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Eliza Muse’s appointment to the Marijuana Control Board’s public health seat was effective June 25.
Homer Electric Association said the power outage was caused by a faulty cable.
Participating businesses include Harbor Street Creamery, Resurrect Art Coffee House, Forests, Tides Treasures and the Seward Alehouse, among others.
It was a busy holiday weekend for Juneau Raptor Center
On Friday, the state announced another 108 COVID cases, which included seven on the Kenai Peninsula.
Spruce bark beetle infestations overtake peninsula trees
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Community celebrates the 4th with parade, candy, celebration
UAS loses out on roof repair.
Soldotna businesses showcase quilts during annual event
Dipnetting is only allowed for Alaska residents with personal-use permits.
House Rep. Ron Gillham, who represents the Kenai-Soldotna area, posted a meme comparing journalists, medics to Nazis.
Seward was one of six Alaskan communities Norwegian Cruise Line awarded money
The grants fund civic programs, services, projects and events that contribute to Soldotna residents’ overall quality of life.
Although a popular Independence Day tradition, the use of fireworks is banned in the Kenai Peninsula Borough. According to the borough code of ordinances, the… Continue reading
He questioned why a judge, who was pushed by his recent council appointee, wasn’t among the finalists.
Jason Umbriaco was hospitalized after the brown bear with two cubs bit him twice Sunday.
The Alaska Department of Public Safety launched a new virtual roadkill salvage database on Thursday.
Troopers announce “robust” DUI enforcement and increased patrols over July 4 weekend