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The Alaska SeaLife Center recently overcame major financial setbacks spurred by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Thursday marked the 38th day in a row that the state reported daily case increase of more than 500.
Zink fielded questions from the Kenai City Council during their Wednesday night work session
The beloved school activities bus driver died on Dec. 3 from COVID-19 complications.
Governor said his office did not have enough time to review the facts of the case
Wildwood Correctional Facility in Kenai had zero active cases among inmates as of Wednesday, and Spring Creek Correctional Facility had one active case as of Dec. 8.
The loans are meant to help businesses become more resilient in the face of economic disasters.
Fishermen, processors, elected officials warn of devastation to the fishery.
One of the drivers was pronounced dead on scene
Other towers were approved in Ninilchik, Nikolaevsk, Cohoe and Bear Creek
FDA recently issued emergency use authorization for two new COVID-19 treatments.
Wednesday marked the 37th day in a row that the state reported a daily case increase of more than 500.
This is the second time that the lease has been extended.
K-6 students will be allowed to return to school on Jan. 19 even if their region is at high risk.
Recent wildfires were exacerbated by elevated air temperatures and decreased snow cover on the ground in the Arctic region.
The court ordered the restoration of $334,700 to the budget of the state’s appellate courts.
The council will be joined by Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink, among others.
Gingerbread houses on display for annual contest
Applicants should look for calls from phone numbers with a 360 area code or emails from cssalaska.org.
All peninsula communities were affected except for Fritz Creek and Other South