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Trump finally faces reality — amid talk of early ouster
Borough’s legal department says more time is needed for proper transfer
Hospital’s new CT machine features murals to make patient experience more comfortable.
338 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Alaska on Thursday
The sale was held as scheduled after a judge Tuesday rejected requests by Indigenous and conservation groups to halt the event.
Troopers received a call from the Duck Inn at around 12:13 a.m. on Saturday morning
The demonstration was organized to protest what the organizers said was a “rigged” election
Affected communities include Kenai, Soldotna, Nikiski, Homer, Other North and Sterling
Peninsula’s diversity a strength amid economic struggle
Alaska State Troopers are searching for two women accused of attempting to steal a truck at a gas station in Sterling on Christmas Eve, according… Continue reading
A large portion of the presentation focused on combating misinformation surrounding the vaccine
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Dunleavy’s budget would draw about $6 billion from the Permanent Fund’s Earnings Reserve Account
Just under $50 million in grant funds were distributed to businesses in the area
The shift comes a week earlier than anticipated
The peninsula reported 10 new cases Tuesday
U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Gleason said she would try to issue a decision by late Tuesday.
Senators share thoughts ahead of unlikely flashpoint procedure.
Alaskans ages 65 and older can begin scheduling appointments for Jan. 11 on Jan. 6
A decision will be made Tuesday about whether schools will resume onsite learning on Jan. 11