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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Walker pick for Senate seat withdraws

JUNEAU — A man nominated by Gov. Bill Walker to fill an open Alaska Senate seat withdrew from consideration Thursday, less than a day after... Read more

Gravel pit work group lays out plan

After more than a decade of fiery debates about gravel pits operating near homes, the Kenai Peninsula Borough is taking another look at its regulations... Read more

Soldotna OKs relaxed pot regulations

With a tie-breaking vote, Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson gave retail marijuana businesses some wiggle room to set up shop in the small city.

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