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About 20 people make their way to Capitol to seek solutions for service shortages.
Officials say as the snow continues to fall, the avalanche risk rises
Boys and girls win in cross-town contests against JDHS.
Residents have until the end of March to submit comments
A company seeks to provide tours three times per day, six days a week
Mission comes ahead of expected heavy snowfall.
The decision comes after difficulties to fill board vacancies and maintain consist meetings
Total recorded over 24 hours at airport, breaks 1967 mark of 9 inches for Feb. 24.
Jeff Rogers said he expects to depart sometime this summer
The increase is set to be the largest in 40 years, said port director
Renovations include locker/changing rooms, resurfacing leisure pool and electrical systems upgrades.
Peter Micciche is the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s new mayor.
Four swimmers broke team records.
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public input on seven plans that vary in impact on the area.
SEACAD was in charge of the investigation.
Recovery and pollution cleanup expected to be complete in coming days, Coast Guard official says
Family remembers archery club founding member with volley of fire
According to officials, the water temperature was 37 degrees during the time of the plunge.
Cheyenne Sanchez recently promoted to captain.