The order, which goes into effect on Dec. 1 at 8:00 a.m., closes bars and restaurants except for takeout, delivery or outdoor service.
“With more nurses and doctors, and everyone down to our housekeepers, out sick, that just puts additional strain on the system,” she said. “And not just in my hospital, but kind of all over the state.”
Amid months of uncertainty and pandemic disruptions, Anchorage restaurant owners say demand for Thanksgiving dinner to-go has been an unexpected boost for business.
Liz Snyder of Anchorage is the only Democrat, as well as the only woman of 13 new legislators.
A 31% increase in cases in Anchorage over the last week, combined with the noncooperation of some residents, has significantly reduced the proportion of people that the city can contact.
Not only were fishermen catching fewer fish, in many cases they were getting paid less for them. Processors faced steep bills for implementing COVID mitigation strategies, and the value of sockeye was the lowest it’s been in more than 10 years.
Soldotna Republican Sen. Peter Micciche helped organize a meeting of the Senate Republicans on Nov. 13. He said he’s “very optimistic” that the Republicans will be forming a majority.
The C Change Group, the firm proposing the project at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, could also end up building a hangar or cargo warehouse in a future construction phase.
Organizers announced this week that it’s too risky to hold the sprint races through the city during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Marine Mammal Commission estimated that 1,300 belugas were in Cook Inlet in 1972. Now there are fewer than 269 whales left.