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“We’re teaching history”; superintendent, school board respond to community concerns about critical race theory
Clayton Holland spent his first school board meeting as superintendent assuring a crowded room that critical race theory is not being taught in Kenai Peninsula… Continue reading
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game released an emergency order announcement opening commercial-use set and drift gillnet fishing on the Upper Cook Inlet for… Continue reading
Homer City Council member Joey Evensen states “lack of productivity” as his reason for resigning.
The Kenai City Council unanimously passed legislation during their July 7 meeting stating their opposition to the closure.
The city was the latest peninsula municipality to mull the future of Zoom access.
The best way to enjoy bear country with pups is by keeping them close.
Officials encourage vaccines as cases climb and more die of the virus
Kings are passing through the Kenai River at a lower rate than needed to attain the escapement goal.
Weekend rain didn’t stop dipnetters
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The boat broke loose and drifted away from a small island on the Kenai River.
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The funds were approved as part of the American Rescue Plan Act, or ARPA — a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package.
Filing periods for local elections begin in August.
Objections period is open.
Juneau’s mercurial weather left them high, but not dry.
The Homer Chamber of Commerce is hosting the second annual Homer Peony Celebration July 9-24.
The Kenai Watershed Forum’s five-week Salmon Run Series kicked off Wednesday
Veteran lands available, DOI says.
Kenai approves transfer of land to Triumvirate Theatre