Megan O’Leary, who coached Jacoby in Seward, said Jacoby had her eyes on the gold before she jumped in the pool. “She texted me before her race and she said, ‘I want it,'” she said. “And I was like, ‘Then you got it.’”
This summer has been one of the colder summers the region has had in the last few years. But when compared with summers over the last several decades, it’s still among the hottest.
Peonies are usually ready to pick in early July. But due to this year’s colder weather and the lack of sun, they’re still not ready in the middle of the month.
Educators on the Kenai Peninsula said the debate over incorporating critical race theory into public schools is a red herring.
The new data has allowed researchers to drop their worst-case estimates for Whittier from a 30-foot wave to a 7-foot wave.
The Alaska Library Catalog facilitates borrowing and lending among member libraries across Alaska.
The federal Department of Energy announced last week that it’s ordering a supplemental environmental review of the Alaska LNG project.
Safety boards have cited fatigue as a factor in many fishing boat crashes, like the grounding of the Savannah Ray off Kodiak in 2015 and a deadly collision near La Push, Wash. in 2012.
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Starting this month, Alaska Medicaid can no longer deny coverage to transgender Alaskans undergoing gender-affirming treatment.