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Teachers, students adapt to online school during pandemic
11 new cases reported Saturday, bringing state total to 257
Several local organizations are receiving financial help and resources to boost area public health capabilities and increase testing capacities. The federal government recently sent the… Continue reading
The state entered into a half-million dollar contract with an online school.
Churches find ways to celebrate Easter holiday amid lockdown
9 new cases, but no new deaths or hospitalizations reported Thursday
“The decisions right now are broad, and they’re hard.”
Facing an uncertain future as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, Alaska’s commercial fishing industry is looking ahead to the upcoming season with determination to salvage… Continue reading
It’s unclear how the global pandemic will impact the district’s bottom line.
Local craft brewers adjust to coronavirus restrictions
New health alert offers guidelines to local organizations on safe ways to practice their faith.
This week’s recipes: Chicken Marsala and Pisciotta olive oil cake.
The suspension aims to mitigate some of the challenges firefighting agencies may face this summer.
Central Peninsula Hospital preps for new coronavirus
No new deaths or hospitalizations
25 locals who worked for Ravn in the terminal and in cargo were laid off this week.
Over the weekend, there were three deaths of Alaska residents due to COVID-19 reported by the state.
The latest death is of a 71-year-old Anchorage resident.
Food banks keeping peninsula fed
The state of Alaska reported 14 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday on its website.