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About $420 million worth of maintenance is needed at Kenai Peninsula Borough School District buildings.
It would be roughly 20 times the size of the largest solar farm currently in the state.
As of Tuesday, eight KPBSD schools were operating with universal indoor masking for staff and students.
Multiple parents and board members voiced their concerns about the district’s close contact policy.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is giving staff 10 extra days of emergency leave in response to COVID-19. That’s according to a memorandum of… Continue reading
Soldotna’s Aspen Hotel hosted Gov. Mike Dunleavy and members of his cabinet Tuesday morning, when the group convened for a routine meeting. The meeting was… Continue reading
About 30 parents, teachers and students participated in a walk-in at Seward Elementary School on Monday to demonstrate their support for the implementation of COVID-19… Continue reading
The project is aimed at improving highway safety between Sterling and Soldotna.
88% of KPEA’s voting members approved their contract and 99% of KPESA’s voting members approved their contract.
The revisions come as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Alaska and on the Kenai Peninsula.
Some parents said they will keep their kids home if masks are required, while others say they’ll keep their kids home if masks aren’t required.
The median rent payment on the Kenai Peninsula Borough was about $1,009 in 2020 and about $1,023 in 2021
More than 200 students have tested positive for COVID-19 since Aug. 23.
The Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area is one of only 55 NHAs in the United States.
“Gofishak” allows users to filter fishing locations by category, species and access.
The population of the Kenai Peninsula Borough grew by about 6.1% over the last 10 years, or from about 55,400 to about 58,800 people, according… Continue reading
The project aims to reduce congestion on the Sterling Highway through Cooper Landing.
The municipal election is Oct. 5.
“If you really want to do away with masks, vaccine is the way to do that.”
The district is experiencing “supply chain challenges”