Alaska News October 27 & 28, 2022

KTUU: 1 juvenile dead, another seriously injured after house fire in Oscarville; Police investigate multiple vehicle fires in Jewel Lake area; Colony marching band to play at St. Patrick’s Day parade in Ireland Staff surprise students with announcement at school assembly and more ->
KTOO: Amid sluggish recovery, economist predicts more Alaska jobs in weed and mining; Homer author Tom Kizzia named Alaska’s historian of the year and more ->
Alaska Native News: Crews survey potential landing sites for Airraq Network fiber; This Day in Alaska History-October 27th, 1778, This Day in Alaska History-October 28th, 1920 and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Joy, remembrance and connection as Alaska Native performers reunite for Quyana at AFN and more ->
KINY: Alaska-Australia flight could place bird in record books; $112 million announced for Alaska Ports and Ferry Terminals and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historical Society
The next Thursdays: Our History program at 7 pm Thursday, Nov. 17 will feature some silent home movies taken by U.S. Deputy Marshall Ralph Reed in the late 1920s. This Videos from the Vault presentation will include other film clips from the RBHS archives. Free and open to the public, the program will be held in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library & Museum.
Craig Medred: Symbiotic epidemics
Simple Living Alaska: Summer’s Hard Work Pays Off | Green Salsa and Tomato Sauce