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After reams of public comments, dozens of emails and a legal challenge still wending its way through the state court system, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly soundly defeated an ordinance that would have eliminated its invocation procedure.

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Local News

Despite colder winter, ‘blob’ may not be gone yet

A more normal winter has helped to dispel a warm water patch in the North Pacific, but it hasn’t disappeared entirely.

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Winner chosen in ‘You know you’re an Alaskan when’ contest

Earlier this year, one Soldotna woman set out to unearth the traits and quirks that make Alaskans, well, Alaskan. Read more

KPC to offer classes to non-native English speakers

A new Career Pathways course geared toward non-native English speakers is being offered at the Kenai River Campus Learning Center at Kenai Peninsula College (KPC)... Read more

Crime & Courts

Police kill Eagle River veteran after standoff near Denver

A former Eagle River resident and Marine reservist was shot and killed by police after a standoff near Denver on Friday. Read more

Midway through session, lawmakers looking for fiscal fix

JUNEAU — Alaska legislative leaders say they are committed to taking major steps to address the state’s multibillion-dollar budget deficit this year, even if that... Read more