For their second summer of live-streaming the view from atop a local eagle’s nest, Kenai’s city government and the Kenai Chamber of Commerce plan to give the Kenai Eagle Cam an upgraded camera, an accompanying blog of eagle information, and more opportunity for advertising.
Last week’s Region III nordic skiing championships featured the fastest skiers from the Kenai Peninsula as they won a team title for a 19th straight year, a streak dating back to 2000.
Alaska public health officials are trying to slow the spread of the ongoing mumps outbreak with new recommendations for patients and health providers.
In the past three years, the university has seen its budget slashed.
If ogres are like onions, according to the cast, “Shrek: The Musical” is like a parfait.
You are not alone.
The service areas around the Kenai Peninsula Borough may have to cough up a little more money to help pay the borough’s bills.
What others say: Well-intentioned bill sealing marijuana possession convictions should be voted downWed, 02/21/2018 - 21:54
A bill that would seal the records of marijuana possession convictions prior to Feb. 24, 2015 — when marijuana possession was officially legalized — has been sponsored by Democratic Reps. Harriet Drummond, Ivy Spohnholz and Geran Tarr. The bill would neither expunge charges, nor would the possession conviction be sealed if they were attached to a violent offense. The three Anchorage representatives may have good intentions, but sealing these records is problematic.