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In a joint statement, Alaska Sens. Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski, along with Rep. Don Young and Gov. Mike Dunleavy, criticized the Interior Department action.
The organizations worked in tandem for two months to make the translation project possible.
Alaska photographers share experiences documenting Black Lives Matter protests
Condolences are coming in.
Special session ends June 19.
The filing was lauded by members of Alaska’s Republican congressional delegation.
Written above and below the swastika are the words, “WE ARE EVERYWHERE.”
A November decision determined the proposed Pebble mine was “contrary to the public interest.”
One day at a time.
A federally recognized tribe is scrambling to raise funds to regain stewardship of the lands.
Canada, amid COVID-19 concerns, has barred cruise operations through February.
Buttoning up the budget.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough also remains in the intermediate alert division.
Alaska and other states saw a decrease in opioid overdoses in 2018, an increase in 2019 and then a 165% spike in 2020.
Numbers still lagged what they were before the pandemic, per state report.
Get ready in May for August.
As of Friday afternoon, 53.7% of Alaskans 16 and up had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The U.S. Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary hosts National Safe Boating Week
It would be the largest PFD in state history.