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Community members gather to honor veterans’ sacrifices.
Central Peninsula Hospital had fewer than 11 COVID hospitalizations and was operating at 86% capacity.
The board paired new Alaska State House Districts with Senate districts Wednesday.
Members discussed if the meetings were necessary with public Zoom access available.
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Murkowski celebrates passage of federal infrastructure bill
The Kenai Central High School administrator said he was flattered and grateful that the community appreciated his efforts.
Soldotna High School returns to stage with production of musical “Annie”
High schoolers fill last-minute spot in art center’s mural project.
Police said Joshua Eric Butcher sprayed bullets throughout the Safeway store early Sunday evening.
The regulations drew safety concerns when first proposed earlier this year.
Tuesday’s actions followed pointed exchanges on proposed maps for the area Monday and extended executive sessions.
There were more than 11,100 day uses of campgrounds — the most ever.
The deaths were reported after death certificate review from August through October, with most of the deaths occurring in October.
The funds were part of $2 million in beetle kill mitigation funds obtained by Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
Seward and Kodiak will vote together; Carpenter’s district expands
Annual contests put kids’ creativity to the test.
The mandate applies to all CPH properties, which includes the hospital, adjoining clinic and Heritage Place.
Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce said he will not appoint Linda Farnsworth-Hutchings to the commission.
The CPH director of external affairs said the hospital does not treat COVID-19 with ivermectin because it has not been approved by the FDA for that purpose.