The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week.
Funding Drop Won’t Hurt CES, South Beach Camping Restricted New Access Planned Next Year, High Tree Pollen Counts Affect Kenai Peninsula, Cook Inlet Renaissance May Help Ease LNG Surge
Red Flag Warning and Burn Ban, Nikiski High School Teacher Charged With 7 Felonies, Few Questions Answered At LNG Meeting, Issue of Manpower for Citations Fixed in Time for Fishing Season
Cook Inlet Energy Parent Company Acquires Savant, LNG Project and ‘Small’ Gasline Incompatible?, Furie’s New Automated Platform to Produce by Late Fall, Improvements to Marathon Road Restrict Access to Escape Route Road
Soldotna’s Les Anderson Statue Vandalized, Skyview High Finishes Strong as Last Graduation Approaches, River Festival Runs Into Camping Conflict, Soldotna City Adds $150K For SoHi Track
CES Given New Boat For Dip Net Rescue, Ravn CEO Says Training Changes Already Made in Kenai, Assembly Member Running for Lieutenant Governor, Fire Burn Ban Extends Through Weekend