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  • Lunchtime Chats with Tlingit & Haida Jul 9, 2020
      Date: Thursday, July 9, 2020 Time: Noon – 1 PM (AKST) Topic: Child Care & Child Development Services Location: Facebook Live Event (   Don’t forget to join us on Facebook tomorrow for a Lunchtime Chat on Tlingit & Haida’s child care and child development services!   The Lunchtime Chats are a Facebook Live […]
  • One in Kasilof Arrested on Drug/Assault Charges after Disturbance Call Jul 9, 2020
      Alaska State Troopers say that a K9 team responded to a disturbance call at 7:47 pm on Wednesday evening to find that a male and female got into an altercation with a suspect later identified as 36-year-old James Shannon Virgial Pearce on Cache Street in Kasilof. When they arrived at the scene, they found […]
  • Fossil Jawbone From Alaska is a Rare Case of a Juvenile Arctic Dromaeosaurid Dinosaur Jul 9, 2020
      This fossil is a clue to the history of how dinosaurs dispersed between continents, showing some dinosaurs likely nested in the far north A small piece of fossil jawbone from Alaska represents a rare example of juvenile dromaeosaurid dinosaur remains from the Arctic, according to a study published July 8, 2020 in the open-access […]
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  • Alaska National Guard Rescues Three Individuals During Two Overlapping Missions Jul 9, 2020
      JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska — The Alaska Air National Guard rescued three people on two separate occasions July 7. The first rescue mission involved an aircraft crash 16 miles east of Farewell Lake, and the second was a medevac mission for a woman experiencing life-threatening medical complications in Seward. The first mission was opened […]
  • Fourth-of-July DUI High Visibility Enforcement Campaign Results Are In Jul 9, 2020
      July 8, 2020 (Statewide) – The statistics are in for this summer’s Fourth-of-July Holiday DUI High Visibility Enforcement Campaign, which occurred from July 3 through July 6. The good news: DUIs were down from 10 misdemeanor and one felony arrest last summer to 8 misdemeanor and no felony arrests this summer. Troopers investigated no […]
  • Kodiak Drug Dealer/Substitute Teacher Sentenced to a Year and a Half in Federal Prison Jul 9, 2020
      U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder announced on Wednesday that Kodiak man, Luke Bunting, age 23, went before U.S. District Judge Timothy Burgess for sentencing on Tuesday. According to the Department of Justice, Judge Burgess sentenced Bunting to 18 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release that includes 6 months of home confinement […]
  • CDC to Issue New School Guidelines After Trump Criticism Jul 9, 2020
      Federal health officials will issue new guidelines for reopening U.S. schools after President Donald Trump criticized the current recommendations as tough, expensive and impractical. The coronavirus pandemic forced nearly all public and private schools in the United States to lock their doors, and Trump is threatening to cut federal funding to schools that stay shut.  […]
  • Alaska COVID-19 Count July 8th Jul 9, 2020
      CASE COUNT SUMMARY, Wednesday, July 8, 2020 DHSS today announced 49 new people with COVID-19 in Alaska. 40 are residents in 12 communities: Anchorage (17), City of Kenai (6), North Pole (3), Palmer (3), Soldotna (3), Fairbanks (2), Chugiak (1), Cordova (1), Unalaska (1), Eagle River (1), Kusilvak Census Area (1) and Northwest Arctic […]
  • Trump Health Secretary Says US Healthcare Workers ‘Don’t Get Infected’ With Covid-19 (94,000 Have Contracted the Virus) Jul 8, 2020
      While the true toll Covid-19 has taken on healthcare workers is not yet known, one investigation found that more than 760 have died from the virus. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar on Tuesday falsely claimed that healthcare workers “don’t get infected” with Covid-19 “because they take appropriate precautions” as he attempted to […]

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