Update: COVID-19 infection total in Alaska reaches 38,707

Update: Infections of the novel coronavirus pandemic keep rising, with 580 new infections confirmed on Monday, Dec. 7, after a record 933 cases earlier in the week, state health officials said.

Update: COVID-19 infection total in Alaska reaches 35,325

Update: Infections from the novel coronavirus pandemic care continuing their rapid spread throughout Alaska, with 756 new cases.

USACE denies critical permit for proposed Pebble mine

A final federal decision issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denies a critical clean water permit for the proposed Pebble mine, leaving out on a limb a project fought over in public hearings and court battles for well over a decade.

Farewell to Sen. Kerttula, a good friend of Cordova

A child of the Great Depression who rose to become the Speaker of the House and later president of the Senate in the Alaska Legislature, Jalmar Kerttula had a passion for his adopted state, and a special place in his heart for Cordova.

UPDATE: COVID-19 infection total in Alaska reaches 30,102

Update: Infections from the novel coronavirus pandemic continue their rapid spread throughout Alaska on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, with state health officials confirming 633 new cases, including an additional single new case in the Valdez-Cordova Census Area.

Update: Triple-digit new coronavirus cases now in 54th day

Update: A total 24,399 people have been infected in Alaska to date, including 23,240 residents and 1,159 nonresidents.

Update: Alaska infection total rises to 20,832

Update: As novel coronavirus cases and deaths soar, state officials are imploring Alaskans to mask up and socially distance. A total of 20,832 people have been infected in Alaska to date, including 19,712 residents and 1,120 nonresidents. New cases have been in the triple digits for 48 days.

Thousands of absentee ballots are still not counted

It could be many days before Alaskans know the real winners in the cliffhanger general election of 2020, what with thousands and thousands of ballots still to be counted, and that doesn’t even include some 40,000 absentee ballots not yet returned.

Update: Statewide COVID-19 infections reach 17,448

Update: Pandemic infections keep rising in the triple digits in Alaska, with 382 new cases on Tuesday, Nov. 3, pushing the statewide total of those diagnosed with COVID-19 in the state to 17,448.

Update: Statewide COVID-19 infections reach 14,413

Update: A surge in the spread of COVID-19 in Alaska continued in triple digits for a 33rd day, with 348 newly infected.

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