When Gov.-elect Bill Walker is sworn into office Dec. 1, he's likely to land in the first no-win scenario of his administration.
Alaska's independent governor is required to turn in his first budget two weeks after taking office.
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For many years the Kenai Soil & Water Conservation District has sponsored a poster contest for local youth K-6th grade.
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Mike and Froso Charalambous raised their sons in Soldotna while running first Pizza Pete's then after a tragic fire rebuilding the new Froso's family restaurant.
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Five years ago Kelly King, Homeless liaison, KPBSD Students in Transition wanted to increase awareness of what has been referred to as an invisible problem on the Kenai Peninsula, so she organized the community’s first Candlelight Vigil for Homeless Youth & Families. “Homelessness in Alaska ...
Every year, after the sand settles from thousands of dipnetters visiting Kenai for the last three weeks of July, the city reviews its management of the massive fishery and evaluates improvements that can be made.
The general public began registering online for next semester at 12:01 a.m. this morning. Students are highly encouraged to seek advising to be sure they are on course for graduation in the least amount of time possible.