After nearly a full day of board deliberations on 25 proposed regulatory changes, the Cook Inlet’s personal-use fishery remains largely unchanged in the midst of a process that has dramatically restructured commercial set and drift gillnet fishing in the same region.
Board members, dipnetters and ...
A California-based development company is making progress with its plans to transform the Soldotna "Y" with new buildings to house a Walgreens as well as other businesses yet to be determined.
The Soldotna Planning and Zoning Commission on Feb.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly heard from two nonprofits at its Tuesday night meeting.
First Linda Swarner, executive director with the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, presented information about the organization’s operations to the assembly. On its $500,000 budget, the food bank distributes abou...
Wednesday 8:00 a.m.
The House Education Committee will sponsor a public hearing to discuss HB 210 Student Restraint, Seclusion, Psychiatric Drugs and HB 220 Repeal Secondary School Exit Exam. 2 minute testimony limit.
Wednesday 1:30 p.m.
On Monday, the Alaska Board of Fisheries approved several changes to the Central District Drift Gillnet Fishery Management Plan outlined in a proposal submitted by the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Fish & Wildlife Commission.
After more than an hour of discussion, the board voted unanimously to adop...
JUNEAU - Members of the House Finance Committee grilled state budget officials Monday on how realistic their 10-year budget plan is.
The plan drafted by Gov. Sean Parnell's budget office is intended as a planning tool.
A former Soldotna school nurse pleaded guilty to a charge of tampering with public records Monday afternoon at the Kenai Courthouse after allegations that she forged a signature on school immunization records.