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The council voiced their unanimous support for Janette Bower on Monday
The state also reported 11 new hospitalizations and two new deaths among Alaska residents.
In the Kenai Peninsula Borough, just over one in five residents over the age of 16 — 21.2% — are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and… Continue reading
Alaskans will need to start dialing 907 when placing local phone calls
The kit is an all-in-one guide to saving the planet through community action
The borough is considered to be at intermediate risk level.
The company was accused of violating the Safe Drinking Water Act
The city’s “Efficiencies Report” details specific plans from each department on how they saved either time or money.
Nearly one in four eligible Alaska residents — 24.8% — were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Friday. That milestone comes the week after Alaska… Continue reading
CPH will continue to follow up with employees to see if they are interested in being vaccinated.
The peninsula’s commercial fishers are entering a time of unknowns.
Soldotna was the first city on the peninsula to offer a shop local program, which went live at the end of 2020.
It was the year that almost wasn’t for peninsula tourism.
Across the peninsula, CARES dollars funded grant programs offering financial relief to residents, workers and businesses.
One element of the CARES Act was the Coronavirus Relief Fund, through which the State of Alaska received $1.25 billion.
Among the projects KPEDD is working on this year are the borough’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy and an Economic Resiliency Plan.
The new cases bring Alaska’s statewide case total to 61,089.
More than half of peninsula seniors — 52.30% — are fully vaccinated.
The declaration was first issued on March 18, 2020 and has since been extended six times.
As of March 3, more than $55,000 in vouchers had already been distributed and more than 50 businesses were signed up to participate.