Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Oct. 9, 2017



Judge overrules state, says salmon initiative can go forward; Residents rail against SB91 at rare Anchorage meeting; 'I am proud to be Iñupiat': Alaskans celebrate first official Indigenous Peoples Day; UAF joins in Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations; $250K bail for Ketchikan man charged with first-degree murder; Ridle to focus on costs as administration commissioner; Goldbelt Heritage may inherit city-owned Aak’w Kwáan site; Petersburg resident receives medal from King of Norway; E. Coli present in popular Haines water source, but residents continue to fill up Listen now
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