In Thursday’s News:
- FCC intends to connect rural Alaskans to broadband in next three years;
- Family and friends of Valerie Sifsof, missing since July 7, offer $25-thousand reward;
- 24-year-old Kwethluk man drowns in Napaskiak South on Tuesday;
- ConocoPhillips Alaska earned $551-million in second quarter, paid $983-million in tax and royalties to state;
- Salmon Lake fertilization from 2007 results in sustainable red salmon run in 2012.
- 90-year rainfall record broken yesterday in Nome.