Among those who have the power to do anything about it, this editorial will almost certainly fall on deaf ears.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission will hear three out of more than 200 complaints that in some way relate to an annual Kenai River Fishing event, but two officials have already amended their filings to correct the issue, they said.
...or their families in relation to an annual Kenai River fishing event.The complaints filed against Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources Ed Fogels and Alaska Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Cora Campbell assert that...
About 10 months after the declared Kalifornsky Beach Road flood disaster, affected property owners gathered Tuesday at the Donald E. Gilman River Center to listen to officials from involved agencies about the event.
Editor's note: This is the second article in a two-part series detailing Republican Gov. Sean Parnell in his roles as an Alaska resident, governor and candidate for office. The first pasrt ran in Monday's Clarion.
Municipal leaders throughout the state say they are pleased with the development of the Municipal Advisory Gas Project Review Board, but participation concerns remain. The concerns were expressed in a Monday press release.
Central Peninsula Hospital is racing to get approval of their revised specialty clinic expansion budget after the state denied several key components of the original $43 million plan.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough has joined forces with other government agencies in the state examine potential impacts of the Alaska Pipeline Project.
House Bill 77 passed the House in the last legislative session. The Senate version of this bill is expected to be voted on early in the upcoming legislative session. I attended the hearing on HB 77 in Soldotna on Dec. 9.
Central Kenai Peninsula residents earlier this week had an opportunity to share their thoughts on House Bill 77 during a hearing conducted by Sen. Peter Micciche.
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