Alaska News September 17, 2022

KTUU: Anchorage man sentenced to over 13 years for 2018 crash that killed taxi driver; Butte bear is back; kills 21 turkeys on local hatchery A resident fired shots at the bear, but Fish and Game doesn’t believe it was hit and more ->
KTOO: Why Alaska uses ranked choice voting and what we know about how it affects elections; Dillingham’s housing crisis has teachers sleeping in the school and more ->
KYUK: Watch: Inuit soul music and dance and more ->

Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaska History-September 17th, 1868 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Live blog: Flooding, damage unveiled as powerful storm moves across western Alaska A former typhoon is bringing damaging winds, dangerous seas, and an extreme storm surge to the western side of the state and more ->


The Arctic Sounder: Young language enthusiast becomes elementary school Inupiaq teacher and more ->
KINY: Homer resident indicted for vehicular homicide, authorities seeking whereabouts in Vegas and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historical Society
The next Thursdays: Our History program at 7 pm Thurday, Oct. 20 will feature representatives of the Seward Trail Blazers sharing details about the upcoming project to install a bronze statue of Alfred Lowell on the Seward waterfront. Dan Seavey and Lee Poleske will share details about the life of Alfred Lowell, a noted dog musher who was the son of Mary Lowell, whose homestead became the townsite of Seward in 1903. Free and open to the public, the program will be held in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library & Museum.

KUCB: Unalaska grasps at solutions to stifling airfare costs and more ->

By Matt Preprost, Alaska Highway News: Fort Nelson writer shortlisted for CBC literary prize Fort Nelson author Kerissa Dickie is one of five finalists for the 2022 CBC Nonfiction Prize.

By Jacob Mann, Alaska Writers Guild brings local wordsmiths together at Wasilla Library
Iris Yamashita Authors Mystery Set in Alaska

“City Under One Roof” by Iris Yamashita is forthcoming from Berkley, a division of Penguin Books.
A stranded detective tries to solve a murder in a tiny Alaskan town where everyone lives in a single high-rise building, in this gripping debut by an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter