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Regents to meet next week.
Additional COVID-19 cases announced in Soldotna and in a nonresident visitor to the peninsula
4 of the new cases are on the southern peninsula, and Nikiski has its first case
Salmonfest director confident next year’s festival will go ahead as planned.
The refrigerated box truck will distribute food around the peninsula.
Residents should be able to see the flyovers from their homes.
Fishing charters are currently allowed to operate at 50% capacity with people from different households.
A change is gonna come.
Blaze threatened 2 homes and was started by juveniles playing with fireworks
Though the annual Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival was canceled along with so many other events in light of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the festival organizers… Continue reading
Tests results show 168 people in village are negative for COVID-19
Concern remains even during a pandemic
“I felt like I needed to come … It was a calling. I had to go.”
One case is from community transmission, the other still under investigation
State has net zero or negative growth.
State announces protocols for commercial fishermen and charters, loosens some in-state travel restrictions
Two more cases announced Thursday brings state total to 337
“The stars aligning for it to happen on 4/20 was the cherry on top.”
A Facebook live announcement was held and the results released on April 18.
Homer’s Sons of Liberty advocate right to assemble, while Alaska’s economy inches toward reopening