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Are you a planner? An organizer? A list-maker? I’m not. I love not knowing what tomorrow will bring, and when it comes to taking a… Continue reading
Borough residents can apply for these grants July 13 through July 24.
Residents may now obtain permits for burn barrels as well as for small and large-scale brush fires.
The cases include 28 residents and two nonresidents.
Peninsula communities take different approaches to COVID-19 testing.
Since Thursday, the state has reported four new resident cases and one new nonresident case.
The state reported 120 news cases this week.
Alaska artists who have experienced financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for a $1,500 grant, according to a Thursday release from… Continue reading
No new Homer cases in Sunday report
These funds were allocated by the governor and approved by the Legislature as part of the CARES Act.
Early-run king salmon emergency orders on Kenai, Kasilof Rivers to last through June 30
Those arriving from outside the state must self-quarantine, but revisions allow for exceptions.
The reopenings are part of phase one of the borough’s approach to reopening responsibly.
Ban will stay in effect on the peninsula due to recreational traffic associated with fishing season.
Connections home-school students celebrate graduation together, at a distance
One resident and two workers employed by a seafood processor in the borough tested positive.
Projects are scheduled for Seward, Sterling Highway, Old Sterling and Kenai Spur highways.
2 new cases announced Monday are from Anchorage and Fairbanks.
The election was held by mail-in ballot only this year due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cloth face coverings are strongly encouraged when going out in public.