Updated on Aug. 7, 2020, at 6 a.m. Read more
Updated on Aug. 7, 2020, at 6 a.m.
Update: Power has been restored as of 1 a.m.
What started a week or so ago as what could be considered a normal flooding event along Spengler Road has developed into a more significant event that may result in the permanent rerouting of the river. The Delta River, which is a glacier fed braided river that runs along the Richardson High…
According to a release from the Delta COVID-19 Incident Management Team, the state is reporting two positive test results for the coronavirus for individuals listed as residents of Delta Junction. The individuals work at the Pogo mine. As the state conducts its research and contact tracing, …
The State of Alaska announced today that there are two new positive tests for coronavirus in Delta Junction. No additional information on the cases has been provided and the Department of Health and Social Services did not respond to a request for information.
The Highway's End Farmers Market is open on Wednesday's and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the end of the Alaska Highway where it intersects the Richardson Highway. Come out and buy some local crafts, vegetables, plants and other hand-crafted items.
The National Park Service (NPS) invites public comments on a proposal to align its regulations with the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in Sturgeon v. Frost. The proposed regulation would provide clarity regarding navigable waterways within national parklands in Alaska.
This Spring we have been blessed with an exceptional amount of snow. With the “hunker down” in place, we all want to go outside and explore the big outdoors that Delta Junction offers. Our trails will be vulnerable to damage, and we need to use them with care. Please keep in mind how your us…
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeing nominees for its Resource Advisory Council (RAC) from the general public, government, Native organizations, archaeological and historic organizations, recreation users, environmental organizations, energy and mineral development, and other BLM land users. The council consists of 15 Alaska residents who, through consensus, develop recommendations for public land management policy.
The DHS girls basketball team kicks off Friday action when they take on the North Pole Patriots at 9 a.m. Delta lost to Redington Thursday night 67-30. In other girls action, Galena beat Bethel 56-49 in the opening game of the tournament Thursday morning. Nome beat North Pole 50-39 in the no…
Delta High School senior Hailey Williams signed her letter of intent on Tuesday to attend Duke University in Durham, NC in the fall. Williams has been gaining the attention of several university sports programs around the country.
Delta Elementary School held its annual end of year motorcade COVID-19 style since students weren’t at the school for the last day.
Delta Greely Schools Sack Lunch Menu
Governor Mike Dunleavy issued Health Mandate 13 Thursday closing all schools in Alaska for the reminder of the school year. The mandate supersedes the previous mandate closing schools through May 1.
Jessica and Marshal Brown would like to announce the arrival of their son Agamemnon Ezekiel Brown, born on Jan. 14, 2020 at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. Agamemnon weighted 7 lbs. 10 oz. Agamemnon’s grandparents are Chuck and Joan Sturgis.
Dawn Cole and Josh Cook welcomed the arrival of the newest members of their family on July 14, 2018.
Dakota Conley and Elias Grossmann welcomed a son, Dax Ryan Grossmann, on March 6, 2018 at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. Little Dax weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Elias is a sergeant assigned to the Stryker brigade at Fort Wainwright.
Helen Dorothy Nielsen Orcutt
Neil “Wayne” Burns passed away peacefully on June 13, 2020, at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital.
Myrtle Hamrum, 96, passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at her home in Alaska.
High summer is here in middle Alaska. North of Fairbanks, in bright sunshine, alder flycatchers are perched in spruce tops, just arriving from Bolivia and Peru. A few steps away, accompanied by the smell of sulfur, dozens of carrion flies buzz on and above a moose carcass.
It is a pleasant day for a walk in middle Alaska, with blue sky overhead, and people perhaps looking for something to do outside, with lots of space and sweet-scented summer air around them.
After the final steps of a long run in early March, Greg Finstad took his pulse rate. His heart was at 38 beats per minute. Perfect. The reindeer biologist and marathon runner was in top shape to run this year’s Boston Marathon.
Unfortunately, price gouging appears regularly with natural disasters, including earthquakes, wildfires, and hurricanes. As citizens try to pr…
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As our nation and the world experiences the life-altering impacts of the novel coronavirus pandemic, I wanted to take a moment to speak to you…