Alaska News May 07, 2022

Craig Medred: Alaska kills

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Alaska’s first Tesla Supercharger station opens in Soldotna; Mayor Bronson vetoes funding for homeless housing assistance, citing need for bid process The move comes as a deadline looms for the city to exit mass care at the Sullivan Arena and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Juneau advocates renew call to protect Indigenous people from violence: ‘We will look after each other’ and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Winter House nears fundraising goal to build housing for people experiencing chronic homelessness and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day In Alaska History May 7th, 1906 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Friday homicide shooting in downtown Fairbanks and more ->
KINY: Adair, Dull to be honored by JPD during National Police Week; Kootznoowoo Inc. receives ecotourism grant from USFS and more ->
KSTK: Crew sets sail from Wrangell in search of century-old cannery shipwreck and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan advocates call for local, state and federal action to address opioid crisis and more ->
By Ned Rozell For The Cordova Times: Alaska’s water crop is a natural resource

Edible Alaska
#29: Join us on the Homer Spit…

Hey there,

What are you up to Wednesday, May 25? Whether you live in Homer already or want to kick off summer with a road trip, we hope you’ll join us at La Baleine Café on the Homer Spit. When our first-ever retreat sold out in under 48 hours, we brainstormed with chefs Mandy Dixon and Kirsten Dixon about how to gather more of you together that week to celebrate great food and good food writing as well as the launch of the Summer issue of Edible Alaska, themed “Homegrown.” Full details below. This is a ticketed event and space is limited, so grab your tickets before they’re gone!

We’re so eager to gather, share a drink, and celebrate Alaska food. We hope you’ll join us.

Thanks for reading, happy eating, happy adventuring,

Amy & Jeremy