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Attendees are invited to bring a dish featuring local ingredients to share
‘If ever a gravel pit should be denied, it would have been this one’
The FAA is awarding $495 million in airport infrastructure grants
The series aims to engage residents in learning more about food and nutrition
The fire grew to 32,000 acres over the weekend
A quick search on airbnb.com shows hundreds of home, cabins and even yurts for rent
Pierce vetoed the $100,000 in funding for the Kenai Peninsula Tourism Marketing Council
Senior centers offer a variety of activities.
The tax will be on the ballot Oct. 1, and if approved, would go into effect April 1, 2020.
The borough lost a lawsuit against plaintiffs represented by the ACLU of Alaska
The funding is aimed at fostering efficiency and economic growth
Fire lines near the community of Sterling were strengthened over the weekend by fire crews.
The petition urges the assembly to cancel the upcoming Satanic invocation.
Rhubarb-Palooza to show how to get creative with the summer favorite
Nearly half of the food is vegetarian, with one whole side of the menu offering plant-based options
The limit will double from three sockeye salmon to six per day starting Friday through July 14
Peninsula educators and staff voted May 22 to strike
The proposed pit has been the center of a yearlong controversy
A construction detour will be the only access beyond Mile 5.5 between June 17 and July 16.
Six fires are active on Kenai National Wildlife Refuge lands