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Some parts of Alaska are experiencing increased COVID transmission
Members to vote Friday.
Here’s how it will work.
Governor says states appeal rejected, but partnership appeal moves forward.
Alaska continues to lead the nation in vaccine rollout
“Hell or high water.”
Still a ways to go.
An investigation finds the corrections department ‘unreasonably delayed’ care for an inmate
Alaska House Republicans identified the lawmaker as Rep. Mike Cronk of Tok, a member of their caucus.
Dunleavy had been in quarantine since learning Sunday.
The 103,120 figure is comparable to the allocations Alaska received for December, January and February combined.
The electricity’s already clean.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy is in quarantine following close contact on Saturday with a person who recently tested positive for COVID-19. Dunleavy was informed of the… Continue reading
Dunleavy said his administration will no longer respond to or participate in hearings led by the senator.
Stutes earlier in the week had declared her caucus “21 strong.”
The decision by Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg came in a case brought in late December by the Legislative Council
Seal oil is back on the menu for Inupiat elders.
Not quite there yet.