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Legislature is stalled.
The public has until Friday to make comments on the plan that manages the Kachemak Bay State Park and Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park. The… Continue reading
Acting AG since August.
JUNEAU — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday said it has issued leases covering nearly 685 square miles in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife… Continue reading
They’ll try again Wednesday.
State reports 24 new resident COVID-19 deaths, 167 new cases Wednesday
Time is short.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported 296 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, eight of which are among nonresidents. The state reported… Continue reading
State opens up vaccine opportunity early for Alaskans 65 and older
Dunleavy’s budget would draw about $6 billion from the Permanent Fund’s Earnings Reserve Account
Cases on Kenai Peninsula continue downward trend
State opens up vaccine opportunity early for Alaskans 65 and older.
Positivity rate statewide continues to drop
The department did not identify the man.
12,202 total COVID-19 vaccinations had been given in Alaska as of Sunday
Cases dropped from 92 to 74 in 14-day average reports.
And then there were two?
Inoculation of hospital staff and long term care residents begins Thursday
Alaska’s election comes out clean.
Proposal to phase out Tutka Bay Lagoon Hatchery draws ire