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Clinics are being offered by Soldotna Professional Pharmacy and Nikiski Fire/OEM
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
The Kenai Peninsula Agricultural Expo is moving to Soldotna starting next year through at least 2022
A young sea otter pup rescued from the beach in Homer is now being treated by the Alaska SeaLife Center through its Wildlife Response Program.… Continue reading
Alaskans won’t know the full, official results of Tuesday’s election until later this month,
Director Gary Turner will exit at the end of the 2021 academic year
4-H’ers come up with creative way to host Annual Junior Market Livestock Auction
Last year’s local winner of the Caring for the Kenai competition took home third place this year for his continued work with converting plastics into… Continue reading
Local customers bring a variety of opinions to new face-mask policies at retailers.
City of Seward pledges $500,000, memberships soar
Cotton candy, carnival rides and racing pigs will have to wait for another summer, according to the board of directors for the Kenai Peninsula Fair.… Continue reading
Residents may now obtain permits for burn barrels as well as for small and large-scale brush fires.
Peninsula communities take different approaches to COVID-19 testing.
The U.S. Forest Service will not be allowing any recreational permits for the remainder of 2020.
Early-run king salmon emergency orders on Kenai, Kasilof Rivers to last through June 30
Health care organizations on the southern Kenai Peninsula are taking part in the efforts to expand testing capabilities in Alaska. South Peninsula Hospital announced last… Continue reading
Ban will stay in effect on the peninsula due to recreational traffic associated with fishing season.
The election was held by mail-in ballot only this year due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Borough would receive $37 million in community assistance.
15 new cases reported Sunday, bringing state total to 272