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The state reported 66 more COVID deaths Tuesday, some recent and some as far back as April.
Tshibaka raised about $1.2 million between Jan. 1 and Sept. 30.
The FBI took Christian Manley into custody Friday in Anchorage.
Wildlife Trooper Laura Reid received a Life-Saving Award and Antoine Aridou received a Governor’s Commendation.
Young, 88, “believes the vaccines are safe, effective and can help save lives.”
COVID-19 vaccine eligibility explained
The newly reported deaths push Alaska’s total to 594 COVID fatalities since the beginning of the pandemic.
Two weeks left.
The recommendations, covering five areas, range from improvements in hardware to data-gathering.
The ship performed patrols in waters off Alaska for decades.
The approved COVID vaccines, Zink said, are the best tool to get cases to drop off.
Tillion died Wedneday, Oct. 13, at Halibut Cove home.
“Give AK a Shot” awards $49,000 in cash scholarships to one newly vaccinated adult and one child.
Ladies First program is a nationwide health care initiative that provides free cervical cancer and breast cancer screenings.
At Central Peninsula Hospital there were 22 COVID patients on Wednesday morning — 17 unvaccinated.
Still slow going.
Health care workers from the Lower 48 have been deployed to help Alaska’s COVID crisis.
The abandoned Fairbanks city bus became a shelter for hunters and others using the backcountry near Denali National Park and Preserve.
On average, women earned about 72% of what men earned in Alaska in 2019.