A spokesperson said DOT is well aware of problems with the Wolff Point slope and that it was one of many sites in Southeast with rockfall issues.
Storms and low temperatures have stressed drinking water systems across the southern panhandle.
The change is part of a larger trend toward providing less detailed information about the pandemic to the public.
In-person learning in Craig is scheduled to resume Jan. 17, but the superintendent says that could change.
As always, first place is $10,000. Second place is a set of steak knives.
Normal rates will be in effect for cars and trucks.
All but two of Ketchikan’s recorded COVID-19 deaths have come since the start of August.
Public health officials say the tests offer another layer of protection for those worried about spreading COVID-19 to vulnerable relatives around the holidays.
The Metlakatla Indian Community tribal government argues that a 1891 law gives its modern-day members unfettered rights to commercially fish around Ketchikan and Prince of Wales Island.
Municipalities across the country have until Jan. 2 to join the settlement.