Alaska News April 28, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: ‘It was so dynamic’: Tripod falls Monday in Nenana Ice Classic; Alaska’s US lawmakers discuss benefits for seasonal workers impacted by COVID-19; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Carlyn Nichols and more ->
KTUU: Land may change hands, but city says Tour of Anchorage trail will remain; Storybooks, radio connect kids isolated in far-flung Alaska and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Federal judge temporarily blocks aid to Alaska Native corporations; Scientists are struggling to understand COVID-19. As Alaska ramps up testing, what will they find out?; Ketchikan’s distance learning program was ready to scale up. So why did the state go with Florida’s?; Fred Meyer is now accepting SNAP benefits for curbside pickup and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Potential Changes To Emergency Cab Rules; Ice Begins Moving At Crooked Creek, Sleetmute and more ->
Alaska Native News: Online application for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) now available; Community of Shaktoolik awarded Iditarod 2020 Golden Clipboard Award; AMHS Summer Schedule Updated and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Interior Alaska firefighters hold a special parade for a special person; Tanana Valley Famers Market to open this summer as an essential business; Fort Wainwright soldiers adapt during pandemic, changes to training and physical exercise and more ->
Craig Medred: Banning books
By Lisa Demer, Rasmuson Foundation: Tlingit master carver Price is 2020 Distinguished Artist
If you would like to join our virtual celebration of Price, it is scheduled for 11 a.m. this Wednesday, April 29. Just click this link a few minutes early and the virtual door will open at 11:

Or telephone: 669.900.6833 (West Coast); 646.558.8656 (East Coast); 877.853.5257 (Toll Free)

If prompted, here is the webinar ID: 990 3304 6161

International phone numbers available:


By Casea Peterson, Only In Your State: The Ultimate Alaska Waterfalls Road Trip Is Here – And You’ll Want To Do It