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11:30 p.m. update
Local customers bring a variety of opinions to new face-mask policies at retailers.
Church gets new roof, cupolas, crosses for 125th anniversary
Google says advertising company needs to be verified for the U.S.
City property is off limits to camping.
The new entity would be called the Western Emergency Service Area.
Smart Start plan for KPBSD will be sent to Department of Education by the end of this month
The hospital has made several changes or modifications to its facilities.
A 14-foot skiff carrying three people overturned near Gull Island in the mouth of China Poot Bay.
Cotton candy, carnival rides and racing pigs will have to wait for another summer, according to the board of directors for the Kenai Peninsula Fair.… Continue reading
Richardson cared for 53 critically ill COVID-19 patients. Only two of those patients lived.
Iron Mike statue unveiled at Soldotna Creek Park
The proposed ordinance opposes legislation restricting rights protected by the Second Amendment.
It was the largest single-day increase in new cases of COVID-19 among Alaska residents.
The borough is receiving $37,458,449, which will be provided in three installments.
Passengers leaving Kenai this year through May are down 18,000.
Council members asked what more can be done to ensure communities are protected from the virus.
The event is part of a resurgent trend for traditional weaving.
The resident at Friendship Terrace Assisted Living had been reported positive for the virus Friday.
Leasing and further construction are both possibilities.