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Filing deadline is April 1.
Kenai City Manager Paul Ostrander described needed work in a council memo
It’s officially the end of the groomed winter trail season
While the spring season officially began on Sunday, it’s unclear if Alaska is quite ready to transition out of winter
Board members will not only discuss fishing issues in Cook Inlet, but also in Kodiak and Prince William Sound
Additional lighting would be added to Kenai Spur Highway within city limits and along the Sterling Highway Safety Corridor
PFD question is providing a tail wind for groups seeking to change the constitution to address a range of hot button topics
The state plans to hold the special general election on Aug. 16, concurrently with the regular Alaska primary
Rep. Don Young died Friday at age 88
By KEVIN FREKING Associated Press WASHINGTON — Rep. Don Young, the longest-serving Republican in House history, will lie in state in the U.S. Capitol on… Continue reading
State data showed a 46% decrease in cases from the week of March 14 to the week prior
DHSS will be divided into two new agencies — the Department of Family and Community Services and the Department of Health.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District has multiple bills it would like to see passed
Both cities are planning to renovate their respective facilities
Kenai City Council members approved the city’s five-year capital improvement plan Wednesday
The proposal would expand on the North Road Extension Project
The changes are effective March 15
His office announced Young’s death in a statement Friday night.
A decision is expected by April 1.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game will allow bear bait stations to be registered via telephone this year, according to a release from the… Continue reading