The Soldotna City Council passed a four ordinance, four resolution consent agenda at its Wednesday night meeting.
Through the consent agenda, the council set Dec. 11 public hearings for four ordinances and adopted four resolutions.
The council moved through its other regular agenda items unanimously...
Since the newly formed Alaska Fisheries Conservation Alliance released its ballot initiative proposition to ban setnet fishing in areas of the state it defined as “urban,” several commercial organizations have met to plan strategy against the new attack.
While a large part of any planned strateg...
The summer of 2012 was tough for king salmon runs. Economic disasters were declared in the wake of poor returns on the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers, and in Cook Inlet. Users in all of those areas faced severe restrictions.
ANCHORAGE - Western Alaska communities were cleaning up Monday after a powerful weekend storm brought icy flooding, with residents bracing for more storms expected to bring coastal surges and freezing rain.
The village of Kotlik was among the worst hit.
The white fluffy flakes that started falling Sunday was a sure sign that winter has arrived on the Kenai Peninsula.
Another sign of winter’s arrival is cars in ditches and the smell of new tires.
Zack Hezeltine, assistant manager of Kenai’s Alyeska Tire, said he had been busy selling and chang...