The Kenai Peninsula Borough Roads Department is working its way through the final hoops before putting the Kenai Spur Highway extension project out for bid.
The recent denial of Alaska Loven It’s license to cultivate cannabis raises a question not often discussed in Alaska’s growing marijuana industry. How do legal commercial grows get plants to begin farming pot?
The “Salmon Professor” visited Connections Home School on Thursday, showing a group of students the ins and outs of one of the Kenai’s most ubiquitous fish — the salmon.
A proposal to exempt Kenai’s residential water and sewer services from city sales taxes failed at Wednesday night’s Kenai city council meeting. Of the council’s seven members, only the ordinance’s sponsor, council member Mike Boyle, voted in favor of it.
Nothing says February in Alaska like a bonfire and an icy beer by a frozen river.
Emergency managers across the Kenai Peninsula are working on patching gaps in the notification network made evident by January’s tsunami threat.
Tyonek is going to Texas.
The proposed solution for the deficit in the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s budget wouldn’t involve raising taxes, but it also means cuts and drawing out of the borough’s assets.
Kenai Peninsula Borough voters may be asked to take on revenue bonds to fund a new school for the remote Old Believer community of Kachemak Selo.
Advocates are again seeking to convince the state’s Board of Fisheries to include the Kenai Peninsula in a schedule of locations for its triennial Upper Cook Inlet Finfish meeting.