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Bridge Access trail, Rec Center upgrades among projects Kenai plans to address this year.
Returning to normal.
Pregnant women were excluded from vaccine clinical trials early on.
The total number of police service calls declined by more than 500.
18.7% positive case increase from last week as CDC and FDA lift J&J pause
According to the Department of Health and Social Services, almost half of all eligible Alaskans 16 and older — 48.7%— have received at least one… Continue reading
The borough, in contrast, has no plans to phase out Zoom services.
The assembly allocated between $1.2 and $2 million in CARES Act money to improve public access to the internet through tower site development and infrastructure.
More contagious variants likely to spread through communities that don’t reach herd immunity
Out of the seven Alaska regions at high-alert level, the peninsula ranks just below Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna region.
“We live for our children. We want to bring that sense of normalcy back in our lives.”
The federal government set aside more than $530 million for the so-called ANCs.
In the Kenai Peninsula Borough, 35.3% of Alaskans 16 and up are fully vaccinated.
Rep. Ben Carpenter, R-Nikiski, introduced legislation Wednesday.
I’m proposing legislation directing $150 million of those funds toward broad, tourism-related relief.
SoHi teens discuss living with pandemic, why they got vaccinated.
About 39.9% peninsula residents have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of Friday.
Parents organize proms as tensions continue on school mitigation protocols.
Food bank will return to monthly boxes as CARES funding dries up.
Nineteen of the fatalities were reported after death certificate review