The City and Borough of Juneau invited a group of panelists for the event that includes Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink.
Juneau’s April allocation for vaccines will be 3,440 doses, which city leaders will divvy up between the hospital, local pharmacies and city-run vaccine clinics
City officials are asking Ketchikan’s city council to consider layoffs to help close a nearly $9 million hole in the city budget.
Alaska Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink and local experts will be available for the community’s vaccine questions on March 24.
The boat departs from Allen Marine’s Auke Bay dock today at 1 p.m.
Soldotna is waiting on a federal grant to remove beetle kill trees that could fall and pose a fire risk.
On Thursday morning, the Skagway Development Corporation and Skagway Visitor Department hosted a virtual town hall meeting with Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan.
Registration for Juneau’s next vaccine clinic opens on Monday, March 15 at noon.
Community members have another chance to weigh in tonight on the potential transfer of Tongass National Forest land to five new urban Native corporations.
So far, 1309 Juneau residents and people in Juneau have tested positive for the virus, including two new cases announced Tuesday. The vast majority have recovered, but five people have died.