UPDATED 6:16 p.m.: Fairbanks health officials attribute the state's lower numbers to Alaska's delay in infection, with an anticipated peak in cases following one or two weeks after the rest of the country. “We are expecting things to get worse," Dr. Mark Simon, an emergency physician at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, told reporters earlier Monday. "We are behind the curve of other locations and continue to be ready and anticipate.”

Hawks Greenhouse is a garden center and plant nursery, which grows and sells flowers, vegetable and herb plants, perennials, trees, houseplants and more. The business also deals in garden tools, soils and fertilizers, and garden decor.

Updated 5:58 p.m.: "At the end of the day, the investors and bank syndicate and private equity group that ultimately owned Ravn didn’t seem to want any additional help," Sen. Dan Sullivan told members of the Alaska Chamber. “That might be a lesson for all of us Alaskans: Don’t count on the Wall Street guys to look out for our concerns."

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