Alaska News March 12, 2022

The Arctic Sounder: Remembering Dave Covey: A man of benevolence, bikes and technical wizardry; OPINION: Act against domestic violence a crucial step; OPINION: Ending domestic violence starts with men holding each other accountable and more ->
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Earthquake shakes Southcentral Alaska Saturday morning; Escaped Iditarod sled dog found in Anchorage; A shared commercial kitchen in Spenard is helping food businesses get off the ground and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: KTOO says goodbye to Rashah McChesney and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day In History March 12th, 1914 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: St. Baldrick’s Saturday fundraisers for children’s cancer research; Fairbanks to expect federal funding for Polaris Building demolition; Gov. Dunleavy joins calls to suspend the motor fuel tax until July 2023 and more ->
KINY: North Pole man shot dead, suspect thought pistol was empty; Suspected drunk driver arrested after evading Troopers in Ketchikan; Body found near Sunny Drive pull out; JPD seeking fugitive from justice; Mississippi shipyard ceremony marks keel for USS Ted Stevens and more ->
KFSK: $8 million in omnibus bill goes to a new Petersburg hospital and more ->
HEY Alaska! We need your help! ?
We are refurbishing a cabin at Eagle River Campground, and seeking input for the naming of the cabin. It is the preference of ASP to have the cabin and accompanying signage to be named and themed in both common (Western) and Dena’Ina language.
For example, if the project is to be bird themed and the cabin is named Bald Eagle, the accompanying Dena’Ina name would be “Dalika”.
We want your opinion for themes and names for the cabin. There is a possibility for future projects in this area, and the names would follow the same theme.
Please let us know in the comments what your favorite themes and names are for this wonderful project in one of the most accessible areas of the Chugach State Park.