Soldotna releases annual financial report

Soldotna residents can take a look at how their tax dollars were spent during the last fiscal year in two reports put together by the... Read more

Nikolaevsk girls basketball tops Homer JV

The host Nikolaevsk girls basketball team defeated Homer’s junior varsity 61-24 on Monday in nonconference action.

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Much-maligned SB 91 needs tweaks from Legislature, not repeal

The rollout for Senate Bill 91, the judicial reform bill passed by the Legislature last year in an effort to combat high recidivism rates and... Read more

Senate approves bill to raise millions for state, while House signs energy efficiency program

A bill to raise as much as $37 million for the state of Alaska through the sale of its royalty oil has been approved by... Read more

Deep-pocketed organizations litigate borough’s prayer issue

One of the biggest complaints members of the public have had about the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly’s invocation policy lawsuit is the cost. As it... Read more

6 fishermen on crab boat go missing; owners hope for best

ANCHORAGE — Six veteran fishermen aboard a crabbing boat have gone missing in the icy, turbulent Bering Sea, and their employers are clinging to hope... Read more

Search for fishing vessel with 6 people goes into 2nd day

JUNEAU (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard in Alaska is searching for a fishing boat with six people that has been missing in the Bering... Read more

Seafood groups pick up $5.9M tab for hatchery salmon research

Processors and seven hatcheries have agreed to pony up millions to keep an Alaska Department of Fish and Game research project going.

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Soldotna sign code revision moves forward

Soldotna’s revision of its ordinance that regulates the many shapes, styles and sizes for signs is progressing as city staff attempt to make it clearer... Read more