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The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation Board of Directors elected new leadership at Thursday’s board of directors meeting. Doug Smith was elected as board chair, Dan… Continue reading
Chairman for the Alaska LNG Advisory Committee, Tim Johnson, presented an update at Tuesday’s Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting, saying the group is focusing on… Continue reading
It goes beyond just federal employees.
Globetrotting comedienne and entertainer Chelsea Hart has returned to her hometown of Kenai to offer a comedy writing workshop with the Kenai Performers today. Hart… Continue reading
Soldotna’s Kenai River Brewing Company is joining thousands of breweries across the country in brewing up a Resilience Butte County Proud IPA to support Californians… Continue reading
Law enforcement is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run vehicle collision on Friday afternoon. Alaska State Troopers responded to… Continue reading
Soldotna’s Parks and Recreation Department has been working for days to make an ice skating path at Soldotna Creek Park. Parks and Recreation Director Andrew… Continue reading
Monday, Sen. Peter Micciche (R-Soldotna) filed SB 12 in an effort to eliminate “Schneider Loopholes” in state criminal code, a press release said. The early… Continue reading
The Local Boundary Commission recently drafted their annual report to the first session of the 31st Alaska State Legislature. Included in the report is the… Continue reading
National Guard reaches out to high school and college graduates with pilot training and student loan debt repayment
The Alaska Army National Guard has rolled out a new recruitment program for aspiring helicopter pilots. The program, dubbed “Street to Seat,” gives high school… Continue reading
The Alaska State Local Boundary Commission released their 2018 annual report for the upcoming state legislative session, which reviews the Local Boundary Commission’s activities in… Continue reading
The Kenai warehouse space and former home of Lowe’s Home Improvement has been sold, Fred Braun of Jack White Realty said. Braun, the main broker… Continue reading
Help is on the way.
A parcel of land on Douglas is involved in the deal.
Ninilchik’s Charles Oakley is one of the Worst Cooks in America. Oakley is the first Alaskan to compete on the Food Network reality TV show,… Continue reading
The Alaska Department of Public Safety has released its annual report on the holiday high-visibility enforcement efforts by State and Wildlife troopers. According to a… Continue reading
If you look way back in Homer’s history, back to last century, back before statehood, back all the way to November 1948, you’d see the… Continue reading
Soldotna’s newest restaurant, Addie Camp Train Car Eatery and Wine Bar, is having its grand opening today. Local cookbook author Maya Wilson is the restaurant’s… Continue reading
The Kenai Fine Arts Center is kicking off the new year with a photography show that features the work of local artists Ben Boettger and… Continue reading
Juneau sex offender case prompts legal decision.