Now that people are hunkered down because of COVID-19, more customers are buying groceries online — which isn’t possible for everyone.
“Social distancing in a correctional setting is a challenge, but we’re really doing the best that we can,” Corrections spokeswoman Sarah Gallagher said.
A memo from the state of Alaska asks that child care facilities remain open if they can do so safely.
Thousands of Alaska parents are in a tailspin as they scramble to find care for their kids during the global coronavirus pandemic that has closed public schools across the state.
Imagine this: Your parents are in their 80s. They both have chronic health conditions. And they’re stuck on a cruise ship with people who have the coronavirus — and they can’t get off.
At local clinics and hospitals, doctors are fielding lots of questions about coronavirus. Many say they’re counseling patients to take COVID-19 seriously, but not to panic.
They tried talking things through with Abby. They got her into counseling briefly. They reported a store they suspected of selling booze to her daughter and other teenagers. And eventually, tough love.
The new books will be released during the Dec. 6 Gallery Walk in Juneau. Sealaska Heritage Institute will also host a Baby Raven Reads event open to the public that night.
The last day to ride the Mount Roberts Tramway for 2019 was Wednesday, Oct. 2.
The school closed long ago. There is no city or tribal council. A proposed mine nearby could change all that. But what’s the risk?