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The state of Alaska is trying to dispose of a 58-year-old ferry.
The book is a re-issue in X̱aad Kíl of a previously released traditional story.
State records 49% more cases in 2020
Courts asked to advise.
As part of the initiative, a final report from agency staff is due by April 1, 2022.
Expect 1-3 inches of rain
His 2018 arrest turned up drugs, guns, and thousands in cash.
A second candidate files to run for District 1 position.
Shutdown remains possible.
Hands-on training is necessary to keep skills sharp and personnel ready.
Ships expected late July.
Kelly Stewart accepts interim role
Police say shooting happened early Saturday morning.
11th Maritime Festival among first major in-person events in the city since the pandemic.
In Alaska, providers are looking at their own improvments to access.
The two-acre exotic tree plantation is part of a much-larger “boreal arboretum” on the UAF campus.
‘One heck of a week.’
Fagan became the first woman to hold the rank of admiral in the Coast Guard.
More than 100 aircraft from three countries will be involved.
Users of the Montana Creek area have a lot to say.