Gyms are adapting, but some still face financial strain as Alaskans opt out of indoor exercise.
Roger Holland criticizes Cathy Giessel’s leadership of the Senate, but she says her approach reflects the importance of compromise.
In this newscast: Juneau’s students are going back to school this week, but they’re not physically going back to school; With a renewed sense of urgency since the pandemic, an online Tlingit class works on the frontlines of language revitalization in Alaska; A fishing crew near Prince of Wales Island recently made an unusual catch — a Pacific green sea turtle; A flood warning for the Mendenhall Lake and Mendenhall River is in effect until at least 11 o’clock Monday.
Since 2007, walruses have been hauling out on land between their hunts. Before they’d populate sea ice patches, but that hasn’t been reliable in recent years.
Biden said he stands by the Environmental Protection Agency’s Obama-era proposal to block the project under the Clean Water Act.
Recommendations include a new staff position responsible for designing a city-backed child care program for the duration of the pandemic. Another is to pay employers to run on-site child care programs.
Alaska’s senators are among 17 co-sponsors of the bill, which would establish a $25 billion fund and free up other money for the postal service.
The owner said Kriner’s would be open Monday for takeout only.
The LeConte is expected to resume sailings this week. It includes runs between Juneau, Pelican, Angoon, Kane and Lynn Canal communities later this week.
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