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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.
The clinic will be located at 241 East Rockwell Ave. in Soldotna.
Soldotna’s field house bond may have failed at the polls, but with over 150 votes still in question, the narrow defeat is still uncertain. After… Continue reading
Unofficial results from Soldotna’s special election are in and the ordinance that would have allowed the city to borrow $10 million for construction of the… Continue reading
As part of their ongoing earthquake recovery efforts, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has established a disaster recovery center in Soldotna at the United… Continue reading
The special election concerns the issuance of a general bond of $10 million to fund the project
Soldotna City Council has postponed voting on an ordinance that would to prohibit the use of hand-held electronic devices, like cellphones, while driving in 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
Soldotna’s Music in the Park will rock even more in 2019, thanks to a $25,000 matching grant. The city of Soldotna was one of 15… Continue reading
Correction: This article has been edited to reflect the correct date of the special election, March 5, 2019. The Clarion regrets the error. Soldotna will… Continue reading
A month after banning single-use plastic bags in Soldotna, consumers and retailers throughout the community have adjusted to the change. “In my personal interactions with… Continue reading
From July to September, Soldotna saw only a small decrease in visitors despite a poor salmon run. “We had almost 19,000 visitors come the the… Continue reading