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The Kenai Police Department is no longer searching for two police impersonators
Central Peninsula Hospital said three residents and one staff member tested positive
DHSS reported 465 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Monday.
The district launched a parent survey to get feedback on how to best resume on-site learning.
Governor encourages Legislature to call session
Students, parents and teachers are struggling and dissatisfied with remote learning.
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A timeline for filling the vacancy has not yet been determined.
The city council unanimously approved the $100,000 grant
Biden says ‘time to heal’; Trump refuses to concede
The state also reported 46 new hospitalizations and two additional deaths this week.
Shoppers got to browse the wares of over a dozen local artists and craftspeople during the inaugural Merry Little Christmas Market
Affected peninsula communities include Soldotna, Kenai, Sterling, Homer, ‘Other North’ and Seward.
KPBSD announced the extension of remote learning for 17 schools in response to COVID-19 case numbers
This case had been closed since 2002 after investigators failed to locate a suspect.
Cook Inletkeeper to raise funds through community showcase
Biden eclipsed Trump in Wisconsin and Michigan, two crucial Midwestern battleground states.
Troopers seized the three cases of beer, which were estimated at $50 in value.
Gillham, Carpenter, Vance report solid leads
Young, the longest-serving Republican ever in the U.S. House, was seeking his 25th term in Tuesday’s election.