KPC Celebrates Earth Day With Open Forum

04/22/14

The Kenai Peninsula College is marking Earth Day today, with a celebration open to the public.

Set Net Ban to Front Superior Court Today

04/22/14

The initiative to ban set nets in urban areas will be heard today by the Alaska Supreme Court.

Speaker Hopes To Leave Juneau Today, Maybe Tomorrow

04/22/14

The State Legislature is still in session in Juneau, now two days past the 90-day deadline.

Conference Committee Begins Work on Education Bill

04/22/14

At 10:30am this morning the State Conference Committee began work on the omnibus education bill.

Soldotna Council to Hold Golf Course Work Session Before Meeting

04/22/14

The Soldotna City Council will hold a work session in regards to the possible purchase of the Birch Ridge Golf Course land and water rights (Wednesday) April 23.

Governor Pleased With Tax Credits, Agrium Excluded

04/22/14

Speaker of the House Mike Chenault said he was disappointed his amendment to add credits for Agrium was stripped by the Senate Finance Committee.

Permanent Registration for Older Cars, Older Drivers

04/22/14

The DMV will now be able to offer a one-time permanent registration for drivers or vehicles over a certain age.

Nelund Indicted for Walmart Shooting

04/22/14

A Sterling woman spent her 28th birthday in jail last week, five months after she allegedly opened fire on a vehicle at Walmart.

Alaska Unemployment Rate Close to National Rate

04/21/14

Alaska’s unemployment rates changed one tenth of a percentage point from February, coming in at 6.6 for March.

Bristol Bay Forever Ballot Initiative Pushed to November Ballot

04/21/14

As we previously reported, the State Legislature called it quits around 4am and due to debates over the Governor’s education bill and the capital budget, several voter initiatives will be bumped to the November ballot.