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The amount of financial aid ranged anywhere from $60 to $110 per surgery.
The park plans to donate the bear to charity so its meat can be salvaged.
The grant is designed to encourage Alaskan communities to promote COVID-safe travel in the state this summer.
The monthlong run and fat bike challenge kicked off in person on Tuesday at South Kenai Beach.
The city planted around 43 trees in 2019 and plans to put another 43 in the ground this summer.
The free concert series kicks off following last week’s opening of the Soldotna Wednesday Market.
The man was walking through the water in his waders and stepped into a drop-off in the bay.
Community gathers to honor the fallen in Memorial Day service
The male harbor seal pup appeared to be abandoned at birth.
Burn permits were suspended on May 24 because of weather conditions.
The organizations worked in tandem for two months to make the translation project possible.
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
It will remain at 0.50 mills.
The disaster declaration was enacted on March 19, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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
Last year’s event was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced 45 new cases on Thursday.
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.
The refuge has been closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year.