Alaska News October 19, 2022

KTUU: NWS & Merbok: Lessons in forecasting and communicating and more ->
KTOO: In Kenai Peninsula wood-stacking contest, you’re supposed to bribe the judge; Advocates still hopeful about legislation to give youth sentenced as adults an earlier chance at parole and more ->

Alaska Native News: Fairbanks North Star Borough school district receives $1 million grant from the Department of Defense; This Day in Alaska History-October 19th, 1951 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Rally focuses on partnerships finding solutions Members of the community speak about relationships and solutions to ending the crises facing Alaska Natives.; Governor Dunleavy proposes tougher sentencing in controlled substance deaths and more ->

KINY: Plane crashes near Cordova, sole occupant found deceased; Hannan eyes Assembly Building to be functional by 2024 and more ->

KSTK: School officials hope condition surveys help Wrangell leverage funding to address maintenance needs and more ->

The Seward Journal October 19 to October 25, 2022


KRBD: Winter Winner-land Raffle!
By Denby Fawcett, Honolulu Civil Beat: Denby Fawcett: Costco’s Decision To Stop Selling Books In Hawaii Is A Blow To Local Authors Writers and book publishers are worried it’s another sign that books you can hold in your hands might soon be relics of the past.
This may not sound like a big deal, but Costco Wholesale has stopped selling books at its seven stores in Hawaii.

Costco media buyer Alexandria Kanenwisher informed local distributors last month that Costco’s stores in Hawaii as well as Alaska will no longer sell books.