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Committees masquerade as ‘informational meetings.’
The following judgments were recently handed down in Kenai District Court: Brian W. Aspin, 39, of Kasilof, pleaded guilty to one count of an amended… Continue reading
Information for this report was taken from publicly available law enforcement and public safety records and includes arrest and citation information, not conviction information. Anyone… Continue reading
What’s happening this week in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District
JUNEAU — Newly elected Alaska Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s process for screening candidates for government work is under scrutiny after three people picked for prominent… Continue reading
How much power should the position have?
A crew member of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Hickory died in an industrial accident on the Homer Spit on Thursday. The man was fatally… Continue reading
As part of an ongoing effort to combat the nationwide epidemic of opioid overdoses, Peninsula Community Health Services has begun offering public informational sessions where… Continue reading
Kenai cannabis community shows concerns with Dunleavy control board appointment
Borough set to review potential naming of remote lake
It was positive, with one exception.
The Alaska Board of Fisheries is accepting proposals for changes to personal use, sport, guided sport and commercial fishing regulations until April 10. Proposed regulation… Continue reading
Borough may seek additional seat on state MAGP board
She has extensive federal government experience.
ANCHORAGE — White House officials say President Donald Trump has issued a major disaster declaration following the Nov. 30 earthquake that rocked Anchorage and other… Continue reading
Resolution supporting 2020 census efforts on borough’s agenda
The Alaska Division of Public Health is taking several precautionary measures in the wake of reports of a measles outbreak in Washington state. On Jan.… Continue reading
When Kylee Swircenski moved to Kenai two years ago, she had no intention of starting her own business. As someone who regularly uses various forms… Continue reading
Experts see a bright future in mariculture.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough will pay $80,000 in attorney’s fees to the American Civil Liberties Union-Alaska as a result of the borough’s failed attempt to… Continue reading