The auto center closed to the public earlier this week after an employee tested positive and the state says the risk to people who visited the store is low.
All over town, people have planned alternatives to traditional Halloween activities and rigged up contraptions to deliver candy to costumed kids while socially distant.
The Trump administration’s decision could be reversed through a court challenge or an act of Congress. Alternatively, another presidential administration could revisit the rule — but that would require public comment, meetings and another multi-year process.
Charles “Chuck” Bill has been with Bartlett Regional Hospital for six years.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s latest COVID-19 press conference is scheduled for 5 p.m. today. The governor, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Commissioner Adam Crum, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink, Chief Epidemiologist Dr. Joe McLaughlin and DHSS Public Health Director Heidi Hedberg are scheduled to appear. In previous conferences, they have shared updates…
The student is in one of the fifth-grade classes at the elementary school. As a result, all fifth graders are instructed to quarantine for two weeks as well as their identified close contacts.
Wednesday’s announcement, in a preliminary version of a government publication called the Federal Register, was broadly expected.
The fish was supplied and packaged by Orca Bay Foods. Since 2017 the Seattle area-based processor has been wholly owned by Sealaska, whose Alaska Native shareholders live in Southeast Alaska and the greater Pacific Northwest.
Under a proposal by the Department of Fish and Game, rural residents eligible for federal subsistence will be able to hunt wolves from Oct. 31 until the end of November. The state’s hunt for non-rural residents wouldn’t open.
Juneau officials want the public to take more proactive steps to help health workers trace contacts, which is critical to limit the disease’s spread.