House passes budget that rejects many Dunleavy cuts

Budget now goes to Senate for approval

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Schools briefs for the week of Sept. 14-20

What’s happening this week

As climate series wraps up, focus is on solutions

The series, hosted by Cook Inletkeeper and KenaiChange, has had six meetings in recent months.

Voter turnout for municipal elections in the Kenai Peninsula Borough, 1991 to 2019, from Kenai Peninsula Borough Election History, in Kenai, Alaska. (Graphic by Victoria Petersen/Peninsula Clarion)
Voters largely skip municipal polls

Turnout was lowest since 2012.

Photos by Joey Klecka / Peninsula Clarion
                                A variety of clay kitchenware sits on display at the “Clay on Display” exhibit Wednesday at the Kenai Fine Art Center.
A hobby of a lifetime

“Clay on Display” returns to Kenai arts center

SEITC Chair Rob Sanderson Jr., center, and Reuben George, of the Sacred Trust, Tsleil-Waututh Nation at the Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission meeting at the Lummi Reservation in Ferndale, Wash. (Courtesy photo | Jeff Gibbs)
Indigenous meeting declares ‘salmon emergency’

Meeting of tribes from US and Canada calls for action.

The Kenai Peninsula Borough building, pictured Sept. 12, 2018, in Soldotna, Alaska. (Photo by Victoria Petersen/Peninsula Clarion)
Service board elections vote delayed

The vote was moved to November in order to allow the service area boards to weigh in.

A map show drought conditions through the state of Alaska for the week of Oct. 8, 2019. (U.S. Drought Monitor)
IRS offering tax relief to farmers affected by drought

The peninsula’s ongoing drought saw no changes this week.

Joey Klecka / Peninsula Clarion 
                                The youth cast of “Frozen Jr.” rehearses a scene Wednesday at the Triumvirate North theater in Kenai.
52 ‘Frozen’ kids keep Triumvirate cool

Youth bring Disney hit to life

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