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Caribou Lake Fire continues to grow slowly
Country musician Zac Brown was one of a handful of people seeking to remove the easement.
Residents enjoy weekend of pig races, fish throwing, and livestock auctions in Ninilchik
Impassioned testimony came from residents who both opposed and supported the veto
The mayor’s office said Pierce would not be in until the week of April 15
The assembly postponed voting on an ordinance that would authorize the sale of several parcels of borough land at the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly’s meeting… Continue reading
Every 10 years, the federal government collects census data to determine the population and demographic information of every region in the country. With the 2020… Continue reading
Dozens of Anchor Point residents made the trek to Soldotna on Tuesday night to give the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly a unified message: Fund education… Continue reading
Community Resilience Fair will offer skills training and resources for emergency preparedness
The CEO of Central Peninsula Hospital gave a report on the first half of the hospital’s FY 2019
Cities grapple with online retailer taxation
District staff rally at school board meeting, talk of a strike
Alaska requires that any petition for incorporation include a detailed administrative plan
Pierce said that the mayor’s office is still looking through all the impacts to the Kenai Peninsula
Borough estimates online tax collection could produce $1.5 million in sales tax revenue annually.
Borough may seek additional seat on state MAGP board
Resolution supporting 2020 census efforts on borough’s agenda
The Kenai Peninsula Borough will pay $80,000 in attorney’s fees to the American Civil Liberties Union-Alaska as a result of the borough’s failed attempt to… Continue reading
School district says it can’t afford cut to education
The $10 million grant the borough received from the state expires June 30.