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This year’s edition of Operation Santa Claus didn’t have the pomp and grandeur of previous incarnations.
Proposal to phase out Tutka Bay Lagoon Hatchery draws ire
975 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine were transported from Anchorage to Soldotna Wednesday morning.
Affected peninsula communities include Kenai, Soldotna, Homer, Other North, Other South and Sterling
The state began receiving more than 35,000 doses of the vaccine late Sunday, with distribution planned across Alaska.
The declaration was extended until March 31, 2021
Fish and Game repeals ban that kept them out of critical habitat areas
The new cases bring Alaska’s statewide case total to 41,858.
People held signs and glow sticks in Soldotna to protest remote learning
The first of Alaska’s 35,100 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 arrived via UPS plane in the state on Monday
With just over a month before session is set to begin, some lawmakers are waiting to lock down digs.
Drive-thru events and online crafts are among the family-fun activities being offered this month
Community opposition mounts to Smart Start revisions
Affected communities include Kenai, Homer, Soldotna, Seward, Nikiski, Other South and Sterling
Board members have been appointed and transfer of assets is next
Budget plan includes $5,000 in Alaska Permanent Fund dividend payments in 2021 and a $350 million bond package.
Pandemic prompts surge in outdoor activity
Collegiate summer leagues like the ABL were hit by another potential obstacle recently.
There were 273 cases reported by the Kenai Peninsula Borough over the past week.
Dunleavy previously said that a shortage of time prevented Alaska from joining in the lawsuit.