Alaska News October 04, 05 & 06, 2022

KTUU: Anchorage ‘sexual predator’ serving 99 years gets 50 more from new convictions; Person hit, killed by truck on Glenn Highway; Wasilla homeowners drained over flooding issues Multiple properties near Wasilla-Fishhook Road have standing and flowing water after a new subdivision continues development; Chugiak church has handed out thousands of dollars in grants to help Alaskans and more ->

KYUK: Bethel voters decide to keep the city’s alcohol laws as they are and more ->
Alaska Native News: Schools Locked Down and Homer Teen Arrested on Terroristic Threatening Charges Tuesday; This Day in Alaska History-October 4th, 1911, This Day in Alaska History-October 5th, 1915, This Day in Alaska History-October 6th, 1869 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Doyon Foundation receives grant to expand language program and more ->
KINY: Ketchikan man will face charges of possession, distribution of child porn; Wasilla man arrested for attempted plane theft; 2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaskan island and more ->

KSTK: For Wrangell, newly completed Mariners’ Memorial provides space for community grief and celebration and more ->

The Seward Journal: October 05 to October 11, 2022


KRBD: Months after first sighting, Metlakatla is now catching dozens of invasive green crabs a day and more ->

Mat-Valley Frontiersman: Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame selects 10 women to be virtually inducted on Oct. 18


Katmai National Park: Fat Bear Week 2022

Craig Medred: Dangerous routes


KTUU: All-women crew fights fires, gender stereotypes in Alaska Initiative follows 2021 pilot program, which was based in Yosemite National Park, Grand Teton National Park

Senator Murkowski introduced, with U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan (R-AK): Introduces Legislation to Support Alaska’s Veterans
By Marya E. Gates, The Playlist: ‘Alaska Daily’ Review: Tom McCarthy Sidelines Indigenous Women In Favor Of Soapbox Politics

Peter Santenello: Alaska’s Native-Only Island (need permission to enter) ??
ASPCA: Lost Pets
We are kicking off our #Returntohomechallenge ! One in three pets lost; that’s a scary statistic. One of the best ways is to make sure your pet is microchipped. For the month of October, the Alaska SPCA will provide FREE microchipping for all spay, neuter, dental, procedures, and exams. (please note, microchipping is not available in the Vaccine Clinic). This has been made possible by Nano Fi, our microchip partner. Watch this space for more ideas on how to make sure your pet gets back to you. #PetcoLovePartner #PetcoLoveLost #MaddiesFund #NanoFi