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The project would stabilize about 5,000 feet of bluff on the Kenai River’s north shore
Brother Asaiah Bates statue had to move after previous location changed ownership
The resolution increases the number of spectators allowed at events to 750
The program aims to help people double the money they are able to spend on groceries and household goods
Dunleavy had been in quarantine since learning Sunday.
Cut willow bushes will regenerate into higher protein browse for moose
The 103,120 figure is comparable to the allocations Alaska received for December, January and February combined.
Oil spill trust fund used to buy fish habitat on valuable salmon stream
The road reopened Wednesday evening
Library, parks and rec, emergency services and IT gave feedback on 2020 performance.
The electricity’s already clean.
Triumvirate Theatre receives outpouring of support following fire
Alaska continues to lead the nation in vaccine distribution
The region is in its fifth year of the outbreak.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy is in quarantine following close contact on Saturday with a person who recently tested positive for COVID-19. Dunleavy was informed of the… Continue reading
The Kenai River Brown Bears want to resume games in Soldotna in March
In its fourth year at the trail system just outside of Soldotna, the Tour had record turnout of 136 finishers.
5,773 of 11,317 people in the borough age 65 or older have received at least one vaccine dose
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