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Sarah Hollister

Weekend Reporter and News Anchor
Fairbanks, Alaska

Sarah Hollister is a lifelong Alaskan. She was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska and attended North Pole High School.

She spent some time working in the fashion and design industry in New York City and Los Angeles before returning home to be closer to family.

She has studied journalism at the University of Alaska Fairbanks before beginning her career at KTVF.

She has covered a wide array of stories including, trial court, crime, education, health, social justice, garden and agriculture, and community features.

Sarah lives in Fairbanks with her husband and daughter and enjoys paddle boarding, gardening and painting in her spare time.

She loves to hear from her community so reach out anytime.

Education
  • Wood Tobe-Coburn School, Fashion Design and Merchandising, 2002-2005
  • University of Alaska Fairbanks, Journalism, 2016
  • Awards
  • 2017 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best News Story "Fairbanks Police Department Body Cam" (Reporter)
  • 2017 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best Investigative Reporting "Bridge Device" (Reporter)
  • 2018 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best News Story "Corrections Officer" (Reporter)
  • 2018 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best Breaking News Story "Kelo Smoke" (Reporter)
  • 2018 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best News Feature "103 Year Old Woman" (Reporter)
  • 2018 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best Television News Cast "July 5th KTVF" (Anchor)
  • 2019 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best Uniquely Alaskan "Midnight Sun Run Special" (Anchor)
  • 2019 Alaska Broadcasters Association - Best Television Newscast "Fairbanks Evening News March 26th" (Anchor)
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