What’s happening at the Malaspina Glacier may be the largest landscape transformation underway in the United States.
The shop’s owner said that “Heather Lende pretty much saved the bookstore for the summer.”
Last year Haines police got 185 bear-related calls, which was more than double the 2018 number. This year there have already been more than 200.
Skagway Mayor Andrew Cremata says year-round work that’s not tied to the tourist industry is especially attractive, in light of the pandemic.
Nelson said he won first prize for his float, but nine days after the parade he was cited for driving without a license.
Gretchen Wehmhoff and Melinda Munson bought the Skagway News in March, not long before Canada’s border closed to non-essential travel.
Alaska Fish and Game says the chum run is essentially over.
Public health’s best weapon against syphilis is contact tracing, but the department is overwhelmed with COVID-19.
Health care professionals are urging people to get checked elsewhere if they can.
Starting July 31, people driving to Alaska from the Lower 48 will only be able to enter Canada through one of five border crossings.