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System sees modest increase in budget for first time in years
Eastman was identified as a “life member” of the Oath Keepers last year
Contact tracing and data collection will have to be reworked if COVID is here to stay
The lawsuit seeks to reopen commercial salmon fishing in the Upper Cook Inlet Exclusive Economic Zone
With caveats on financials, legislators optimistic about working together
The total number of statewide COVID deaths is nearly equivalent to the population of Funny River.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced summer sport fishing regulations Wednesday
Project Homeless Connect offers services, supplies to those experiencing housing instability
Jake Thompson is a former host of KSRM’s Tall, Dark and Handsome Show and Sound-off talk-show
The Alaska Supreme Court last week upheld the system, narrowly approved by voters in 2020.
Dunleavy paints optimistic picture in State of the State address
A drive-up COVID-19 testing clinic will be held at Homer Public Health Center this week.
On Monday, there were 14 staff members and 69 students self-isolating with the virus
Palin claims the Times damaged her reputation with an opinion piece penned by its editorial board
The state reported 5,759 new cases sequenced from Jan. 21-23
The event will be held at the Soldotna Sports Complex on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The new theater is projected to cost around $4.7 million.
Due to weather, all but 4 schools will be delayed
On Friday, the seven-day average number of daily cases skyrocketed to 2,234.6 per 100,000 people
Cautious optimism reigns, but operators say it’s too early to tell.