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Eatery dine-in services, bars and entertainment venues to be closed indefinitely
Residents facing financial hardships due to the pandemic will not see their electricity shut off.
‘Completely decimated travel in Alaska’
The official deadline is 11:59 p.m., April 30.
Basic salmon patties can be used in an assortment of meals.
Dunleavy, commissioners talk measures to stabilize the economy
With the addition of 16 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and news of the first death within the state of Alaska, new health mandates shutting… Continue reading
The school superintendent was diagnosed with kidney cancer days before spring break.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is preparing to migrate education from brick-and-mortar schools to a distance delivery system. The extended spring break for students… Continue reading
The Alaskan who died, described as a “high-risk older individual,” was in Washington state.
5 total new cases Monday bring Alaska count to 37
“We’re asking you to help us by staying home if at all possible.”
Public buildings are being closed and events canceled locally and across the state.
All 42 schools on the Kenai Peninsula will be closed between March 16-20.
Dunleavy talks state budget, fiscal future and oil prices
The $30 million bond package would fund capital projects in school buildings across the district.
Resolution in support of state House Bill 198 passes 5-4 at Tuesday’s assembly meeting.
“It wasn’t the best deal ever, but it was a lifesaver.”
The recall group must gather 71,252 signatures.
A state bill looking to expand hate crime protections to include crimes motivated by the victim’s sexual orientation or gender identity may see support from… Continue reading