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About 26.9% of peninsula residents 16 and older have received at least one dose
Reorganizing the department remains a priority.
The city has about $2 million left to spend
The storm, however, caused few headaches in Anchorage.
Fellow lawmakers say Republican Sen. Lora Reinbold has refused to follow measures meant to guard against COVID-19.
A large number of available appointments was likely due to confusion about who was eligible, according to administrators.
The disposal site saw more use in 2020 due to a statewide burn suspension enacted during the 2020 wildland fire season.
Affected peninsula communities include Nikiski and Soldotna.
The group is seeking long-term protections for the region.
Uncertainty hurts business.
The communities will receive about $15,500 each.
The last time the borough conducted a general capture of imagery was in 2012 and 2013 for the western Kenai Peninsula.
Vaccination efforts offer morale boost to peninula seniors
Three cases were reported on the peninsula
The state announced the change Tuesday
Zirkle sustained multiple injuries after suffering a fall while coming into the checkpoint in Rohn on Monday evening.
City Manager Stephanie Queen said she was repealing a “large gathering” policy implemented last year
Governor maintains executive order is within his powers, others are less sure.
Alaska continues to lead the nation in vaccine rollout
337 cases were reported over the past three days