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Pro-lifers oppose Planned Parenthood in Sitka’s middle school

Pro-lifers oppose Planned Parenthood in Sitka’s middle schoolA pro-life group remains concerned over Planned Parenthood’s involvement in health instruction at Blatchley Middle School last fall, even though the curriculum is no longer being taught.

Feds Ask King Cove to Weigh In on Road Alternatives

Feds Ask King Cove to Weigh In on Road AlternativesInterior Secretary Sally Jewell has asked officials from King Cove for an alternative to the road.

Alaska’s health insurers call marketplace enrollment figures disappointing

In Alaska, the final numbers aren’t in yet. The two insurers on the state’s federally run marketplace are reporting they had 7,500 enrollees by mid March.

Bartlett Regional Hospital board to begin CEO deliberations

Bartlett Regional Hospital board to begin CEO deliberationsFive candidates interviewed last week for the position of Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO.

Alaska legislature forwards Erin’s Law

Alaska legislature forwards Erin’s LawHouse Bill 233, requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, gets bipartisan support.

Final days to enroll in health insurance

Final days to enroll in health insuranceThe Obama administration wants to make sure that if you try to enroll for health care by March 31, you will get it, even if you haven’t quite finished the application process.

Two Alaskans, two very different Affordable Care Act experiences

Two Alaskans, two very different Affordable Care Act experiencesAs Alaskans navigate the complicated health law, two people have had very different experiences.

Juneau ranked healthiest community in Alaska, again

Juneau ranked healthiest community in Alaska, againThe borough excelled in healthy behavior and clinical care.

Fairbanks lawmaker’s birth control comments spark criticism

Fairbanks lawmaker’s birth control comments spark criticismA Fairbanks state senator has been labeled as an enemy in the “war on women” by national media outlets for comments he made about birth control.

Group seeks to prevent suicide through paddle-making

Group seeks to prevent suicide through paddle-making Last weekend, the One People Canoe Society held a two-day paddle-making workshop in Wrangell.