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Baker Hughes investigated for dumping in Nikiski updated 10:09pm

If it hadn't have been for the legal bull moose walking through his property, Chuck Campbell may not have discovered the deepening piles of ashy cement powder coating the trees and running off into a gravel pit on his Nikiski property.

KPBSD site councils weigh-in on cutting costs 

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Board of Education began budget development this year by asking individual schools how they think the district can cut costs.


Prep wrestling season receives a shakeup

For years, girls wanting to take in the sport of wrestling had a difficult route ahead. Competing with boys has been and will never be easy for girls wrestlers, due to the strength advantage of many of their male competitors.

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Make sure you're ready for winter driving

It's that time of year: areas of the central Kenai Peninsula are starting to see some snow, and icy roads earlier this week may have contributed to a rollover accident on the Sterling Highway.

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Arts & Culture

Local duo moves audience

A duo of Kenai Peninsula locals, flautist Tomoko Raften and pianist Maria Allison, pieced together an electric performance inside the Christ Lutheran Church of Soldotna's chancel Thursday evening.

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