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Watch: HMCC inmates decorate Teddy Bears for Salvation Army fundraiser

Some of the ladies from the Hiland Mountain Correctional Facility put their artistic talent to work to help support the The Salvation Army Alaska Division.

This weekend, the nonprofit will hold the Teddy Bear Tea event — all of the proceeds benefit local Salvation Army programs.

Learn more about the event, here: https://alaska.salvationarmy.org/…/e…/teddy-bear-tea-2018-1/

Watch the story: http://www.ktuu.com/video/?vid=492968291


Hiland inmate pleads guilty to charges for distributing fentanyl

U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder announced that an Anchorage woman, who is an inmate at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center (HMCC), pleaded guilty to distributing fentanyl to other inmates while in prison.

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) conducted the investigation, with assistance from DOC’s Professional Conduct Unit, which led to the charges in this case.


Pilot program allows some prison inmates to attend church service in Eagle River, KTUU

Check out Channel 2 News story on the Alaska Department of Corrections program that’s working to reduce recidivism by getting inmates out in the community.

Hiland Inmates attend ACF church as part of new DOC pilot program (Photo Courtesy: KTUU)

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