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State doctors say ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine aren’t effective at treating COVID-19.
Liljemark is a history teacher at Seward Middle School.
The district is experiencing “supply chain challenges”
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink said the surge has imposed challenges on hospitals and health care workers.
Queen floated the idea of partnering with Kenai to offer dispatch services.
Leaders, community celebrate opening of Nikiski Fire Station 3.
Doors start closing again due to increasing peninsula case counts.
Kelly Tshibaka received the license during an event on the Kenai River in 2019.
Numerous businesses close for a day or longer for testing of staff as 400th Alaskan dies of COVID-19.
The Kenaitze Indian Tribe is working to expand public transportation on the central Kenai Peninsula.
The peninsula’s latest spruce bark beetle outbreak has impacted more than 1 million acres in Southcentral Alaska.
686 COVID cases reported statewide on Thursday
Safeway issued a press release on Thursday stating that additional doses are available at its pharmacies.
83 resident cases and four nonresident cases were reported on the peninsula.
The candidate filing period for people interested in running for seats open in the Oct. 5 municipal election closed Monday.
The mandate could take effect as soon as next month.
Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation CEO Angela Rodell gave a presentation at the joint Kenai and Soldotna Chamber luncheon Wednesday.
KPBSD opens doors for first day of classes
There were 14 COVID patients admitted as of Tuesday afternoon.
A new trail connecting the Burney’s and Hideout routes is set to be finished toward the end of September.