The Alaska Native News extends our wishes and hopes that all will have a Happy Thanksgiving regardless of religious, cultural or secular beliefs. May each and everyone find the joy and comfort from the gathering of friends, and family, that each and everyone deserves.
(Anchorage Alaska) – With Thanksgiving here, many people around Alaska will be working to cook holiday meals for their family and friends. The State Fire Marshal’s Office and the U.S. Fire Administration urges everyone to stay safe this holiday season and remember to use caution while cooking your holiday meal. Thanksgiving is the leading day […]
Native communities are resilient, organized, and rising up. Wampanoag. Massachusett. Nipmuc. Mohegan. Pequot. Narragansett. Passamaquoddy. Miꞌkmaq. These are just some of the indigenous nations of the land now called New England, the home of that original Thanksgiving dinner that occurred 400 years ago, in the fall of 1621. The myth of that shared meal has […]
Alaska State Troopers revealed on Friday that the State Fire Marshals have opened an investigation into a fatal fire that took the life of one and injured another in Anchor Point on Thanksgiving. Troopers and the Anchor Point Fire Department responded to an Anchor Point residence after receiving a call reporting a structure fire at […]