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The system will allow for more consistent power delivery if a generator goes down or usage spikes.
Town hall ends with call to action for local lawmakers
After series of attacks, local woman fears LGBTQ community is being targeted.
Here’s a philosophical question for the readers out there —what qualifies someone as being “Alaskan”? Is it strictly a matter of time spent living here,… Continue reading
Editor’s note: The story has been changed to correct the first name of public defender Joy Hobart. A Homer man charged with murder three years… Continue reading
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly is taking a torch to the problem of excess brush and woodland debris that has piled up at the landfill.… Continue reading
In the wake of the Swan Lake Fire, Sen. Peter Micciche (R-Kenai/Soldotna) is requesting a frank discussion on wildlife management policies. Micciche sent a letter… Continue reading
The Soldotna bakery shuttered Saturday after 18 years.
The Alaska Type 3 Organization has assumed command from the Northern Rockies Type 2 Team.
The fire experienced another day of little activity Monday.
The first time I reported on the Swan Lake Fire, I didn’t even mention it by name. On June 6 – 84 days ago as… Continue reading
Cucumber makes it past the Swan Lake Fire to break the Alaska State Fair record
Normal highway operations have resumed without pilot cars
The Swan Lake Fire has grown by about 8,000 acres since Monday
Residents enjoy weekend of pig races, fish throwing, and livestock auctions in Ninilchik
Crews are working to create new control lines and keep the fire away from the highway
There are a number of open seats on the Borough Assembly, the School Board and Service Area boards.
Cook Inletkeeper volunteers work to eliminate waste at Salmonfest
No increase in fire activity is expected for the Swan Lake Fire for the remainder of the season, the Eastern Area Incident Management Team said… Continue reading
A single case of measles in Soldotna was confirmed by Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services last Tuesday, July 16, according to an announcement… Continue reading