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It was the year that almost wasn’t for peninsula tourism.
Fish and Game predicts a 61% increase in salmon catches, mostly pinks
“The party does not want Lisa Murkowski to be a Republican candidate.”
JUNEAU — An Alaska senator returned to her seat on the Senate floor Monday wearing a new face covering after Senate leaders last week restricted… Continue reading
The roof has been actively leaking and has ‘exceeded its useful life’
‘I really doubt it’s going to pass,’ Vance said of governor’s idea to close rural locations
A local advocate for seniors was recognized last week by the Office of the Borough Mayor for her work on behalf of that community, and… Continue reading
South Peninsula Hospital set to receive an additional 350 Pfizer doses
Peninsula remains at intermediate alert level
Johnson and Johnson vaccine makes it way here; CDC updates recommendations
Beluga whale monitoring efforts looking for winter sightings in Kenai, Kasilof rivers and in lower Cook Inlet
About 10 beluga whales sighted south of Ninilchik
Gross proposes extending state waters to 12 miles
Governor maintains executive order is within his powers, others are less sure.
The last time the borough conducted a general capture of imagery was in 2012 and 2013 for the western Kenai Peninsula.
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council voted to reccomend the closure last December.
Members also mull possible property tax exemption for nonprofit
The chance to be immersed in the species, ecosystems and science of Kachemak Bay is back again in the form of the Kachemak Bay Science… Continue reading
The state announced the change Tuesday