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The weekly draw awards one newly vaccinated adult resident and one newly vaccinated child resident $49,000 in cash and scholarships.
Although cases appear to be dropping, officials say Alaska isn’t ‘out of the woods’ yet
I was pretty spoiled as a kid. The chest freezer in our garage was almost always stuffed to the brim with real Alaska salmon, and… Continue reading
Just over two weeks ago Varsos went public with his terminal cancer diagnosis.
Currently, the minimum wage stands at $10.34 hourly.
Health officials recommend consulting with a primary care provider to determine eligibility.
Art center open call offers space for new artists.
Otis, bear 480, was crowned this year’s winner on Tuesday.
DHSS announced another 871 positive COVID cases Tuesday.
The program was launched across various digital, print and radio advertisements, as well as on public transportation in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau.
Additional staff are aimed at alleviating strain from COVID-19 surge.
Soldotna demonstrators join national Women’s March in support of abortion rights
In August, 22 pregnant individuals died of COVID in the United States, officials said.
Alaska remains the state with the highest number of new cases per capita in the country.
“Give AK a Shot” awards funds to one newly vaccinated adult resident and one newly vaccinated child resident.
Some shipments on backorder started to arrive Thursday, but supplies are still limited.
Nikiski Senior Center gets addition to dining room.
The former president of the nonprofit Kenai Peninsula Pop Warner football club was indicted by a Kenai grand jury on counts of theft and fraudulent… Continue reading
The state Department of Health and Social Services reported another four COVID-19 deaths Wednesday, which pushes the statewide total to 546 since the pandemic began.… Continue reading