Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNewsListen nowIn preliminary vote, Murkowski is sole Republican ‘no’ vote on advancing KavanaughLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court advanced one crucial step this morning, but without the help of Sen. Lisa Murkowski. She cast the lone Republican “no” vote on ending debate to proceed to a final vote on confirmation.Three-way race for governor complicates campaign strategiesAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauThere’s a large early lead for Republicans in requests for absentee ballots.Key Alaska seafood products dropped from list of Chinese tariffsAaron Bolton, KBBI – HomerSome of Alaska’s seafood industry has escaped the Trump administration’s trade war with China for now.Former ADN owner reaches settlement in bankruptcy caseZachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThe former owner of the state’s largest newspaper has reached a settlement in a federal bankruptcy case. The deal comes just over a year after the tumultuous fiscal situation left the paper’s future in doubt.Katmai kicks off ‘Fat Bear Week,’ polls are open Casey Grove, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageKatmai National Park’s 4th annual Fat Bear Week has returned, to – as the park’s announcement put it – “determine which gluttonous giant sits atop the brown bear oligarchy of obesity.”AK: Lt. Gov. Mallott remembers John Active’s contributions to language revitalizationChristine Trudeau, KYUK – BethelAs the ink dried on Gov. Walker’s signature finalizing the Alaska Native Linguistic Emergency Administrative Order, Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott went to Bethel to speak about what the order can do. He also took a moment to recognize public broadcasting’s John Active, who made major contributions to keeping language alive in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.49 Voices: Steve Henrikson of JuneauKavitha George, KTOO – JuneauThis week we’re hearing from Steve Henrikson in Juneau. Henrikson is originally from Washington state and has been the curator of collections for the Alaska State Museum since 1988. He will be part of the museum’s Indigenous People’s Day celebration on Monday.