KSRM Week In Review 6/22 – 6/26

first_imgSoldotna Mayor Considers Stint in Africa, BBB Warns Alaskans of Charity Scams Amidst Wildfires, Peninsula Ranks High For Local Hire, Multiple Guns Stolen From Nikiski Residence Wednesday 6/24 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. LNG Expert Fears Project May Miss Window of Opportunity, Firefighter Injured in Encounter with Bear, ENSTAR Restores Service to Portions of Kenai Keys, Public Comment Period Open on KNWR Proposed Public Use Changes ENSTAR Gas Cost Dropping 11.9%, Power Restored to 22,000 HEA Members, Body Found in Trail Lake Presumed Missing Nevada Canoeist, Hilcorp Pursues New Road-Accessible Drill Pad in Ninilchik Unit Thursday 6/25 Walker Mulls TransCanada Buy-Out, No Bait for Kings July 1, 36-Hrs for Commercial Fisheries, Baking with Gratitude for Card St Fire Fighters, Alaska to Rename Wade Hampton Census Area Friday 6/26 Tuesday 6/23 Monday 6/22 Study Finds 26% of Alaskan Infant Deaths Preventable, Increased Water Usage Results in Kenai Resident Notices, Ketchikan Mourns 9 Lost as Officials Initiate Recovery Efforts, PRL, The Cannery Lodge Named Kenai Business of the Yearlast_img read more