Not only were fishermen catching fewer fish, in many cases they were getting paid less for them. Processors faced steep bills for implementing COVID mitigation strategies, and the value of sockeye was the lowest it’s been in more than 10 years.
Text messages and meeting notes show that behind the scenes, leaders of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources have been collaborating with Pebble to create the final piece of Pebble’s application.
The C Change Group, the firm proposing the project at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, could also end up building a hangar or cargo warehouse in a future construction phase.
Enrollment in neighborhood schools has decreased by 13% while the number of students in homeschool programs has nearly doubled, according to preliminary state data.
The victim in former Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson misconduct scandal says the governor’s office knew about the inappropriate texts for months before Clarkson’s resignation.
Two weeks into an outbreak, the number of COVID-19 cases at Goose Creek Correctional Center in Point MacKenzie keeps climbing.
Organizers announced this week that it’s too risky to hold the sprint races through the city during the coronavirus pandemic.
While a COVID-19 vaccine may be available in Alaska as soon as mid-December, there will be challenges with bringing it to people in rural areas.
Young said he was admitted to Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage over the weekend but has since been discharged.
With the week-to-week travel required for the World Cup circuit, there’s no way for skiing to follow the “bubble” model that was successfully implemented by the NBA.