Alaska News March 11-15, 2024

KTUU: Spotlight on sustainability shines on quiet, coastal Alaska town; Beloved Amur tiger dies after 16 years at Alaska Zoo and more ->


Dave Allogood’s News, KTUU: A white raven and a Yeti walk into a coffee shop: How a rare bird is helping injured birds
Dave Allgood’s News, KTUU: He calls himself ‘Handicap Bob’ — what they call him is a community treasure
KTOO: Why the U.S. still has no Arctic ambassador, a year after this Alaskan was nominated for the job; Juneau Animal Rescue is rehoming a menagerie of fuzzy, scaly pets and more ->

KYUK: For the first time, 4 women mushers have finished in the Iditarod’s Top 10 and more ->
Alaska Native News: 176th Wing Communication Flight Continues Tradition, Becomes Communication Squadron; Governor Dunleavy Announces Three New Superior Court Judges; Alaska dinosaur tracks reveal a lush, wet environment; This Day in Alaska History-March 11th, 1942; This Day in Alaskan History-March 12th, 1914; This Day in Alaskan History-March 13th, 1918; This Day in Alaskan History-March 14th, 1917; This Day in Alaskan History-March 15th, 1916 and more ->


Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: K9 assists with trooper arrest; TCC board puts through package of resolutions and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Kotzebue residents file lawsuit against Vitus over cold-weather fuel issues; An 11-grader wins over experienced mushers in the Taaqpak 120 race and more ->
KSTK: Rural veterinarian care isn’t always available in emergencies. One Wrangell resident is trying to change that for end of life assistance and more ->

KFSK: Scow Bay haulout project slated to receive over $4 million in DOT funding and more ->
KUCB: Unalaska City Council greenlights compensation and title updates for unrepresented city employees and more ->
Delta Wind: DCC hears requests for funding and more ->


KMXT: Potential legislative seafood industry task force gets support from Kodiak Island Borough Mayor, OBI Seafoods, and others and more ->
South Anchorage Farmer’s Market: WINTER Market at BELLS Nursery March 16, 2024 HOURS: 10am-3pm
Check out the marvelous things at the Bells Nursery Gift shop, like these gorgeous Butterlies!
Seedlings are already blooming and growing bigger every day at the Nursery
Find unique Alaskan products at Bells Nursery: So glad to be back!
Microgreens, Jams, Pickles, Bakeries, Jewelry, Soap, Cosmetics and Alaskan Arts & Crafts : all made in Alaska by Alaskans