At a time when food insecurity is up around the nation, Stone Soup Garden provides around 2000 pounds of vegetables every season to community’s most vulnerable... But that’s not the garden's only purpose. We'll explain.
Alaska Natives were allowed to apply for 160 acres (65 hectares) of land under the 1906 Alaska Native Allotment Act. Before a new law went into effect in 1971, there was a big advertising push to urge Alaska Natives to claim title if they hadn’t already done so.
Alaska State Troopers, Fairbanks Police and Fairbanks City Council, and North Police Police and City Council received foggers from the Fairbanks Chapter of the International Karate Association. The foggers are designed to help disinfect public buildings and keep first responders and government employees safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
According to Alaska State Troopers, on August 4, 2020 around 12:30pm members of the Fairbanks Area Narcotics Team attempted to stop a car driven by 33 year old Fairbanks man, Ruben M. Musgrove, in pursuant to an open investigation.