Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Power up: Funny River sees the light in emergencies
The Funny River Chamber of Commerce will soon be getting an invaluable piece of equipment for contending with emergency situations in their relatively remote area -- an emergency power generator.

Kenai regulates turbines
Kenai is doing more than any other city in the state in terms of encouraging wind turbine development within city limits, a leader in Alaska wind energy installation said.

Blood bank closes: Director cites sluggish economy, decline in demand as reasons
Regular donors to Blood Bank of Alaska may soon have to travel farther or wait for mobile blood drive collections to give, as the Soldotna and Wasilla donor centers will soon be closing.

Kenai Peninsula College

Semester enrollments escalate

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