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Alaska will no longer offer testing at airports in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau beginning Feb. 1.
Jan. 24 sailing to Bellingham canceled.
The additional $65,000 would be support design and construction needs
Vaccines, new strains, protests and hospital overflows marked 2021’s volatile year
Single-vehicle crash on Sterling Highway killed Drew Brown, 25, after he was thrown from truck.
The closure prohibits harvesting any clam species from the mouth of the Kenai River to the southernmost tip of the Homer Spit.
The amount of money received this fiscal year will be determined, in part, by population.
Dramatic changes are seen in the number of students who have returned in person.
Alaska’s temporary health care workers head home after COVID surge
The waters in question run from south of Kalgin Island to about Anchor Point
Third-quarter sales taxes are 85% of projected revenues for budget.
The Kenai Peninsula reported 500 more jobs in November 2021 compared to November 2020.
The initiative is part of the Build Back Better agenda under the Biden-Harris administration.
Celebrating 80 years of refuge
The facility was operating at 106% Monday, even without a lot of COVID hospitalizations.
The group aims to connect entrepreneurs aged 21 to 39 with the resources they need to build and grow their enterprises.
The epicenter was seven miles west of Iliamna Volcano
Road over lake was closed in both directions.
The state reported an average of 159.1 cases per 100,000 people across the state cumulatively over the past seven days.