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I am writing this because only 35% of Alaskans went to the polls this year and many people say, “Oh well, it doesn’t matter because… Continue reading
Thank you for your supporting Alaska’s farmers markets and growers at the Soldotna Wednesday Market.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District has a logo: “kpbsd –where kids come first.”
If Pebble doesn’t feel it’s worth this security account then they should NOT mine Bristol Bay.
We’ve all attended meetings where QA is the final agenda item.
The Kenai Peninsula has the largest number of hoop houses per capita in the U.S.
We are part of the generation that built Alaska.
Voices of the Peninsula: An open letter to the communities of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District
We stand ready and willing to settle our contract negotiations so we can focus on educating children.
We Alaskans are still locked into adversarial management of our teachers and students.
For the first time since statehood, we are seeing year over year declines in our population.
Understanding Dunleavy’s win Re: the recent news about Dunleavy getting one of the largest votes in history to be governor. Let me remind my fellow… Continue reading
The 2019 - 2020 school year is here and we are ready. The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District team is thrilled to welcome back students,… Continue reading
The Department of Labor and Workforce Development plays a critical role in Alaska’s economy.
I’d like to hear publicly from the fossil fuel execs themselves.
For those that are concerned that Alaska is facing a zero-growth future, a few success stories.
Responsibility for the last few feet before fire reaches your house is yours, not the firefighters.
Locals shouldn’t have to drive to the lower river to teach their children how to catch sockeye.
‘Seasonal residents’ own property, pay taxes and have as much right to government services and consideration as anyone else.
For many years now, the city of Soldotna has bludgeoned its way toward annexation.
It’s hard not to be optimistic about the future of farming in the 49th State.