Blood Moon Tonight From 10pm AKST


The first of four rare lunar eclipses will start tonight.

Senate Passes Capital Budget


A public hearing will be held tonight from 5:30pm to discuss the state’s capital budget.

ConocoPhillips to Resume Exports from Nikiski Facility


After receiving authorization from the U.S. Department of Energy, ConocoPhillips announced they plan to resume liquefied natural gas exports from their Nikiski facility this spring.

Tax Deadline Tomorrow, Changes Coming


The deadline to file your federal income taxes is tomorrow.

Senator Begich to Visit Kenai Tomorrow


Alaska’s junior Senator Mark Begich will be on the Kenai tomorrow, meeting with constituents and addressing a joint Chamber of Commerce.

School District Asks Board to Fund Skyview Pool


In a Friday evening email, the School District asked the School Board to include funding for the Skyview Pool in the FY 2015 budget.

Minimum Wage Bill Narrowly Passes House


The State House has passed an initiative to raise the minimum wage in Alaska, but some are questioning the motive of lawmakers supporting the bill.

“Dreams to Build On”: Home Show Opens to 100+ Vendors


The 35th Annual Home Show opened to over 100 vendors last weekend.

Soldotna Creek Park Off Limits to Events This Summer


Soldotna Creek Park will again be off limits to events this summer in order to allow the grass to grow.

KSRM Week In Review 04/07-04/11

The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week.   Monday 04/07   Flood Fair Addresses Questions, Soldotna ‘Y’ To Be Bulldozed in May, Trooper Identified in Homer Shooting, KSRM Egg Hunt Begins.   Tuesday 04/08   Kenai South Beach Hoping For State Financed Road, Minority Democrats Say Session “Rushed”, Confusing Vehicle […]