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State parks, national forest still open for business
Homer’s Sons of Liberty advocate right to assemble, while Alaska’s economy inches toward reopening
Two new COVID-19 cases announced Monday bring state total to 321
5 new cases brings state total to 319
Local city councils take steps to address COVID-19
We went from learning to wash our hands to eye-measuring 6 feet for social distancing.
Dunleavy has handled the pandemic admirably, but the financial crisis is a different story.
Dunleavy says retail sector is next; Crum talks commercial, sport fishing precautions
Local shopping group adapts to changes while still infusing local businesses with extra revenue
“I was having a great time and I was pretty bummed I had to go home.”
Kenai River Brewing is partnering with Sysco to pass on pantry items directly to customers.
7 new cases announced Thursday brings state total to 300
Another summertime event on the Kenai Peninsula has been canceled due to the threat of COVID-19. This time, it’s the annual Kenai River Festival. The… Continue reading
Voices of the Peninsula: Pilot project for electronic filing enables courts to serve Alaskans during pandemic
Many emergency and priority court proceedings cannot wait until the pandemic is over
Bristol Bay knows all too well the devastating impacts of a pandemic.
The event will discuss how the VA has changed its operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alaska’s shortened summer season made operating “simply not viable.”
There won’t be a Mount Marathon Race on July 4 in Seward for the first time since 1942.
Governor announces several changes aimed at reopening the Alaska economy.
A quick return to business as usual could cause a significant uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases if not done properly, modeling from the… Continue reading