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Duties include screening for COVID-19 testing.
Hospital employee among those testing positive.
It’s been some time since the hedges were trimmed.
The need for medical services has shifted, but it’s still there
City owns Calhoun Ave.
The charges include half a dozen felonies accrued over approximately 48 hours.
Police investigated the house after following a vehicle driving unsafely.
CCFR prides itself on adapting to changing times.
It’s been done before.
The regional organization has members from a number of law enforcement agencies.
HOMER — One person is dead and another two were rescued Wednesday from the waters of Kachemak Bay by commercial fishermen and a surfer when… Continue reading
The program has adapted to distanced learning as coronavirus shows no signs of slowing.
Waiting on Washington?
Seven weeks is a long time in coronavirus-time.
With a suspect at large, it’s not a cold case.
‘This already costs money.’
The man slipped and fell several feet, striking his head on a rock.
The cars were totalled but the injuries weren’t considered serious.
People young and old participate in, attend event.
Be safe out there.