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My car’s rear window is full of stickers. I have a few inspired by the Grateful Dead, a Settlers of Catan one, a 3022 ft.… Continue reading
The budget appropriates over $16 million in general fund spending.
Diane Somers sees a lot of variety throughout her eight-hour days at the Peninsula Clarion. She is the first face you see when you walk… Continue reading
Soldotna City Council members will be able to rock out at Music in the Park, or other Wednesday events, this summer. The council approved a… Continue reading
‘Tis the season for being especially cautious in the out of doors
The Kenai City Council appropriated grant funds for summer water quality testing in the Kenai River at their meeting Wednesday. Kenai received about $56,000 from… Continue reading
Kenai City Council voted down an ordinance that would allow onsite marijuana consumption in retail stores at their council meeting Wednesday night. Alaska recently became… Continue reading
Wednesday night, all the cats of Seward took over the alleys. The second annual Alley Cats Run brought all of the felines in town away… Continue reading
Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The ordinance permits the activity through a conditional use permit process.
Seward City Council approved a three-year contract with Scott Mezaros.
“I spend most of my summers waiting for winter to come.”
The donation will be split up for several different uses.
Helminiak is the longest standing employee at the Peninsula Clarion
I got confused looking out at Resurrection Bay recently. The horizon was clouded, none of the mountains that typically line the coast were visible from… Continue reading
The assembly approved a resolution to increase the district’s FY19 budget by $2,423,955
The Kenai Peninsula Fish Habitat Partnership began in 2010 and hosts the symposium every two years.
“The Board of Fisheries is set to be stacked … “
“Actually I had no idea I’d end up working for the Clarion when I moved here”
“This time of year there’s not a lot of food for them”