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Health officials struggle to keep up with coronavirus tracking.
Orchard in Nikiski shares apple harvest.
Health care professionals with the state have borne the brunt of scrutiny during the COVID-19 pandemic, and have even reported violence on the job, officials… Continue reading
The Alaska Chamber of Commerce announced the second week’s lottery winners Thursday, as part of the “Give AK a Shot” COVID-19 vaccine incentive program. Ashley… Continue reading
The state Department of Health and Social Services reported another seven recent COVID-19 deaths Thursday. They were two Fairbanks men over 70, a Palmer man… Continue reading
Peninsula Clarion The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge canceled its weekend “Fall Fun Day” on Saturday because of the continual surge of COVID-19 in Alaska. “Recently… Continue reading
Statewide, there were 213 COVID-related hospitalizations as of Wednesday.
Alaska has been reporting the highest number of COVID cases per capita in the nation this week.
Although positive COVID cases are decreasing overall, the state continues to see more of the B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant.
CDC says fully vaccinated people can safely gather without masks.
Hospitals, health care workers facing burnout as COVID cases continue, officials say.
Central Peninsula Hospital staff has opened up overflow space and put patients in old maternity wards.
Varsos was named Alaska’s official “state balladeer” in 1994.
Silver salmon derby wraps up with magic number draw.
“Small Fry School” can be livestreamed on the SeaLife Center’s YouTube channel.
Public health officials work to stay ahead of testing need
More kids are contracting COVID amid delta surge
The breach was caused by a highly sophisticated cyberattack and involves an unknown number of individuals.
A Valdez and Kodiak resident took home checks for $49,000 each.