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.
The debate over who has to pay property taxes to which of the borough’s hospitals is getting into gear again.
Spurred by a fear of landslides, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education has officially revised their site selection for a new school in the remote Old Believer community of Kachemak Selo.
There were no injuries reported from a home fire near Kalifornsky Beach Road on Tuesday afternoon.
Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Superintendent Sean Dusek got the go-ahead from the school board to formally request maximum funding from the borough for fiscal year 2019, but borough leadership warns that may be overly optimistic.
After a rapid upheaval in the Board of Fisheries nomination process in March, Gov. Bill Walker’s two nominees sailed quietly through the Alaska Legislature’s committees to a joint confirmation session.
The snow is melting, the aspens are budding and the construction contractors are gearing up to work on the Kenai Peninsula’s roads.