- Loss of bear hunting season could cost Kodiak $3M
- UPDATED: Air service between Kodiak and Anchorage reduced to one flight per day
- Seafood processors implement COVID-19 safety plans for out-of-state workers
- Alaska not prepared for a surge in COVID-19 cases, officials say
- Preparations for outbreak continue as Kodiak remains free of confirmed COVID-19
- Volunteer group helps at-risk residents
- Hospital builds triage tent to assess virus patients
- From the Philippines to Kodiak by way of Israel
- New lending service comes to Kodiak
- Crab Fest 2020 postponed
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Updated 4:57 p.m.: The department also reported 14 new cases since Saturday. Of those, seven are of residents of the Fairbanks North Star Borough. The Fairbanks borough now accounts for 53 of the state’s 185 total cases.
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Keeping stores sanitized and supplies on the shelves during a global pandemic has been stressful with long hours, but employees at the Co-op Market Grocery & Deli said it feels good to be acknowledged as essential workers.
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“Anytime when I have almost any problem I’m constantly thinking about ways that I can print something to solve it.”