Kodiak Island, sitting off the Southern coast of Alaska, is well known for being inhabited by some of the largest brown bears in North America. It is also home to the Sitka Black-tailed deer, a smaller and stockier relative of those found in Pacific Northwest.
In episode two, Brian Call and Tim Lesser get the chance at back-to-back Sitka deer. Follow along on their relentless journey to Kodiak, Alaska in this five-part limited series.
- Locally caught salmon to be on school lunch menu
- Bears breaking into unlocked vehicles
- Fire station pre-design phase has begun
- High-speed chase in Kodiak
- Larsen Bay man dies in ATV accident
- City Council discusses reasons for annexation
- New food bank to open next week
- Assembly addresses $1.9M school bond deficit
- Kodiak man charged with vehicle theft
- Temporary exhibit opens at the history museum
- By Kyrie Long, firstname.lastname@example.org
The first of two panels dedicated to public safety in Alaska Native communities was preceded by remarks from U.S. Attorney General William Barr, Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Sen. Dan Sullivan, introduced by AFN President Julie Kitka.
- By Amanda Bohman, email@example.com
AFN President Julie Kitka made wide-ranging remarks touching on climate change, public safety, partnership opportunities with the U.S. military and the convention theme of “Good Government, Alaskan Driven.”
“Good government is governance that meets the needs of the people,” Kitka said, adding later, “Good government is all of us.”