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Survey: Friends, family most trusted among vaccine hesitant
The study analyzed the subset group of those surveyed who were not planning to get vaccinated, but who were open to learning more about the shots
Homer Electric announces election winners
The results were announced Thursday.
State announces COVID death of resident in 20s
Alaska State Chief Medical Officer Anne Zink said she has been seeing more cases among younger demographics.
Human remains in Nikiski identified as Anchorage man
Hamrick, an Anchorage resident, was reported to the troopers as missing in December 2020.
‘We’re all in this together’
Nikiski students bring high school theater back with “High School Musical”
146 new COVID cases today, 6 locally
The new case count includes six on the Kenai Peninsula.
Fire season outlook ‘average’ this year
While the outlook looks average, weather patterns and fire mitigation techniques can all be factors.
102 new cases statewide on Tuesday, 5 on the peninsula
In the Kenai Peninsula Borough, 42.7% of people 16 and up had received at least their first shot.
Health officials work on vaccine convenience as rates flatline
Moving away from mass vaccination campaigns and reaching the people who haven’t made the time to get their shots yet is the goal in the coming months.
Identity of body found on beach still unknown
Troopers reported on Friday that there were “no obvious signs of foul play.”
Kenai high evacuated after reports of smoke, burning smell
All students and staff were reported as safe.
Half of eligible Alaskans have received 1st dose
Peninsula, state show slowing vaccination rates
Close to one in two eligible Alaska residents — 43.8% — were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Friday.
Volunteers turn out to remove refuse from the refuge
Kenai and Soldotna libraries release May event schedule
All events are still being held virtually at the Kenai Community Library.
Body found on Nikiski beach
The identity has not been released.
Youth cases increase; FDA closer to vaccine approval for 12 and up
Yhe increase is likely due to the fact that many youth are ineligible for the COVID-19 vaccines.
‘Sleeves Up for Summer’ looks to increase vaccination by 25% next month
Dunleavy urges Alaskans to get vaccinated in promotional video.
Back at the wheel
Potters Guild to host Mother’s Day sale
Change 4 the Kenai outlines strategies for curbing injection drug use
Coalition goals include changing social norms, increasing knowledge and promoting connectedness with the community.