Last year, Sitka became one of the first cities in the country to introduce a set of tiny home friendly code changes.
Travel Juneau’s Liz Perry says that if any large ships come to Alaska in 2021, it’ll be very late in the season.
On a statewide call last month, Department of Health and Social Services officials said they believe the authorization will come by the end of this month at the latest.
It’s not all about dressing up and checking out the latest trends. Event organizers hope to educate people about fast fashion and sustainability.
An invasive fungus is threatening Alaska’s frogs, toads, newts and salamanders.
At least 23 cases have been linked to the Bill Weiss Tournament that was held alongside another tournament at Ketchikan High School in late April.
Reforming the Alaska Marine Highway System has been a priority of coastal legislators who want more autonomy for the state ferry system.
Dunleavy said many veterans or their heirs would be able to receive land that’s closer to their homes than they would receive under a delayed federal program.
The form was intended to get a better sense of resident attitudes and concerns about getting the shot.
The games were postponed after several attendees at a school-sponsored wrestling tournament tested positive for COVID-19, briefly shutting down the school.