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A week after contract negotiations with the school district hit a standstill, peninsula educators and staff have voted to strike. In a Facebook post published… Continue reading
The jobs weren’t secure due to fiscal uncertainty around Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposed budget
The 12% bed tax would affect temporary lodging across the borough
The district rejected one proposal from two employee associations and is analyzing another
The rising cost of health care has been a key sticking point in the negotiations.
The Borough Assembly passed an ordinance April 16 increasing the FY 2019 funds by $2,423,955.
Thirteen teachers across the state were awarded the teachers of excellence award.
At the Alaska Press Club awards banquet held Saturday, April 27 in Anchorage, the Homer News took home several awards at this year’s Alaska Press… Continue reading
“This is a commitment to support the full base amount through this entire budget process.”
The newborn was floating alone in Kachemak Bay
Gov. Mike Dunleavy sits down with Peninsula Clarion reporters
The second part in the Clarion’s sit-down with the governor
Dunleavy talks public safety
The school district passed a total general fund revenue budget of $145,387,469
“We are now to the bone … More cuts will cut to the marrow and we’re going to start losing limbs”
The governor’s proposed budget would reduce funding to the state Division of Agriculture
Last week, Sen. Mia Costello, R-Anchorage, introduced a constitutional amendment guaranteeing early funding for state K-12 public education. Several state entities and peninsula educators testified… Continue reading
‘These presentations will outline our vision for Alaska’
Borough asks state to modify oil and gas property tax bills