Frank Barton / keyboards, percussion / Kodiak Alaska / February 16, 2020
- Loss of bear hunting season could cost Kodiak $3M
- UPDATED: Air service between Kodiak and Anchorage reduced to one flight per day
- Kodiak residents demand airport closure
- Preparations for outbreak continue as Kodiak remains free of confirmed COVID-19
- Alaska not prepared for a surge in COVID-19 cases, officials say
- Volunteer group helps at-risk residents
- Seafood processors implement COVID-19 safety plans for out-of-state workers
- From the Philippines to Kodiak by way of Israel
- New lending service comes to Kodiak
- Crab Fest 2020 postponed
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Alaska Revenue Commissioner Lucinda Mahoney explained how the department took into account some of the lower expectations to craft a forecast that accounts for what can only be explained as a mounting statewide economic crisis.
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“With the announcement on Sunday of RavnAir Alaska stopping all operations, Alaska Airlines expressed deep concern for the Ravn employees and communities in the state impacted by the news."