Superintendent Randy Trani feels like the district has been successful in offering in-person public education during the coronavirus pandemic, he said during an hour-long interview last week.
Can you imagine how awful winter life in Alaska would be if frozen water sank? We couldn’t travel any waterway that hadn’t frozen solid; at 20 or 30 below the cold hull of a boat or hovercraft would ice up until it sank.
Determined to fill the need for a healthy and tasty food place, back in 2015 Perez opened the original location of Stir It Up, a coffee stand located on Phillips Fields Road.
At least 18 million individuals across the United States, including urban, rural and tribal communities, have limited or no access to high-speed broadband infrastructure, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
A father and son arrested for allegedly shooting an 18-year-old in Goldstream were arraigned Friday and formally charged with first-degree murder.
Airmen and soldiers of the Alaska National Guard are slated to depart this weekend to help civilian authorities with the 59th Presidential Inauguration.
“To finally, after nearly a year, get the vaccine, and know that we are soon going to be out of this pandemic is historic. It is a historic day. It’s very emotional.”
“The grants are given with the primary purpose of promoting tourism but can also be given to promote general economic development in the City of Fairbanks,” the city’s Communications Director Teal Soden wrote in an email to the News-Miner.
At Alaska, safety is our top priority and our number one value. That drives all our decisions, as it does today. We are temporarily implementing additional safety measures focused on keeping our guests and employees safe."
An 18-year old man is in Fairbanks Correctional Center after an argument led to a fatal shooting of another teen on Thursday.
Temperatures at Cleary Summit were as high as 26 degrees Fahrenheit while at the same time that the Fairbanks Airport, North Pole and parts of the Goldstream Valley saw temperatures as low as 13 to 15 degrees below zero.
“This second impeachment stands in stark contrast to what we faced last January — an impeachment that was partisan from the beginning and left no opportunity for a fair trial in the Senate,” reads Murkowski’s statement.
Rather than impeachment, the longest-serving member of the current Congress and “Dean of the House” called ... to “lower the temperature of our political climate, and begin to recognize that our toxic discourse can have dangerous consequences.”
The contract would set a 1.5% to 3% yearly salary increase for the 29 city employees who are members of the union, as well as a one-time bonus up to $1,500, the city’s Chief of Staff Mike Meeks said during the meeting.
The 232-197 House vote Wednesday came exactly one week after the Capitol suffered its most violent assault since the British burned it in the War of 1812.
The Board of Education met Monday night to discuss a demand by two labor unions representing about 1,500 public education workers to update their contracts to account for worker safety during the coronavirus pandemic.
The stations were closed in 2016 due to budget cuts, and the state is using federal coronavirus relief money to reopen them for the duration of this winter and for next winter.
According to an announcement made by the Fairbanks North Star Borough on Tuesday, 625 COVID-19 vaccination appointments will be available. Online registration begins at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Alaska State Chief Ranger Kevin Andrews said having the right evidence management platform in place was the key step in being able to equip all of the Bureau’s uniformed law enforcement rangers with body cameras.
Among the spoken testimonies, people advocated for teachers, transportation workers and people with developmental disabilities to get the vaccine sooner.
According to Alaska State Troopers, Malan, who had been drinking heavily through the night, began arguing with the woman about a conversation she had with her ex-husband.
On Jan. 10, U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., released “Wastebook: PORKémon Go,” a list of 50 examples of what he deemed “questionable expenditures” by the U.S. government.