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The series will kick off with performances by Zen Trembles and opener Shonathin Hoskins.
The state announced 365 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend.
Group organizes sidewalk sale, discounts and art gallery for Earth Day.
Dunleavy proposes investment fund for sustainable energy
Members of the board receive a monthly stipend in addition to being eligible for district insurance.
The need to rebuild the city’s existing animal shelter was first identified by the city in its 1999 strategic plan.
The former DOA head is challenging Sen. Lisa Murkowski for her Senate seat.
Dunleavy said 1.3 million tourists were expected to come to Alaska via cruise ship before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down operations.
The sockeye fishery opens the third Monday in June or June 19, whichever comes last.
State reports more than 1,200 new COVID cases this week
Gary Turner is the current KPC director, and will be stepping down in June.
Young is the longest-serving Republican in Congressional history, having represented Alaska for almost 50 years.
In the Kenai Peninsula Borough, 28.4% of Alaskans 16 and up are fully vaccinated against the disease.
Roughly $1.36 billion in federal funding is expected to flow into Alaska.
The manager will be responsible for capital projects “from inception to completion.”
Doing nothing would have made delinquent accounts due with penalty and interest on past due amounts.
The size of the leak is reported to be between 75,000 and 150,000 cubic feet a day.
The court, in a brief order, reversed a ruling by a superior court judge.
The alleged offenses occurred between 2012 and 2018.
It’s not just tourism.