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Alaska News Nightly Friday March 31 2017

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first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnListen nowJuneau superintendent questions funding planCaroline Halter, KTOO – JuneauSen. Shelley Hughes, a Wasilla Republican, held a series of committee hearings on virtual education and school funding beginning last year. It culminated in the release of broad education reform bill.Southeast tribal court builds on its experienceEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauSoutheast Alaska’s largest tribal court operation just celebrated its 10th anniversary.High school student honored for Gold Creek rescueJacob Resneck, KTOO – JuneauA 14-year-old Juneau high school student was honored by the governor’s office today for rescuing a five-year-old boy he saw fall into a fast-running creek.Two Sitka moms discuss balancing fishing and familyEmily Russell, KCAW – SitkaIris Nash is a new mom. Her son turns two this year and she’s pregnant with her second child. To answer some of her questions about balancing being a mom and co-managing a fishing business, Iris sat down with Sarah Jordan. Sarah also married into a fishing family and raised her own two sons aboard the family boat.Unalaska teen: If you like sushi, you better take care of the environmentZoe Sobel, Alaska’s Energy Desk – UnalaskaAcross the state, there’s a cohort of young Alaskans raising awareness for the rapidly changing Arctic environment. Cade Terada is one of 22 Arctic Youth Ambassadors. Growing up in Unalaska, America’s largest fishing port, he was immersed in the seafood industry.AK: Celebrations of Turkish culture in AnchorageZachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThe Republic of Turkey is about as far as you can go from Alaska on the other side of the globe. The country of nearly 80 million people straddles the edges of Europe and Asia, with a Mediterranean climate, and a rich history as the seat of both the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Again, not a lot of parallels with Alaska. But both places have food and dance at the center of their cultural traditions.49 Voices: Cole Tamblyn of AnchorageWesley Early, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThis week we’re hearing from Cole Tamblyn in Anchorage. Tamblyn is the head brewer at Resolution Brewing Company.last_img read more