Alaska News October 25-28, 2023

KTUU: Family members of victim fill courtroom at Alpine shooting suspect’s first court appearance and more ->


KTOO: Teal Street Center gathers many of Juneau’s social services under one roof; ‘Kuhaantí,’ a children’s book written entirely in Lingít, is the first of its kind in decades; Mga Kuwento, Ep. 4: Holding two identities in Juneau’s Filipino and Lingít community and more ->
KYUK: Bethel Native Corporation announces 2023 shareholder distributions, including first-ever ‘Elders Benefit’ and more ->


AlaskaNative News: Alaska Salmon Research Task Force; This Day in Alaska History-October 27th, 1778; This Day in Alaska History-October 28th, 1920 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: North Pole HS seniors put on haunted asylum at NP Fire Department and more ->


KINY: Federal grand jury indicts 3 defendants for Trapper Creek murders; Department of Public Safety releases 3rd quarter update to Missing Indigenous Persons Report; Trained team frees entangled humpback whale and more ->

The Seward Journal October 25 to October 31, 2023

Resurrection Bay Historical Society: Thursdays: Our History on Nov. 16 will feature Mary Ann Benoit, president of the Seward Rotary Club, detailing her organization’s work on the Rotary Park Fish and Wildlife Viewing Area.

KFSK: Petersburg Hospital Board to hear report on pilot childcare programming and welcome new specialists and more ->
KRBD: Production wraps on Emilio Torres’ film “The Ladder” in Ketchikan and more ->

KUCB: Patterns of abuse, spotting signs and community support: a conversation on domestic violence with USAFV and more ->

Delta Wind: EMS still has signs of life in Delta Junction and more ->
KMXT: Kodiak Island Borough takes lawsuit with KANA to Alaska Supreme Court and more ->
By Jean Carmela Lim, AeroTimeHub: BA flight diverted to Alaska after overheated phone scorches business class seat


The Magazine Plus: Kristina’s Cache: A Memoir of Adventure and Survival in Alaska Takes Readers on an Extraordinary Journey of Woman

Daily Sitka Sentinel: Louise Brady Wins National Ecotrust Honor; Two Teens Plead Guilty to Illegal Bear Killings and more ->


By Sara Manriquez, UAF: Dead Writers event will raise funds for visiting author series


CutterLight: Sentinel
CutterLight: Igloo: Arctic Home made of Whale Bone, Ship Timbers & Sod

Craig Medred: O’Canada

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