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The Kasilof River is open for personal use dipnetting through Aug. 7
Soldotna Mayor Paul Whitney wrote in a June 23 memo to the council that the need for video conferencing had decreased.
The Tsalteshi Trails Association is set to receive the most recent 100 Women Who Care charity donation —approximately $7,000. The association has needed support for… Continue reading
Loved ones to hold open memorial service for former Nikiski fire chief Billy Harris
Kids get business training through lemonade stands
The American Rescue Plan Act, or ARPA, is a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package signed into law by President Joe Biden.
The proclamation praises the efforts of the Soldotna Chamber to support city businesses.
Selected proposals may have up to 50% of the cost of the project reimbursed through the program.
Social services organizations do outreach during Wednesday market
The leachate tank was one of many borough facilities that sustained damage during the 2018 7.0 earthquake.
Efforts to shift the center to being entirely borough-run began after DPS in 2019.
The sanctuary opening is effective Thursday, June 24 through 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday on July 14.
Bouschor said the peninsula is known both for experiencing fires more frequently and producing larger-scale fires.
The program would be similar to land auctions offered at the state level for land owned by the State of Alaska.
Many people experience chronic conditions as a result of infection, according to state health officials.
The council cited ‘unexpected recovery’ of tourism and hospitality industries
The Kenai Peninsula Borough is using $29,000 to promote the borough and the services it provides through a marketing campaign called “Know Your Borough.” Better… Continue reading
Kenai Performers youth drama camp returns after a one-year hiatus.
The resolution praised, among other things, KPEDD’s work in helping distribute federal COVID-19 relief funds.
The dock, which was built in 1986, sustained damage from multiple earthquakes, including in November of 2018.