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The survey was released on May 20 and will be open through May 31.
One resident and two workers employed by a seafood processor in the borough tested positive.
The refrigerated box truck will distribute food around the peninsula.
Another nonresident case in Alaska was identified Friday in a seafood industry worker.
Alaska had 42,200 fewer jobs in April than a year earlier.
That brings the total Alaska case count to 404.
With Alaska’s businesses and most other public entities set to reopen at full capacity on Friday, Gov. Mike Dunleavy and his administration are launching a… Continue reading
Connections home-school students celebrate graduation together, at a distance
Kenai Central High embark on new lives with fanfare
The new payment schedule moves up distribution from Oct. 1 when the checks are usually sent.
There has been an alarming decrease in all routine health care, including routine vaccinations.
As a community we have a responsibility to care for and seek to protect our most vulnerable.
Things are moving fast.
Phase three takes effect at 8 a.m. Friday at the start of the Memorial Day weekend.
Nikiski students celebrate with ‘historic’, unconventional ceremony
We call on Gov. Mike Dunleavy to help move job creating infrastructure projects forward.
The protocols, released by the Legislative Affairs Agency, say legislators may refuse screening.
SoHi students say goodbye to memorable, challenging final year
Alaska has three new positive cases of COVID-19.
“The nature of an alternative school is that we’re flexible and roll with it.”