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Though the annual Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival was canceled along with so many other events in light of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the festival organizers… Continue reading
The meal program offered free breakfast and lunch during the week to any district student.
The election was held by mail-in ballot only this year due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cases in Kenai and Eagle River reported on Thursday bring the state’s total count to 374.
Alaskans looking to return home after snowbirding in the Lower 48 will be allowed to travel through Canada, despite the fact that the country closed… Continue reading
Tests results show 168 people in village are negative for COVID-19
Under the ordinance, residents and property developers could apply to set up a private street or subdivision.
Cloth face coverings are strongly encouraged when going out in public.
It’s been postponed to Monday
In addition to this 10th death, the state reported one new case of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
The school board has already begun the superintendent recruitment process.
The state total is 371 positive cases.
Everything from illegal debris burns to hot chainsaws in dry grass were the culprits of the fires.
State commissioners spoke Monday on how $1.5 billion in federal funding would be spent.
Golfers jump at chance to get back outside
Two more COVID-19 cases were reported Monday, bringing the total number of cases in Alaska to 370. This includes nine people who have died and… Continue reading
The borough finance department has had to adjust projections.
Read the latest reports.
Workers may be eligible for up to 13 additional weeks of unemployment benefits.
Concern remains even during a pandemic