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Get the latest Alaska news and headlines from Anchorage Daily News, winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. We deliver a daily audio roundup of the top Alaska stories every morning, Monday through Friday. Subscribe to the ADN for full access to digital and print editions: https://adn.com/subscribe
 
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Heather Lende, the Alaska State Writer Laureate for 2021, is the author of a number of best-selling memoirs about her life in Haines. Her most recent book is 2020’s Of Bears and Ballots: an Alaskan Adventure in Small-Town Politics, which tells the story of her time serving on the Haines Borough Assembly, where shortly after her election, a recall p…
 
An Alaskan cyclist's rough ride at Tour de France Femmes; A new bill grants pay increases to thousands of Alaska state employees; The Municipality of Anchorage is running out of gas money; Legislation intended to expand U.S. military and shipping activity in the Arctic to combat Russian influence in the region to be introduced…
 
KL Marshall, while working on her PhD in Divinity at the University of Edinburgh, became enthralled with the influence of oil money on Christian Fundamentalism in Alaska. She moved to the MatSu Valley to research her 2020 book, Faith & Oil: How the Alaska Pipeline Shaped America’s Religious Right. Her doctoral thesis was on Jerry Falwell who starte…
 
Michael Wolverton did not come from a family of attorneys or judges; his parents were educators and that was what he planned to do. However, while doing his student teaching, he realized it wasn't the right path. He went to the University of Minnesota Law School and after a stint in the Peace Corp found himself in Alaska. Like so many, he had only …
 
An Argentinian motorcyclist finally arrives in Alaska; The Salvation Army will now provide “on-site management of client care” at Centennial Campground; An area of Bristol Bay was temporarily closed to commercial salmon fishing this week; an Anchorage judge set bail at $1 million for a woman who was charged in two separate killings…
 
Jason Grenn is the executive director of Alaskans for Better Elections, an organization that lobbied for Ranked Choice Voting in Alaska and, now that we have it, is working to educate the electorate about it. After years as a registered Republican, he changed his registration to Independent just prior to running for the Alaska House of Representati…
 
Reverend Lise Adams Sherry was chosen to be the permanent minister of the Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in March 2022. She grew up in a small town in Oregon as a regular church-goer thanks to her grandmother. As a teen, she questioned the central tenets of the Christian faith, and moved away from organized religion until stumbling int…
 
On this special July 4th episode, Andrew interviews Jasmin Smith: lifelong Alaskan, entrepreneur, and community organizer. From her youth in Eagle River to her leadership on the Mountain View Community council; from the formation of her landmark company, Baby Vend, to her heading up the most recent Juneteenth celebrations on the Delaney Park Strip,…
 
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