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CES launches new volunteer program 

updated 10:00pm

If all goes as planned, the central Kenai Peninsula should see a surge in the number of personnel responding to fires and medical emergencies.

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Residents from around peninsula join to prevent Soldotna home rule

Today, 9:33pm

For one Alaskan group, Tuesday's special election in Soldotna is more than just an issue for the city.

Alaska halibut catch sees first increase in a decade

Today, 9:47pm

JUNEAU, Alaska - Fishermen in Alaska will have access to slightly more halibut this year than last. The International Pacific Halibut Commission voted Friday in Vancouver, British Columbia, for a total catch in Alaska of 21.

State lawmakers riled up over federal actions

Today, 9:46pm

JUNEAU, Alaska - One Alaska state senator is advocating an act of civil disobedience against the federal government and another referenced Alaskans "packin' heat" at the end of a poem skewering federal actions.

Sports

Friday: Wild cruise past Bears again

Brendan Harris, Jake Ahlgren and Colin Burston of the Wenatchee (Washington) Wild were put together on a line Saturday in Fairbanks. Less than one week later, they were dominating the Kenai River Brown Bears.

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Outdoors

An Outdoor View: Trouble with gill-netters

For years, I railed against subsistence fishing in the Kenai. I dreaded that it would mean gill nets in the river. I feared that it would be a federally enforced source of bitter divisiveness among local residents.

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Opinion

Alaska schools deserve better than one-time funding

The 2014 session of the Alaska Legislature was billed as the "education session," yet we start 2015 with the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District facing increasingly difficult decisions as it begin its budget process.

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Arts & Entertainment

Same place, whole new view

Shortly before leaving her hometown of Soldotna for an extended college study trip to New Zealand, Kaitlin Vadla injured her knee.
"I couldn't do anything outside that I really loved, and I started to feel sad," Vadla said.

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