The first Kenai Peninsula Borough sponsored Flood Aware Fair for the central peninsula didn't draw many people out on Friday.
It has been about six months since the Kalifornsky Beach area saw rising groundwater creep into basements and crawlspaces and infiltrate septic systems and drinking water wells.
A bill to help control Alaska's elodea infestation was pulled out of the legislature on Monday after the Alaska Division of Agriculture quarantined the invasive aquatic plant from the state. The bill, sponsored by Reps.
JUNEAU - A bill that stalled in the Senate last year over concerns it limited public involvement in permitting decisions resurfaced Monday.
...October 28 rain event pushed floodwaters higher than previously seen, Alaska Department of Natural Resources Division of Mining Land and Water Chief of the Water Resources Section David Schade said there is no way to say what exactly is causing the...
A state team is in town and ready to help October Kenai flood victims file for disaster aid, however very few of those expected to need help have gone in.
...protect specific water uses such as transportation, recreation and fish wildlife habitat, according to the Division of Mining, Land, and Water branch of DNR.Rindner ruled in favor of the coalition on a second count, stating that "DNR has violated...
Although the city of Homer issued Buccaneer Oil Alaska an extension to Dec.
JUNEAU - One of the governor's permitting bills has hit a speed bump in the Senate, where rural lawmakers have raised concerns about the impact it will have on tribal organizations and citizens. HB77, from Gov.
Chambers to host joint luncheonThe Kenai and Soldotna Chambers of Commerce will host a joint luncheon Wednesday at noon at the Soldotna Sports Center. A legislative wrap up with Gov. Sean Parnell, Rep. Mike Chenault, Rep. Kurt Olson and Sen. Tom Wagoner is planned. Lunch is $15, the chambers ask to RSVP in advance at 262-9814.CPR instruction available
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