Alaska News October 01, 2022

KTUU: Municipal attorney identifies challenges for using Golden Lion Hotel as homeless shelter; Wasilla man to serve 20 years for 2019 murder; Orange Shirt Day brings awareness to the impact of Indian boarding schools on Alaska Natives; New owners of Wasilla 4-plex surprised after DOT levels privacy trees Tenants living in the complex are concerned have safety concerns with the new landscape and more ->
KTOO: His grandmother was forbidden to speak Lingít in school. Now, school is helping him reclaim it.; Pentagon asks for proposals to build small nuclear power plant at Eielson and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaska History-October 1st, 1909 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Governor Dunleavy creates Office of Energy Innovation to boost renewables in Alaska and more ->
KINY: Anchorage man facing decades in prison after sex assault conviction; Kwethluk man arrested for attempted murder, attempted sex assault and more ->
KRBD: A Pennsylvania government boarding school saw students from southern Southeast Alaska more than 100 years ago and more ->
Simple Living Alaska: Processing Chickens & Canning Broth at the Cabin
WhatnDo I Know: Moose Loopish
By Tapoti Deb, World Wire: How safe is Seward, Alaska?