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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.
Three new members of the assembly will be sworn in.
The area’s ongoing drought saw significant improvement this week. The drought was downgraded, according to Thursday’s updated U.S. Drought Monitor map. A majority of the… Continue reading
Soldotna residents should expect changes to their city council in the coming months. Tyson Cox, a current member on the Soldotna City Council, offered his… Continue reading
The check impacts many aspects of socioeconomic life in Alaska.
Carey took in 300 votes or 54% of the vote, while Parker took in 240 votes, or 43% of the vote.
Truesdell brought in 230 votes or 40% of the vote as of Tuesday night.
The toxin has not been found at unsafe levels in Kenai.
Between June 1 and Aug. 31, the city of Kenai received 1.73 inches of rainfall.
The results were overwhelmingly in favor of the contract.
The city council approved a substitute resolution, which removes two areas along K-Beach Road.