Yute Commuter Services sent all of its planes to St. Mary’s to evacuate residents, and about 60 people arrived in Bethel on Thursday night.
The entirety of the community’s sewage lagoon has poured onto the surrounding tundra.
How will communities balance pandemic safety with the pressing need for economic recovery?
Gov. Dunleavy has yet to declare a state-level disaster to address Tuluksak’s water crisis. In doing so, he’s holding back up to $1 million in disaster relief funding for the village.
A long term recovery group is coordinating the various entities offering relief to Haines residents affected by December’s severe storm. But it’s been difficult to enact a plan without knowing what kinds of state and federal assistance will be available in the future.
Travelers entering Alaska by land or sea from out of state are required to complete COVID-19 testing procedures and travel declaration forms, state officials said on Saturday. The requirements have already been in place for about two weeks in several Alaska airports. “We wanted to make sure we have a process for those travelers that…
The figure represents just a partial accounting, with more information still being collected ahead of a formal request by the state for federal relief money.
The ‘Quake Cottage,’ an earthquake simulator, is scheduled to visit 10 communities in Southeast Alaska and the Yukon for the first time ever this fall.
Emergency officials in Juneau are testing their response to a cruise ship security threat today.