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Dunleavy’s budget would draw about $6 billion from the Permanent Fund’s Earnings Reserve Account
Renovations include a new configuration of the assembly dais and audience, and new camera equipment
Borough’s legal department says more time is needed for proper transfer
Cases on Kenai Peninsula continue downward trend
The shift comes a week earlier than anticipated
Whoever said the world ends with a whimper and not a bang never met Aaron Weisser. (It was T.S. Eliot, by the way) Weisser, a… Continue reading
In a year stifled and disrupted by a global pandemic, a lot of things change or get canceled. There are some events that can’t be… Continue reading
The new board governing the Western Emergency Service Area has a seat vacancy the Kenai Peninsula Borough is seeking to fill. Seat E, the at-large… Continue reading
State opens up vaccine opportunity early for Alaskans 65 and older.
To paraphrase Charles Dickens, it was the worst of times, it was the worst of times. Those who endured what many called “the flaming Dumpster… Continue reading
Positivity rate statewide continues to drop
Despit COVID-19 restrictions, birders show up for annual December tradition to count birds in Homer.
The Kenai Peninsula Agricultural Expo is moving to Soldotna starting next year through at least 2022
Looking back at 2020, commercial fishing suffered economic losses from pandemic, other factors.
The department did not identify the man.
Only one representative out of twelve legislators voted against the mask policy.
12,202 total COVID-19 vaccinations had been given in Alaska as of Sunday
In the spirit of the 1925 Nome Serum Run, Capt. Curtis Jackson helps deliver medical team, vaccine to remote Alaska village.