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As for timing, the senator said, “our priority this week must be to ensure safety in Washington, D.C.”
In Juneau, the event will be marked with beer drops, deals and a scavenger hunt.
Testing sites and other COVID-19 operations will continue, officials say, but infections are trending down.
Be careful and plan for the possibility of an extended road closure.
Tribal leaders say a proposal to break up the Department of Health and Social Services would worsen outcomes.
Public input is helping craft a vision for the park’s voter-approved facelift.
Get up there. Good weekday conditions precede a rough forecast for the weekend.
But he called last week’s siege of the U.S. Capitol “an act of terror against American democracy.”
Time is short.
Sometimes you don’t need to even leave the house to see something interesting.
Many of us spent time this year hiking trails without large crowds. That would change.
Local mariculture operation introduces new flavors to the capital city
The big decrease in infections means more city services are now available.
The corporation announced Monday that it would focus on healthy ocean-based industries.
Alaska’s perennial problems are likely to dominate the session that starts next week, lawmakers say.
The Assembly faces obstacles in setting local health protocols for visitors.
In-person learning resumed for some elementary and middle school students on Monday.
The Legislative Council had argued that appointments presented early last year lapsed in December.
While there was high demand in Juneau, the state’s vaccine website proved frustrating for many.
Meanwhile, Alaska’s delegation has been mostly quiet on the issue of impeachment.