With fisherman caught in middle, state and feds promise more cooperation on fishing regulations

The word “confusion” came up a lot in a meeting with state and federal managers to describe the state’s June 28 Kuskokwim River opening.

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Rep. Young requests a few earmarks — 15 years after his ‘Bridge to Nowhere’ made earmarking taboo

What’s not on Young’s list? One very large bridge from Ketchikan to Gravina Island, where the city’s airport is.

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A year in: Alaskans recount the moment they knew the coronavirus would change everything

It seems everyone had a moment when the pandemic hit home — when we realized the coronavirus was not going away quickly and would change everything.

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Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson to head Alaska Native health consortium

Former Lt. Gov. Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson will take over as interim president of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, after its previous president resigned last month.

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After waking from coma, COVID-19 survivor returns home to Pilot Station

Nastasia ‘Bea’ Xavier’s doctor said he had only seen a handful of patients as sick as her and that “there were many times where it was hour-to-hour.”

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