...illegal, field test kits are not available, Mlynarik said. Police departments have to send the drugs to the Alaska Department of Public Safety's Crime Lab, which he said can be difficult and time consuming. When a chemical has been banned by the...
...current state employees to the borough payroll. Citing a change in leadership earlier this month at the Alaska Department of Public Safety, Kenai Peninsula Mayor Mike Navarre asked the assembly to table plans to support an ordinance that authorized...
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly welcomed new assembly members at its Tuesday meeting and bid farewell to two of its members, including the assembly president. On Oct.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough on Tuesday introduced an ordinance to increase the number of its employees in the 911-call center.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly welcomed new assembly members at its Tuesday meeting and bid farewell to two of its members, including the assembly president. The Oct. 1 elected members, district 4 member, Dale Bagley, and district 3 member, Wayne Ogle, and re-elected district 7 member, Brent Johnson were sworn in as a group by Johni Blankenship, borough clerk. Johnson returned to his seat for the remainder of the meeting, Bagley and Ogle will be seated at the next assembly meeting.
...Monday. Burdick said going into field training, it was "nice" to start applying what he learned at the Alaska Department of Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka. Soldotna Police hired Burdick in July. He began field training with the department...
Editor's note: This is the 10th and final part of the Morris Communications series "The case for conserving the Kenai king salmon." The entire series may be found online at www.peninsulaclarion.com.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly held public hearings on two ordinances at its Tuesday night meeting. Neither item prompted comments from borough residents.
As the calendar counts down to the start of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge on June 20 in Key West, Fla., organizers of the 7,000-mile ride ending in Homer are firming up plans for the event's finish at the end of the road. The biggest change from preparations last fall is the site for a Fourth of July Celebration. The concert and award ceremony will be at Stone Step Lake and Oceanfront Estates, a subdivision near Mile 7 East End Road.
Volunteers assisting Alaska State Troopers in search and rescue operations would be considered state employees and covered by workers' compensation insurance if they are injured or killed under a bill approved by the Alaska House on Tuesday.
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