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Soldotna High School students will share their COVID-19 experiences beginning on April 8 during a three-day in-person performance of “Pandemic: A Retrospective.” Director Sara Erfurth,… Continue reading
Amid growing concern of long-term COVID symptoms, public health officials urge vigilance
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is planning to relax masking requirements for staff and students when they are participating in outdoor activities, including recess.… Continue reading
Cockrell is a former wildlife trooper and Marathon security supervisor.
CPH will continue to follow up with employees to see if they are interested in being vaccinated.
It was the year that almost wasn’t for peninsula tourism.
The last time the borough conducted a general capture of imagery was in 2012 and 2013 for the western Kenai Peninsula.
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council voted to reccomend the closure last December.
The state announced the change Tuesday
Alaska continues to lead the nation in vaccine rollout
The book features photos and recollections of more than 40 years hunting Alaska game birds with dogs.
The clinic was targeted specifically to KPBSD staff
The board reviewed their initial request and agreed to approach the borough with a new, lower request of $50 million.
Reporters spend a lot of time talking to people: people they don’t know, people they do know, people who really don’t want to talk to… Continue reading
The clinics are specifically for district staff
Both pieces of legislation were approved unanimously
The school district requested about $53 million from the borough, while the borough proposed about $43 million as a minimum amount.
The 19 projects would impact 38 of the district’s 42 schools.
The amount of money requested for the project — $5.39 million — reflects the 35% local match the borough would need to provide
Eastern peninsula schools began operating at medium-risk level on Monday