Two inmates at the Lemon Creek Correctional Facility in Juneau tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday. According to the city, both had recently been admitted to the facility and were in quarantine, so they didn’t have contact with other inmates. An Alaska Department of Corrections spokesperson didn’t immediately return an email seeking more information about…
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Both sides of the newly revamped ambulance feature Tlingit formline design symbolizing the human power of healing.
Students and their families are getting familiar with using Zoom, saying the word “asynchronous” and making other changes for school days without in-person classes.
According to the charges, part of the scheme involved charging Conoco for pipe inspections and filling out time cards for inspectors who did not exist.
State Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Tamika Ledbetter said eligible Alaskans can expect to receive payments dating back to July. She said most of the delay is due to the need to start a new program.