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Man charged with illegally importing, releasing fish in peninsula lake

The man allegedly shipped 144 rainbow trout to Alaska that were released into a closed lake.

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COVID-19. (CDC)

State experts field questions on pandemic

The state also reported two additional resident cases and two additional nonresident cases.

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                                A member of the Gannet Glacier Type 2 Initial Attack Crew uses a drip torch during a burnout operation at the Swan Lake Fire on June 18.

Burn ban lifted — except on the Kenai

Ban will stay in effect on the peninsula due to recreational traffic associated with fishing season.

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                                A member of the Gannet Glacier Type 2 Initial Attack Crew uses a drip torch during a burnout operation at the Swan Lake Fire on June 18.
Kenai VFW Commander Mitch Johnson and members of the local VFW Honor Guard give a 21-gun salute during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Kenai Cemetery on May 25, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

Remembering fallen comrades

Community honors veterans on Memorial Day

Kenai VFW Commander Mitch Johnson and members of the local VFW Honor Guard give a 21-gun salute during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Kenai Cemetery on May 25, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)
Empty lockers and hallways at Soldotna High School are photographed on Monday, April 6. (photo by Victoria Petersen/Peninsula Clarion)

School district asks for feedback on remote learning

The survey was released on May 20 and will be open through May 31.

Empty lockers and hallways at Soldotna High School are photographed on Monday, April 6. (photo by Victoria Petersen/Peninsula Clarion)
This 2020 electron microscope made available by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention image shows the spherical coronavirus particles from the first U.S. case of COVID-19. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-C.S. Goldsmith, A. Tamin/ CDC via AP

3 new COVID-19 cases on peninsula

One resident and two workers employed by a seafood processor in the borough tested positive.

This 2020 electron microscope made available by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention image shows the spherical coronavirus particles from the first U.S. case of COVID-19. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-C.S. Goldsmith, A. Tamin/ CDC via AP
Employees of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank stand next to their newly acquired delivery truck in Soldotna, Alaska, in this undated photo. (Photo courtesy Greg Meyer/Kenai Peninsula Food Bank)

Food bank gets new truck

The refrigerated box truck will distribute food around the peninsula.

Employees of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank stand next to their newly acquired delivery truck in Soldotna, Alaska, in this undated photo. (Photo courtesy Greg Meyer/Kenai Peninsula Food Bank)
The industrial area of Nikiski can be seen in tbis undated photo. (Photo/File/AJOC)

Feds green light LNG project

The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation is authorized to site, construct and operate the project.

The industrial area of Nikiski can be seen in tbis undated photo. (Photo/File/AJOC)

Making one last connection

Connections home-school students celebrate graduation together, at a distance

Senior Onaca Daniels and her dog Dez participate in Kenai Central High School’s Class of 2020 Graduation Parade in Kenai, Alaska, on May 20, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

‘The start of something new’

Kenai Central High embark on new lives with fanfare

Senior Onaca Daniels and her dog Dez participate in Kenai Central High School’s Class of 2020 Graduation Parade in Kenai, Alaska, on May 20, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)
Nikiski High School seniors Hamilton “Hammie” Cox, left, and Martin Cox III, right, smile for the camera during the 2020 Nikiski High School Graduation Commencement Ceremony in Nikiski, Alaska on May 19, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

‘Always go all in on everything’

Nikiski students celebrate with ‘historic’, unconventional ceremony

Nikiski High School seniors Hamilton “Hammie” Cox, left, and Martin Cox III, right, smile for the camera during the 2020 Nikiski High School Graduation Commencement Ceremony in Nikiski, Alaska on May 19, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

‘Appreciate it all’

SoHi students say goodbye to memorable, challenging final year

Court reports for May 17, 2020

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An exhibit at the Alaska SeaLife Center is photographed on July 23, 2019, in Seward . (Photo courtesy of the Alaska SeaLife Center)

SeaLife Center in Seward to reopen

The number of people allowed entrance will be limited and sanitation measures put in place.

An exhibit at the Alaska SeaLife Center is photographed on July 23, 2019, in Seward . (Photo courtesy of the Alaska SeaLife Center)
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                                A sign instructing patients and visitors on the COVID-19 screening process is seen in the River Tower of Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna on April 7 .

Hospital resumes non-urgent procedures; case count increases by 4

On May 4, the state allowed for most non-urgent surgeries and procedures to resume.

Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion
                                A sign instructing patients and visitors on the COVID-19 screening process is seen in the River Tower of Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna on April 7 .
A 2019 satellite image shows a slow-moving landslide along Barry Arm near Prince William Sound, Alaska. (Image via Alaska Department of Natural Resources)

Scientists warn of potential landslide, tsunami in Prince William Sound area

A landslide-generated tsunami is possible within the next year and “likely” to occur within 20 years.

A 2019 satellite image shows a slow-moving landslide along Barry Arm near Prince William Sound, Alaska. (Image via Alaska Department of Natural Resources)

Partially diassembled pipe bomb found in Kenai residence

Police received a call reporting what appeared to be a pipe bomb in a residence on Alder Avenue.

COVID-19. (CDC)

No new COVID-19 cases reported

The total number of cases in Alaska stands at 383, with 38 total hospitalizations and 10 deaths.

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                                Construction crews work along the Kenai Spur Highway in Kenai on Tuesday.

Construction season kicks off

Projects are scheduled for Seward, Sterling Highway, Old Sterling and Kenai Spur highways.

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                                Construction crews work along the Kenai Spur Highway in Kenai on Tuesday.