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The event includes art and food vendors, kid activities, birding competitions, talks and boat tours
Projects ongoing on Sterling Highway, Kenai Spur and Beaver Loop
Chancellor Cathy Sandeen took a working vacation to attend the Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference
The bag limit on the Russian River and Upper Kenai is nine fish per day with 18 fish in possession.
Senior centers offer a variety of activities.
Community organizations to raise money to fight Alzheimer’s
Destination Dignity Bus will be able to accommodate six wheelchairs and fit 10.
She is one of 25 Alaska artists to receive a $7,500 Project Award.
The tax will be on the ballot Oct. 1, and if approved, would go into effect April 1, 2020.
Kenai chamber honored those who have made a positive impact on the peninsula community.
The fire continues to spread primarily to the north and east, away from the Sterling Highway.
The fiscal year starts in less than two weeks.
As of June 17, 50,641 sockeye have been counted at the Russian River weir for the early sockeye run.
They’re reinterpreting a law from last year.
The borough lost a lawsuit against plaintiffs represented by the ACLU of Alaska
The annual Family Fun in the Midnight Sun festival included games, food and live music
The funding is aimed at fostering efficiency and economic growth
Meghan Linsey will appear at the Wednesday evening music series
Fire lines near the community of Sterling were strengthened over the weekend by fire crews.
The petition urges the assembly to cancel the upcoming Satanic invocation.