They’re bigger than a tiny house and smaller than a conventional one, but built to the same standards. There’s a bedroom, small bathroom and basic kitchen.
Sealaska Heritage Institute recently announced the opera’s development which will be based on the true story of the Tlingit-Russian War in 1802 and 1804.
Alaska will offer tourists vaccinations starting on June 1 as part of the state’s plan to assist tourism-related businesses.
Most U.S. retailers were caught off-guard by last year’s spike in demand, and this year bikes could be just as scarce.
The aerospace and technology company is looking at building key parts of its satellite network for a project aimed at providing high-speed internet, even in sparsely populated areas.
Competitors are not eliminated if they spell a word wrong. Instead, the winner is the person who spells the most words correctly.
Video footage indicates that as many as 60 people could have been exposed at the Norwegian Rat that night.
The Dunleavy administration is no longer seeking private vendors to replace six state-run Division of Motor Vehicles offices.
Young, drawing on Alaska’s example, said the partisan tilt of Puerto Rico’s electorate shouldn’t guide the decision.
Mekoryuk is the first community in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta — and likely the first in Alaska — to possibly reach total vaccination for everyone aged 16 and older.
The extra two days of operation is in appreciation of all their guests and regulars that enjoyed the mountain this season.
People working on behalf of Anchorage’s government contacted individuals about COVID-19 vaccine information, according to the governor’s office. The municipality received the names and contact information from state Department of Health and Social Services staff, the office said.
Rep. Gary Knopp’s widow has filed a counter complaint against High Adventure Air Charters, the Soldotna company whose plane collided with Knopp’s last summer.
On Monday, an administrative law judge issued a recommendation that the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation rescinds a state water quality certificate that was issued to the Donlin Gold mine in 2018. The certificate is required under the Clean Water Act. Here’s what rescinding the certificate could mean for the proposed mine, and how the parties…
The City of Fairbanks is asking that the Fairbanks Four federal civil rights case be considered in two stages, starting with a ruling on the validity of the 2015 prison release agreement that barred the men from suing the city or state.