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Chamber hoping to hold music series once public gatherings are allowed.
Mandate offers guidelines for nonessential businesses.
State announces protocols for commercial fishermen and charters, loosens some in-state travel restrictions
Two more cases announced Thursday brings state total to 337
Dunleavy outlines details for nonessential businesses; test criteria loosens
The profound effects of underfunding Alaska’s health care system are just now coming to light.
No other option.
Borough would receive $37 million in community assistance.
On Wednesday, Dunleavy rolled out a plan to reopen sectors of the economy.
It has been truly amazing to see so many people from our community rally to support each other.
The 18-year-old program helps homeless students and students no longer in the custody of parents.
Restaurants, retails and personal care services open at limited capacity.
Resolution would suspend discussions not related to the pandemic or other time-sensitive matters.
State parks, national forest still open for business
Homer’s Sons of Liberty advocate right to assemble, while Alaska’s economy inches toward reopening
Two new COVID-19 cases announced Monday bring state total to 321
5 new cases brings state total to 319
Local city councils take steps to address COVID-19
We went from learning to wash our hands to eye-measuring 6 feet for social distancing.
Dunleavy has handled the pandemic admirably, but the financial crisis is a different story.
Dunleavy says retail sector is next; Crum talks commercial, sport fishing precautions