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The council was joined by Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink and State Testing Coordinator Dr. Coleman Cutchins
The changes are effective as of 7 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 13
Applications are now being accepted from businesses interested in participating
Fewer than 40 people could potentially make a decision on the petition.
Shoppers who spend $200 at certain Soldotna businesses may be eligible to receive two $50 vouchers.
Boundary commission opens 7-day comment period on whether or not to send annexation to ballot box
The resolution originally extended the declaration by 90 days.
Whitney highlights familiarity with the city, COVID response in run for Soldotna Mayor
Ruffridge emphasizes health care expertise
Parker emphasizes need to support business community
The meeting is scheduled to take place on Oct. 20 at 10 a.m.
Soldotna’s chamber joined forces with Wednesday Market to celebrate the town while avoiding crowds.
Iron Mike statue unveiled at Soldotna Creek Park
Soldotna pioneer Marge Mullen turns 100
The policy would not limit private or public gatherings on private property within city limits.
District admin is still contemplating if and when school facilities will be open to the public.
Black Lives Matter draws 500 protesters
The annexation proposal would add 2.63 square miles to Soldotna’s existing boundaries.
The Wednesday Market is seen by many as a return to normalcy after the past several months.
The protest drew about 50 participants to Soldotna Creek Park.