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Not Alaska’s first opioid lawsuit.
Data from the Chugach National Forest Avalanche Information Center showed a moderate risk of avalanches in Turnagain Pass on Friday.
The peninsula generally ranks in the bottom third of all Alaskan geographies, but higher than geographies of similar population sizes.
People who are homebound or groups of at least three people can request a COVID-19 vaccine administrator come to them.
As of Friday, the statewide positivity rate was about 3%.
The egg hunt for children 5 years and younger was held in a cleared-off area, while older kids went on a “QR Code-Breaker Hunt.”
State health officials announced during a press conference on Thursday that the state will receive at least 160,010 pairs of vaccine for the month of… Continue reading
The high school hasn’t had a foods and nutrition teacher for a number of years.
The banner had been on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., but that museum recently closed.
The auction opened March 31 at 10 a.m. and will close on Sept. 28 at 4:30 p.m.
Community composting program feeds chickens and supports local climate change efforts.
The borough is considered to be at intermediate risk level.
It is a collaboration between Perseverance Theatre and the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
Soldotna High School students will share their COVID-19 experiences beginning on April 8 during a three-day in-person performance of “Pandemic: A Retrospective.” Director Sara Erfurth,… Continue reading
Juneau’s lawmakers say tourism needed for Southeast.
Nearly half of the leftover funds come from CAR13, the project aimed at retrofitting borough facilities.
Vance affirms support for rural DMV offices, opposes emergency declaration
Governor introduced Consumer Data Privacy Act on Wednesday.
Phillips honored for role as mentor, leader and volunteer