Week In Review 7/16-7/20

first_imgMonday 7/1670-Pound King Caught On The Kenai, King Salmon Limited To Catch-and-Release Only On Kenai, Kasilof Rivers, Alaska Primary Voter Registration Deadline Fast Approaching, Know Where To Dispose Of Your Fish Waste On The Kenai Peninsula Friday 7/20Motorcyclist Killed In Collision In Sterling, Construction On Kobuk Street Starts Next Week, Expect Delays, Heavy Traffic Expected On Seward Highway This Weekend Thursday 7/198-Year-Old Killed By Rock On The Sterling Highway, Hospital Boundary Questions Will Go To The Voters, Fire Danger Remains ‘High’ Going Into The Weekend, First Phase Of The Kenai Spur Highway Rehabilitation Project Is Underway Wednesday 7/18Carpenter Withdraws Proposal To Repeal Voter Approval Of Sales Cap Increase, AGDC Working With The City Of Kenai To Find Alternative Water Sources, DEC Finds Elevated Bacteria Levels On Kenai River Beachescenter_img FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Tuesday 7/17Commercial Fisherman Respond To KRSA Request For Shut Down, Construction Update On K-Beach Road, Statewide Smoke-free Workplace Bill Signed Into Law, Local Law Enforcement Offer Tips As Vehicle Thefts Continue To Riselast_img

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