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“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.
Carey took in 300 votes or 54% of the vote, while Parker took in 240 votes, or 43% of the vote.
Truesdell brought in 230 votes or 40% of the vote as of Tuesday night.
Proposition 1 sought to change borough government to a manager-based system.
Voters approved the bag ban with 748 yes votes to 406 no votes.
Updated: Polls closed at 8 p.m. across the Kenai Peninsula and the votes have been tallied. Below are the unofficial results as they stand at… Continue reading
Fireweed FiberFest comes to Soldotna
The toxin has not been found at unsafe levels in Kenai.
Read the latest reports.
Dunleavy reminded people that it could have been much bigger.
“Comedy at The Catch” raised money for the Special Olympics.