Alaska News February 27 & 28, 2023

KTUU: Dog truck mishap on Seward Highway leaves 1 dog missing; Department of Education and Early Development appoints new commissioner and more ->

KTOO: On its own: How local organizations piece together search and rescue operations along Alaska’s Arctic coastline and more ->


Alaska Native News: Captain Michael Healy-African-American Legend in Alaska’s History; This Day in Alaska History-February 27rd, 1923; This Day in Alaska History-February 28th, 1967 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Ribbon cutting ceremony held at the new veterans clinic in Fairbanks and more ->


KINY: Rapes and aggravated assaults push Alaska’s violent-crime rates up; property-crime rates fall and more ->

KSTK: Wrangell Assembly preview: SE wolves, building permits & more ->


Resurrection Bay Historical Society: Frank Baker will be featured presenter of the “Thursdays: Our History” program starting at 7 pm March 16 in the Library & Museum community room. He will share childhood memories of growing up in Seward in the 1940s-50s. And more ->
KFSK: PMC long term care unit experiencing “largest COVID-19 oubreak” to date and more ->


KRBD: Craig’s Millie Schoonover takes over as Alaska Native Sisterhood’s new grand president emeritus and more ->

Craig Medred: Ever faster

By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Some Of The Most Mouthwatering BBQ In Alaska Is Served At This Unassuming Local Gem

If you’re looking for mouthwatering BBQ in Alaska, head straight to Roscoe’s Catfish and Barbecue in Anchorage. This small hidden gem is a favorite with locals and it’s easy to see why. Every item on the menu stuns and the barbecue is out of this world!
Roscoe’s Catfish and Barbecue is a popular restaurant in downtown Anchorage, Alaska, that serves up delicious Southern-style comfort food.