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What’s happening this week.
Between June 1 and Aug. 31, the city of Kenai received 1.73 inches of rainfall.
The session would be to allocate the remainder of the PFD.
Community turns out for Stomp Out Stigma Color Run.
The Soldotna bakery shuttered Saturday after 18 years.
Community members met the new fire marshal, got safety tips and enjoyed a meal.
‘It’s about the love of creating something beautiful with your hands and learning from each other’
The results were overwhelmingly in favor of the contract.
Windy conditions on Wednesday tested the containment lines around the perimeter.
The city council approved a substitute resolution, which removes two areas along K-Beach Road.
Employess must opt in.
2019 winner will be the last in a long history.
Residents approved to provide invocations will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
The hiatus comes in the midst of budget cuts to the University of Alaska imposed by Gov. Dunleavy.
Change to take place January 2020.
The audience will sit center stage as the events take place.
Stations were set up around Cook Inlet — from Tyonek to Goose Bay to Homer.
Increases will be noticed in Anchorage bowl, Cooper Landing, Hope, Seward and Moose Pass.
Lockwood is running for the Kalifornsky seat.