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COVID cases on the eastern peninsula have been rapidly declining since late September.
Record earnings reported.
Governor unveils effort to tackle domestic violence and sexual assault, missing and murdered Indigenous persons, human sex trafficking, foster care and homelessness
The funds, from the federal American Rescue Plan Act, will be included in the governor’s fiscal year 2023 budget.
The process would be contentious and costly, the group said.
The case was reported in an Anchorage resident who had tested positive for the virus after traveling internationally.
Tobacco policy violations accounted for more than 1,800 days lost from school in Alaska in the 2018-2019 school year.
On Friday, the state reported 453 new COVID cases, for a seven-day cumulative rolling average of 195 cases per day.
This year’s convention will look back on 50 years of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
Anxiety and depression.
The hand count cost around $55,750.
A Toyota Sienna minivan delivered the peninsula’s first COVID shots to Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna on Dec. 16 last year.
The man and a companion were hunting deer and seals on Esther Island in Prince William Sound, troopers said.
Peninsula reported 10 cases
From the Last Frontier to the Final Frontier.
Kids more interested in cookies than governor.
His attacks targeted State of Alaska computers as well as Canadian ones.
New funds, old problems.
The 49-year-old mother of two and longtime Juneau resident swam Saturday for more than half an hour.
The state has other plans for updating the marine highway.