Kayes, Only In Your State Alaska: 18 Best Hikes in Alaska: The Top-Rated Hiking Trails to Visit in 2024

Simple Living Alaska: Summer Northern Pike Fishing & River Boating in Alaska


Alaska News July 06-08, 2024

KTUU: Crewmember on Bristol Bay fishing vessel dies following net entanglement; Crewmember on Bristol Bay fishing vessel dies following net entanglement; Man who charged officers with harpoon shot, killed by state troopers, authorities say; APD Chief: Man badly hurt in officer-involved shooting after he fired ‘at least’ one shot at police and more ->
KTOO: Metlakatla seiner sinks near Canoe Cove and more ->
KYUK: State issues arrest warrant 6 months after alleged university sex assault in Bethel; Meet James Harris, Bethel’s new police chief and public safety director and more ->

Alaska Native News: Mystery of the glass tool kit in the sand; This Day in Alaskan History-July 7th, 1958; This Day in Alaskan History-July 8th, 1937 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Missing in the North: Shanna Oman; Denali National Park and Preserve set to reopen on Wednesday; Gardening Tips: Planting trees and shrubs effectively and more ->

KINY: An Alaska tourist spot will vote whether to ban cruise ships on Saturdays to give locals a break and more ->


KFSK: Author and educator visits Peterburg to talk about community building and more ->

KRBD: As a mining project moves ahead, US tribes say British Columbia is denying their human rights and more ->
KUCB: City of Unalaska greenlights fishermen’s memorial site overlooking Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor and more ->

Delta Wind: Summer learning in full swing at library and more ->

By Craig Medred: Big homeless ruling
By Craig Medred: Bad business
Craig Medred: Negative profits



Abbot Loop Community council is having a Summer Park Meet Up!

Please join us, Thursday, July 25th at Atkins Park!

Lake Otis & 84th, behind Alaska Native Cultural Charter School

Abbott Loop Community Council is gathering for an informal meeting at Atkins Park on Thursday, July 25th from 5-7 pm. This park is located behind the Alaska Native Cultural Charter School (ANCCS) on Lake Otis and 84th. Adkins Park is a dedicated park in the MOA containing 3.12 acres of land bordering a section of the South Fork of Little Campbell Creek between the school, Atkins Place and 85th Street.

ANCCS is putting in great effort to create a forest garden and orchard to include native plants and art which will create spaces for learning and enrichment both for the school and the community. ALCC invites you to join us to do some weed pulling, share some snacks, and visit with our neighbors.

We hope you can join us! Bring some gloves and a snack to share! We will have bug spray and water bottles! Look for the ALCC table near the back of the playground area. Probably best to park at the school and walk around towards the playground area- the gate at the side entrance of the school (bus lane) may be locked for summer and the neighborhood streets are narrow.

Learn more ->


Alaska News July 04, 2024

KTUU: Live blog: Hundreds of women start Mount Marathon; The do’s and don’ts around Anchorage’s open fire ban and more ->

KTOO: Seward man accused of threatening to ‘bomb and shoot’ Dunleavy’s office and more ->


KYUK: A Palmer mom lost $3K to scammers. She wants to help you avoid falling for the scheme and more ->


Alaksa Native News: Kodiak event brings together scientists and community; This Day in Alaskan History-July 4th, 1884 and more ->


Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: McDonald Fire to expect wet weather this Independence Day and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: ‘When the opportunity comes, you strike’: Iñupiaq language teacher featured in popular Netflix show and more ->

KSTK: Wrangellites express opposition to proposed police cut and more ->


KUCB: Unalaska fire department responds to fire at elementary school and more ->

Delta Wind: Changes come to Unit 20D hunting regulations and more ->

KMXT: Kodiak nonprofit raising funds to add another cabin at Pasagshak recreation site and more ->


Alaska News July 02-03, 2024

KTUU: Fatal fire burns cabin on same property where Mat-Su wildfire originated; 3 bears killed by park rangers in Eklutna campground; Arctic Thunder Open House returns to JBER this month and more ->

KTOO: Douglas’ Little Mermaid Beauty Salon closes after six decades; Residents are moving into the Glory Hall’s new downtown affordable housing project and more ->

KYUK: Watch: In Napaskiak, three generations of teachers uplift Yup’ik language and culture in the classroom and more ->


Alaska Native News: Some progress for protecting animals on Alaska’s national preserves—but not nearly enough; Research collaboration helps Kodiak subsistence harvesters; This Day in Alaskan History-July 2nd, 1915; This Day in Alaska History-July 3rd, 1913 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Missing in the North: Cynthia Jo St. John


KSTK: Wrangellites express opposition to proposed police cut and more ->


KFSK: What to expect from this year’s 4th of July celebration and more ->

Delta Wind: BLM staff coming here for subsistence hunting permits and more ->
KMXT: Kodiak city and borough agree to continue sharing animal control costs on road system and more ->


By Emily Ford, Minnesota Women’s Press: Minnesotan Emily Ford Aims to Be Second Black Woman to Finish Iditarod

By Miquel Ros, AerotimeHub: New Pacific Airlines/Ravn Alaska CEO departs after disagreement with owners
By Alexander Dolitsky, Alaska Watchman: OPINION: The beginnings of Alaska-Soviet relations happened in a Sitka living room


Frontiersman: Matanuska River swells, eroding section of Glenn Highway near Sutton and more ->


Alaska News July 01, 2024

KTUU: 24 mushers sign up for Iditarod 2025 on opening day and more ->


KTOO: Denali National Park bars visitors as wildfire burns near entrance and more ->


Alaska Native News: FNA and Tanana Chiefs Conference joint statement on recent public racism; This Day in Alaskan History-July 1st, 1935 and more ->

KINY: Federal agency plans to prohibit bear baiting in national preserves in Alaska and more ->


Alaska News June 25-30, 2024

KTUU: Anchorage’s Solid Waste Services new pilot program aims to keep plastics and organics out of the landfill and more ->
KTOO: Juneau man’s 70-year-old photos could help preserve cultural knowledge for King Island Inupiat community; Garden Talk: What exactly is a master gardener? And how do I become one? And more ->
KYUK: State works to address remnants of chemical spill at National Guard facility in Bethel and more ->
Alaska Native News: The Alaska Federation of Natives Names New President; Signs of ancient man’s best friend on hilltop?; This Day In Alaska History June 25th, 1921; This Day in Alaskan History-June 26th, 1940; This Day in Alaskan History-June 27th, 1940; This Day in Alaskan History-June 28th, 1922; This Day in Alaskan History-June 30th, 1958 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: River Report: How do fires impact our waterways and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historial Society: Book signing by “Fox Island Stories” author Susan D. Roebuck on Saturday, July 6 at the Seward Community Library & Museum. The book is available for purchase in the Seward Museum gift shop. And more ->


KMXT: Coast Guard Base Kodiak reduces Child Development Center services and more ->
Good news!
By 2024deceptionpup: Zero fire growth on Deception Pup and Flasco Fires; Update 6/29/2024

By BLM Alaska Fire Service on June 30, 2024: Smokejumpers, aircraft responding to fire in Denali National Park
By Alaska Division of Forestry & Fire Protection: Division of Forestry and Fire Protection Continue to Respond to Multiple New Initial Attack Fires
Eureka Alert: June research news from the Ecological Society of America

Delta Discovery: Bethel’s Alaska Run for Women; Ambulance committee hears statistics; Local teen publishes novel treating readers to sensory delight of magic, fantasy and more ->


By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: If Pasta Is Your Love Language, You’ll Be In Heaven At In Bocca Al Lupo In Alaska
By Megan McDonald ,Only In Your State Alaska: On Your Way To The Beach, Enjoy A Meal At This Hidden Gem In Alaska

The Alaska Frontier: The Ultimate Guide To McNeil River State Game Sanctuary

Common Ground Alaska: Announcements – FUN STUFF coming up!
Craig Medred: It begins

Simple Living Alaska: Powering Our Off-Grid Property | DIY Solar Install Sol-Ark + HomeGrid Batteries

Alaska News June 24, 2024

KTUU: 2 charged with murder following weekend shooting at homeless encampment; Police chief designee asked about transparency, accountability and change within APD and more ->

KTOO: Alaska foster families get another year of fully funded child care; A Chilkat robe returns to Southeast Alaska, but SHI needs help identifying it and more ->

Alaska Native News: Insects of Alaska forest humming along; Health, food preservation workshops planned for Southeast Alaska and more ->
KINY: Join Docks & Harbors June 24 for Aurora Harbor ribbon-cutting and customer appreciation cook-out and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historical Society
Book signing by “Fox Island Stories” author Susan D. Roebuck on Saturday, July 6 at the Seward Community Library & Museum. Her book is described as an illustrated memoir of the good life at a wilderness lodge on Fox Island. The book is set in the 1980s. The book is available for purchase in the Seward Museum gift shop.


KRBD: Racers show you’re never too old, or too young, to pedal a sailboat to Alaska; Federal Emergency Management Agency visited the Wrangell Cooperative Association last month to encourage continuing relationship post landslide; Petersburg’s Water Department asks customers to help inventory household lines for national survey and more ->


KUCB: Western Aleutian schools see healthiest budget in years, says superintendent; Beach reads and cozy movies galore: Unalaska’s library has something for everyone this summer and more ->

Delta Wind: Fire department set to hold annual meeting and more ->

KMXT: Application open for those affected by 2019 & 2020 crab fisheries disasters in Alaska and more ->

By Marisa Roma, Only In Your State Alaska: Alaska Urban Legends, Myths & Folklore: Not Your Average Bucket List Season 2

By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Hidden Inside A Neighborhood Market, This Old-School Deli Makes The Best Sandwiches In Alaska

Laura Calugan and Anita McCraven’s Newly Released “AKA Scruffy and Fluffy Adventures – Sand Point, Alaska” is a Whimsical Journey Through the Wonders of Nature

“AKA Scruffy and Fluffy Adventures – Sand Point, Alaska” from Christian Faith Publishing authors Laura Calugan and Anita McCraven is a delightful tale of adventure and discovery set in the breathtaking landscapes of Alaska. Through the escapades of Scruffy, Fluffy, and their cousin, readers are transported to a world of excitement, learning, and gratitude for the beauty of the natural world.

Calugan and McCraven share, “The Fantastic Adventures of Robert and Darlene A.K.A. Scruffy And Fluffy—Homer, Alaska starts in Homer, where they stayed with their uncle Doug and aunt Liz and their cousins Debbie, Don, and Sally. This time, they ventured to Sand Point, Alaska, to stay with their uncle Dave, cousin Tommy, and new friends.

Learn more ->


Anchorage Public Restroom Project
We want to hear from you!

The Municipality of Anchorage wants to learn more about where and what type of public restrooms are needed for residents, park users, and visitors. Our mental well-being is enhanced when we’re out with families and friends and know there’s a place “to go.” Let us know what you think!

1. Take the survey!
Tell us, what do you want in a
public restroom?

2. Use the interactive map.
Provide suggested locations where
public restrooms are needed around
Anchorage, Eagle River, and Girdwood.

Alaska News June 22-23, 2024

KTUU: Cynthia Hoffman’s father Timothy honored by fellow riders in funeral procession; Man killed in collision on Kenai Spur Highway; 1 dead following shooting at East 40th and Fairbanks Street and more ->
It’s Allgood News: Dallas Seavey talks summertime for an Iditarod champ who is always planning the next race.; Freemasons cemetery cleaning. Aurora 15 Chapter shows respect for those that came before them.; It’s ‘Allgood’ on Flattop Mountain! Dave & friends talk summer solstice
KTOO: The director of Juneau’s Glory Hall homeless shelter is stepping down after 15 years; Garden Talk: The solstice marks an important milestone in the growing season and more ->

KYUK: Federal case challenging Donlin mine’s environmental impact statement heads to court and more ->

Alaska Native News: Travis Felder Convicted by a Jury of Sexual Assault in the First Degree and Assault in the Second Degree after Retrial; Joshua Rukovishnikoff, Sr. Sentenced to 9 Years for Saint Paul Manslaughter; Making an impact in Alaska with the GCI Suicide Prevention Fund; This Day in Alaskan History-June 22nd, 1865; This Day in Alaskan History-June 23rd, 1888 and more ->


By Jeff Lowenfels, Jonathan White, ‘Teaming With Microbes’ podcast: The hidden power of dandelions Jonathan is bummed out that the dandelions are turning white.

Fairbnaks News Webcenter 11: World War II letters find unlikely route home to Interior Alaska; Missing in the North: John William McClellan and more ->
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) – Interior Alaskan Sharon Marks Haney Wright couldn’t have predicted that part of her family history would intertwine with a Dutch author’s online shopping.

Your Alaska Link: AROUND ALASKA: Women Veterans, Salmon Restrictions, and Summer Solstice!
The 2nd annual Women Veteran’s Conference is set for this weekend in Wasilla. The event aims to inspire, educate, and empower women who have served in our military. Female veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces are expected to be on hand Saturday for the big event at Settler’s Bay Lodge in Wasilla.


Delta Wind: Morton hands over Heart Fur Animals and more ->


KMXT: State Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to weigh in on Kodiak’s restaurant licenses and more ->
Associated Press, Spectrum: Alaska serial killer who admitted to killing five people has died in an Indiana prison
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska serial killer who admitted that he killed five people, including one when he was only 14, has died in an Indiana prison, officials said.

Joshua Wade, 44, was found unresponsive in his cell June 14, Brandi Pahl, a spokesperson for the Indiana Department of Correction, said in an email Friday.

“Despite life-saving measures being performed, he was pronounced dead,” she said.

An autopsy was to be performed after Wade died at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City, Indiana, to determine the cause of death. An email sent to the La Porte County, Indiana, coroner was not immediately returned Friday.

Wade was convicted of state and federal crimes in 2010. He was serving his term at Spring Creek Correctional Center, a maximum-security prison in Seward, Alaska. Four years later, he struck a deal to be moved to a federal prison in Indiana in exchange for admitting to additional killings.

Learn more ->

Alaska Prepper: WARNING! – Something I Recommended Caused Houses To Catch On Fire! – TAKE ACTION NOW!

Alone in Remote Alaska: Preparing for the Arctic Blast in a Remote Alaska Cabin as Seen Through a Dog’s Eyes


Information about how Alaska Women Rock