- 7.5-magnitude quake triggers tsunami warning
- Kodiak woman steals credit card, goes on spending spree
- Coast Guard base reduces COVID-19 risk level to moderate
- Larry D. Nicholson
- City investigating complaints about new tsunami sirens
- SPOTLIGHT: Elinor Ramos
- 35 YEARS OF SERVICE
- FLASHBACK: Suryan is Kodiak High’s first female state champ
- Women in Business: Phillips adapts to changing times
- Fireball in the sky over Alaska
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Hebard was reminded of her earliest days on the court when Darryl Lewis, a University of Alaska Fairbanks basketball player in the 1980s and longtime Fairbanks broadcaster, sent her a note via the News-Miner.
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Supporters of the measure say it would provide between $1 billion and $2 billion to the state in additional revenue.
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Friday’s jump in cases was the second large one in two days. On Thursday, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced 242 new people were diagnosed with COVID-19.