Alaska News March 23-24, 2024

KTUU: ‘Napalm Girl’ Kim Phuc Phan Thi shares story of hope with Alaskans; Air Force honors fallen JBER service member with flyover; Looking back: 35 years after the Exxon Valdez ran aground in Prince William Sound; Becca’s Closet connects Alaska teens with the perfect free prom dress and more ->


KTOO: New development center will connect Alaska businesses with AI tools and more ->

KYUK: The ‘Heart of the Drums’ still beats strong at the Cama-i Dance Festival in Bethel and more ->


Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaskan History-March 22nd, 2020; This Day in Alaskan History-March 23rd, 1933 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man arrested; drugs, weapons, cash confiscated; Military Report: 11th Airborne Divisions sends soldiers to Norway for “Arctic Shock”; Zoning practices versus medium-density housing: A showdown 80 years in the making and more ->

KINY: With handwritten amendment, Alaska House votes to raise state’s age of consent; Alaska House votes to give police warrantless emergency access to cellphone location data and more ->

KUCB: Unalaska to pursue geothermal energy, leaving Chena Power out of the equation and more ->


By Theresa Bird, Alaska Watchman: Authentic Alaskan Women (Part 1): Quiet Yup’ik mother rocks the cradle, inspires the world
Daily Sitka Sentinel: House Votes for Easier Birth Control Access


JD Supra: A New Solicitor Opinion Revisits Tribal Jurisdiction Over Alaska Native Allotments

Resurrection Bay Historical Society
Upcoming Activities

Mark the 60th anniversary of the Great Alaska Earthquake with an open mic discussion n the community room of the Seward Library & Museum at 7:30 pm Wednesday, March 27 in t he community room of the Seward Library & Museum. People can share their memories and view a slideshow of the artwork created in 1964 by Seward school students.

The next Thursdays: Our History program will feature Sue McClure, RBHS president, reminiscing about her Favorite Seward Oldtimers. The program will start at 7 pm April 18 at the Seward Community Library & Museum.

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