Musher Jaye Foucher was on a training run Wednesday when a vehicle slammed into her team along a section of the Parks Highway.
Organizers gathered just a fraction of the signatures needed, saying the campaign was hampered by the timing, the pandemic and hostility.
The $2.3 million for Alaska tribes from the Department of Transportation will pay for projects from Klawok to Huslia.
The crimes involved a local business owner giving nearly $30,000 in kickbacks to a Veterans Affairs employee, who then doled out preferential contracts.
Some premier races already required vaccinations, and are now implementing strict COVID-19 testing protocols and social distancing measures.
The court’s decision halts rules for mandatory testing and vaccination on companies employing more than 100 people.
If approved by voters in November, the measure would formalize government-to-government relationships between tribes and the state of Alaska.
With millions of dollars in damage to a new health clinic and imperiled infrastructure, the borough is requesting help from the National Guard.
Following two second-place finishes in a row in his last Copper Basin 300 races, the Eureka-based musher won in a year marked by a cold trail and lots of scratches.
The group will study the impacts of bycatch in Alaska waters, “a contentious issue of concern of all Alaskans,” the governor said.
The cascading effects of West Coast weather cancellations and airline staffing problems have left some Alaskans stuck — missing work, losing money and going to extreme lengths to get back home.
The reduction will primarily affect flights in the Lower 48 and is intended as a “reset” after massive disruptions in the air travel system nationwide during the holidays, the airline said.
The private health care provider running major testing sites in Anchorage said short-staffing kept sites and clinics shuttered.
Assembly Vice Chair Christopher Constant said he intends to ask the Assembly to send voters an advisory ballot measure on a question of whether Eagle River, Chugiak and Eklutna should separate from the municipality.
The position’s minimum requirements were a point of contention for Anchorage Mayor Bronson’s nominees. Those standards are now less restrictive in an updated job posting.