Alaska News October 21-22, 2023

KTUU: 1 killed in Soldotna home fire; Anchorage Parks and Recreation plans to relocate homeless from city snow dump site to Davis Park; Fish camp Barbie: Indigenizing a pop culture icon and more ->

KTOO: Sitka dog, 13, comes home after 65 days lost in the woods; Mga Kuwento, Ep. 3: The story behind Juneau’s Filipino Community Hall and more ->

KYUK: Mountain Village’s Under 5 Fair: building bonds and boosting literacy and more ->

Alaska Native News: ABI Arrests Village Woman in Unalakleet Murder Investigation; AFN 2023 President’s Awards Honorees; Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta Announces Reauthorization of VAWA at AFN; Scientists say deepening Arctic snowpack drives greenhouse gas emissions; This Day in Alaska History-October 21st, 1903; This Day in Alaska History-October 22nd, 1951 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Strengthening Alaska’s electrical grid resilience and more ->


By Alena Naiden, The Arctic Sounder: AFN recognizes an Utqiaġvik family and a long-time linguist and educator and more ->

KINY: After illegal Alaska moose kill, 2 men will be banned globally from hunting for 4 years; Juneau man arrested in ongoing drug investigation and more ->


KNBA: Thousands in Anchorage saw the “Meaning of Home” exhibit, a collection of art showcasing the talents of homeless people.
Science: The collapse of eastern Bering Sea snow crab


Juneau Empire: Juneau public health advocate Carolyn Brown inducted in the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame

Michael R Dougherty: Anchorage Fun Memories
What did you like to do for fun in Anchorage, Alaska? You’ll enjoy this memory-filled edition

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Viktor Posnov: Adak. Westernmost city of US. Calm, Dramatic, Ambient Music
Simple Living Alaska: Preparing our Vehicles for a Cold Dark Alaskan Winter