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Voters approved the bag ban with 748 yes votes to 406 no votes.
2019 winner will be the last in a long history.
Athletic programming has come to and end for a few different reasons.
The meeting opened with invocation from the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Several people commented that the current model for health care is not working for many teachers.
Ugashik “ Uggy” and Charley Fritz were found neglected by their mothers.
Residents learn about proposed project at open house
The quake originated 45 miles west of Haines.
Some people asked pointed questions and someone blew an air horn.
Fire officials delivered some positive news about two lower Kenai Peninsula wildfires.
Caribou Lake Fire continues to grow slowly
Swan Lake Fire team will take over fire administration
Both fires threaten homes and cabins in areas north and east of Homer.
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
Our peninsula fair is a great peninsula fair.
Sullivan stops by the Empire to talk bills
Cartoon tells Native stories with Native voices.
In Homer, a steady stream of voters lined up to sign recall applications.
Festival organizers and volunteers brought activist and advocacy workers to the stage as well.