Three young men who vandalized Nikiski Middle-High School were sentenced Thursday at the Kenai Courthouse. Anthony Ming, 21, Roy Bellamy, 19, and Karl Buchholz, 19, all of Nikiski, received sentences of 30 days "shock" jail time or 240 hours of community work service in lieu of jail time. They also are required to pay an undetermined amount of restitution. "I've seen school vandalism before but nothing with the depth or breadth of this offense," said Judge Anna Moran. "There are more appropriate ways to deal with anger."
...add eyes to its buildings as a way to deter vandals from leaving their mark. According to Dave Spence, director of planning and operations for the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, the district is in the planning stage of installing security...
For the past two weeks Kenai Central High School students have been swimming or playing broomball at the Kenai ice rink for their gym classes after a broken pipe caused water damage to the school's gym floor and temporarily closed the facility.
Voters may be faced with a decision to approve a $26 million bond for school roof repairs this October.
Of the now six high school softball or baseball head coaches on the Kenai Peninsula, all agree that both sports are gaining popularity. Skyview and Kenai Central are proof. Both schools are introducing softball teams for the 2010 season.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District wants to fix the aging roofs around the district by asking voters to decide on approving a bond for the first phase of repairs this October.
The central Kenai Peninsula's Juneau delegation surprised retiring Schools Superintendent Donna Peterson with an Alaska Legislative Honorarium during Monday's meeting of the board of education.
A sale agreement between the Kenai Peninsula Borough and the owner of a flight school and flight seeing service in Moose Pass has the community asking questions.
Some local bus drivers have been seeing red this fall as they drive their routes to and from area schools.
A Moose Pass business owner who stood to gain a substantial amount of property belonging to the Kenai Peninsula Borough surprised assembly members and fellow residents when he encouraged members to vote no on Ordinance 2008-25.
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