As of Wednesday, Aug. 12, all 17 of Cordova’s novel coronavirus cases have recovered, officials announced.
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) proposed Alaska Marine Highway System (AHMS) operating plan for October 2020 through April 2021 is now available for public review and comment through Friday, Aug. 14.
Board members of the Alaska Federation of Natives have voted to take their 2020 annual convention online, over health and safety concerns prompted by the continuing spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic in Alaska.
Federal funds totaling nearly $16 million have been awarded to Alaska Native organizations to provide health care initiatives and community projects to combat the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
With its savings virtually exhausted, Alaska is faced with difficult decisions, writes Sen. Gary Stevens
State health officials say Alaska is experiencing a growing outbreak of syphilis, with the number of cases more than doubled in 2019 over 2018.
A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators are co-sponsoring legislation to provide the U.S. Postal Service with up to $25 billion to help address revenue losses and cover operational expenses resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Picture this. You’re sitting at home when you get a telephone call from an unknown number. When you answer, the caller on the other end informs you that a police officer will soon be at your doorstep to arrest you.
“Our goal is to get students and staff in the building just as soon as we can, in as safe a manner as we can,” Superintendent Alex Russin said. “Unfortunately, that’s not a straightforward, easy thing to consider.”
In 1919, Health Officer W.H. Chase wrote in with advice to Cordova on surviving a pandemic.