ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Federal grants totaling more than $3.8 million have been awarded, Alaska's congressional delegation said.
The grants include more than $2 million to the Rural Alaska Community Action Program for Head Start and early Head Start programs for children.
The Alaska Community Development Corp. in the Mat-Su Valley will receive more than $85,000 to train families to construct their own homes.
And the Alaska Whaling Commission will receive $65,000 to implement an agreement between the United States and Russia to coordinate hunting between Alaska and Chukotkan subsistence hunters.
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