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“We called her ‘hillbillies’ and we were fishermen, but she called us ‘beach rats.’”
Missing Persons Clearinghouse compiles data from law enforcement agencies across the state.
Army Corps of Engineers says it will take the time to review public comments.
City council made several changes to the pay structure for Kenai Police Officers.
The city of Soldotna is looking to expand its cemetery, which is reaching maximum capacity. The Soldotna Community Memorial Park on Redoubt Avenue opened to… Continue reading
Kenai Peninsula residents can expect another slate of free concerts at Soldotna Creek Park this summer. On Friday morning, the Levitt Foundation announced the winners… Continue reading
Four fatal collisions have occurred since Dec. 11
Some of the sweetest ideas featured at the annual gingerbread house contest hosted by the Kenai Chamber of Commerce prove that age is not a… Continue reading
Two proposals were on the docket.
The line had been out of commission since August.
Driven by her ‘Miracle Mom,’ Sheilah-Margaret Pothast nears goal of 50 races in 50th year
Unofficial results show former Soldotna Mayor Pete Sprague holds almost 70% of the vote.
The story follows young Ralphie Parker and his efforts to get a Red Ryder air rifle as a present.
Libraries, rec center offer a number of events.
The waste services company held its Christmas Promise Bike Build for the second year in a row.
The “area standards” picket called for comparable wages and benefits for workers.
The series of weekly classes provides citizens a look at the life of an Alaska State Trooper.
The mayor’s seat was left vacant after the Sept. 10 death of Mayor John Nels Anderson.
Any shelter, regardless of location, needs to meet a few general guidelines.
38 cases of Influenza B were confirmed by the Alaska State Virology Laboratory last week.