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The city offered two rounds of its CARES Act Relief and Recovery Grant program last year.
The second highest state on Friday was Connecticut at 14.7%
Dunleavy said his administration will no longer respond to or participate in hearings led by the senator.
The program aims to incentivize shopping at local businesses
The building is a total loss.
Richards said CPH is doing OK now, but could run into trouble if there is an uptick in COVID cases
The city’s declaration is now set to expire on March 31
Stutes earlier in the week had declared her caucus “21 strong.”
The decision by Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg came in a case brought in late December by the Legislative Council
Alaska continues to lead the nation in the percentage of the population that has received at least one dose
Local lawmakers will represent the Kenai Peninsula on at least five different state House committees
Niksiki’s LaVigueur wins Little Su 50K in return to ultramarathons
The book features photos and recollections of more than 40 years hunting Alaska game birds with dogs.
The vote to veto was unanimous
This includes the 5 positions already slated for the new Western Emergency Services
Alaska leads the nation in the percentage of the population that has received at least one dose
The website aims to connect people with resources to help them start a career
Public comments accepted through March 4
Kenai Performers takes on T.S. Eliot in its latest show