Three fires and 18 total emergency calls kept personnel from Soldotna’s Central Emergency Services busy Wednesday.
With two public listening sessions behind them, the members of the borough’s working group on gravel pits are digging into their list of recommendations.
Some of the actors in Nikiski Middle-High School’s production of “Mary Poppins” have mastered their characters’ British accents. Some are still working on it.
A Kenai man is facing an attempted murder charge for allegedly shooting off a gun during an armed standoff Sunday at a Kenai home.
With the open court discussion done, the plaintiffs and the Kenai Peninsula Borough may have to wait up to six months for a decision in the legal battle over the assembly’s invocation.
Phone scammers posing as bill collectors for Homer Electric Association have targeted local business owners, seeking payment for false electric bills and threatening to cut off the target’s power as a way to take the victim’s credit card number and other financial information. HEA announced that it’s received new scam reports on April 18.
Soldotna City Council will decide between two applicants Wednesday night to fill a vacant seat.
Alaska is a gun state.
Farmers in Alaska are looking to tourists to help round out their profit margins.