Recent News Stories

Recently a special interest group focused on an advisory proposition listed on the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s ballot held an informational town hall meeting. The meeting was meant to shed light on the ballot proposition which asks voters living outside city limits whether domestic animal rescue services should be brought to their neighborhoods.

There are two open seats on the city council to be filled in the next election. Catriona Lowe, Justin Arnold, Corbin Arno, and David Lewis are running for the seats. KBBI’s Shady Grove Oliver spoke with Corbin Arno about his hopes and goals if he’s elected.

There are two open seats on the city council to be filled in the next election. Catriona Lowe, Justin Arnold, Corbin Arno, and David Lewis are running for the seats. KBBI’s Shady Grove Oliver spoke with Justin Arnold about his hopes and goals if he’s elected.

There are two open seats on the city council to be filled in the next election. Catriona Lowe, Justin Arnold, Corbin Arno, and David Lewis are running for the seats. KBBI’s Shady Grove Oliver spoke with Catriona Lowe about her hopes and goals if she's elected.

There are two open seats on the city council to be filled in the next election. Catriona Lowe, Justin Arnold, Corbin Arno, and David Lewis are running for the seats. KBBI’s Shady Grove Oliver spoke with Lewis about his hopes for reelection and goals for another term.

Homer is the only city on the Kenai Peninsula that will vote to decide whether the city will take its first steps toward Home Rule. For the third and final episode of our Home Rule series we examine the arguments for and against Home Rule in Homer.

A Sterling man is hoping to open an organic produce store on the central peninsula in the next few years. With a growing demand for organic food and little competition in the Sterling area, he hopes it will fill a gap in the market.

In the second installment of our three part series exploring home rule we turn to Soldotna, one of the two cities on the Kenai Peninsula considering the change in government.

 

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