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1 Kenai man dies after truck rolls on Sterling Highway, troopers say
2 'It's our biggest so far'
3 Kenai Council to consider resolution opposing vaccine orders, mask mandates
4 Russian River Campground, Road to Close for Improvement Work
5 Outage knocks out power to much of Kenai
6 Marathon's Kenai refinery on the market
7 Proposed solar project on Kenai Peninsula would be Alaska's largest
8 State reports 6 new COVID deaths
9 Kenai library fundraiser nears $14,000, will conclude next week
10 Kenai, SoHi, Homer finish up play at Stars and Stripes
11 Kenai council postpones approval of waterfront study contract
12 Baisden, Sounart take seats on Kenai City Council
13 Kenai takes 2nd, Homer nabs 3rd at state volleyball
14 Kenai Conversation: Sustainability committee turns one year old
15 Kenai hockey tops Homer in overtime
16 Kenai captures Southcentral Conference volleyball title
17 Soldotna seeks to create new 'main street' along Kenai River
18 Kenai Peninsula’s Dual Book Challenges, Embarrassing School Board Outbursts, and More Censorship News...
19 The future of Kenai Fjords
20 Thanksgiving on the go
21 Structure along Kenai Spur catches fire
22 Kenai power outage delays printing of Homer News
23 Kenai volleyball finishes undefeated regular season
24 1 Person Killed, Another Injured in Anchor Point House Fire
25 Hockey roundup: West wins End of Road tourney
26 Life in the Pedestrian Lane: 'Tis the Season
27 Food bank opens doors for Thanksgiving lunch
28 Kenai Middle School scary stories
29 Here's a roundup of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on flights, cruises and more for Alaska travelers
30 Jr. Blues come back to take series from Bears
31 Borough looks to tap rescue funds for projects
32 No current COVID-19 patients at South Peninsula Hospital
33 Security officer now at work in Juneau's harbors on a permanent basis
34 Shelter prepares to open doors
35 Set-net rules for Cook Inlet could be eased
36 Fishing industry takes a hit during pandemic
37 Protesters denounce vaccine mandates ahead of deadline for federal workers
38 As the number of electric vehicles grows in Alaska, a charging station corridor is in the works
39 Passings: Barry Matteson, 1943-2021
40 'Hunger of Crows' perfect for winter reading
41 Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 23, 2021
42 Nikiski soil treatment facility moves ahead
43 Changing tides
44 At-home COVID-19 tests could be a useful tool this Thanksgiving
45 School announcements
46 Roundup: Guilty plea in bike path assault, firefighter's death deemed medical issue, more
47 Officials: Get vaccinated before the holidays
48 Governor Dunleavy Visits the Kenai Peninsula for Cabinet Meeting – Mike Dunleavy
49 Feds issue vaccine mandate to health care workers; Dunleavy joins lawsuit against the rule
50 Tule geese took the long way south from Alaska last year as fires ripped through the west
51 Mark Christopher St. George
52 Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor promotes debunked treatment for COVID-19
53 Latest COVID count released by the state
54 COVID is surging in Kenai Peninsula schools but district won't require masks
55 Kenai king fishery shuts down
56 Alaska Journal | Megan Mazurek
57 Kenai dog park construction delayed
58 New airline arriving in Kenai this spring
59 Kenai River sockeye run over-escaped by 1 million fish
60 Area Scores: Nov. 28 | Sports |
61 Juniors get hooked fishing the Kenai
62 Kenai Peninsula teachers allege censorship of books with LGBTQ themes
63 Kenai to assess feasibility of waterfront development
64 Kenai king salmon fishery shuts down
65 Board of Fisheries should stand strong for troubled Kenai River king salmon
66 Performers bring Clampetts to Kenai
67 Man bitten by brown bear on Kenai Peninsula
68 Youngren, Lewis win Kenai River Marathon events with big leads
69 Kenai Conversation: Meet the candidates for Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly
70 Advocates of unproven COVID treatment dominate Kenai Borough Assembly meeting
71 'Untapped potential:' Kenai looks to revive waterfront, develop business community
72 Kenai Conversation: Tom Kizzia
73 Kenai homeowners tackle bluff erosion, one recycled pipe at a time
74 Face masks optional at Kenai Peninsula schools this year
75 A small mountain recovers after a Kenai Peninsula fire, providing new stomping grounds
76 Kenai, Alaska, Works to Address Bluff Erosion
77 Kenai overhauls city's election code
78 As local streams warm on the Kenai Peninsula, cold water inputs could be crucial for salmon
79 'Medical liberty' petition brought to Kenai City Council
80 3 dead, 4 injured in fiery crash on Kenai Spur Highway, police say
81 Kenai football holds off Homer
82 Kenai to discuss land management plan Monday
83 Kenai Conversation: Meet the candidates for Kenai City Council (part 1)
84 Kenai to discuss land management plan
85 More affordable housing coming to Kenai
86 Wrestlers Pass Tournament Test at Lancer Smith
87 Big fish, gorgeous vistas, small-town charm: There's adventure aplenty on the Kenai Peninsula
88 Kenai cemetery expansion slated to open in spring
89 Redington QB gets 502 yards, 7 TDs in topping Kenai
90 Motorcyclist dies in Kenai Spur Highway crash, troopers say
91 4.6 earthquake shakes Kenai Peninsula
92 Dipnet fishery opens Saturday on the Kenai
93 State forestry firefighters responding to small wildfire in Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
94 Kenai, Seward get 5-set wins
95 Reminder: Fireworks banned in Kenai Peninsula Borough
96 Kenai Kicks Off the 5th Annual Silver Salmon Derby with Bigger Prizes and More Community Involvement
97 Students ask for district support of LGBTQ+ peers
98 Refuge Notebook: Will yellow cedar move to Kenai Peninsula?
99 Kenai to consider donating land for new Triumvirate playhouse
100 Kenai City Council gives sendoffs, certifies election results