addressing alaskans Don't look Now your behavior - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search

AFN to host session on hate and discrimination with Anti-Defamation League

The ADL was founded more than a hundred years ago to fight anti-Semitism. But their mission also includes securing "fair and just treatment to all," and for its Pacific Northwest office, that includes in Alaska.

The Alaska Primary Care Association hopes to boost homegrown health care workforce with new grant

The money provides a much needed boost to an industry that's struggled to fill jobs for years.
Al Gross stands on a boat dock holding fisherman's jacket over his shoulder, looking at the camera

LISTEN: U.S. Senate candidate Al Gross is here to answer your questions

Making his first run for public office, Al Gross wants to win the race for Alaska's U.S. Senate seat, currently held by incumbent Dan Sullivan. Gross is running as an Independent with support from state democrats.
A man speaks at a podium

LISTEN: U.S. House incumbent Don Young is here to answer your questions

Alaska has only one U.S. House seat and Congressman Don Young is seeking his 25th term in that position. What does he want to accomplish in the next two years if he is re-elected?

Don’t Look Now, Your Behavior is Showing!

"What do you do when you're mad?" education consultant, Jo Mascorro asked a room full of adults at the Stone Soup Group 2014 Parent Conference in Anchorage. Responses included: Exercise! Go shooting. Eat. Use my power tools. "Now how many of you go sit in an enclosed room, by yourself and think about why you're mad?" Silence. Forcing listeners to step outside their role as parent or teacher, Jo Moscarro tells parents and teachers, "It's not an adult thing, it's not a kid thing, it's a brain thing!" KSKA: Tuesday 1/28 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm Listen Now