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Dunleavy previews plan to reopen Alaska economy
Two new COVID-19 cases announced Monday bring state total to 321
Five more COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday
5 new cases brings state total to 319
State eyes opening more of the economy
Dunleavy says retail sector is next; Crum talks commercial, sport fishing precautions
Dunleavy: State will move toward reopening economy slowly, safely
7 new cases announced Thursday brings state total to 300
8th Alaskan dies of COVID-19, Kenai reports its 3rd case
11 new cases reported Saturday, bringing state total to 257
State extends school closure through academic year
9 new cases, but no new deaths or hospitalizations reported Thursday
4th COVID-19 case reported in Soldotna
Over the weekend, there were three deaths of Alaska residents due to COVID-19 reported by the state.
Anchor Point man dies out of state from COVID-19
The state of Alaska reported 14 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday on its website.
State recommends wearing face coverings in public
Number of Kenai Peninsula cases grows to 10; state tally rises to 157
Federal delegates talk aid, equipment for Alaska amid coronavirus spread
Alaska’s total COVID-19 case count rose to 119 on Monday
Second Homer resident tests positive for COVID-19
This is Homer’s first case within the city; state total climbs to 102
State COVID-19 cases climb by 10
This brings the total number of illnesses caused by the novel coronavirus in Alaska to 69.
State talks containment, treatment for COVID-19
Total number of COVID-19 cases rises to 59
South Peninsula Hospital has tested 25 people for COVID-19
No cases yet, but hospital is preparing for coronavirus patients
Homer announces first case of COVID-19
The person reported symptoms in Anchorage after traveling and remains in isolation in Anchorage.
Playing the waiting game in Peru
Homer High grad one of 19 Alaskans stranded when Peru closed its borders due to coronavirus
SBA offers loans for struggling businesses in wake of COVID-19
Business owners encouraged to take peninsula-wide survey
2 COVID-19 cases reported on central peninsula
The cases were reported in Soldotna, Sterling.
Borough gathers input on fire, emergency services area for Ninilchik
This question came up for the small fishing community again after a recent kerfuffle.
Out of the Office: Back to basics
What do column writing and cross-country skiing have in common? Sometimes, they’re like pulling teeth. There are some days when the words just don’t seem… Continue reading