Aerial wolf control approved

The Alaska State Board of Game voted unanimously Monday to approve aerial wolf predator control on the Kenai Peninsula.   

Proposals 35 and 36, which pertain to Game Management Units 15A and 15C respectively, outlined the intensive management plans that the Alaska Department of Fish and Game will use in controlling wolf populations in hopes of increasing the amount of moose in the areas.

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Soldotna to hear results of annexation report

At tonight’s work session on Soldotna’s annexation efforts, the city council will discuss the findings from a public engagement report based on the input of... Read more

Tue, 12/12/2017 - 21:28

Kenai reviews 2017 dipnet

When the Kenai city council took its annual look back at the 2017 personal use fishery at their Dec. 6 meeting, Kenai city manager Paul... Read more

Alaska speaker declines to speculate on Westlake’s future

JUNEAU — An Alaska lawmaker has not responded to calls for him to resign amid allegations of inappropriate behavior, leaving House and Democratic party leadership... Read more