With cases rising in Alaska, seafood companies must now work to keep residents from infecting seasonal workers.
Independent investigation found health records attributing routine exams to dentists who did not perform them.
The OBI Seafoods plant’s 260 workers include residents and non-residents. Workers with positive tests are moving to Anchorage.
In Bristol Bay, the seafood industry has succeeded in keeping its seasonal workers and fishermen from infecting Alaska residents.
The event was held on the White House lawn, where a huge crane appeared to be lifting a set of weights out of the back of a pickup truck — a symbol of the Trump administration’s efforts to lift the weight of federal regulations.
Alyse Galvin, an independent who got 46.5% of votes when she ran against GOP U.S. Rep. Don Young two years ago, raised $690,000 between April 1 and June 30, leaving her with $1.4 million in her accounts.
The sale to Float Shuttle has been cleared by federal bankruptcy court, the company says, and the new owners aim to have federal approval to resume flying in about a month.
After more than five hours of delays and discussions with potential customers, a Ravn attorney told a teleconference full of aviation executives that the auction was off.
Numbers for the Alaska State Troopers, however, have not changed significantly in recent years, though “our efforts have been significant,” spokeswoman Megan Peters wrote in an email.
A federal fisheries management agency has barred some of its employees from making formal references to the COVID-19 pandemic without preapproval from leadership, according to an internal agency document. The National Marine Fisheries Service, part of the Commerce Department, manages federal fish stocks in partnership with appointed regional councils. Fishing crews and seafood businesses have been…