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The annual event teaches kids about summer river recreation, fish habitat and water safety.
The Kenai Peninsula is second to last for vaccine rollout, only above the Matanuska-Susitna Borough’s 37.2% inoculation rate.
Federal infrastructure bill bodes well for bluff erosion
The pathway would run 1.2 miles from the intersection of Beaver Loop Road to the Kenai Spur Highway.
22.5% of all hospitalizations in the Gulf Coast — which includes the Kenai Peninsula — were COVID-related as of Tuesday.
Efforts to advance the legislation were spearheaded by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, including U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
According to OEM, 98% of accidental 911 calls are the result of smartphone and smart device technology.
Traditionally, cities have advertised for their vacant seat on the commission, with applications forwarded to the city council for review
DHSS is investigating an outbreak after 70 hospital employees experience gastrointestinal illness.
This year the fair celebrates 70 years.
The new limits are six per day and 12 in possession.
Over the weekend the state reported another 826 resident and 37 nonresident COVID cases.
After medaling in Tokyo, Olympic champion Lydia Jacoby is enjoying the last of summer before senior year.
Ribbon-cutting at Kenai Municipal Airport caps airport renovations
If ratified, would be in effect from July 1, 2021 until June 30, 2024.
Memories resurface of ‘64 earthquake for woman who survived it.
In mid-June, Kenai Peninsula COVID cases approached 0
Olympic gold medalist Lydia Jacoby returns as Seward’s hometown hero
Bill Fields, who lives in the Kenai area, is turning 100 over the weekend.
The ordinance would have limited assembly members’ closing comments to three minutes during assembly meetings.