Bethel has a new mandate requiring people arriving at the Alaska Airlines terminal to be tested for COVID-19 — and requiring cab drivers to check.
The policies identify specific examples of “sexual grooming” behavior and spell out how the district should respond to reports of it.
Families without personal generators have seen their freezers thaw out and watched a summer’s worth of subsistence harvest go to waste.
Kasigluk couldn’t get help from nearby villages to fight the flames because the community is locked down to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Community artist Madelene Reichard said “we will repaint it 1,000 times if we have to” after someone vandalized the dumpster.
The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation announced 17 new cases on Aug. 22 and 23, marking the region’s biggest spike in cases to date.
Lawmakers suggested the governor limit group gatherings, institute a statewide mask mandate in places where people can’t physically distance and restrict capacity indoors in public spaces.
Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation announced 15 cases last week, the biggest spike in positive cases since the pandemic began.
CARES Act funds must be used in response to the pandemic, or else they’ll have to be paid back. But there’s some disagreement among tribes about what is an allowable expense.
COVID-19 caused construction delays, but now CARES Act funding will pay for five additional homes.