The tiny village of Dot Lake is trying to rebuild an important part of its infrastructure after a fire.
The town is located northwest of Tok and is home to about 40 people.
A utility building housing their washeteria and water heating equipment burned Monday, destroying everything inside. A backup power generator was also lost.
Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management spokesperson Jeremy Zidek said the state is keeping an eye on the situation and that a new boiler is on the way, courtesy of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.
Zidek said the Red Cross is also offering to help find temporary housing for a resident who lost heat to her home.