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New health alert offers guidelines to local organizations on safe ways to practice their faith.
The suspension aims to mitigate some of the challenges firefighting agencies may face this summer.
25 locals who worked for Ravn in the terminal and in cargo were laid off this week.
The Clerk’s Office set up remote ways for residents to call in and speak on the emergency ordinances.
The group will maintain service to their “essential” air service communities, including Kenai, Homer.
The meeting will not be open to the public to enforce social distancing and recent health mandates.
Eatery dine-in services, bars and entertainment venues to be closed indefinitely.
The official deadline is 11:59 p.m., April 30.
The decision to suspend utility penalties was made for the “public’s best interest.”
Gov. Mike Dunleavy also discussed how the state is working to stabilize the economy.
Residents facing financial hardships due to the pandemic will not see their electricity shut off.
‘Completely decimated travel in Alaska’
The official deadline is 11:59 p.m., Tuesday March 31.
Dunleavy says next two weeks are critical to slowing the virus.
With the addition of 16 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and news of the first death within the state of Alaska, new health mandates shutting… Continue reading
Borough could experience a 30-60% “negative impact” in sales tax revenue due to the global pandemic.
There is a shortage of personal protective equipment for health professionals.
The employee did not work in the public.
K-12 education across Alaska will be delivered directly to a student’s home.
The Alaskan who died, described as a “high-risk older individual,” was in Washington state.