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‘Finding their path in the world’
“Little Women” musical debuts this weekend
DHSS reports 1 new COVID death on Wednesday
A Palmer man in his 60s died.
Homer Electric to do cable maintenance this summer
HEA workers plan to inject the cables with silicone to fill any cracks caused by insulation deterioration.
‘The Class of 2021 will change the world’
River City Academy graduates 9
4 new COVID deaths reported Tuesday
The state also saw 56 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total to 66,867.
Convenience is key moving forward with vaccination, officials say
On Friday, one of the first mass walk-in vaccine clinics on the peninsula was offered at Soldotna Prep School.
11 new COVID deaths reported on Monday
10 were identified through death certificate review.
Peninsula businesses report worker shortage
Local business owners say it’s “almost impossible” to fill open positions.
Youth 12-15 years old can now get vaccinated
Borough emergency management is working to assist the Pfizer vaccine rollout efforts to the new eligible population.
Art Guild welcomes self-taught artist as new executive director
Originally from Fairbanks, Rydlinski was looking for a place “off the grid”
Kenai Middle School produces movie musical rendition of ‘The Lion King Jr.’
The film is available to stream online this weekend.
FDA approved Pfizer for use in 12- to 15-year-olds
CDC approval pending
Summer camp registrations open at Kenai Watershed Forum
The forum canceled its summer events last year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Identity of Alaska Court System hacker still unknown
The system was able to restore email access Tuesday.
Man arrested in break-in at Kenai Central High School
The man, 36-year-old Christopher D. Stroh, allegedly stole miscellaneous items from the school on Sunday.
State reports 2 new deaths as cases continue downward trend
DHSS reported 62 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, a drop from over 100 reported a week ago.
Cook Inlet graduates 6
“I’m just looking forward to new adventures and just a new chapter in my life.”
Ax-throwing in full swing this summer
Cooper Landing business offering new sport.
Kid cleanup crews take out the trash
The cleanup is a way to teach kids about the importance of conserving the Kenai River habitat.
COVID cases drop 31% statewide this week, 29.8% locally
Positive COVID-19 cases statewide dropped about 31% in the last week, according to data from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. From April… Continue reading