- OBI Seafoods confirms 37 employees have tested positive at Alitak facility since July 28
- Bear attack on Pillar Mountain sends man to hospital
- Tim “Gaper” Geer
- Bear spray, cell phone credited with saving trail runner’s life
- Kodiak aims to open schools at ‘green’ level
- Four Kodiak seafood workers test positive for COVID-19
- Man caught driving ATV while under the influence
- Saltery River closed to sockeye sport fishing
- Kathleen Ballenger
- Pinks dominate Kodiak’s 2020 salmon harvest
- By Erin McGroarty, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the first instance of Pioneers' Home residents testing positive statewide. A Fairbanks Pioneers' Home employee tested positive in June, but no instances of resident infection were discovered at the facility.
- Erin McGroarty, email@example.com
Two newcomers to state politics are vying for the Democratic bid for House District 1. Bennie Colbert, president of the NAACP Fairbanks chapter, and Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly member Christopher Quist are the two options for voters participating in the Democratic primary this month on Aug. 18.
- Amanda Bohman, firstname.lastname@example.org
A 41-year-old business owner, Dave Selle, is selling himself as a more conservative choice than Steve Thompson, the five-term Fairbanks Republican incumbent representing Alaska House District 2.