Tuesday, January 4, 2011

CINGSA storage project on track again
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has removed one hurdle from Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska's effort to get approval for a natural gas storage facility on the peninsula.

Melting winter wonderland: Warm peninsula temperatures not here to stay
While the current temperatures may seem like a mini-heat wave compared to December's colder-than-average stats they're not expected to last, the National Weather Service says.

Juneau-based archives project to broaden services
JUNEAU (AP) -- The Library Archives Museum Project isn't just about moving out of an ailing building that threatens the artifacts -- it's also about making services more effective.

Task force takes up CPH governance
A New Year's resolution for the Kenai Peninsula Borough during 2011 may well be to make a decision on the future of the Central Peninsula Hospital.

Photo: Lots of mouths to feed

Assembly to consider SAB ordinance
An ordinance clarifying the powers and duties of the Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Service Area Board will be on the agenda when the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meets Tuesday.

$871M DOT budget includes roads, airports, more
Gov. Sean Parnell's 2012 draft capital budget, released Dec. 15, contains about $1.5 billion worth of allocations, including more than $835 million in federal funds.

RCA decision could throw gas storage project off schedule
A conditional approval given a planned $180 million gas storage facility by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska contains a poison-pill provision that could cause the project to slip a year or more in schedule, developers of the project told the regulatory commission in an appeal of the decision.

Lights come on at Daubenspeck Park
One new set of lights in Kenai isn't just here for the holiday season.

Around the Peninsula

La Leche League meets

Around the Peninsula

First exhibit of the season this week

Pet Photo: Amazing Clancy

Pet Photo: Amazing Clancy

Sports Brief: Seahawks lose title tilt
The Nome boys basketball team defeated Seward 44-38 on Saturday to win the ACS-Pepsi Invitational in Anchorage.

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