Alaska News April 02-03, 2024

Delta Wind: Jeanette Brasier 1946-2024

KTUU: Anchorage police locate alleged kidnapping victim, find no cause to press charges and more ->

KTOO: State grants will fund two maritime history projects in Bristol Bay and more ->

KYUK: National Guard personnel jumped from a search and rescue aircraft to deliver blood to a Kotlik woman and more ->

Alaska Native News: Latimer Found Guilty of Distribution of Fentanyl and Meth Charges in Largest Drug Stash Seized by Homer Police; April museum programs explore travel; Boreal owls perform by daylight; This Day in Alaskan History-April 2nd, 1967; This Day in Alaskan History-April 3rd, 1898 and more ->


Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska, Canada finalize salmon treaty addition and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: After decades of dormancy, skin boat-making returns to Wainwright and more ->
KINY: Judean Gordon Promoted to Customer Care Manager and more ->


KSTK: Wrangellites receive an automatic tax extension this year and more ->

KFSK: Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association awarded funding for decarbonization and more ->

KRBD: Ketchikan City Council narrowly votes to extend homeless shelter lease into summer; “One Poem a Day” Schedule and Poems and more ->

KUCB: NOAA responds to entangled whale in Unalaska’s Iliuliuk Bay and more ->

KMXT: St. Paul Harbor boat launch ramp to be fully renovated with funds from Dept. of Fish & Game and City of Kodiak and more ->
By Theresa Bird, Alaska Watchman: Authentic Alaskan Women (Part 3): Leading midwife places God, husband & 14 kids above unique career

By Theresa Bird, Alaska Watchman: Authentic Alaskan Women (Part 2): Alaska’s 1st female pilot was also a pro-life champion

The Nome Static, Transmission 722: April 2024


KYUK: Kassiglurmiut Yurartait: Building community through yuraq