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For only the second time on record, Alaska had no fatal accidents among commercial fishers. Also, a huge elder fraud case comes to a close. And Sitka is the central character in a new documentary about energy resilience.
Liana Fairbanks is a long time member of our church and the business administator, overseeing the financial aspects of our ministries. Liana shares with us her heart for Ecuador and describes how partnering in missions with our church through giving our time and finances is an imoportant way to take part in the great things God is doing. To learn more about our mission opportunities visit https://cityrise.org/missions and to learn more about the Deep & Wide initiative, check out https://cityrise.org/deepandwide Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe!
Actors Stephan Wolftert and Dawn Stern of Decruit are back in Fairbanks. I talked with them several months ago, when they were in town, about applying Shakespeare’s texts, modern science and dramatic techniques to help heal veterans and others recovering from trauma. In this longer conversation, we discuss the process by which they create new … Continue reading Therapeutic Theatre
Congresswoman Mary Peltola is skeptical of a proposed deal to avert a rail strike. Also, a Dillingham creek gets a new name, after years of advocacy by local students. And the Bureau of Land Management considers allowing helicopter tours to a popular hot springs near Fairbanks.
State senators form a bipartisan majority coalition. Also, biologists work to restore king salmon runs in Bristol Bay. And Alaskans can chop down their own Christmas trees in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
Daniel Buitrago, Brandon Fifield & Jack Lau are joined by Merit Waldrop a hockey lifer and multifaceted coach of Team Alaska, Anchorage Wolverines and the South Anchorage Association Oilers Justin Johnson and a love for coaching, UAA fight song, Merit's track suit collection, a players “Path”, athletic drive, passion and the “It factor”, growing up and a full commitment to hockey, participating in sports with intense parents, Alaskas long list of stand out hockey players that went pro, (NHL goalie Jeremy Swayman, and defensemen Nate Thompson), labeling Anchorage and Alaska a legit hockey city and state, Anchorage Wolverines Jr. hockey team start up and the local Alaskan family's that made it all possible, (Schutt, Flannery, Frawner & Ellsworth), first year success and a championship run, local Alaskan kids playing for the team, Keith Morris “The Architect”, Year One Films “A True Hockey Fairytail” documentary about the wolverines inaugural season, Jr. team rivalry Anchorage vs. Fairbanks, Team Alaska Tier 1 Hockey and player development, what's up with the long blade sticks? “The Datsyuk curve”, shout out to the Dump & Change Podcast, Olympic ice vs. standard rinks, Detroit Redwings, is rollerblading still cool?, remember jr. high school hockey?, Alaskas bright hockey future with UAA mens Hockey and the Anchorage Wolverines programs www.alaskawildproject.com https://www.instagram.com/alaskawildproject/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYEEV6swi2yZWWuFop73LQ
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The Contracting Handbook podcast is all about the builders and skilled tradesmen and tradeswomen in the construction industry from all over the world. Here you'll meet the tradespeople who took a leap of faith from working their craft to running the own construction company. You'll meet people who left lucrative careers to enter the trades. For newcomers to running a construction business, there is a ton of advice on “how to” run your contracting company. For established contractors, you get to meet other industry leaders and get behind the scenes of their business and stay up to date with industry change. Mike Knoche, your host, keeps the conversation interesting. He's been operating his contracting business for over 15 years in the oddly wonderful, Fairbanks, Alaska. Mike's philosophy is “we are all experts in how we build where we live, but the business basics and business management are universal”. Join us for this global conversation on operating a construction company, mental health, cool projects, and construction industry progress. Host: Mike KnocheWebsite: The Contracting HandbookInstagram: @thecontractinghandbookVenmo: Mike-Knocheemail@example.com Guest: Fiona PlettInstagram: @herself_contracting
Ketchikan's tribe hopes federal funds can offset impacts from climate change. Also, Juneau's food bank continues to see high demand after a pandemic spike. And residents in St. George emerge from almost a month of no running water.
"Most members of the public don't fully comprehend how thin that thin, blue line really is." This is an episode with my Dad, retired police officer Lieutenant Fairbanks, where we talked about his previous career in law enforcement. We dive deep as we talked about bridging EMS and the police department, as well as questions I've had from interactions I've had on scenes with PD. It was an honor not only to have my dad on as a guest, but also to connect from a fellow first responder. Dad, I hope I've made you proud.
On the 80th anniversary of the completion of the Alaska-Canada highway, we talk with author Christine McClure, who with her late husband Dennis, wrote two books about the construction of the Al-Can. The first, We Fought the Road was a more general history of the three African-American regiments that were instrumental in the building of that 1600 mile road in just 8 months. Today we explore their second book: A Different Race which tells a specific story. The winter of 1943 was record-setting cold in interior Alaska. Soldiers of the 97th regiment were not provided with proper clothing and when a group of them were ordered into the back of an open truck for a 130 mile trip to Fairbanks when it was 34 degrees below zero, they refused. They were court martialed and brought up on charges of mutiny – a crime punishable by death. Nine of the ten soldiers were found guilty.
A new podcast explores the right to abortion in Alaska. Also, federal grants will fund improvements to wastewater systems in Interior Alaska. And Sitka's youngest actors become gnomes and fairies in a new play.
What's on your bucket list? Thinking of skydiving or perhaps bungie jumping? Or maybe trying a unique fundraiser is more your speed. That's the story behind this week's Around Farm Progress podcast.Curt Arens with Nebraska Farmer share the story of a trip taken by Dick and Carolee Ourada from Imperial, Neb., to Fairbanks, Alaska. The Ouradas made the trip by tractor, specifically an International Harvester 574, traveling at the top speed of 20 mph.
The Anchorage Police Department plans to carry the overdose-reversing Narcan. Also, state health officials are bracing for an early wave of flu cases. And Anchorage School District leaders suggest a push for state education funding.
A Fairbanks company wants to build the two largest windfarms in Alaska. Also, a totem pole returns to the Haida village of Kasaan after more than 100 years. And a trip into a Petersburg artist's studio ahead of her upcoming solo show.
You've heard from us, and you've heard from our writers and critics, but in this episode of our Best in beer trilogy, you'll hear from brewers behind two of our Best 20 Beers in 2022—Carey Fristoe of Black Spruce (https://www.blacksprucebeer.com) in Fairbanks, Alaska and John Garcia of King Harbor (https://www.kingharborbrewing.com) in Redondo Beach, California. Fristoe discusses the design and brewing of Aromadome hazy IPA, a mashup of east and west approaches with unconventional choices like its use of dry yeast. Along the way, he touches on: Using Vienna malt for color while achieving stable haze with just 10% wheat S-04 dry yeast for hazy IPA fermentation Lower temperature whirlpooling to reduce isomerization Single stage dry hopping with longer contact time and aggressive rousing Selecting hops for more cantaloupe and honeydew melon character Paying attention and reducing oxygen pickup throughout the brewing and cellar process Pushing both chloride and sulfate levels higher than typical rates And more. Garcia walks us through Choco-Latte, a coffee, oats, and molé-spiced sweet stout that's decadent and drinkable, while discussing: Building a spectrum of malt flavor from Simpsons maris otter base malt through midnight wheat Hot side whirlpool additions of cocoa powder, lactose, cinnamon, and toasted ancho chiles Sourcing and selecting the right, high quality ingredients Fermenting with US-05 dry yeast Adding coffee through a concentrated cold brew And more. This episode is brought to you by: Accubrew (https://accubrew.io): AccuBrew is a revolutionary fermentation analysis tool unlike anything else on the market, giving brewers unprecedented insight into the fermentation process. AccuBrew helps brewers confirm consistency and avoid problems from batch to batch. From your smart device you can track and compare sugar conversion, temperature, and clarity, and use that information to continuously improve your process. AccuBrew goes beyond a simple measurement tool. With the AccuBrew system, managing your process and people has never been easier.Visit accubrew.io (https://accubrew.io) today, for a no obligation 90 day trial! BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com) We all know how important first impressions are. So put your best…can…forward by partnering with CanCraft. Offering a full-service packaging experience, CanCraft's design & aluminum specialists are here to support your business from concept through to delivery of ready-to-fill beverage cans. Visit bsgcraftbrewing.com/CanCraft (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/CanCraft) to learn how CanCraft can help realize your brand potential! Clarion (https://ad.doubleclick.net/ddm/trackclk/N510001.2032703CRAFTBEERANDBREWI/B28313912.342967708;dctrkaid=537328070;dctrkcid=177806075;dclat=;dcrdid=;tagforchilddirectedtreatment=;tfua=;ltd=). Balancing barley and hops is your expertise. Food-grade lubricants is ours. Clarion Food Grade Lubricants meet stringent standards of purity and performance for food and beverage processing, food packaging, cosmetic and pharmaceutical applications. All Clarion Lubricants are backed by the Clarion warranty, and we work with you to create an efficient lubrication program that helps protect your operation. To learn more, visit ClarionLubricants.com/foodgrade (https://ad.doubleclick.net/ddm/trackclk/N510001.2032703CRAFTBEERANDBREWI/B28313912.342967708;dc_trk_aid=537328070;dc_trk_cid=177806075;dc_lat=;dc_rdid=;tag_for_child_directed_treatment=;tfua=;ltd=). Clarion Lubricants. The expert that experts trust.
Alaska State Troopers say they've seized a record amount of illegal drugs this year. Also, Unalaska residents continue to wait for a cleanup of contaminated lands. And Alaska Native veterans visit a new memorial in Washington, D.C.
My name is Mike Knoche and I'm a general contractor and reformed remodeler representing Zone 8 in Fairbanks, Alaska, I'm on a mission to catalyze the conversation in construction and give a platform to voices from across the industry at all levels of experience. The TCH podcast is a distillation of nearly 1000 years of collective construction industry knowledge and experiences through discussions with my guests over 102 episodes. It's a grass roots effort to share knowledge, empower contractors and tradespeople with knowledge and affirmation. It started off as a mission to make the business side of running a contracting business easier, but running the business is nuanced. There's making time for family, long days on the jobsite, irrational clients, stress, mental health issues, cool ideas, setting standards, honesty, integrity, respect, professionalism, and an absolute need to pull together to recruit more people in the trades, women in particular. We need more builders. What's more, the experiences are universal across the building community we're not that different no matter where we live. Since the podcast launch in May 2021, the podcast has been downloaded in over 70 countries and I am proud to tell you the TCH is now in the Top 5% of all podcasts globally. I may independently record and produce the podcast, but every GC needs good talent. Thanks to an A list of guests, we were able to build it, and the people came, as they say. Before the podcast launch, I was cynical about the construction industry with a good dash of hope. Now this hopeful cynic has found inspiration from the genuine nature of my guests, their stories, and feedback from my listeners.Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts and/ or a rating on Spotify to help spread the word for this free content! Host: Mike KnocheWebsite: The Contracting HandbookInstagram: @thecontractinghandbookVenmo: Mike-Knochefirstname.lastname@example.org Guest: Michael Anschel Website: C.O.P.E.Instagram: @oabuilds
Amber Fairbanks, portfolio manager at Mirova on the firm's global sustainable equity strategy, says that she thinks a recession is coming, likely early next year and while she expects it to be mild, investors and experts are mostly guessing at that because there is no real precedent for the kind of high inflation, rising rate environment we are seeing today. Fairbanks, speaking in the Market Call segment, also talked about sustainable equities, which is a good comparison for the Big Interview segment featuring Venk Reddy, chief investment officer for sustainable credit strategies at Osterweis Capital Management, who also noted that market conditions are going to favor active managers who can separate the worthy credit investments from the ones that will get caught up in negative market conditions. Plus, David Trainer of New Constructs revisits a recent Danger Zone pick that he says has joined the walking dead of zombie stocks, and Christian Mitchell discusses a recent Northwestern Mutual survey showing that investors now believe they will need $1.25 million -- more than ever -- to retire comfortably in the face of current inflationary pressures.
This episode was recorded Thursday, November 10 at Capitol Weekly's Post-Mortem of the 2022 Election, which was held via Zoom.This Panel, the second of the day, was a rundown on the Ballot Measures up for approval. California voters confronted unprecedented campaign spending, even by California standards, and an array of familiar themes – tax the rich, gambling, abortion rights and the environment, to name just a few. This election saw over $750 million spent on these measures... but at the end of the day, what has really changed?Panelists: Brandon Castillo, Bicker Castillo and Fairbanks; Teri Holoman, California Teachers Association; Steve Maviglio, Forza Communications; Sheri Sadler, Sadler Strategic Media; Dana Williamson, Grace Public Affairs. Moderated by Nicole Nixon, Capital Public Radio.Support for Capitol Weekly's Election Post-Mortem was provided by The Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations, The Western States Petroleum Association, KP Public Affairs, Perry Communications, Capitol Advocacy, The Weideman Group, Lucas Public Affairs and California Professional Firefighters
Alaska lawmakers start thinking about who will be in the majority in each chamber. Also, a jury finds Alaska ski legend Dean Cummings not guilty of murder. And parents push back against potential school closures in Anchorage.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy is likely to win a second term. Also, federal infrastructure money could make a long-planned seaplane project a reality in Sitka. And scientists study inbreeding among wolves on Prince of Wales Island.
When police in Fairbanks, Alaska start investigating the death of 13 month old Jasmine Lafountain they never expect to uncover a mother who had killed a child before. Jasmine's older sister, Cheyenne had died of eerily similar circumstances just 2 years earlier, when little Cheyenne was only 4 months old. This connection leads investigators to evidence that will make your heart sink. How could a mother purposefully take the lives of each of her children? The trial for Stephany E Bilecki (Lafountain) is set to start in January of 2023, almost 5 years after her arrest. Fan Club Link: https://www.patreon.com/truecrimeexposed?utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator Social: Instagram https://instagram.com/truecrimeexpod?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@truecrimeexposedpodcast?_t=8XCpC1axA54&_r=1 Twitter https://twitter.com/truecrimexposed/status/1576639458283507713?s=46&t=t8tb6gCLoiy1txnQbPM_bA Sources: https://www.fairbanksalaska.us/police/page/fpd-press-release-homicides-third-ave-ft-wainwright?fbclid=IwAR3MDDEvBjdLPPj9PSzSY43Rib-KnivjXzjXng5igQrEvNP8rqAnprtj6UE Fairbanks Police Department- Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Fairbankspd Justice for Jasmine & Cheyenne- Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100045479927474 Organization: Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-478-4444
The Contracting Handbook podcast is all about the builders and skilled tradesmen and tradeswomen in the construction industry from all over the world. Here you'll meet the tradespeople who took a leap of faith from working their craft to running the own construction company. You'll meet people who left lucrative careers to enter the trades. For newcomers to running a construction business, there is a ton of advice on “how to” run your contracting company. For established contractors, you get to meet other industry leaders and get behind the scenes of their business and stay up to date with industry change. Mike Knoche, your host, keeps the conversation interesting. He's been operating his contracting business for over 15 years in the oddly wonderful, Fairbanks, Alaska. Mike's philosophy is “we are all experts in how we build where we live, but the business basics and business management are universal”. Join us for this global conversation on operating a construction company, mental health, cool projects, and construction industry progress. Host: Mike KnocheWebsite: The Contracting HandbookInstagram: @thecontractinghandbookVenmo: Mike-Knocheemail@example.com Guest: Jon HilgenbergIG: @jchcabinets
Joining Mitch this episode is Tonje Blomseth, a Norwegian outdoors content producer currently living in Fairbanks, Alaska! Tonje shares how she got into her line of work and developed a love for wilderness expeditions, dealing with the risk of Moose encounters while training sled dogs and carrying a .44 to do so, what caring for a pack of working dogs is like, her work in the Norwegian outdoor industry and quality credentials and testing versus numbers based social media marketing. Mitch and Tonje also get into parallels of making ‘outdoor' social media content, inspiring more women to get out and explore, the spirituality and introspection that comes from spending time in the wilderness alone and Tonje shares some thoughts on psychedelics and sober meditation, hunting and processing a Moose and the differences of hunting in Norway and much much more! Links mentioned in this episode: Check out our Patreon here to support what we do and get insider perks! Follow the lads on IG: https://www.instagram.com/cbrnart/?hl=en Follow the lads on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBRNDad Check out our sponsors: Use code: ARTANDWAR10 for $10 off an SMU Belt at AWSin.com Use code: ARTANDWAR for 5% off at midwestgunworks.com Check out our link tree for the rest of our stuff!
Political observers wonder if a coalition might take control of the Alaska Senate. Also, how statewide elections could impact Alaska's response to climate change. And a program in Homer brings violin lessons to students in nearby Anchor Point.
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In this newscast: Alaska Public Media's Jeremy Hsieh speaks with Casey Grove about common election security questions; Alaska statewide candidates on climate change; An update on the false report of a shooter at a high school in Fairbanks
Political observers wonder if a coalition might take control of the Alaska Senate. Also, how statewide elections could impact Alaska's response to climate change. And a program in Homer brings violin lessons to students in nearby Anchor Point.
Season 4 Episode 5 of the Chasing MacNaughton Podcast from Tech Hockey Guide; "If You Hate Goals.” This week Tim Braun, Rob Gilreath, and Dustin Lindstrom were joined by Perry Laskaris, CCHA Director of Strategic Communications and Brand Advancement. This week on the Podcast they discussed Perry's role in the CCHA, plans for the future, the new CCHA podcast, MTU trip to Fairbanks and their upcoming home series with Bemidji State. Mitch's Misfits Amazon wishlist is still having items added as we figure it out but you can take a look by clicking here and a reminder, if you rate the Podcast 5-stars, we'll read your review on the podcast and thanks to our newest sponsor, Fiebke Dental in downtown Rhinelander. Follow us on twitter at ChasingMacPod and you can submit questions through our email address, ChasingMac@techhockeyguide.com. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Please rate and review which will help us reach more people, and tell your friends. Please check out Jonathan Zamaites series previews every Friday and Mike Anleitner's Old Dog in Texas column every Wednesday (you should definitely read this week's column). Also, keep an eye out for new recruiting articles on Tuesdays. As always, special thanks to our patron saint Doc McResin for his generous donation to get this thing running, we hope you enjoy. Also, thanks to The Thank You Notes for all the bumpers in today's episode. If you like what you hear, check them out at thethankyounotes.bandcamp.com RAW AUDIO: This post is for patrons at the Silver Level ($25/ mo) or above which includes unedited audio and usually drops the night the podcast is recorded or on Mondays. RAW VIDEO: This post is for patrons at the Gold Level ($10/mo) or above which includes unedited video and usually drops the morning after the podcast is record or on Tuesdays. EXTENDED AUDIO: This post is for patrons at the Black Level ($5/mo) or above which includes extended audio content and usually drops the day before the public podcast on Wednesdays. PUBLIC PODCAST: For additional information and more episode liner notes, check out our episode overview on Tech Hockey Guide. To make sure we can afford all our fancy equipment we purchased for the podcast and the THG website in general, please check out our patreon page and consider joining. Patrons at our Black Level or above receive an authentic MTU jersey patch and access to extra podcast content including extended versions of our other episodes. This week's extended version was over 96 minutes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chasingmacpod/message
Dianne and Jennie are joined by special guest Janet Richardson from Fairbanks, Alaska who shares stories of those buried in Fairbanks's first cemetery and shares many of the details of the years of restoration and preservation that has kept this cemetery alive. Clay Street Cemetery, formerly called the Fairbanks Cemetery, was established in 1903, the same year the city of Fairbanks was established on the banks of the Chena River. Here are buried people from all walks of life from local Native Americans to the first pioneers who came from all over the world to the Fairbanks area, most seeking their fortune in gold. In 1982, the cemetery was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and The Clay Street Cemetery Commission was formed. The commission has spent countless hours researching every Ordinary Extraordinary individual buried here and making sure their stories are not forgotten by engraving them on beautiful granite headstones often provided by members/businesses of the Fairbanks community.For more information on Fairbanks history and The Clay Street Cemetery, visit: https://www.fairbanksgenealogicalsociety.com/To help support Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York with your $5 donation click here: https://gofund.me/062c87d8To watch the video of our adaptation of Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, click here: https://youtu.be/uWaWbg4C82s
The Anchorage Police Department and its officers' union are likely headed to arbitration over body-worn cameras. Election officials are struggling to hire poll workers in some parts of rural Alaska. And efforts to increase voter turnout among Alaska Native communities.