Mary Lou Bottorff's museum is alive.
Unlike other museums, the items in Bottorff's collection aren't untouchable and locked up tight under glass in a sterile environment.
The items breathe and live out in the open, on counters, on shelves and in places where one can get closer to its history and mea...
For decades ambulatory surgery centers grew in number and commonality across the nation as a viable way to reduce the cost of outpatient surgeries. But the successful business model surgery centers enjoyed — high profit from low overhead — hasn’t sustained, a health policy analyst contends.
Blair Martin has had the vision for more than 20 years. It is a farm for at-risk children, and it would address all social ills in the community - teen suicide, high school drop outs, drug use, delinquency and poor work ethic, among others he said.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly introduced its $73.2 million fiscal year 2014 budget on Tuesday. The budget is contained in Ordinance 2013-19 and, if approved after a June 4 public hearing, would take effect July 1. The budget calls for $73.
■ The Kenai and Soldotna chambers of commerce will host a joint luncheon at noon on May 15 at the Kenai Visitor Center. Former Gov. Frank Murkowski will speak on "Who Owns Alaska." Lunch is $15. RSVP to 262-9814 or 283-7989.
During the once-a-year Kenai Peninsula Board of Education meeting at Seward High School, east Kenai Peninsula residents had a chance to voice their opinions on issues ranging from dwindling population at the area’s middle school, to district staffing changes.
District Superintendent Steve Atwater ...