KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Musher and truck collide near Willow leaving 1 sled dog dead, 3 injured; Mirror Lake exit on Glenn Highway will remain closed until spring; Limited hours of operation create struggles for Anchorage businesses and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Local whale experts aim to educate guides and visitors with catalog of Juneau’s most-sighted humpbacks; Private catamarans will provide ferry service between Juneau and the upper Lynn Canal this month and more ->
Alaska Native News: Hardy legal team asks court to take action against Nome for withholding critical records; Arctic Guardians support response to Yakutat local disaster; Amid Rocky COVID-19 Rapid Test Rollout, Rep. Young Presses the Administration for Answers for Concerned Alaskans; This Day In Alaska History January 20th, 1913 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska Supreme Court upholds ranked-choice voting system and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: North Slope officials oppose reversal of National Petroleum Reserve plan and more ->
KINY: Juneau police continues efforts to recruit officers; Murder suspect subject of search by Fairbanks Police and more ->
By Indianz.com: Trial opens into long-unsolved case of Alaska Native woman
By Hallie Golden in Seattle, The Guardian: ‘This alert is her scream’: new system would help locate missing Indigenous women:
By Eric Bork, Alaska Public Media: The 50th Anniversary of the Hillside ski trails in Anchorage
The Anchorage Hillside Ski Trail System is 50 years old this year! The first five-kilometer ski loop was cut by Service High School families and coaches in 1971. Over time, the trail system has gradually expanded to its current 24 kilometers, many of them lighted for night skiing. The ski trails at Hillside are used by hundreds, and sometimes thousands of people each day, for exercise, recreation, and sometimes racing, and the trail system’s impact on the local community is difficult to overstate.
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By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: 12 Bucket List Worthy Restaurants To Try In Alaska, One For Each Month Of The Year
Anchorage Public Library- Loussac
Just a quick reminder, the mystery book club will be meeting Thursday January 27 2-3:30. For those wishing to join remotely please use the link below. Hope to see you there.