Applications will be accepted during a two-month window that opens March 1, and payments could come as early as June.
Petersburg Medical Center leadership said on Tuesday that staff had been working around the clock.
For more than two decades, companies have hoped to export Sitka’s water and market it globally. None of those efforts have come to fruition.
Some Ketchikan businesses managed to limp through 2020 but wonder how they’ll survive a second season without cruise visitors.
Mt. Edgecumbe High School celebrated Gil Truitt Day on Tuesday and honored the Tlingit elder and local historian with a plaque dedication and tribute.
Young’s legislation, called the Alaska Tourism Recovery Act, proposes a temporary workaround that would make roundtrip voyages between Alaska and Washington a foreign voyage under U.S. law.
Darcy Mallory woke up at about 4:30 a.m. to the sound of her partner shouting “Fire!” Her son, three dogs and a cat were all inside the burning house.
The Wrangell-bound Boeing 737-790 turned back about five minutes after taking off “out of an abundance of caution,” according to the airline.
It’s not clear how much the state is now asking for them. The two 235-foot catamarans cost $68 million new.
Petersburg incident commander Karl Hagerman said community spread appears to be happening in multiple settings and locations.