As national dialogues on race continue to evolve, the Juneau school district is grappling with how to best address race and equity in the classroom.
Usually in the summer, there’s a drop in demand for services for people experiencing homelessness. But local housing providers say that hasn’t happened this year.
The mayor’s Emergency Order 13 explicitly states that the order does not require a person with a disability to produce medical documentation verifying the stated condition or disability.
According to the plan, students will be physically in the classroom four days a week for half days.
When assembly members voted 5 to 4 last week to hold the fireworks, they did it with the understanding that the city would also require people to wear face masks while attending the event.
Ray Rusaw got the idea to organize a short parade in the Mendenhall Valley after the city’s downtown event was canceled in response to COVID-19. But without a permit, he and other participants could risk citations.
Two members of Blackwater Railroad Company tested positive for the coronavirus and performed an in-person show while at least one of them was potentially infectious.
Rainforest Recovery Center closed for inpatient care in March due to COVID-19 health concerns, sending 11 patients home or to other facilities.
The mask fits similar to those worn in public to protect people from contracting COVID-19.
Mayor Ethan Berkowitz announced a mask mandate Friday for Anchorage that will apply to indoor, public spaces like restaurants, stores and public transit.