Three new hatchery management plans for Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association-run facilities were approved after extensive discussion along with a modification to the original proposals during the Lower Cook Inlet Board of Fisheries Tuesday meeting.
Inside the Kenai Senior Center, atop a table is a doll with an impressive wardrobe. Every one of her 22 outfits is hand-sewn by Fran Kilfoyle, a member of the center. The doll has several summer and winter outfits, seasonal pajamas and dresses.
After listening to public testimony from three residents and discussing the project, the Soldotna City Council voted down resolution to form a special assessment district for Lord Baranof Street at its Wednesday night meeting.
After listening to public testimony from three residents and discussing the project, the Soldotna City Council did not pass a resolution to form a special assessment district for Lord Baranof Street at its Wednesday night meeting.
The council unanimously voted down the resolution to pave the about 3...
ANCHORAGE - Conservation was on the agenda for Alaska Board of Fisheries members who approved proposals restricting fishing in Lower Cook Inlet streams while voting down others that would have liberalized certain fisheries.
Multiple aerial maps spread out on tables and six different highway designs propped up on stands gave people a birds-eye view of the safety issue on an 11-mile stretch of the Sterling Highway as well as possible ways to decrease the number of accidents.
The race to collected evidence for a pending murder trial turned a bail hearing sour Tuesday when the prosecutor hounded the defendant's mother for evidence as she testified on her ability to watch over her son if he were released on bail - and then an officer followed her out to her car.