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The meeting can be streamed live via Zoom or on the district’s media page
Still a ways to go.
Three COVID variants had been detected in Alaska as of last Wednesday
The clinic was targeted specifically to KPBSD staff
Alaska continues to lead the nation in vaccine rollout
The theater burned down on Feb. 20
Dan Saxton also demonstrated how to use a draw knife during the presentation
A salmon story with a different ending?
An investigation finds the corrections department ‘unreasonably delayed’ care for an inmate
The accident closed a section of the Sterling Highway for several hours Wednesday.
Alaska House Republicans identified the lawmaker as Rep. Mike Cronk of Tok, a member of their caucus.
103,120 pairs of vaccine, or about 206,240 doses, were allocated to Alaska for the month of March.
Both cities hope to complete expansion efforts this year
The project would stabilize about 5,000 feet of bluff on the Kenai River’s north shore
Brother Asaiah Bates statue had to move after previous location changed ownership
The resolution increases the number of spectators allowed at events to 750
The program aims to help people double the money they are able to spend on groceries and household goods
Dunleavy had been in quarantine since learning Sunday.
Cut willow bushes will regenerate into higher protein browse for moose
The 103,120 figure is comparable to the allocations Alaska received for December, January and February combined.