- Deceased baby orca provides insight on Kodiak’s marine ecosystem
- Kodiak’s population dips to lowest in decades
- Larsen Bay approved for rezone
- Fairbanks man arrested for allegedly trying to kill woman in front of children
- ALUMNI ROUNDUP: Glover begins hockey career at Merrimack
- Local clinics start vaccines for 65-plus age group
- James Ronald Sandin
- Why did Kodiak’s case count drop?
- BUILDING IMMUNITY
- 13 new COVID cases announced in Kodiak
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“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.
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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."
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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.