Alaska News March 28-31, April 01, 2024

KTUU: Wrangell tribe makes history as 1st in Alaska to receive FEMA declaration following deadly landslide; Onboard flooding grounds Anchorage-bound flight and more ->
KTOO: LISTEN: The Buddy Tabor Project works to preserve Juneau musician’s legacy; Alaskapox no more: Newly discovered disease and virus is to be called ‘borealpox’ and more ->
KYUK: Kotlik teen faces charges, including ‘terroristic threatening,’ after shooting home, killing 2 dogs and more ->
Alaska Native News: USACE, City of Unalaska partner on navigation improvements; This Day in Alaskan History-March 28th, 1898; This Day in Alaskan History-March 29th, 1867; This Day in Alaskan History-March 30th, 1867; This Day in Alaskan History-March 31st, 1915; This Day in Alaskan History-April 1st, 1869 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Judge nixes rape trial after exculpatory evidence mishap; Taser threats to public indecency: MACS Transit employees point to security gaps in borough bus services and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Barrow girls basketball team takes second at state and honors late coach with strong game and more ->
KINY: The Douglas-Dornan Foundation fund’s 2024 grant application period is open; Volunteers uncover fate of thousands of Lost Alaskans sent to Oregon mental hospital a century ago and more ->
KSTK: An audio postcard for Women’s History Month and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historical Society: Upcoming Activities

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. The event is open to the public.
Windows of History

Seward’s Silver Screen, the latest Windows of History display in the Library & Museum atrium, takes a look at Seward’s cinematic history, starting with Seward’s Casino Theater in 1914 and continuing through to the Liberty Theatre.
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KFSK: Petersburg’s Medical Center & Volunteer Fire Department organize wilderness first aid training and more ->
KUCB: Alaska historian hopes to change offensive name of creek on remote Aleutian island; Veteran fisheries specialist uses Dutch Harbor as backdrop for debut novel and more ->
Delta Wind: Kaspari honored with regional conservation award
KMXT: Thousands of stranded herring expected to be left in the water during Kodiak’s sac roe fishery, fishers call for change and more ->
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