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Seven of the new resident cases reported Thursday were identified on the Kenai Peninsula.
The city has distributed $1.9 million in grants to 186 businesses and nonprofits.
4-H looks for alternative ways to host animal auction
Residents may now obtain permits for burn barrels as well as for small and large-scale brush fires.
Dipnetting on the Kenai River opens Friday.
Borough residents can apply for these grants July 13 through July 24.
The cases include 28 residents and two nonresidents.
CARES Relief and Recovery Grant funds would be rolled out in two phases.
Richardson cared for 53 critically ill COVID-19 patients. Only two of those patients lived.
The current average positivity rate for all tests conducted is 1.39%.
With public events canceled, officials urge residents to practice caution.
Alaska has had 1,226 cases of the disease since the state began tracking the pandemic in March.
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Millions in small business relief funds remain unclaimed.
Peninsula communities take different approaches to COVID-19 testing.
The city conducted more than 300 tests for COVID-19 over the weekend.
Recent cases have been identified after possible exposure in bars and other similar venues.
The policy is an amended version of one crafted by City Manager Stephanie Queen.
Since Thursday, the state has reported four new resident cases and one new nonresident case.