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Alaska remained at a high COVID transmission alert level Monday.
Two different demonstrations — one to show support for hospital workers and one calling for alternative COVID-19 treatments — took place outside the hospital.
From furs to dreamcatchers, local artisans show off ingenuity at holiday bazaar
Most of the deaths took place in October.
The weekend aims to support local businesses by offering different promotions.
The Chugach Avalanche Center in Girdwood will begin its daily forecasts Saturday.
As cases trend downward, health officials encourage vaccines, boosters.
The constituent sued Micciche after he blocked her on Twitter.
The deaths pushed the total number of statewide deaths to 812 since the pandemic began.
Power had been restored by about 9 p.m.
Kenai rolls out holiday events
Children’s services organization celebrates World Children’s Day with outreach event.
The state has an estimated rolling average of 381.9 cases per 100,000 people over the past seven days.
The board voted to deliberate on an adopted proposal to amend the Kenai River Late-Run King Salmon Management Plan.
The Wasilla and Kenai police departments investigated the allegations.
On Monday, there were only 37 total inpatients with fewer than 11 COVID patients.
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Alaska still holds the spot for the most COVID cases per capita in the country.
Community members gather to honor veterans’ sacrifices.
Central Peninsula Hospital had fewer than 11 COVID hospitalizations and was operating at 86% capacity.