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JUNEAU — Alaska legislators are set to convene a special session called by Gov. Bill Walker to complete work on a budget and plan for addressing a multibillion-dollar state deficit.
Five of the six Kenai Peninsula teams will have freshly familiar foes when the Northern Lights Conference soccer tournament kicks off today at Palmer and Colony high schools.
Soldotna pitcher Matthew Daugherty wasn’t thinking about beating rival Kenai Central on every pitch Wednesday at the Soldotna Little League fields. The senior wasn’t thinking about winning on senior night every time he toed the rubber, and he certainly wasn’t thinking about throwing a no-hitter.
As the Soldotna and Kenai Central softball teams were dodging the rain showers Wednesday afternoon, Stars pitcher Danielle Hills was dodging the Kardinals bats.
Representatives from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and Alaska Board of Fisheries reiterated the role that escapement goals play in the peninsula’s commercial and recreational fishing regulations at the Soldotna Chamber Luncheon.
JUNEAU — Wednesday marked a constitutional deadline for Alaska lawmakers to end their regular session. But with a budget and plan for addressing Alaska’s multibillion-dollar deficit unresolved, more time was needed.
Prompted by a standing-room only crowd in the Kenai City Council Chambers on Monday night, Kenai council members discussed options for concluding a 30-year dispute between residential and commercial interests in a neighborhood south of the Kenai Spur Highway.