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All in-person voting scheduled for April 4 has been canceled.
No cases yet, but hospital is preparing for coronavirus patients
The person reported symptoms in Anchorage after traveling and remains in isolation in Anchorage.
As of Wednesday at 5 p.m., there were five positive cases of COVID-19 confirmed on the peninsula.
The employee did not work in the public.
A state of Alaska health mandate ceased hands-on treatments as of 5 p.m. Tuesday.
K-12 education across Alaska will be delivered directly to a student’s home.
Homer High grad one of 19 Alaskans stranded when Peru closed its borders due to coronavirus
The Alaskan who died, described as a “high-risk older individual,” was in Washington state.
Work is going full speed.
Juneau is steeling itself against a coming storm.
Business owners encouraged to take peninsula-wide survey
4 additional cases announced statewide
The school superintendent was diagnosed with kidney cancer days before spring break.
Put’s a strain on state savings.
The garden trail would be housed on a 7-acre portion of a borough-owned plot near SoHi.
The cases were reported in Soldotna, Sterling.
The governor recently issued mandates that shuttered entertainment venues, bars, dine-in services.
Kenai fire chief retires after 38 years in field
What’s happening this week in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District