This year’s convention will be held from Oct. 20-22 at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage.
Gerace doesn’t have a master’s degree, let alone two, records show. And he isn’t a member of the National Guard, either.
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In this newscast: Alaska’s first Ironman triathlon was in Juneau on Sunday; A Wyoming couple discovers a time capsule from 2006 at Mendenhall Lake; The Alaska Federation of Natives plans to hold its first in-person convention this October since 2019; Ketchikan parents sue their school district over a reference to “our creator” in tribal values posted in school; For the seventh time this year, an inmate in the custody of the Alaska Department of Corrections has died; Two Anchorage police officers violated department policy during a traffic stop when a woman handed them a novelty “white privilege” card; Demolition has begun on the iconic 4th Avenue Theatre in Anchorage
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Locals in Juneau loaned out their own personal bikes, opened up their homes to house athletes, even offered free car rides around town.
When President Chalyee Éesh Richard Peterson looks at the list of 14 traditional tribal values, he doesn’t see anything exclusive to one religion.
Bat studies in Alaska are a burgeoning area of research.
Among households that had a serious illness in the past year, one in five respondents said they had trouble accessing care during the pandemic.
The new case involves an adult male who began experiencing symptoms within the last week. Both cases are in Anchorage and neither has required hospitalization.