Kenaitze greenhouse to sprout in Old Town Kenai

A grassy spot in Old Town Kenai next to the parking lot of the Kenaitze Indian Tribe’s Dena’ina Wellness Center may be occupied next summer by gardens, raised plant beds, and a 1,512 square-foot greenhouse full of vegetables and plants that the local Dena’ina Native people traditionally used for food and medicine.

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Survey: 1 in 3 Alaska women are stalked

One third of all women in Alaska have been stalked in their lifetimes. Read more

State sues feds over predator control restrictions

The State of Alaska has taken the Obama administration to court one last time. Read more

Assembly passes resolution clarifying intent on invocation policy

The debate over the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly’s controversial invocation policy continued Tuesday, though not much actually changed.

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Mayor addresses state, borough outlook

Though the Kenai Peninsula Borough and the state are separate entities in charge of their own finances, the two are so intertwined that the future of the borough depends on the Legislature setting the state’s finances straight, according to Borough Mayor Mike Navarre.

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Charge dismissed in child porn case against Soldotna man

A charge has been dismissed in the case against a Soldotna man accused of possessing child pornography. Read more