Robert Keeling – CHA Spotlight

During his 27 years as a paramedic/fireman in his home state of Colorado, Dale Keeling thought he knew a lot about providing care to the ill and injured. Then he fell in love with an Alaska girl, followed her back to her hometown of Manley, and learned about the health aide career. “Her dad was a health aide in Manley …

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COVID-19 Pandemic: What History Tells Us

In 1918, the world was devastated by the influenza pandemic, which went on to kill about 50 million – 675,000 of those deaths in the United States. One-third of the world’s population (about half a billion people) had been infected. As we face the current COVID-19 pandemic, one of the most vital tools in our arsenal for battling a large …

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PUBLIC NOTICE (TCC PL102-477 PLAN/TANF/CCDF)

On Friday, June 26th from 10am-noon TCC will be responding to Public Comments regarding the 477 Grant Program Plan. This plan may be downloaded below. Public Comments to be made via Zoom using the meeting info below: Join Zoom MeetingPassword: 423502 Phone one-tap: US: +12532158782,,92085609504# or +13462487799,,92085609504# Meeting URL: https://tananachiefs.zoom.us/j/92085609504?pwd=dzlqZXpFUWkwSUU1UEpRMkxQakJYQT09 Join by TelephoneFor higher quality, dial a number based on …

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2020 Flood Preparedness

TCC has been closely monitoring the weather projections and current conditions, and the National Weather Service prediction is that there is a good chance of flooding in villages that have experienced breakup flooding in the past. This year in particular it is really important that our villages make their own plans and preparations because of the spread of COVID-19 – …

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Guiding Principles for Funerals in Villages

Guiding Principle To maintain our tradition of honoring, respecting and taking care of our people and our beliefs, we will practice Ch’eghwtsen’ to adapt to the challenges and ever changing world we live in, and ensure our people continue to thrive. As directed by the State of Alaska, all gatherings are restricted to no more than 10 people, even when …

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Tribal Relief Fund – ACTION REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY

Congress designated an $8B tribal set aside in Title VI of the Corona Relief Fund, to assist tribes in covering the expenditures incurred due to COVID-19.  To receive funding, the Department of Treasury requires tribes to submit information and create a portal no later than, Friday, April 17 at 7:59 pm AK time, More information on the attached memo and …

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Cancelled Emergency Firefighter Refreshers

2020 spring RT-130 fireline safety refresher training & pack test has been canceled. This is due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health and community safety concerns, all of the pack tests and refresher trainings in 2019 have been extended to be valid for the 2020 season. ONLY PACK TEST AND REFRESHERS DONE IN 2019 CAN BE EXTENDED TO BE VALID …

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