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The closure is due to cuts triggered by lower than expected revenue from the motor fuel tax.
A webpage encourages people to come forward and help solve longstanding cold cases.
The move follows the arrest on drug charges of 2 Alaska medical providers, including a local doctor.
Residents can prepare for flu season, discard old medications or donate blood.
Cutting is limited to trees that are dead and downed within the designated permit areas.
The board unanimously passed their 2020 state and federal legislative priorities.
Turnout was lowest since 2012.
What’s happening this week
The series, hosted by Cook Inletkeeper and KenaiChange, has had six meetings in recent months.
The vote was moved to November in order to allow the service area boards to weigh in.
The peninsula’s ongoing drought saw no changes this week.
Tyson Cox, Jesse Bjorkman and Brent Johnson will take their seats at the next meeting.
Authorities say Lavern Davidhizar illegally distributed large amounts of opioids and other narcotics
The Forest Service is urging hikers to use extreme caution when exploring burned areas of the forest
The agreement for a three-year contract will be effective between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2021.
The district may not submit a request to reopen Soldotna Prep until seven or more years have passed.
Loans for fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, and bills that can’t be paid because of the fire.
An ordinance appropriating $426,303 for community projects will be considered Tuesday.
The associations and the district had been negotiating for a contract for nearly 600 days.
The borough has 12 service boards, of which seven boards include elected positions.