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“We need to grow the economy.”
Dubbed “Taiko,” the concert debuted March 24 and may return with an encore show.
Local bakers share origins of an Alaskan classic
“We’re really here, for the most part, because of the governor’s proposed budget.”
As I write this column, I’m drowning in stories of Legislature budgets, potential school closures and some guy stealing a mammoth tusk in Anchorage. There’s… Continue reading
The ordinance would appropriate $2,423,955 for the school district’s fiscal year 2019 budget.
“Things haven’t been going too well, so we’re going to ask to table it here after the public meeting.”
The resolution from the borough is proposing to offer the school district $47,314,477.
The mayor’s office said Pierce would not be in until the week of April 15
“Exploring the difficult concept of school consolidations or closures is a challenging task”
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education has chosen John O’Brien to be the interim superintendent of schools. The pick comes as a… Continue reading
The consolidation would move Soldotna Prep ninth grade students into Soldotna High School
“Scouting offers a means of networking and a method to achieve goals”
In face of budget cuts, teachers seek other opportunities
Two Grammy-winning artists will headline this year’s Salmonfest. Organizers of the well-attended Ninilchik event announced this week that Jason Mraz will perform Friday and Ani… Continue reading
‘As a parent, I think my biggest situation is the increased road time my kids will be subjected to.’
Swimmers seek more information on potential school pool closures
“We are now to the bone … More cuts will cut to the marrow and we’re going to start losing limbs”
The school district passed a total general fund revenue budget of $145,387,469
The school board worked with the Association of Alaska School Boards to facilitate the search