In the face of Alaska’s fiscal crisis, Kenai Peninsula College has been working to maintain a quality education with decreased funding, according to the college’s annual report which spans from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017.
By next July the state-owned Eagle Rock boat launch on the Kenai Spur Highway will have a wider ramp with dredged launch space, a floating dock, and barriers to prevent boat trailers from edging into the surrounding wetlands, according to plans by its managers, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Park and Outdoor Recreation.
A man who activated a fire alarm at Sterling Elementary School on Friday was arrested, according to Alaska State Troopers.
Dozens of residents young and old traded their boots for sneakers this past weekend for Homer’s inaugural Walk with a Doc event, a localization of an international program.
Opioid addiction has developed such a powerful grip on Americans that some scientists have blamed it for lowering our life expectancy.
“Where there is no revelation, people cast off restraint; but blessed is the one who heeds wisdom’s instruction.” (Proverbs 29:18)
First the bad news: the fall crocuses are blooming. I say “bad news” because they are a couple of weeks ahead of time. I have seen those little lavender flowers still in bloom well into December, but that is when they bloomed later in October than this. Not sure what that means, but it can’t be good.
How to cut down a tree: Safe, effective tree felling, limbing and bucking