The owners of Alaska Pure Sea Salt Company recently revamped their website in a bid to gain more online commerce. With their new web presence prepared for heavier traffic, the couple took to social media to promote their product and get the word out about their salt.
Zara Rutherford, 19, is attempting to be the youngest woman to fly solo around the world. She hopes to show other girls and young women they can fly, too. And, to inspire them to get into science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
Alaska Probiotics will host a fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 18 at its storefront on Franklin Street.
Twitchell says this dark chapter in history has recently pushed into the mainstream consciousness, but he’s heard stories for years.
About a third of Bartlett Regional Hospital’s beds are occupied by patients with illnesses related to COVID infections. Six of its seven beds in its COVID wing were full on Friday morning.
Sealaska Corporation and The Nature Conservancy have set aside $10 and $7 million respectively in seed money to help support the fund.
Catholic Social Services CEO Lisa Aquino says the refugee program’s staff and volunteers will help with things like finding housing and employment, as well as learning English.
A new scientific report puts about half of the structures downtown at moderate to severe risk of landslide or avalanche.
The medical staff that practices at Providence declared Tuesday that they are in crisis and have begun rationing health care.
Carin Kircher of Valdez won $49,000 in cash while Kodiak student Ethan Benton received a $49,000 scholarship.
The state Thursday reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases, after setting a record high Wednesday.
The department is urging all Alaskans who have provided data to the department to act to protect themselves from identity theft.
A national teacher shortage left the Lower Kuskokwim School District scrambling. The district had dozens of positions to fill in only a few months, and looked to the Philippines for solutions.
Employees who are fully vaccinated or have had a documented case of COVID-19 in the past 90 days may opt out of the weekly screening test.
The shortest link between Southeast Alaska and the North American road system could open as early as next May.
The Biden administration set a goal of Sept. 20 for booster shots to be available to the general public. But that date has been in flux as officials and scientists debate the merits of a third shot.
Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation is struggling to find beds for all patients, not just those diagnosed with COVID-19. To decrease the chance of needing health care, Hodges warned against any activity that could pose a physical risk.