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This is the third installment in a series about two killings that occurred in Kenai on April 8, 1918.
Zink fielded questions from the Kenai City Council during their Wednesday night work session
The council will be joined by Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink, among others.
The police department is scheduled to replace three vehicles in the current budget year
The city will interview nine applicants on Wednesday
The city is closingseveral facilities in response to growing COVID-19 case counts.
A timeline for filling the vacancy has not yet been determined.
Growing infection numbers, increased case rates and mask compliance were all discussed.
The Kenai Community Library will no longer charge daily late fees for materials.
Kenai hosts fifth annual Fall Pumpkin Festival in Old Town
The City of Kenai removed a boil water advisory after bacteria test results came back clear.
A citywide boil water advisory is in effect for the City of Kenai as of 6:10 a.m. on Wednesday.
Relics from the Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary Orthodox Church will be displayed for two months
Church gets new roof, cupolas, crosses for 125th anniversary
Dipnetters see quiet 1st day, with moderate catch
The offer is meant to assist local businesses financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kenai City Council will approve accelerated funding for the bluff erosion project. At their meeting Wednesday night, the council approved a resolution that allows the… Continue reading
Kenai is looking to set a path to move forward with the long-awaited bluff erosion project. City Manager Paul Ostrander told the city council Wednesday… Continue reading
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked buildings Friday morning in Anchorage and Kenai. It caused lamp posts and trees to sway, prompting… Continue reading