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Rescuers locate four people safe in HainesHaines, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers said searchers found four people presumed missing from Wednesday's landslide.

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Woman charged with hiring drug muleKetchikan, Alaska - A Ketchikan woman entered a guilty plea to charges she tried to hire a drug smuggler to bring heroin into Ketchikan.

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Lawsuit challenges Alaska's recently passed elections overhaul initiativeEdna Mathlaw of Bethel reads her ballot on Nov. 3, 2020 in Bethel, Alaska.

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Record rains recorded in JuneauJuneau, Alaska - Several southeast communities have broken rainfall records in the past 48 hours.

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Search for survivors of Haines landslide to resume at first lightA landslide in Haines swept houses, trees and debris across Beach Road and into the bay in front of town.

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Troopers make drug bust in KetchikanKetchikan, Alaska - Multiple agencies served a search warrant on a home in the Knudson Cove area and make arrests Wednesday.

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Recently Pardoned Flynn Shares Call for Trump to Declare Martial Law and Make Military Oversee New ElectionWow! Sounds a bit like a coup, responded one critic. A week after Michael Flynn secured a full pardon from President Donald Trump, the ex-national security adviser is under fire for sharing a call for his former boss to immediately declare a limited form of martial law, and temporarily suspend the Constitution and civilian control of these...

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Agency declines special protection request for tufted puffinJUNEAU, Alaska — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said the tufted puffin does not warrant Endangered Species Act protections.

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About 750 gallons cleaned up from Alaska diesel spillANCHORAGE, Alaska — About 750 gallons of diesel and water have been cleaned up after an Alaska oil spill that state Department of Environmental Conservation officials said occurred during a fuel tank transfer.

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Alaska town residents free entangled whale on ThanksgivingTenakee Springs, Alaska — Nineteen people in a small Alaska town on Thanksgiving cut free a whale tangled in buoys and crab pots off the city's coast.

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In last-minute push, Trump administration announces ANWR lease sale for Jan. 6In a last-minute push, the Trump administration announced Thursday that it plans to auction off drilling rights in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in just over a month, setting up a final showdown with opponents before President-elect Joe Biden takes office.

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Coast Guard responds to diesel spill in SelawikKODIAK, Alaska — The Coast Guard is responding to a report of a diesel discharge in Selawik, Alaska, Wednesday.

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Coast Guard responding to reports of landslides in HainesMultiple Coast Guard units from Southeast Alaska are currently making preparations to provide emergency support to the residents of Haines following several reports of mudslides in and around the town.

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CDC provides new guidance that allows for shortened COVID-19 quarantinesANCHORAGE — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised their quarantine guidance today to allow people who may have been exposed to COVID-19 to shorten their quarantine period from 14 days to as few as 7 days with a negative COVID-19 test.

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December 3rd, 1906Frank H Waskey is elected as the District of Alaska's first delegate to Congress.

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Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Dec. 2, 2020DHSS today announced 689 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 679 were residents ), Wasilla , Palmer , Soldotna , Kenai , Kodiak , Eagle River , Fairbanks , Chugiak , Homer , Delta Junction , Big Lake , Houston , Kenai Peninsula Borough North , Seward , Sterling , Unalaska , Aleutians East Borough , Anchor.

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T&H Central Council urges help for Haines victimsJuneau, Alaska - Tlingit and Haida Central Council has announced a call to action to assist the victims of the Haines landslide.

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How residents at this Anchorage assisted-living home are hugging their families againIt’s the first time they’ve held hands since March. Aspen Creek set up the hugging wall as a way for residents to have some physical contact with loved ones after months staying at least 6 feet apart.

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UPDATE: 4 houses destroyed, 6 missing in HainesJuneau, Alaska - The landslide in Haines has been determined to be on Beach Road extension.

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Gov. Dunleavy, state agencies respond to Haines disasterJuneau, Alaska - Gov. Mike Dunleavy and his team were briefed by local Haines officials on the emergency response and immediate needs this evening.

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Ketchikan adds another 9 COVID-19 casesKetchikan, Alaska - There are nine new cases of COVID-19 in Ketchikan to report. Six of the nine cases are symptomatic.

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UPDATE: Home destroyed, people may be missing after landslideHaines, Alaska - One home is believed to have been destroyed and at least two people are unaccounted for after multiple mudslides in the Alaska community of Haines on Wednesday, authorities said.

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Black Awareness Association on Juneau AfternoonOn Thursday's show we'll hear a conversation curated by the Black Awareness Association of Juneau.

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There will be a recount on Friday in the Alaska House race Liz Snyder won by 13 votesRecounts have changed the outcome of four legislative races in Alaska history. Three of those changes broke ties.

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Coast Guard on the way to Haines after landslideJuneau, Alaska - Multiple Coast Guard units from Southeast Alaska are currently making preparations to provide emergency support to the residents of Haines following several reports of mudslides in and around the town.

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Emergency business grant applications accepted through December 9Juneau, Alaska - The Juneau Economic Development Council is hard at work implementing the $2 point 3 Million Extreme Hardship Business Development Grant program authorized by the Assembly.

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Lawsuit challenges Alaska's recently passed elections overhaul initiativeThe lawsuit says the measure violates provisions of the federal and state constitutions, including those related to political association and free speech.

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Small plane has crashed at JIA, occupant safeJuneau, Alaska - Capital City Fire Rescue responded to Juneau International Airport for a reported small plane crash.

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Ben MohrJeff was joined by Ben Mohr, the Executive Director of the Kenai River Sportfishing Association.

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House District 27 recount set for FridayJuneau, Alaska - A recount of a state House race lost by Anchorage Republican Rep.

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The Effects Of The Alaskan DarknessAre a family of 5 living life in North Pole, Alaska! Where Santa Claus House is right down the street!

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Bright holiday cheer planned downtown for the entirety of December thanks to DBA membersBrett Huchinson, the organization's Promotions Committee Chair, said their business owners have chipped in about $15,000 to light up all the roof lines to make downtown bright and light so that everybody knows Juneau's open for business during the holidays.

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CBJ reports 9 new COVID-19 cases in the boroughJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center is reporting nine new residents with COVID-19 in Juneau.

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Heavy rains damage town, CBJ closes some areasJuneau, Alaska - Due to the record amount of recent rainfall, mudslides and flooding have caused damage around town.

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UAF Receives $3.3 Million to Test Hydrokinetic Turbine PerformanceThe Alaska Center for Energy and Power has been awarded a $3.3 million federal grant to develop river turbine generators to lower the cost of energy.

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BREAKING: Landslide reported in Haines, at least 1 missingJuneau, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers and other agencies are on the ground in Haines.

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Lynden Air Cargo Delivers 'Clinic in a Can' to Western AlaskaLynden Air Cargo delivered a mobile medical facility, called "Clinic in a Can," to Western Alaska this fall bringing much-needed medical services to the small community of Naknek.

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Hoonah experiences road damage, water shortage after stormHoonah, Alaska - The City of Hoonah has experienced local street flooding from the heavy rains over the past 24 hours.

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Cbj Offers Upto $2k Covid-19 Grant For IndividualsJuneau, Alaska - Individuals in Juneau that have been financially harmed by the pandemic can soon apply for some relief through the COVID-19 Individual Assistance Grant Program.

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MRAK app for iPhones is live!Must Read Alaska also wishes to thank the two Republican women's clubs on the Kenai Peninsula for test-driving the app before we launched it: Kenai Peninsula Republican Women of Alaska in Soldotna, and Republican Women of the Kenai.

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Record-breaking rainfall leaves muddy mess across Southeast AlaskaHigh winds, flooding and landslides caused moderate to severe damage in communities across Southeast Alaska Wednesday, as an atmospheric river stalled over the region and brought record-breaking rain.

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Landslides and rising water across Southeast as rain breaks records and keeps fallingThe ground outside of the AWARE offices on Glacier Avenue in Juneau is covered in debris after a mudslide on December 2.

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Widespread flooding and destruction in Haines as landslides prompt evacuationsFlooding early Wednesday morning caused damage to Young Road, making it impassible.

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As record rains drown Southeast, damage appears worst in HainesHeavy rain led to flooding in Haines, washing out roads and damaging properties.

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19 more Alaskans hospitalized with COVID-19A scanning electron micrograph of a cell heavily infected with particles of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

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Ballot measure 2 challenged in courtA lawsuit filed by members of the Libertarian, Alaskan Independence and Republican parties challenges the constitutionality of a newly passed ballot measure that would end party primaries and institute ranked choice voting for general elections.

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Alaska Native leader Trefon Angasan passes away from complications of COVID-19Trefon Angasan, 73, held several prominent roles with the Bristol Bay Native Corporation, Bristol Bay Native Association and other capacities across the state.

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Large landslide in Haines prompts evacuations and a search for missing peopleThe Haines Borough requested helicopter backup from the Coast Guard and National Guard. Locals took out boats to help.

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Alaska Native leader Trefon Angasan passes away from complications due to COVID-19Angasan was the chairman of the Alaska Peninsula Corporation. He was also a founding member, and he served on the board for more than 42 years.

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Record rain brings floods and mudslides to JuneauCity workers are working to clean up mudslides and mitigate flooding in several parts of Juneau.

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Wind, rain batter Southeast Alaska as Craig officials warn against travel on landslide-prone roadPort St. Nicholas Road in Craig has seen at least four slides since late October.

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As pandemic worsens, Alaskans endure 'inexcusable' wait for reliefFrustration and impatience with Congress is building among out-of-work Alaskans and local leaders, who say the lack of a social safety net has made it far more painful to maintain the health mandates aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19.

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Small businesses that took PPP aid may face a tax problemA recent IRS ruling tying up a loose end in the 2020 economic-relief law could force many small businesses to pay taxes on government aid meant to help through the pandemic.

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Polar Star icebreaker to head north on rare wintertime Arctic missionSEATTLE — The global pandemic has resulted in a dramatic reshuffling of the annual cruise of the Coast Guard icebreaker Polar Star.

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Why US airlines are eager to fly Boeing's upgraded 737 MaxSEATTLE — Though Boeing's 737 Max will return to service at a bleak moment in the airline industry when the pandemic has dried up demand, some carriers want the plane flying again as soon as possible.

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OPINION: Missing the real storyToo bad for Anchorage Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is already receiving an Emmy for Best Impersonation of Effective Leadership in a Pandemic.

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Bristol Bay could boom again; SE pinks, chinook still downFor better or worse, recent trends in some of Alaska's primary salmon fisheries are likely to continue in 2021, according to early predictions from state biologists.

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Woman charged with making false accusation against copPetersburg, Alaska - Petersburg Police arrested two residents for allegedly providing false information during an investigation.

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Detours possible on morning commuteJuneau, Alaska - CBJ and state crews will be busy this morning cleaning up for a long night of wind and rain in Juneau.

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More than half of Goose Creek's 1,300 inmates have been infected with COVID-19Testing of the more than 1,300 inmates at the facility that began last week has shown that 480 currently have COVID-19, with 120 results still pending.

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December 2nd, 1980President Jimmy Carter signs Anilca into law.

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2 moderate earthquakes shake Aleutian communities in AlaskaANCHORAGE, Alaska — Two sizable earthquakes in the North Pacific shook several communities in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska but there have been no immediate reports of damage.

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Tribes eye program to address missing Native AmericansHELENA, Mont. — The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and the U.S. attorney for Montana launched a pilot project to improve the response to the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous people.

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Alaska man charged in the shooting deaths of aunt, 3 cousinsPalmer, Alaska - An Alaska man has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his aunt and three cousins.

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Alaska city watches wastewater for signs of coronavirusUNALASKA, Alaska — An Alaska city that is home to one of the nation's busiest fishing ports has included wastewater testing among the mitigation efforts that could help maintain a low number of coronavirus infections.

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Switzer trailer damaged by treeJuneau, Alaska - Rescue crews responded early today to the report of extensive damage to a trailer at Switzer Trailer Park with a man trapped inside.

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Opinion: The problem with don't tell me what to doDoesn't a state need a governor, like a ship needs a captain?

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The Best PackraftHaving the best packraft will open up possibilities for adventure. The Forager, pictured here, is by Alpacka.

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Opinion: Exxon Valdez restoration must remain a government responsibilityHowever, Resolution D will simply permit the government trustees to conduct restoration projects where they deem them to be most ecologically effective and supportive of their restoration goals, such as the Copper River / Bering River ecosystem east of Cordova, unencumbered by the arbitrary, unscientific spill boundary drawn a quarter of a...

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Health officials want Alaskans ready for vaccineHealth care workers help distribute flu vaccines to thousands of Juneau residents at Thunder Mountain High School on Saturday, Oct.

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Voices of the Peninsula: Murkowski could hold key to unifying AmericaFor the first time in years, I see elected leaders who have the potential to reverse our self-destructive course and start to bring this country back together.

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Point of View: Alaskas Gasline  the time is nowI am pleased to be a founding member of the newly formed Alaska Gasline and LNG, LLC.

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Seawatch: Halibut commission sets draft 2020 quotasThe International Pacific Halibut Commission held its interim meeting last month and lead quantitative scientist Dr. Ian Stewart is recommending a quota increase in all areas of Alaska.

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Years AgoAn extensive air and land search ended for two crewmen missing from the tug Red Jacket after the men never returned from a trip to get water on Nov.

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First Friday: December shows feature art about fish and fishingMost galleries won't hold receptions, but new shows are open during regular hours.

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Letters to the EditorThe astute among us have recognized this treasonous trend for many years; this year, though, the level necessary to counter the will of the people rose to such a degree that it became obvious to everyone.

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Point of View: Murkowski could hold key to unifying AmericaA lot rides on the outcome of the Georgia U.S. Senate run-off elections, but some things will be the same no matter who wins.

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Here's ASD's latest plan to bring Anchorage students back to classroomsAurora Elementary teacher Brianna Lundberg helps second graders sound out words during the after school tutoring program in Anchorage on October 23, 2020.

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HEA returning capital credits to membersMembers will be issued credits based on the amount of electricity they purchased in 2019.

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Holiday enforcement citations up from last yearAround major holidays, Alaska State Troopers and Alaska Wildlife Troopers conduct extra traffic enforcement as part of a national safety campaign.

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CEO: Hospital at risk of being overrunCPH has exceeded its bed capacity multiple times and a surge area has been opened in a former obstetric unit.

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Cook Inlet salmon fishery issue to be decided by North Pacific Fishery Management CouncilFishermen, processors take issue with option to close waters to commercial fishing.

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Man allegedly leads troopers on high-speed chaseA Kenai man faces charges of assault and reckless driving after leading Alaska State Troopers on a high-speed chase in Nikiski with a passenger in his car, according to a Nov.

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Peninsula reports 80 new cases, 65 in centralAll peninsula communities reported at least one new case except for Fritz Creek.

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Festive, yummy and low-keyGinger molasses cookies make for a delicious, chewy way to spread holiday cheer to family and friends isolated during the pandemic, photographed on Nov.

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Best BetsWell, if you were still denying winter's arrival, Homer weather over the weekend cleared that up for you right quick.

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Homer students sign to collegiate teamsTwo Mariners athletes head to college for swim, rowing.

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School announcementsSchool district risk level update and upcoming events.

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General election results certified, but recount possible in close raceOn Nov. 19, Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer's office, which oversees the Division of Elections, announced it would be conducting an audit of the vote on Ballot Measure 2, a package of election reforms that slowly gained enough votes to pass as more by-mail ballots were counted.

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Capt. Trey and Alyssa Hill win Sea Tow best franchise awardTrey and Alyssa Hill, co-owners of the on-water service provider Sea Tow Southcentral Alaska, Franchise of the Year at Sea Tow's annual meeting, the company announced in a press release on Nov.

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New takeout pizza option opens in HomerHoused in the basement of Alice's Champagne Palace, Pizza Underground is strictly food to go.

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Remote learning extended for most schoolsYounger students were able to return to onsite learning on Wednesday.

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Trees for cheer: Group plans Christmas tree decoration for Long Term Care residentsThe group plans to install several Christmas trees in the southwest parking lot at South Peninsula Hospital for the enjoyment of the Long Term Care residents.

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Cook Inlet salmon fishery issue to be decided by North Pacific Fishery Management CouncilFishermen, processors take issue with option to close waters to commercial fishing.

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Scott's Pharmacy fined in case resulting from drug mix-upAlaska Board of Pharmacy fines Scott's Family Pharmacy for errors when woman picked up wrong drugs.

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Refuge Notebook: Visitors to Katmai and Lake Clark National Parks rely on Kenai Peninsula servicesTwo national park and preserve areas, Lake Clark and Katmai, located just across Cook Inlet from the Kenai Peninsula, offer some of Alaska's most spectacular visitor destinations.

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Festive, yummy and low-keyPhoto by Victoria Petersen / Peninsula Clarion Ginger molasses cookies make for a delicious, chewy way to spread holiday cheer to family and friends isolated during the pandemic, photographed on Nov.

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Borough attorney signs letter refuting state's claim that second-class boroughs can mandate masksThe letter describes specific statutes barring them from enacting mask mandate.

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Sitka Assembly pushes 'pause' button on hospital saleSitka, Alaska - The Sitka Assembly punted to at least January a decision regarding SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium interest in purchasing the old Sitka Community Hospital facility.

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After a€˜potential widespread exposure, a€™ Unalaska closes schools and considers lockdownThat’s after city officials confirmed two new COVID-19 cases from community spread Monday and said there’s “potential widespread exposure” to the virus in the community.

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Juneau officials caution residents to be prepared for landslides as rains continueThe City and Borough of Juneau is warning residents Wednesday to be prepared in case heavy rains and snowmelt cause landslides or avalanches.Â.

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Officials work to clean diesel spill at Selawik water treatment plantOfficials say the fuel was transferred from a city fuel tank to the plant tank, and the transfer was left unattended for about 7.5 hours before the operator was alerted to the spill and shut off the valve at roughly 10 p.m.

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As pandemic worsens, Alaskans' patience for a new relief bill from Congress wears thinU.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, speaking at an August event in Anchorage, is part of a bipartisan group of lawmakers pushing a new relief package in Congress.

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Ketchikan adds another 4 COVID-19 casesKetchikan, Alaska - There are four new cases of COVID-19 to report in Ketchikan today.

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Anchorage announces voucher program to assist during shutdownAs Anchorage enters another shutdown this month, the city is launching a $1 million voucher program to help people purchase essentials like groceries, gasoline and medication.

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, December 1, 2020Inmates at the Goose Creek prison and their loved ones grapple with a growing coronavirus outbreak.

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37-Year-Old Man In Pilot Station Dies From COVID-19; Weather Prevented Him From Reaching HospitalA 37-year-old man in Pilot Station died from COVID-19 at the village health clinic before he could be transported to a hospital.

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US panel: 1st vaccines to health care workers, nursing homesNew York - An influential government advisory panel says health care workers and nursing home residents should be at the front of the line when the first coronavirus vaccine shots become available.

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Mat-Su teen charged with killing his aunt and cousins was recently out of jailTuesday afternoon, 18-year-old Malachi Maxon was charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder, as well as one count of attempted murder and trying to escape from law enforcement.

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Update: Teenager charged in Mat-Su homicide that left four dead, including two childrenAlaska State Troopers have arrested a suspect in the shooting deaths of four family members, including two children, in the Mat-Su Borough.

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Juneau officials caution residents to be prepared for landslides as rains continueWith high winds and heavy rain expected on already saturated ground, people living in hillside areas should be especially vigilant.Â.

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Avalanche warning issued for Thane Road areaJuneau, Alaska - High winds combined with heavy snowfall at higher elevations will cause the avalanche hazard above Thane Road to rapidly increase this afternoon / evening, Dec.

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Ketchikan man receives years in prison after federal convictionKetchikan, Alaska - A Ketchikan man will spend more than four years in federal prison for weapons and explosives violations.

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Something New And Giveaway!Are a family of 5 living life in North Pole, Alaska! Where Santa Claus House is right down the street!

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Watch: Juneau officials expected to discuss free, asymptomatic testing during weekly COVID-19 community updateThe City and Borough of Juneau announced today that it's offering free COVID-19 tests to people without symptoms who may have been exposed.

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CBJ offers free, asymptomatic COVID-19 testing opportunityJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center is offering free COVID-19 testing to individuals who may have been at risk for COVID-19 exposure but are not experiencing any symptoms.

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High wind warning ends for Juneau, flood advisory remainsTwo inches of rain fell at the airport in 24 hours, while 3.6 inches fell in Douglas and 3.52 inches fell in downtown Juneau.

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LISTEN: Coronavirus further widening race-correlated health disparitiesCOVID-19 is affecting people of different races and ethnicities differently, as American society has treated different races and ethnicities differently.

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Wrangell sees new 1 case of COVID-19 on TuesdayWrangell, Alaska - The City and Borough of Wrangell is adding a new case of COVID-19.

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Crews working to clean diesel spill in Northwest Arctic village water treatment plantOfficials say the fuel was transferred from a city fuel tank to the plant tank, though the transfer was left unattended for about 7 1/2 hours before the operator was alerted to the spill and shut off the valve at roughly 10 p.m.

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Alaska congressman is back after COVID illness, staff sayAlaska Congressman Don Young is back at work in his Washington office after becoming sick last month with COVID-19.

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CBJ reports 15 new COVID-19 cases in the boroughJuneau, Alaska - The Juneau Emergency Operations Center is reporting 15 new cases of COVID-19.

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Facility test reveals more than half of Goose Creek inmates have been infected with COVID-19The outdoor recreation area for the Special Management Unit at Goose Creek Correctional Center in Wasilla in October.

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Storm ravaging parts of Southeast on TuesdayHoonah, Alaska - Hoonah is experiencing some minor flooding from the recent rain.

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After 'potential widespread exposure,' Unalaska closes schools and considers hunkering downTwo unnamed people arrived in Unalaska last week and tested positive Monday at the local clinic, according to City Manager Erin Reinders.

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Alaska borough attorneys refute claim of mask mandate powersKenai, Alaska - Some Alaska borough attorneys have refuted a claim by the state's top lawyer that boroughs can enact mask mandates in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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BNC's Annual DistributionBethel Native Corporation's shareholders will get a slightly higher dividend this year: 7 cents more per share than last year.

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City Manager Tod Larson is leaving Dillingham after three yearsTod Larson is moving to Wyoming to work as a planner for the state's Fish and Game office, and to be closer to a Veteran Affair's medical center.

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Election review shrinks Anchorage house race margin to 13 votesVoters sign for their ballots at the Auke Bay precinct on Tuesday, Nov. 3, in Juneau.

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Goose Creek inmate with COVID-19 diesGoose Creek has reported nearly 300 coronavirus cases as of last count, with four of its ten housing units in lockdown.

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Alaska borough attorneys refute claim of mask mandate powersKodiak downtown area. The Kodiak Island Borough is one of the second-class boroughs that signed a letter refuting a claim by the acting attorney general that the boroughs have the authority to issue a mask mandate.

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No 2021 rebound projected for Taku and Stikine kingsLow predicted king salmon runs in the Taku and Stikine river systems mean Southeast's troll and gillnet fleets can expect restrictions for sockeye and king salmon harvests in areas around Juneau and Wrangell.

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Alaska department reports 2nd inmate death related to virusAnchorage, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Corrections said a second inmate serving time at an Alaska prison that has experienced a coronavirus outbreak has died from complications related to COVID-19.

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Talks on forming a majority in State Senate ongoingJuneau, Alaska - There will be 13 Republicans and 7 Democrats in the 21st Alaska Legislature, but a majority has not yet been organized.

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Goose Creek inmate with COVID-19 diesAnother inmate from the Goose Creek prison in Point Mackenzie has died of COVID-19.

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After low salmon year, supporters rally to get Yukon River mushers dog food for winterDonated dog food is making its way to some Yukon River communities where poor salmon runs have left mushers without fish to feed their teams.

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Anchorage House race grows closer as Alaska election results become officialA state Division of Elections spokesperson said the changes were the result of a combination of uncounted ballots from precincts, absentee and questioned ballots.

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Family recovers from fireJuneau, Alaska - A Juneau family has gotten help from family, friends and the community in a variety of ways since a fire extensively damaged their Glacier Avenue home on November 15.

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The COVID-19 Vaccine: Who Gets It—and How?As scientists and medical experts work to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, the conversation has grown to include not just the safety and efficacy of a potential vaccine but the logistics surrounding its distribution as well.

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High wind warning in effectJuneau, Alaska - The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning for Juneau and the surrounding area until 3 p.m.

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Results from Alaska's general election certifiedJUNEAU, Alaska — The Division of Elections said the results of Alaska's general election were certified Monday.

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Juneau could see 10 inches of rainJuneau, Alaska - Juneau remained in a flood watch until late Wednesday as the National Weather Service forecasts between five and ten inches of rain for much of Southeast Alaska.

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481 new COVID cases reported in AlaskaJuneau, Alaska - The CBJ reported 47 new cases over the weekend in Juneau while the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported six new cases on Monday.

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Glacier Bay wants public commentsThe National Park Service is seeking public comments to help inform updates to the 1989 Glacier Bay National Park Wilderness Visitor Use Management Plan.

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'Atmospheric river' could bring 10 inches of rain to JuneauA truck drives through an open lane after a mudslide on Monday, December 11, 2017, in Juneau, Alaska.

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Remote sales tax in Alaska projected to raise up to $10MFAIRBANKS, Alaska — A group of Alaska communities collecting remote sales tax is projected to take in between $8 million and $10 million in new revenue this year.

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Twitchell earns prestigious awardJuneau, Alaska - UAS Native language professor X'unei Lance Twitchell was honored with the First Alaskans Institute Young Native Leader Award Monday.

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Ketchikan adds another COVID caseKetchikan, Alaska - A new case of the virus brings Ketchikan's total to 204 cases.

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Grants assist 131 local artistsJuneau, Alaska - The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council said 35 projects have been funded through the Juneau CARES program with a total of $266,858 awarded to artists.

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December 1st, 1922Dr. L.S. Keller, founder of the Arctic Brotherhood, dies in a Seattle hospital.

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Business owners, former council members among applicants for Kenai's city council vacancyIn total, the city received nine applications for the seat. In order to qualify for the open seat, applicants must be qualified voters of the City of Kenai, be at least 21 years old and have been a resident of the city for at least one year immediately preceding their appointment.

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DHSS: 519 new cases, 1 new deathAffected peninsula communities include Kenai, Soldotna, Homer, Nikiski, Sterling and Other North.

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Vying for vacant Soldotna council seatLinda is one of three individuals vying for a vacant seat on the Soldotna City Council, which is scheduled to interview candidates during their Wednesday meeting.

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Christmas back in a big wayChristmas came to Kenai in a big way last weekend with the Kenai Chamber of Commerce hosting its biggest Christmas parade yet, as well as an expanded fireworks display to cap Friday night's festivities.

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KPC to discuss climate change effects on hunting and fishingPart one of the series is titled &; and will begin Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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Man charged in shooting deaths of aunt, 3 cousins near AnchorageAlaska State Troopers say another 6-year-old was apparently spared during the early Monday morning shooting spree.

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After low salmon year, supporters rally to get Yukon River mushers chow for winterI took to Twitter and Facebook, my personal pages and just posted kind of the plight that we are facing on the Yukon River with these low salmon runs, what it means for these traditional dog mushers and I tagged a bunch of large dog food companies in that post and one of them, Purina responded" she said."

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Kivalina emergency access road now open for useAfter two years of construction, the Kivalina Access Road project is now usable by the community.

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 30, 2020What do we know about race-related health disparities in the pandemic? And, Shipping company Matson agrees to deliver food for free to food banks in Alaska.

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Alaska Chief Justice Bolger to retire in JuneAlaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Joel Bolger addresses the Alaska Federation of Natives convention on Oct.

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Matson donates shipping to Food Bank of Alaska through 2023The CEO of the Food Bank of Alaska says the Hawaii-based shipping company's commitment is huge, especially with food insecurity rates spiking with the pandemic.

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Alaskans transform backyards for less risky wintertime socializing during pandemicGathering outdoors still carries some risk, especially when done without masks. But outdoor gatherings are far safer than indoor ones, especially when masking and distancing are observed.

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Alaska Chief Justice Bolger to retire in JuneBolger was appointed to the supreme court by Gov. Sean Parnell in 2013. His retirement will coincide with the end of his three-year term as the chief justice.Â.

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Largely insulated from COVID-19, Unalaska is watching its wastewater for signs of troubleKarie Holtermann stands in the headworks of the island's wastewater treatment plant, where all of Unalaska's waste comes to.

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Emergency access road opens for Northwest Alaska village facing coastal erosion, rising sea levelsKivalina sits on a barrier island, surrounded by the Chukchi Sea. The area is prone to heavy wind and rainstorms.

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UPDATE: Suspect in custody after 4 found dead in Mat-Su locationsANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska State Troopers say one person is in custody after four people were killed, including two children, in shootings at two separate locations north of Anchorage on Monday.

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Is the pandemic pushing more people into avalanche zones?Could this new enthusiasm for extreme outdoor activities bring grim consequences? Snow safety experts and avalanche forecasters join us on the next Talk of Alaska.

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LISTEN: Is the pandemic pushing more people into avalanche zones?We talk with experts about the unprecedented pressure on backcountry terrain this winter, and whether this expanding enthusiasm could bring grim consequences?

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With little government action, Kenai Peninsula businesses forced to enforce mask rulesThe general manager of Alyeska Tire estimates that nearly half of his potential customers turn around when they see they have to wear masks inside his business.

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Soldotna entertains a mask mandate on WednesdayThe Soldotna's City Council will hear a proposed ordinance for a mandatory mask regulation at its regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday evening which will be conducted via teleconference.

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Anchorage city manager steps downAnchorage’s city manager Bill Falsey is stepping down from his position on Tuesday.

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Four dead, including two children, in Mat-Su homicideAlaska State Troopers have arrested a suspect in the shooting deaths of four family members, including two children, in the Mat-Su Borough.

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State prepared to take family's Native land to build road in BethelThe Alaska Department of Transportation wants to build a road in Bethel that would provide more residents with easy access to the airport.

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Bethel City Council Maintains Recommendation, Not Mandate, For LockdownOn Nov. 24, the Bethel City Council discussed the idea of a lockdown mandate, but only made some minor changes to the existing requirement for COVID-19 testing at the airport.

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No LKSD Sports Until At Least End Of January 2021The Lower Kuskokwim School District, like most school districts in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, will be in high-risk mode with remote learning through the end of the semester.

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Person In 30s Dies Of COVID-19; 12th Coronavirus Related Death In RegionOn Nov. 25, the Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation announced that a resident of the region died due to complications of COVID-19.

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Chief Justice Bolger to retireJuneau, Alaska - Chief Justice Joel Bolger announced he would retire from the court effective June 30, 2021.

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Third Resident At YK Elders Home Tests Positive For COVID-19Another resident of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation's long term care facility in Bethel tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov.

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Coffee At KYUK, November 30, 2020: Navigating Death And Burial In Akiak During COVID-19Cynthia Ivan of Akiak lost her Grandmother, Lucy Ivan, to COVID-19 earlier this month. Cynthia wrote about the experience on Facebook, and her thoughts and observations were later printed in the Anchorage Daily News.

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City of Kotzebue begins mask mandate and new testing requirementsThe city of Kotzebue is instituting two new health mandates to curb the spread of COVID-19, starting Monday.

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Harvard student from Noorvik awarded prestigious Rhodes ScholarshipWilfried Kuugauraq Zibell, originally from the Northwest Arctic, studies Inupiaq and Yiddish literature at Harvard and was recently accepted as a Rhodes Scholar.

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Having Acquired Hageland Aviation Services, Ascent Global Logistics Will Launch Rambler Air in Alaska in 2021Rambler will serve commuter flights as well as passenger and cargo charters. Service is expected to launch in early 2021 with eight Piper Chieftain Navajos and two Beechcraft 1900Ds.

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Cold Bay COVID-19 outbreak leaves Unalaska without flight serviceThe closure of the Cold Bay airport is the first of its kind during the pandemic, according to the Alaska Department of Transportation.

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Gustavus power project on scheduleGustavus, Alaska - Alaska Power and Telephone Company provided an update on the Gustavus Intertie project to Gustavus City Council.

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Group still committed to cleaning Juneau waterwaysJuneau, Alaska - The Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition continues to work to improve impaired waterways in Juneau.

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'I've made it this far largely because of where I'm from': Noorvik man is now a Rhodes ScholarWilfried Kuugauraq Zibell said he applied for the Rhodes Scholarship because he wanted to continue his studies of cultural displacement and efforts to revitalize culture.

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Docks and Harbors puts out advisoryJuneau, Alaska - The CBJ Docks and Harbors Department asked boat owners to pay close attention to their vessels this week due to the forecast of heavy rain.

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Alaskans transform backyards for less risky wintertime pandemic socializingA group of friends sits around a fire at a South Addition house. Owner Matthew Lohr said his housemates are doing their best to be COVID conscious at gatherings by separating into household groups and keeping gatherings outdoors.

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New Gunnuk Creek hydro plant reduces Kake's reliance on dieselThe hydro project's proponents hope it will lower the cost of energy and bring the community one step closer to energy independence.

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Afghan Army Base Bombing Kills DozensISLAMABAD  Officials in Afghanistan say a massive vehicle-borne bombing of a military base in eastern Ghazni province Sunday killed at least 30 security force members.

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 Biden Fractures Foot While Playing With His DogOver the years, White House pets have played a role  making the occupants a little more human.

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December moose hunt closed in units 17 B and C due to population concernsThe state has documented three years of declining moose populations in those districts, while other opportunities will be available for hunters between January and February, as the weather permits.

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Not even the eagles came to the canceled Alaska Bald Eagle FestivalThe chum salmon run on the Chilkat was a record low this year — just a fraction of the expected return.

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With little local government action, Kenai Peninsula business forced to enforce mask rulesAt a meeting Monday, Craig Wortham of Alyeska Tire asked the Kenai City Council to pass a city-wide mask mandate.

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November 30th, 1918The final measures of influenza protection are lifted in Juneau.

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Petersburg reports two new cases of COVID-19Petersburg, Alaska - The Petersburg Borough and Medical Center reported two new cases of the virus that are travel related in the past few days.

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Winter storm watch for Haines and Klondike HighwayHaines, Alaska - In addition to a winter storm watch for Northern Lynn Canal, a High Wind Watch is in effect for Yakutat and Sitka and a Flood Watch from Skagway down to Juneau and Petersburg.

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Alaska mushers lacking salmon receive dog food donationsANCHORAGE, Alaska — Sled dog mushers in communities on Alaska's Yukon River have received thousands of pounds of donated food to help feed their animals during a shortage of the salmon that is normally a staple of their diet.

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Juneau nonprofits awarded $860K virus homeless relief grantJUNEAU, Alaska — A group of four nonprofit organizations in Alaska's capital have been awarded a grant of more than $860,000 million to counter homelessness amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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20 new cases in Southeast AlaskaJuneau, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported 637 new cases of COVID-19 with 11 in Juneau, six in Sitka, and cases in Ketchikan, Petersburg, and.

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Health officials want Alaskans ready for vaccineHealth care workers help distribute flu vaccines to thousands of Juneau residents at Thunder Mountain High School on Saturday, Oct.

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Anchorage Alaska 2020Connect with Me :) Instagram: Happygirlalaska My Website: #Alaska # to other videos Top 10 Reasons Why I Love Alaska 10 Things I Hate About Alaska Nature Walk to Beat the Winter Blues 2020 Happy Girl Alaska NO re-production/ re-upload of any content footage without written consent from Terree Bold.

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More than 1 million tests conducted; state reports 481 new casesThe Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported 481 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Monday, including 30 on the Kenai Peninsula.

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General election certified by state; no local outcomes changedAll results can be viewed on the Division of Elections website.

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City of Kenai extends restrictions on public access to city facilitiesAffected buildings include the library, the airport terminal, the ice rink, City Hall and the senior center.

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This Anchorage ER nurse is among the growing number of health care workers out sick with COVID-19Greer Gehler is an Anchorage emergency room nurse who recently tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Best CBD Gummies: Pain, Sleep, and AnxietyA CBD gummy is made by combining a predefined dose of CBD with a delicious flavored gummy candy base.

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Two Men Charged with Burglary on Prince of Wales Island on SaturdayTwo Prince of Wales men were taken into custody after a report of a burglary and extensive search at a cabin near Kasaan on Saturday.

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Tow Truck Driver Loading Impounded Vehicle Struck and Killed on DeBarr Sunday MorningAnchorage police say that a tow truck driver, while at the scene of a crash in east Anchorage, was struck and killed by a DUI driver who has since been charged with manslaughter and other charges.

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Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Nov. 29, 2020DHSS today announced 637 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 628 were residents in: Anchorage , Wasilla , Bethel Census Area , Fairbanks , Palmer , North Pole , Eagle River , Homer , Juneau , Kenai , Bethel , Kodiak , Kusilvak Census Area , Sitka , Aleutians East Borough , Nome , Fairbanks North Star Borough , Girdwood , Kotzebue ,...

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Coast Guard medevacs man 170 miles northwest of Saint Paul Island, AlaskaKODIAK, Alaska — The Coast Guard medevaced a man from a fishing vessel approximately 170 miles northwest of Saint Paul, Tuesday.

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'Extra Tough' refreshes the Northern story—past, present and future—with women's values and sensibilitiesIn early November, in the midst of a pandemic, the Anchorage Museum welcomed visitors to Extra Tough: Women of the North. With constraints, the museum has been able to invite visitors to view the exhibit several days each week.

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Criminal, civil trials, and grand juries are suspended again in Alaska1, according to updated orders from Alaska Supreme Court Justice Joel Bolger.

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Goldbelt van removed by craneJuneau, Alaska - Tee Harbor had a spectator event Friday for the first time in months.

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Busy day for AEL&PJuneau, Alaska - High winds downed trees and caused multiple power outages across Juneau on Saturday, Alaska Electric Light and Power officials said.

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Wet weather aheadJuneau, Alaska - The National Weather Service forecasted a wet week for the region with the possibility of flooding and mudslides.

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State reports 656 new COVID-19 casesJuneau, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported seven new cases in both Juneau and Sitka, and cases in Ketchikan, Petersburg, Prince of Wales-Hyder, and on Saturday.

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New Mobile Crisis Team to shift mental health crisis response from police to behavioral health expertsAnchorage Police Department currently sees more than 7,000 mental health crisis calls a year. These range from a person at risk of suicide to someone experiencing an episode of psychosis.

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November 29th, 1915The fine print reads: "Krause is five feet, ten inches in height, about forty-five years of age, heavy set, broad shoulders; walks with shoulders back, with short quick steps; has sandy hair, curly; bald in front, blue eyes, a heavy red mustache; may now be shaved."

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Winnebago Revel 4x4: Mods And UpgradesToday we complete our 18 month tour of the Winnebago Revel 4x4. During the last 18 months we have travelled from Eugene, Oregon to Tuktoyuktuk in the Northwest territories and all over Alaska.

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Teleporting to find a ring metal detecting in Fairbanks AlaskaOut metal detecting using the Bounty Hunter Time Ranger Pro after winterizing it for Alaska weather conditions in Fairbanks Alaska.

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Remote Ice Fishing AlaskaOur ice fishing season kicks off early this year with a 40 mile snowmachine trip in search of Northern Pike.

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Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Nov. 28, 2020DHSS today announced two new deaths and 656 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska.

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New order from Alaska Supreme Court further extends suspension of casesJuneau, Alaska - Saying that to start public trials at this time would be unduly dangerous, Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Joel Bolger has issued an updated order in the wake of Governor Dunleavy's emergency alert requiring all executive branch employees to work from home.

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Petition by state to de-list seals as threatened is rejectedKenai, Alaska - A petition by the state of Alaska to de-list three species of Arctic ringed seals as threatened has been rejected.

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COVID-19 surge in Nome prompts citywide closuresWith 46 active COVID-19 cases in Nome and multiple cases of community spread, this week's outbreak has caused a number of businesses and institutions to close their doors as people are asked to hunker down to contain the virus.

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Common Council addresses explosion in COVID-19 cases numbersFaced with a sobering number of new COVID-19 cases due to community spread, the Nome Common Council in Monday’s regular meeting decided to back City Manager Glenn Steckman in his suggestions to.

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COVID-19: 43 new cases in region, 37 in NomeThis week saw the highest number of reported COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic in March.

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Even Santa gets COVID-fatigueHe may have a team of flying reindeer and the ability to deliver presents to every household around the world in a single night, but even Santa Claus’ style has been cramped by the COVID-19 pand.

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Under Cover of Thanksgiving, Trump Administration Pushes to Relax Rules Protecting BirdsThe proposal—which the administration admits would likely lead to more avian deaths—would let energy and other companies off the hook for incidentally killing birds.

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Army Corps had no choice but to reject Pebble mitigation plan prepared with Dunleavy supportIt is debatable whether it would have been appropriate for the state to officially "preserve" the 112,445 acres near the Pebble site for at least 99 years.

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Alaska lab failed to report about 1,600 positive virus casesAnchorage, Alaska - A lab in Alaska failed to report over 1,600 positive coronavirus tests to the state health department in the past month.

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Troopers arrest 2 men after POW break-inKasaan, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers have arrested two men after an alleged burglary on Prince of Wales Island.

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November 28th, 1886The murder of Bishop Charles John Segher at Bishop's Rock near Nulato on November 28th, 1886.

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Opinion: Saying nothing helps fraud against our democracyMore directly, the misinformation is an attempt by the occupant of the White House to convince Americans that, despite the total lack of evidence, the presidential election was marred by widespread fraud.

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Point of View: Community and isolationAs for politics, Homer is falling apart. Before the election people drove around town with their Trump flags flying from the back of their trucks.

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Assembly to take up legislation opposing closure of federal inlet waters to commercial fishingAlternative Four would close federal waters in Cook Inlet to commercial fishing. Federal waters make up the southern half of the inlet, south of Kalgin Island, according to a memo from assembly member Brent Johnson.

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Borough attorney signs letter refuting state's claim that second-class boroughs can mandate masksThe letter describes specific statutes barring them from enacting mask mandate.

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State addresses COVID-19 case data backlogMore than 1,600 positive cases were reported late by new commercial lab in Anchorage.

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State reports over 4,200 cases this week, 504 on the peninsulaAlaska finished the week by reporting a record 735 new cases on Friday and another 656 cases on Saturday, for a total of 4,199 new cases this week.

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Borough to enter into Soldotna Prep use agreementsThe borough will enter into agreements with the Boys and Girls Club of the Kenai Peninsula and Central Emergency Services.

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Getting in the spiritBrian Mazurek / Peninsula Clarion Deray Jones, left, and Darla Jones, center, check out the "cozy pillow loungers" made by Becky Moore of Joyful Crafters, right, during the Sterling Fall Festival in Sterling, on Saturday.

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Life in the Pedestrian Lane: Heading into the homestretchChristmas came to Kenai on schedule, if a little modified and subdued from years past.

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Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Nov. 27, 2020DHSS today announced 735 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 724 were residents in: Wasilla , Anchorage , Palmer , Soldotna , Fairbanks , Kenai , Bethel Census Area , Eagle River , Chugiak , Homer , Bethel , Kenai Peninsula Borough North , Delta Juntion , North Pole , Sterling , Unknown locations , Utqiaġvik.

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IT'S HAPPENING!Are a family of 5 living life in North Pole, Alaska! Where Santa Claus House is right down the street!

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 27, 2020An Anchorage ER nurse discusses being one of many healthcare workers getting sick with COVID-19.

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Double Vision Alaska: An Artist and Photographer CollaborationAlaska Artist Jon Van Zyle and photographer Jeff Schultz work together to present a unique view of the state in their book, Double Vision Alaska.

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Alaska Earthquake Center receives USGS fundingThe U.S. Geological Survey recently awarded the Alaska Earthquake Center a $2.85M one-year award to operate and strengthen Alaska's earthquake monitoring system.

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