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The ordinance seeks to make it more expensive to abandon a vehicle than to properly dispose of it.
Cathy Giessel won over one-time political adversaries and angered some within her own party.
The study would look at mental health and well-being in the context of intensifying Alaska wildfires
This was a busy year.
“Temperatures have nowhere to go but up.”
One of my favorite things to write about is food and how it connects people.
The Kenai Peninsula dealt with several major criminal cases.
The biggest fire on the peninsula this year was the Swan Lake Fire.
A wintry mix of snow, sleet and rain will continue causing icy conditions through New Year’s Eve.
The special election had lowest voter turnout in 30 years.
Kenai is the only city in the borough exempt from a borough-wide ban.
‘There’s a lot of unknowns.’
The commission will receive written comments on the petition until 4:30 p.m. Feb. 24, 2020.
Women gather quarterly to raise money for peninsula.
Anesha “Duffy” Murnane has been missing since Oct. 17.
After series of attacks, local woman fears LGBTQ community is being targeted.
Alaska’s seafood industry puts 58,700 people to work.
Starting Dec. 14, 1989, 30 years ago last week, Mount Redoubt erupted.
“We called her ‘hillbillies’ and we were fishermen, but she called us ‘beach rats.’”
Missing Persons Clearinghouse compiles data from law enforcement agencies across the state.