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Newborn seal pup transported to SeaLife Center in critical condition
The male harbor seal pup appeared to be abandoned at birth.
Burn suspension lifted on Kenai Peninsula
Burn permits were suspended on May 24 because of weather conditions.
Vaccine information available in Native languages
The organizations worked in tandem for two months to make the translation project possible.
Grants issued for youth summer camps
Many summer camps on the central Kenai Peninsula were either scaled back or canceled altogether because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alaska photographers share experiences documenting Black Lives Matter protests
Soldotna City Council amendment to decrease levy for property taxes fails
It will remain at 0.50 mills.
Soldotna City Council votes to repeal emergency declaration and utility relief
The disaster declaration was enacted on March 19, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Soldotna girls, boys fall in state soccer finals
The Soldotna girls and boys soccer teams each took home a second-place trophy at the Division II state tournament at Service High School in Anchorage… Continue reading
Kenai Festival to takeoff Saturday
Last year’s event was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alaska COVID-19 cases reach lows not seen since last summer
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced 45 new cases on Thursday.
Wednesday Markets now include free walk-in vaccines
Dr. Anne Zink, chief medical officer for the state, made a trip to Soldotna on Wednesday as part of the “Sleeves Up for Summer” campaign.
Wildlife Refuge to open its doors for summer
The refuge has been closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year.
Nikiski woman trampled by mother moose
Never approach a calf moose or come between a cow and calf moose, troopers said.
Moderna vaccine proves effective in kids 12 and up
Nearly 3,000 12- to 15-year-olds in Alaska had received their first Pfizer dose as of May 20.
State alert level drops to intermediate
The Kenai Peninsula Borough also remains in the intermediate alert division.
Heroin overdose deaths increase, officials wonder if it’s pandemic-related
Alaska and other states saw a decrease in opioid overdoses in 2018, an increase in 2019 and then a 165% spike in 2020.
Peninsula claims 6 state wrestling titles
The Homer girls had two champions, while the Homer boys and Soldotna girls had a champion each at Chugiak High School on Saturday in the… Continue reading
Tourists expected to make their way to Seward this summer, even if it’s not on a cruise ship
Tourism in Seward dropped between 60% and 80% last year.
‘Ready for something new’
Nikiski honors graduates during commencement ceremony
‘Trust your book is a good one’
SoHi honors graduates in outdoor ceremony