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Two more Alaskan deaths have been tied to COVID-19, bringing the total number of Alaskans whose deaths have been related to the disease to 22.… Continue reading
Alaska recorded its highest number in a single day of positive COVID-19 cases, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced on Sunday. The… Continue reading
JUNEAU, (AP) — The group tasked with reforming the Alaska Marine Highway System said a $24 million subsidy proposed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy to run… Continue reading
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to release its final environmental review.
Local customers bring a variety of opinions to new face-mask policies at retailers.
At the Homer Farmers Market on Saturday I overheard one of the farmers telling a customer the secret to the Market’s success. She summed it… Continue reading
The biggest project would be the construction of a new school in Kachemak Selo.
The Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is entering the final stretch of hosting the first ever Homer Peony Celebration. The inaugural event kicked… Continue reading
Homerites and other coastal Alaskans were roused out of bed last night for an evacuation following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami warning for… Continue reading
“We are on a tightwire between a rock and a hard place.”
Alaska continues its steady climb in new COVID-19 cases each day, with an additional 94 cases recorded by the state on Wednesday. Of those, 92… Continue reading
The tsunami warning for Kachemak Bay has been canceled by the U.S. Tsunami Warning System. There is no longer a warning, advisory, threat or watch… Continue reading
11:30 p.m. update: The Kenai Peninsula Borough Office of Emergency Management has clarified that the tsunami warning is in effect for the coastal areas of… Continue reading
141 new cases driven in part by seafood industry outbreaks
This brings the total number of resident cases to 1,693 and nonresident cases to 339.
Members of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly voted recently to make the borough a Second Amendment “sanctuary.” The assembly voted at its July 7 meeting,… Continue reading
The Kenai Peninsula Borough is offering several open houses to help small business owners and nonprofits earn about opportunities for pandemic-relief grants through funding received… Continue reading
It is interesting how the COVID-19 situation has amplified so many people’s awareness of what is important. We are learning to localize more than ever,… Continue reading
City of Seward pledges $500,000, memberships soar
A rundown of candidates running to represent the lower Kenai Peninsula in the primary, general election
Residents of the lower Kenai Peninsula have some choices ahead of them in both the upcoming Alaska primary and general elections. The primary election is… Continue reading