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The state reported 66 more COVID deaths Tuesday, some recent and some as far back as April.
Wildlife Trooper Laura Reid received a Life-Saving Award and Antoine Aridou received a Governor’s Commendation.
COVID-19 vaccine eligibility explained
The Soldotna Stars football team fell to Fairbanks’ Lathrop High School in a close Division II state championship game at Anchorage’s Service High School on… Continue reading
The newly reported deaths push Alaska’s total to 594 COVID fatalities since the beginning of the pandemic.
The approved COVID vaccines, Zink said, are the best tool to get cases to drop off.
The event will include rock painting, the winter gear giveaway and a free spaghetti lunch.
“Give AK a Shot” awards $49,000 in cash scholarships to one newly vaccinated adult and one child.
The Great British Baking Show-esque event showcases local culinary talent.
He has been a State Trooper in Soldotna since June 2020.
Ladies First program is a nationwide health care initiative that provides free cervical cancer and breast cancer screenings.
At Central Peninsula Hospital there were 22 COVID patients on Wednesday morning — 17 unvaccinated.
One trail user reported stolen skis recently and multiple signs have been defaced.
Health care workers from the Lower 48 have been deployed to help Alaska’s COVID crisis.
Trick-or-treating, pumpkin decorating and scavenger hunts are featured this Halloween month.
CPH has 49 regularly licensed beds.
Approximately 187 inmates have tested positive at the facility.
By CAMILLE BOTELLO Peninsula Clarion Kenai Central’s Jayna Boonstra raced her way to another Division II state cross-country championship at Bartlett High School in Anchorage… Continue reading
The weekly draw awards one newly vaccinated adult resident and one newly vaccinated child resident $49,000 in cash and scholarships.
Although cases appear to be dropping, officials say Alaska isn’t ‘out of the woods’ yet