The Kenai Peninsula Borough’s working group on gravel pits wanted public comment, and on Thursday night, they got it.
With the Legislature closing in on the final day of its regular session, the battle over a bill to tighten restrictions on permits to develop near Alaska’s anadromous streams is still attracting a lot of attention.
Eighth-grader Jolie Widamen from Skyview Middle School can’t draw, can’t paint and is definitely not artistic, or at least that’s what she told her mom, Jill DuFloth.
Pete Paquette’s addiction began the way it did for many — with a pain injury in high school and a prescription for opioids.
Applications to serve on Soldotna City Council are being accepted until April 17.
At their Wednesday meeting the Kenai City Council voted to change the rules that had allowed any Kenai resident to challenge any decision by city administrators or the Kenai Planning and Zoning commission. Now, to appeal appeal a city decisions to the seven council members — who decide on challenged decisions as a board of adjustment — a Kenai resident must be an owner or renter of the affected property who participated in the decision beforehand in writing or at a public meeting.
The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge’s manager has been selected as the best refuge manager in the country for 2018.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough has a lot of options to balance its budget and fund public schools, but not everyone is on the same page about which is the best path.
The Pebble Limited Partnership is changing its plans and its tone as it continues its permitting process.