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“The conference strives to offer something for readers: to discuss literature and meet writers”
The first-ever Kenai Kite Festival will be held at the Kenai North Beach from noon to 2 p.m.
There are numerous concerns with the new location.
At its closest point, the fire is 2.7 miles north of the highway and 5.5 miles northeast of Sterling
Designation of critical habitat for a threatened species is required a year after a listing.
The network is secure, encrypted and off limits to the public.
Nearly half of the food is vegetarian, with one whole side of the menu offering plant-based options
Wright has more than 30 years experience serving at-risk populations
The Kenai Fine Art building was once part of the Kenai Volunteer Fire Department
“The first run of sockeye is better than I’ve ever seen it.”
As of Tuesday night it had reached 3,665 acres in size
Lawmakers are deeply divided on what to do.
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
Rick Whitbeck, state director for Power the Future, spoke at a joint chamber luncheon last week
The Swan Lake Fire is about 70% active and spreading
The governor can still veto funding.
Time is running out this session.
The proposed pit has been the center of a yearlong controversy
Police reported finding sexually explicit photos and text messages