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Public health officials work to stay ahead of testing need
More kids are contracting COVID amid delta surge
The breach was caused by a highly sophisticated cyberattack and involves an unknown number of individuals.
A Valdez and Kodiak resident took home checks for $49,000 each.
Choosing Our Roots houses LGBTQ+ youth ages 13-24 with a host person or family
The StoryWalk was made possible by a $2,500 donation from the Soldotna Library Friends.
Central Peninsula Hospital was operating at a 112% occupancy rate Wednesday morning.
People can send welcome letters or purchase items from the organization’s Amazon wish list if they want to give from afar.
Deaths of 6 residents, 1 nonresident reported
The dynamite was likely left from previous road construction in the area, troopers said.
8th annual Harvest Moon Festival focuses on sustainability, locally sourced foods and food security.
The state announced another 1,473 positive COVID cases over the weekend.
State Epidemiologist Joe McLaughlin said there are some similarities with the flu and COVID-19 viruses.
By CAMILLE BOTELLO Peninsula Clarion The Soldotna Stars football team overpowered the Palmer Moose to win Friday’s homecoming game 46-27 at Justin Maile Field. Soldotna… Continue reading
The state announced 702 new positive COVID cases Friday.
Silver salmon derby kicks off next week
Central peninsula remembers 9/11 two decades later
In their weekly press briefing, health officials worked to clarify FDA approval processes and misconceptions about alternative treatments for COVID.
Health workers approach 18 months caring for COVID patients — and they’re tired.
“Beveral Hillbillies, the Musical” will premiere this weekend.