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In addition to this 10th death, the state reported one new case of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
The school board has already begun the superintendent recruitment process.
The state total is 371 positive cases.
Everything from illegal debris burns to hot chainsaws in dry grass were the culprits of the fires.
State commissioners spoke Monday on how $1.5 billion in federal funding would be spent.
Golfers jump at chance to get back outside
Two more COVID-19 cases were reported Monday, bringing the total number of cases in Alaska to 370. This includes nine people who have died and… Continue reading
The borough finance department has had to adjust projections.
Read the latest reports.
Workers may be eligible for up to 13 additional weeks of unemployment benefits.
Concern remains even during a pandemic
Participants in this year’s event will race on their own time and post their results online.
“This (pandemic) is affecting everyone.”
Cases in Anchor Point and Homer were reported at Friday’s press conference.
“I felt like I needed to come … It was a calling. I had to go.”
Last year, more than 5,000 firefighters were brought north to Alaska to combat wildfires.
An emergency ordinance appropriating $77,000 to the OEM t is being introduced at Tuesday’s meeting.
One case is from community transmission, the other still under investigation
Free COVID-19 testing was available to all of the residents in their community.
Area restaurants struggle to overcome challenges as state mandates are lifted.