Borough assembly rejects Cooper Landing appeal
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, acting as Board of Adjustment, rejected Tuesday's appeal of a controversial Cooper Landing subdivision.
Kenai City Council extends life of struggling board
The historic board is not history.
Refinery on thin ice
Tesoro Petroleum Corp. has started a two-month study to determine whether it should improve the efficiency of its Nikiski refinery -- or close and sell it.
Fed funds to flow
On Thursday, President Bill Clinton declared a major disaster in Alaska. The declaration frees federal funds to repair damage from severe winter weather and related avalanches.
Performance brings Kenaitze heritage to stage
Tonight in Kenai, children will pass the "story feather" and share the oral traditions of the Dena'ina Athabaskans indigenous to the central Kenai Peninsula.
Storms, damage taking costly toll
Shoveling driveways is one thing. Clearing avalanches takes snow removal to an even larger dimension. And dealing with this winter's weather conditions has brought Alaska to the attention of President Clinton.
Malcolm F. Branson
Kenai resident Allen Tru McGrady died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Providence Hospital in Anchorage. He was 66.
Measure would protect fund for future
The Alaska Permanent Fund is perhaps the greatest single achievement of our state politicians in the last 25 years. What is remarkable is that our generation, instead of spending every dollar, created a permanent fund to benefit Alaskans -- potentially forever.
Voices of the Peninsula
Alaskans should stop complaining and start developing wealth of opportunities
Skiers hoping for a little more snow
Believe it or not, cross-country ski enthusiasts would like some more snow.
Women's club luncheon is today
Surprises could rule Region III
Usually, by this time of the season, the cross-country skiing teams of Region III are more than familiar with each other.
Kenny Lake rips Nikiski
The Nikiski High School hockey team suffered an 8-3 setback at the hands of Kenny Lake to open the Greatland Conference tournament Thursday at Brett Memorial Ice Arena in Wasilla.
No shirts, no shots, no Service
The Soldotna High School hockey team won't be leaving a tip after the Service they got in the first round of the ASAA State Hockey Championship tournament Thursday at the Soldotna Sports Center.
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