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The proclamation acknowledges the role parks and recreation play in the quality of life of borough residents.
DHSS only last month began sorting vaccination rates at the community level.
The Kahtnuht’ana Duhdeldiht Campus, meaning “the learning place,” has been in the works for more than 20 years.
The borough has about $390,000 in remaining CARES Act funds.
Changes include banning clothing promoting tobacco use and adding language about electronic smoking devices.
The pup was rescued July 4 from Fox Island in Resurrection Bay.
The bear reportedly scratched and attempted to bite the victim’s leg.
The annual festival raises funds for a sober living house.
Kids turn out for a week of tying, casting and reeling.
An anonymous survey including six board members assigned letter grades between “A” and “F” to the board’s actions in the last year
Homer Electric Association said the power outage was caused by a faulty cable.
Participating businesses include Harbor Street Creamery, Resurrect Art Coffee House, Forests, Tides Treasures and the Seward Alehouse, among others.
On Friday, the state announced another 108 COVID cases, which included seven on the Kenai Peninsula.
Spruce bark beetle infestations overtake peninsula trees
Community celebrates the 4th with parade, candy, celebration
Soldotna businesses showcase quilts during annual event
Dipnetting is only allowed for Alaska residents with personal-use permits.
House Rep. Ron Gillham, who represents the Kenai-Soldotna area, posted a meme comparing journalists, medics to Nazis.
Seward was one of six Alaskan communities Norwegian Cruise Line awarded money
The grants fund civic programs, services, projects and events that contribute to Soldotna residents’ overall quality of life.