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Hundreds of appointments remain open across the state
Alaska’s Department of Fish and Game has issued several preemptive restrictions on king salmon fishing in Cook Inlet waters in an attempt to protect the… Continue reading
Just under $50 million in grant funds were distributed to businesses in the area
Dunleavy’s budget would draw about $6 billion from the Permanent Fund’s Earnings Reserve Account
I’ve been thinking a lot about the 1986 film “The Money Pit” lately. If you’re around my age, I’ve probably lost you already. But if… Continue reading
Alaskans won’t know the full, official results of Tuesday’s election until later this month,
In the race for Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor, Charlie Pierce is leading the vote count after election night with 5,777 of the votes cast. Linda… Continue reading
The race for Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor
The tally includes a case associated with Soldotna High School.
Director Gary Turner will exit at the end of the 2021 academic year
As of Aug. 31, the eligibility requirements for the AK CARES grant program were expanded
Hail to the king
Organization has reached fundraising goal and won’t close this winter
Alaska’s junior senator discusses economic recovery, legislative priorities and pandemic response
The man embarked on a canoe trip at about 4:45 p.m. on Sunday.
4-H’ers come up with creative way to host Annual Junior Market Livestock Auction
The AK CARES Grant program is being modified in response to calls for changes.
State Rep. Gary Knopp, who represented Kenai-Soldotna area, was one of seven people killed Friday.
Local customers bring a variety of opinions to new face-mask policies at retailers.
This brings the total number of resident cases to 1,693 and nonresident cases to 339.