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DHSS announced 200 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Monday.
The resolution originally extended the declaration by 90 days.
Four towers will be constructed to expand internet access following an assembly vote Tuesday.
Kenai residents are able to purchase licenses certifying their dogs have current rabies vaccinations
Eligible residents may receive up to $1,200.
Spectators at the complex will remain imited to 80 people to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Technical difficulties, COVID-19 protocol compliance and missing ballots were among the issues.
Bill Elam, Richard Derekevorkian and Lane Chesley took the oath via Zoom.
Alaskans will have until Oct. 16 to fill out the census, the U.S. Census Bureau announced Tuesday.
Over the past week, the Kenai Peninsula Borough conducted 524 tests and saw a 4.58% positivity rate.
DHSS announced 157 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Tuesday.
All central peninsula schools will shift to 100% remote learning starting Wednesday.
Nikiski North Star Elementary and Skyview Middle School each reported a positive COVID case Monday.
The borough counted an additional 4,513 absentee, question and special needs ballots.
The new cases bring Alaska’s statewide total to 10,844, including 9,877 residents.
The district announced the shift via blog post Thursday night.
A sand storage facility will be built at the Kenai Municipal Airport following city council approval.
The city is doubling the individual grant amount from $1,000 to $2,000.
DHSS announced 129 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Thursday.
DHSS announced 116 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Wednesday.