Alaska News August 26, 27 & 28, 2022

KTUU: Troopers say body of missing kayaker has been found; Floatplane pilot describes close encounter with boat in Halibut Cove; Troopers, Coast Guard investigating encounter between boat, float plane in Halibut Cove; Anchorage daycare workers fired, accused of hitting kids, using derogatory names and sleeping on the job Daycare issued warning notice, staff previously cited for lack of training and more ->
KTOO: Former Juneau hospital administrator charged with felony theft for alleged fraudulent travel claims and online purchases; Palmer man convicted of murder in drug robberies won’t face death penalty after all and more ->
Alaska Native News: Driver Suffers Fatal Injuries after Exiting Vehicle at Seward Highway Pullout; Troopers take REDDI Driver into Custody Following Chase and Standoff on Kenai Spur Friday; Adopt a woolly mammoth and win!; This Day In Alaska Histor August 26th, 1958, This Day in Alaska History-August 27th, 1915, This Day in Alaska History-August 28th, 1903 and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Alaska Native linguists create digital Inupiaq dictionary and more ->
KIY: The Douglas-Dornan Foundation Fund awards $28,646 in grants to 13 non-profits and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan City Council candidate violated restraining order after ‘controlling and manipulative’ relationship with 18-year-old and more ->


Note: there are some questions about how factual this is (see comments to the article), but it is a great read nonetheless.
By Mike Gordon, Anchorage Press: The Hired Gun

Craig Medred: Battle dress

Simple Living Alaska: Hooking Fish at the Homer Spit | Fresh Seafood Catch & Cook