Alaska Wildlife Troopers conducted a traffic stop in the vicinity of Rezanof and Chichenof Street at about 6:45 a.m. Saturday. An investigation revealed that the driver, 38-year-old Joseph Heard, of Washington, had a warrant for his arrest. Heard was arrested and transported to the Kodiak Jail, where he was remanded on a warrant for failure to appear. He was given a bail of $25. His original charge was for driving without motor vehicle liability insurance.
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The Trump administration announced Wednesday it will lift restrictions on construction and logging for approximately 9.3 million acres of the 17-million-acre Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska.
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Thirty-two new cases were reported among Fairbanks North Star Borough residents Wednesday — 23 among Fairbanks residents and nine who are residents of North Pole.
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“It’s challenging,” she said. “We don’t have social interaction, we don’t have comradeship, we can’t meet, we can’t be together.”