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The fire was first reported on Saturday evening.
High-fire danger prompts burn ban this week,
The vision of KPCCC is to “restructure and build the foundation of the 7 Mountains of Influence in our society through conservative action.”
Sharyl Seese made the comment during a council work session.
By the second week of March, I had pretty much forgotten about the dry cabin I’d booked for the next weekend. I’d made reservations from… Continue reading
The maps are part of an initiative to assert control of state lands.
The district is looking to hire more than 50 new staff members for schools across the borough.
People should expect traffic delays and construction noise when traveling through Cooper Landing this summer.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District will hire a new staff member and codify a process for handling allegations of sexual misconduct. The move is… Continue reading
Two state workers are expected to leave their positions at the center within the next month.
The Homer City Council this week took further action to limit the way personal watercraft can be used in part of Kachemak Bay. During a… Continue reading
The proposed trail would run from Seward to Fairbanks.
The former DOA head is challenging Sen. Lisa Murkowski for her Senate seat.
Dunleavy said 1.3 million tourists were expected to come to Alaska via cruise ship before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down operations.
Members of the board receive a monthly stipend in addition to being eligible for district insurance.
The boatyard hopes to acquire three lots of land that separate some of the company’s discontinuous lots.
Council introduces ordinance to ban launching Jet Skis, other powerboats, from beaches.
Soldotna High School students will share their COVID-19 experiences beginning on April 8 during a three-day in-person performance of “Pandemic: A Retrospective.” Director Sara Erfurth,… Continue reading
Amid growing concern of long-term COVID symptoms, public health officials urge vigilance
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is planning to relax masking requirements for staff and students when they are participating in outdoor activities, including recess.… Continue reading