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The district may not submit a request to reopen Soldotna Prep until seven or more years have passed.
The lawsuit alleges EPA has failed to provide a “reasoned explanation” for its change in position.
Ruling could change definition of workplace discrimination.
Loans for fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, and bills that can’t be paid because of the fire.
Legal team has some heavy hitters.
Nearly 6 million pills in 6 years.
An ordinance appropriating $426,303 for community projects will be considered Tuesday.
The associations and the district had been negotiating for a contract for nearly 600 days.
Some will be completed by the end of construction season; others will be picked up next spring.
What’s happening this week.
“Just knowing the people I’ve volunteered for and helped out are helping me back is special.”
The borough has 12 service boards, of which seven boards include elected positions.
Three new members of the assembly will be sworn in.
The area’s ongoing drought saw significant improvement this week. The drought was downgraded, according to Thursday’s updated U.S. Drought Monitor map. A majority of the… Continue reading
Soldotna residents should expect changes to their city council in the coming months. Tyson Cox, a current member on the Soldotna City Council, offered his… Continue reading
The annual ‘Evening of Classics’ concert that graces the halls of Soldotna’s Christ Lutheran Church every year in October will be without one of the… Continue reading
Heavy seas reportedly collapsed a 50-foot section of the Offshore Systems Kenai dock in Nikiski.
The fire is 90% contained.
The check impacts many aspects of socioeconomic life in Alaska.
Voters decide on Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly members.