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Sales tax revenues help support government services in both Kenai and Soldotna.
Wildwood Correctional Center in Kenai was over maximum capacity for more than 200 days.
Community celebrates the legacy of educator who was the driving force behind the Tsalteshi trails.
The Department of Transportation is responding to concerns over the closure of the Silver Tip Maintenance Station near Hope, which housed equipment and operators responsible… Continue reading
The Soldotna bakery shuttered Saturday after 18 years.
Fire officials delivered some positive news about two lower Kenai Peninsula wildfires at a community meeting Saturday at McNeil Canyon Elementary School. For the North… Continue reading
Ground crews, aircraft continue work to contain the blaze
One fire is nearly contained and another is still growing in size in the wildlands outside of Homer. The Caribou Lake Fire, which began Monday… Continue reading
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
Gov. Mike Dunleavy launched his statewide roadshow on Monday with a presentation and panel discussion at the Cannery Lodge in Kenai. Dunleavy and several members… Continue reading
The governor’s proposed budget would reduce funding to the state Division of Agriculture
Proposition 1, a controversial ballot initiative to remove from some cities the right to tax groceries year-round, passed in a landslide Tuesday night, with overwhelming… Continue reading
Morris News Service - Alaska The Kenai Peninsula claimed three of the four team titles and three of the four individual crowns Saturday at the… Continue reading
Of the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s assembly districts, District 9 on the lower peninsula is one of the largest. At 3,400 square miles, as a Supercub… Continue reading
Alaska Marketplace 1130 Ocean Drive mAKers First Friday by various artists 5-7:30 p.m., First Friday Opening Reception Alaska Marketplace’s mAKers First Friday continues with a… Continue reading