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With Alaska's wildfire season half over and cool, wet conditions in the forecast, the Kenai Peninsula has yet to see a major blaze. There's no... [Read More]
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I would like to thank everyone for all the positive feedback on the condition of the Kenai Golf Course. It is much appreciated. The greens,... [Read More]
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With oil expected to begin flowing in September through a reconfigured pipeline system connecting fields on the west side of Cook Inlet to the Andeavor... [Read More]
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Aspiring robotics engineer Mika Thompson-Brassfield believes the power of robotics could do a lot of good for a lot of people — and for her... [Read More]
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Poor king salmon returns have prompted a complete fishing closure for them on the Kenai River. [Read More]
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A man facing charges of felony theft, armed robbery and assault in two separate cases was arrested last week for theft and burglary. [Read More]
A law aimed at reducing fraud and identity theft among Medicare beneficiaries is opening the door to new scams. [Read More]
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Here on the peninsula, opportunities to purchase locally sourced food is growing. [Read More]
Sport fishing for Kenai River kings will close Wednesday for the remainder of June and be partially closed until August 1, while sockeye fishing in... [Read More]
Over the weekend, Vincent and Jessica Johnson met a woman who grows spinach in high tunnels. They said she had more than she knew what... [Read More]
I have often thought that tributes to those we love are best made when the object of our affection is still with us, rather than... [Read More]
This spring, the city of Soldotna created a new special project and communications coordinator position. Jhasmine Lamb, who has filled the position, is working with... [Read More]
Though the budget is finalized for the upcoming year, the finance battles aren't done at the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly yet. [Read More]
Despite poor sockeye returns so far in the Gulf of Alaska and commercial fishing restrictions in other areas, Upper Cook Inlet's commercial fishermen are still... [Read More]
A harmful pathogen previously known only in goats and sheep has been found in healthy Alaskan moose and caribou. [Read More]
The trade war with Canada over steel, aluminum and milk understandably grabs the headlines. But flying under the radar is the battle over Canadian newsprint,... [Read More]
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