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One element of the CARES Act was the Coronavirus Relief Fund, through which the State of Alaska received $1.25 billion.
Among the projects KPEDD is working on this year are the borough’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy and an Economic Resiliency Plan.
Nona Safra sits on the board of the Alaska Commission on Aging.
Read the latest reports.
The new cases bring Alaska’s statewide case total to 61,089.
More than half of peninsula seniors — 52.30% — are fully vaccinated.
The declaration was first issued on March 18, 2020 and has since been extended six times.
As of March 3, more than $55,000 in vouchers had already been distributed and more than 50 businesses were signed up to participate.
‘I really doubt it’s going to pass,’ Vance said of governor’s idea to close rural locations
All of the trees at 3 Friends Dog Park must be removed, report says
Ideological divide over the word ‘highway.’
St. Patrick’s Day parade returns 1 year after COVID-19 cancellation.
The roof has been actively leaking and has ‘exceeded its useful life’
A second test taken by the employee came back negative.
Environmentalists allege Jet Ski ban repeal was tarnished.
More than half of peninsula seniors — 51.86% — are fully vaccinated.
Reopen “quickly and safely.”
Two cases, 14 close contacts.
“The party does not want Lisa Murkowski to be a Republican candidate.”
He’s one of many wanted in connection with the abortive attempt to overturn the election results.