Alaska News September 18, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: School board votes 4-3 against mandatory national anthem in schools; Have an old car seat? Turn it into Walmart to recycle and get a gift card in exchange and more ->
KTUU: U.S. Navy Vet collecting Gold Star stories for national archive; Anchorage attorney named Alaska Public Defender; Alaska Remote Generator Bill Headed to President’s Desk; Spotlight on youth: French horn player Abby Webster’s musical accomplishments go beyond the band room and more ->
Alaska Native News: Third Fairbanks Best Western Robbery Suspect now in Police Custody; Bristol Bay Leaders Call on Army Corps of Engineers to Suspend Permitting for Pebble Due to Drastic Changes In Mine Plan; ASTAC Donation Expands Reading Program in North Slope Schools and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: State legislators back local businesses with letter to Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office; Caregiver, senior citizen fair offers wide assortment of resources; Lathrop yoga class visited by mindfulness program and more ->
By Erin Kirkland: There’s Gold (and a lot more) at Nome’s AKAU Resort
By Craig Medred: Burn, burn, burn
Alaska Highway News Rasha Madkour / The Associated Press: ‘How to Raise a Reader’ gathers dos, don’ts and book lists