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779 fishermen shared their primary concerns from before and after the coronavirus outbreak.
Activities return to district facilities
Registered voters have the option to mail in an absentee ballot, vote early or vote in person.
The resident at Friendship Terrace Assisted Living had been reported positive for the virus Friday.
The six employees work in five different departments in the hospital.
The 20 new cases bring Alaska’s total number of COVID-19 cases among residents to 696
Nikiski skateboarder competes virtually in international competition
Classes will be mostly remote in fall semester
Diamond M hosts annual summer festival
Leasing and further construction are both possibilities.
The man shot and killed a black bear in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
Seniors hit the field for friendly games of softball
Cases were identified in Homer, Soldotna, Kenai and southern peninsula area.
The restrictions are out of concern for Kenai River and the Kasilof River king salmon populations.
District admin is still contemplating if and when school facilities will be open to the public.
Black Lives Matter draws 500 protesters
KPC professor says long-term outlook for process technology grads is still positive
The aggressive bear activity is a sow with a cub, possibly on an animal kill.
The 6-3 decision is a resounding victory for the LGBTQ+ community.
One nonresident case was reported in a seafood industry worker in the Aleutians East Census Area.