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Another storm system is expected to move into the area again late Monday.
Changes would have barred breweries from hosting festivals, fundraisers and other public gatherings.
The new appointed member will hold the seat until the next regular election, in October 2020
The budget meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. School board to meet Wednesday to discuss board vacancy.
Kenai Watershed Forum’s Adopt-A-Stream program connects kids to the environment
Soldotna High singer to perform in national choir ensemble
The plan includes several long-term goals and covers many facets of borough development.
Dan Beck is the 2020 State of Alaska Assistant Principal of the Year.
In his proposed FY 2020 budget, Pierce zeroed out $100,000 for the tourism marketing council.
Martha Fleming was elected in October in an uncontested race to represent the eastern peninsula.
The inability to effectively collect sales tax on online sales is eroding the sales tax base.
Borough considers land where the two elementary schools are now as a location for new fire station.
The ordinance would change elected service board roles to appointments.
November is Avalanche Awareness Month.
Homer Superior Court and Kenai District Court are holding a joint meeting at 12:30 p.m.
The borough hasn’t approved a comprehensive plan since 2005.
The work group would assess current permit processes and recommend potential amendments to code.
The station was responsible for maintaining the Turnagain Pass Corridor.
Also known as “the Nation’s report card,” the report is a snapshot of American educational achievement.
The cities’ resolutions support a Regional Climate Change Adaption Plan.