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The Kachemak Selo Middle-High School building sits against a backdrop of the ridge separating the village from the Kenai Peninsula Borough road system Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018 in Kachemak Selo. (Photo by Megan Pacer/Homer News)
School board focuses on capital projects in K-Selo, Nanwalek

A six-year plan outlines the most important infrastructure projects in local schools from 2021–2026

Dunleavy eyes repeal of alcohol, pot boards

JUNEAU — Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to repeal the boards tasked with… Continue reading

KPEA President David Brighton speaks to a group of educators, community members and district employees at Resurrect Art Coffee House on Friday, in Seward. (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)
Educators speak out on school funding, contract issues

The three main issues are the state budget, the borough budget and contract negotiations

Senate Finance grills OMB, Education Commissioner over budget

Hoffman calls 25 percent proposed cuts to education ‘unacceptable’

Protestors stand outside the town hall hosted by Rep. Gary Knopp, R- Soldotna at the Kenai River Suites in Soldotna on Feb. 15, 2019. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)
Amid controversy, Knopp hosts town hall

Constituents call for resignation, recall vote

In this Nov. 30, 2018 file photo, House District 1 candidate Republican Bart LeBon points to a vote tally board with his campaign manager Brittany Hartmann during a election recount at the Department of Elections’ Juneau office. Republican Bart LeBon picked up two votes while Democrat Kathryn Dodge picked up one making him the winner of the election with a total of 2,663 votes. LeBon joined the bipartisan House Majority Coalition on Thursday. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
House fills key leadership roles

House majority, minority taking shape.

Homer mulls funding for faith-based addiction treatment center

The city of Homer is taking a step back after initial steps… Continue reading

A team from the Kenai Peninsula were the first Alaska team to compete in a Western National Roundup Quiz Bowl competition, where they placed sixth among nine teams across the country. (Photo courtesy of Cassandra Rankin)
Local 4-H team competes nationally

The team was the first Alaska Livestock Team to compete at a National Livestock Quiz Bowl

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