Soldotna City Council approved an ordinance appropriating funds to conduct a feasibility study on different options for disposing of liquid waste from the wastewater treatment plant.
All the students in Ms. Barnes’ class agreed, the worst part about a technology free week was that they couldn’t listen to music.
Three meetings in, the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s working group on gravel pit issues is already finding the sore spots between neighbors and operators.
Vendors lined the halls of Kenai Central High School on Saturday for a fundraiser to benefit Central Peninsula Special Olympics.
Soldotna police have arrested a Kenai woman in connection with stealing $1,200 in goods from Fred Meyer.
A collision with a moose on the way to school Thursday morning left a school bus driver and 24 students unhurt.
Retail marijuana stores making their way to the Homer Spit is once again on the table at City Hall.
Every day the door opens at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank’s Fireweed Diner, no one can tell exactly who will come through. That applies to both diners and the volunteers behind the counter.
Former state Senator Mike Dunleavy is out touring the state, rounding up support for his gubernatorial bid.