Kinross Gold plans to run up to 192 trucks a day along the route, each pulling two trailers and weighing some 70 tons.
Tok Transportation co-owner Gerald Blackard says the bus ran its routes every day that classes were in session last year.
The Dunleavy administration is no longer seeking private vendors to replace six state-run Division of Motor Vehicles offices.
Tanana Chiefs has been vaccinating Fairbanks North Star Borough School District workers since late February. In March, the organization began offering the vaccine to any borough resident age 16 or older.
It will be up to lawmakers how much to allocate to the Division of Motor Vehicles when they convene in the Capitol in the New Year.
Tonight is the second of two live debates featuring the most hotly contested legislative races on the ballot beginning at 7 p.m.
The Alaska Division of Forestry is warning Alaskans in the Southcentral region of the state about high fire danger. The state agency says over a dozen wildfires cropped up around the state over the weekend.
After Preliminary tests, AP&T believes it can save money by using a blend of diesel and liquefied natural gas for fuel to produce electricity. AP&T officials hope to try the approach in the future. They say it won’t be feasible until the price of diesel rises and the cost to transport LNG goes down.
A wildfire caused by lightning in the interior is burning near the Village of Dot Lake.
The Ceremonial start of the 43rd Iditarod Monday filled Downtown Anchorage with dogs, fans, and snow trucked in from Goose Lake.