The closure of the Cold Bay airport is the first of its kind during the pandemic, according to the Alaska Department of Transportation.
The order, which goes into effect on Dec. 1 at 8:00 a.m., closes bars and restaurants except for takeout, delivery or outdoor service.
In a remote community like St. Paul Island, disruptions of daily social interactions can be especially devastating.
With the week-to-week travel required for the World Cup circuit, there’s no way for skiing to follow the “bubble” model that was successfully implemented by the NBA.
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Job numbers in the state’s oil and gas industry haven’t been this low for more than 30 years.
Three big programs are competing for what remains of the city’s CARES Act money: direct payments, business grants and housing and utility assistance.
The policy is for travel by any means off Mitkof Island — by plane, boat or ferry
The number of hospitalizations in Alaska because of COVID-19 also reached record levels.
With deadline looming, Dunleavy and legislative leaders exchange letters on a potential special session
A law passed in March extended the governor’s disaster declaration until Nov. 15. Health care and municipal organizations recently urged another extension, saying the declaration is needed to allow them to better respond to the pandemic.
The student is in one of the fifth-grade classes at the elementary school. As a result, all fifth graders are instructed to quarantine for two weeks as well as their identified close contacts.