Welcome (left to right) Ryan Holland, Kerry Kirby, Michelle Gutierrez, and Matt Fellman Ryan Holland was originally from Savannah, Georgia. He began as a volunteer EMT while earning his degree in geology. When he moved to Fairbanks five years ago, he began volunteering with the Ester Volunteer Fire Department. He received great training over the […]
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 16, 2016 FAIRBANKS, Alaska Shortly after midnight, the Fairbanks Police responded to the 300 block of 7th Avenue for reports of shots fired. As multiple calls came into the Dispatch Center, a responding officer radioed that he was shot. After shooting the officer, the suspect fled the […]
The Girl Scouts from Troop 144, led by Scout Leader Joseph Price, came to the Patrick B. Cole City Hall to plant a tree. The tree is a Prunus Virginiana, commonly known as a chokecherry, that was donated to Troop 144 by Holm Town Nursery. The Girl Scouts met Mayor Eberhart and each of them […]
The Fairbanks Fire Department has been assisting with the planning and coordination of a major annual training conference for firefighters and fire chiefs from around Alaska with other local area fire departments. The Alaska Fire Conference is an annual conference, hosted in a different location each year, which provides classes on fire suppression tactics, victim […]
Beginning at 7am on Saturday 9/17, HC Contractors will close South Cushman at 18th E to traffic while they perform storm drain upgrades. The affected road closure will be opened back up no later than 7am on 9/19/affected. Please see the map below for detour route.
This past Saturday the three local Mayors, John Eberhart from the City of Fairbanks, Karl Kassel from the Fairbanks North Star Borough, and Bryce Ward from the City of North Pole walked over 14 miles to help raise money and bring awareness to the issue of homeless youth. Santa Claus wished them well on their […]
Mayor Eberhart was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from the World Eskimo-Olympics for the City’s support and participation in this year’s 2016 WEIO games held at the Carlson Center in July. The first World Eskimo Olympics was held in Fairbanks in 1961. In 1973 the name was changed to World Eskimo-Indian Olympics to more […]
On September 10, I’ll be walking 14 miles from North Pole to Fairbanks to support a local nonprofit that shelters homeless youth. If homeless youth spend their days/nights walking, it is the least I can do. Joining me are Fairbanks North Star Borough Mayor Karl Kassel and North Pole Mayor Bryce Ward. Together we hope […]