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As Heard on Morning Line: Yukon Don Tanner

Jul 16, 2018
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Todays guest on Morning Line featured author Yukon Dan Tanner. He spoke with Morning Line host Danny Preston about his newly released book, Yukon Don Tanner's Talkeetna Territory Papers.

As Heard on Morning Line: Faces of Legacy

Jul 13, 2018
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Todays guest on Morning Line featured native activist and artist, Lindsay Carron. She spoke with Morning Line host Danny Preston about an upcoming art series, Faces of Legacy.

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Todays guests on Morning Line featured the executive director of the Alaska Trails, Steve Cleary, and Public Affairs/Partnership Staff Officer from the Chugach National Forest, Alicia King. They spoke with Morning Line host Danny Preston about the Iditarod National Historic Trail.

Summer 2018 marks the trail's 40th anniversary for being deemed 'historic' by the U.S. Congress. The trail itself spans about a thousand miles, beginning in Seward and ending in Nome. While most think the trail can be primarily seen in the winter, it can actually be hiked in the summer. 

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Todays guests on Morning Line featured ANPA board member Angela Jenkins and ANPA panelist Sarah Monkton, from the Alaska Commission for Human Rights. They spoke with Morning Line host Danny Preston about an upcoming panel taking place today in Anchorage.

 

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Todays guests on Morning Line featured Cathy Steen from the Alaska Scottish Club and the Fire, a Scottish music band. They spoke with Morning Line Host Danny Preston about an upcoming event taking place this weekend in Anchorage.

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Todays guest on Morning Line featured Neil Chandler, manager of the Soldiers Heart Program at the Southcentral Foundation. He spoke with KNBA Producer Frank Chythlook about an upcoming training aimed at veterans.

 

As Heard on Morning Line: Identity, Inc.

Jun 11, 2018
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Today’s guests on Morning Line featured JJ Harrier and Shelby Wilson from Indentity, a statewide LGBT organization that aims to advance Alaska’s LGBT community through advocacy, education and connectivity. They spoke with KNBA Producer Frank Chythlook about Anchorage Pride Week.

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Todays guests on Morning Line featured Katie St. John, the Director of Programs and Grants at the Alaska Community Foundation and Vanessa Meade, a Clinical Asistant Professor at the University of Alaska, Anchorage School of Social Work. They spoke with Morning Line host Frank Chythlook about the Alaska Women Veterans Listening Session.

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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Carol Atkinson, an alumni of Anchorage Highschool, the very first high school in Anchorage.

Since its conception on January 28, 1939, the school served as the only high school in Anchorage until 1963, when East High School opened. "If we had a basketball game, the whole town turned out it seemed. It was so exciting to go to school here in Anchorage." Eventually, Anchorage High school was later renamed West High School 

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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Dana Diehl, the Director of Wellness and Prevention at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.  She spoke with Morning Line host Frank Chythlook about Garden of Roses, a camp for girls who are survivors of sexual abuse.

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