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Peninsula high schooler nationally honored for pollinator project
Information from the surveys will be used to identify the needs of the region.
State has net zero or negative growth.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink said the state is expecting to see more cases.
Total number of cases rests at 339, while 217 have recovered
It’s an inexact science that is part clinical, part investigative work.
Indoor gatherings will be limited to 20 people, or 25% capacity of the site, whichever is smaller.
The following judgments were recently handed down in Kenai District Court: Kiana Cheyenne Edgmon, 23, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. In… Continue reading
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Chamber hoping to hold music series once public gatherings are allowed.
Community finds creative ways to celebrate birthdays during pandemic.
Assembly approved $7 million less than the district received for FY 2020.
Mandate offers guidelines for nonessential businesses.
State announces protocols for commercial fishermen and charters, loosens some in-state travel restrictions
Two more cases announced Thursday brings state total to 337
Dunleavy outlines details for nonessential businesses; test criteria loosens
No other option.
Borough would receive $37 million in community assistance.
“The stars aligning for it to happen on 4/20 was the cherry on top.”
On Wednesday, Dunleavy rolled out a plan to reopen sectors of the economy.