This summer is shaping up to be another quiet tourism season in Unalaska.
City officials will shift to a monthly schedule for community updates on COVID-19 after today.
The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation says most areas in the Y-K Delta still have either substantial or high transmission.
Medical workers at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital say the hospital’s capacity is being strained by high COVID-19 rates, and the community should be more alarmed.
By the end of the day Saturday, there were 71 budget amendments submitted. It’s not clear how many of the 52 remaining amendments will be debated.
The CCFR fire chief said the program that provides general care and follow-up care in the field is one of the most exciting programs he’s seen after almost 30 years in fire service.
Translator Yeng Tao says it’s getting more and more difficult to find Hmong Alaskans willing to get vaccinated.
Kevin Benson, Bartlett’s chief financial officer, said that even before the hospital started seeing revenue again, Bartlett was breaking even, thanks to federal relief money.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday blocked consideration of a waiver that would have allowed foreign-flagged cruise ships to visit Alaska ports this summer.
Workers in Tuluksak installed a system with extra filtration to provide cleaner water intended for drinking. But up until mid-April, most people in Tuluksak didn’t get to drink the water from this second system.