The First Amendment doesn’t grant people the right to use the government to advance racist and genocidal belief systems.
GCI, Alaska Communications and MTA have announced measures to support internet access to students and educators through at least May.
Climbers typically begin expeditions in the Alaska Range in late spring.
A Port of Alaska spokesman said the scheduled stop is not uncommon for the port, which is near Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
Base officials said the airman is “self-quarantined at their off-base residence.”
The state’s largest school district is currently trying to find ways to educate students remotely.
The Girdwood resort said Wednesday that the 2019-20 ski season is now over, but its hotel remains open to guests.
Carhops and dashers are helping fill the void left after officials closed restaurants to in-person dining to help slow the spread of the virus.
The emergency order, which allows takeout service and delivery, went into effect at 5 p.m. Monday and runs through March 31. The order also bans events and gatherings of more than 50 people in the city.
The Anchorage School District will offer food for pickup at 18 schools across the city beginning next week.
Workers who were on shift with the employee were sent home to be quarantined until the test results were back.
Mayor Berkowitz said Friday that the decision to close all municipal facilities where large people can gather was “a small sacrifice.”
Six new jury trials were scheduled to begin in the Second District next week.
Anchorage School District officials are considering a longer closure. Meanwhile, Mayor Ethan Berkowitz declared a city emergency to deal with coronavirus issues.
Superintendent Deena Bishop says there are no plans to close schools, but the possibility exists as officials react to a rapidly developing situation.