The Noble Paws staff are experienced dog mushers trained to work with special needs and disabled populations. The dogs are regarded as ‘service’ dogs and provide physical assistance, fellowship, and an emotional connection for the participant. They also offer wheelchair-accessible dog sleds.
The Eastern Aleutian Tribes, located in False Pass, Alaska received two boxes, each containing 400 commemorative Easter eggs. Along with the last doses needed to vaccinate every adult in their community.
"A lot of officers have expressed interest in seeing something involving the northern lights, that is a big part of the community and a big part of Fairbanks that people come to see so the northern lights would be good. But really anything from Interior Alaska, we want to showcase our town and our community."
Spring in Fairbanks is quickly approaching as the sun stays up longer each day and the temperatures continue to climb, but the warming weather can spell trouble for un-shoveled roofs as melting ice can create ice damming and damage the roof.
A Fairbanks neighborhood off of Steele Creek Road is dealing with flooding that has left residents unable to access their homes. The Spudwood Road neighborhood is experiencing it’s worst spring flooding ever as water has become trapped by snowbanks and is freezing on the road.
In a series of recent changes within the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson completed her first day as the organization’s new interim president of its board of directors on Monday.