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Nikiski resident shares his vaccination experience
“3REICH” was inadvertently overlooked for additional review by an employee going through applications, the report says.
The new position is part of the city’s Maintenance Department
The resignation of Ed Sniffen was announced Friday
Hundreds of appointments remain open across the state
COVID-19 weekly update
First virtual address.
Council members praised the city administration.
Eastern peninsula schools began operating at medium-risk level on Monday
The City of Kenai is also offering transportation to and from Kenai clinics
The borough allocated its nearly $37.5 million in CARES Act dollars toward 24 different projects
Four Alaskans win thousands.
The prestigious award for her illustration work tails her Google Doodle being featured in December.
Only one member of the House Coalition — a 20-member group of mostly Democrats that also includes independents and a Republican — attended Wednesday’s floor session.
Four new cases were reported on the peninsula, all in Seward
The variant was detected in an Anchorage resident who tested positive last month
Environmental groups hailed the expected moratorium as the kind of bold, urgent action needed to slow climate change.
The board unanimously supported Holland, who will take over from O’Brien later this year
Division of Motor Vehicles plans to investigate the issuance of “3REICH” personalized license plates
State reports fewer than 100 cases for first time since September; more than 5,000 vaccinated on peninsula
Only two cases were reported on the peninsula, in Homer and Soldotna