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The seventh and final event in the Drawdown: Book to Action Climate Series culminated in a project focusing on community composting. The series, hosted by… Continue reading
The 2019 Kenai Peninsula Borough Comprehensive Plan final draft has been released and residents are calling on the assembly to maintain the plan’s recommendation for… Continue reading
Tribes lauded the bill.
The communities of Seward, Bear Creek and Lowell Point are at risk.
The organization was defunded when Mayor Charlie Pierce vetoed $100,000 from its budget.
Speech commits to smoother budget process going forward.
Damage extends from Sterling to the Quartz Creek Substation near Cooper Landing.
This weekend will be the first showing of the film on the central peninsula.
Indigenous Peoples Day speeches focus on progress.
The first billionth sockeye was caught in 1981.
‘I’m coming in with open ears and eyes, to have an objective conversation about animal welfare.’
Some say Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration has failed to adequately explain the need for changes.
The closure is due to cuts triggered by lower than expected revenue from the motor fuel tax.
Soldotna cyclists to discuss 250-mile Hebridean Way ride.
The task force is an advisory committee set up to respond to a successful lawsuit.
It’s about politics
A webpage encourages people to come forward and help solve longstanding cold cases.
The move follows the arrest on drug charges of 2 Alaska medical providers, including a local doctor.
Prisons are almost at capacity.