Alaska News November 03-04, 2023

KTUU: 2 dead, 5 taken to hospital after fire in Northeast Anchorage; Police charge individual after reports of violent threats made toward Downtown Anchorage establishment; Family, friends, Anchorage community gather to remember life of Josiah Goecker and more ->

KTOO: After being uninhabited for years, downtown Juneau’s Elks Hall building is being demolished; City seeks public testimony on flood mitigation along Mendenhall River; Tlingit and Haida opens Washington state office; Mga Kuwento, Ep. 5: Reconnecting with culture in Juneau’s Filipino community and more ->

KYUK: Missing Person: Bethel Police Department is looking for 20-year-old Michael Isaac; Alaska Legal Services Corporation is bringing free legal training to rural Alaska residents and more ->
Alaska Native News: Bret Herrick Sentenced for Attempted Murder of State Trooper; New Film Explores Alutiiq/Sugpiaq Identity—November 1, 2023; HAARP artificial airglow may be widely visible in Alaska; This Day in Alaska History-November 3rd, 1913; This Day in Alaska History-November 4th, 1884 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Emergency Call Center still faces low staffing levels; Security report shows increase in sex assaults and decrease in alcohol incidents at UAF and more ->
KINY: Arrest made after hit-and-run that left pedestrian critically injured; Kenai jury found Kelly David Crane guilty of 4 felony sexual offenses; Kodiak fisherman convicted of assault in the first degree and cocaine possession; Alaska doctor wheels hope to survivors of traumatic brain injury in his ‘Brain Bus’ and more ->

The Seward Journal November 01 to November 07, 2023
KFSK: Mental Health’s Trust Land Office to sell dozens of waterfront lots on Mitkof Island and more ->

KRBD: New questions arise for city’s port vendor program and more ->
KUCB: Volcanic ash clouds disrupt medical air travel in Aleutians and more ->

KMXT: Midday Report November 03, 2023

By Peter McCully, Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows News: PODCAST: Authors Kathy Wagner and David Norwell discuss new books
Lynne Curry
I’ve finally done it. Transitioned from full-time consulting to full-time fiction writing and landed a publisher for the debut novel. I’ll keep writing articles for the ADN and, but my newest short stories (just sold another one) and snippets about my novels will be on the “Writing from the Cabin” blog on the new site “Real-life writing” as I fade out Communication Works, Inc. Yay, rah. Would love for you to look at the new site,


“If anything happen to me and my death is known, there is black stirp for bennett school book bag, for my only son. I wish if you please take everything to Bennett that is belong to me. I don’t know how much I would be glad to get home to folks.”
– From the diary of Ada Blackjack, dated April 1, 1923
Ada Blackjack was an Inupiat woman hailed as a heroine and the “female Robinson Crusoe” after being stranded on Wrangel Island north of Siberia for two years. She was part of an expedition party sponsored by famed explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson. The party included Ada Blackjack, a cat named Victoria, and four men. After battling food shortages, illness, and isolation, Ada and her cat were the only survivors of the expedition.
To read more about her incredible story of survival, determination, and ingenuity, visit the NPS website:…/ada-blackjack-stranded-on-wrangel...

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