Week In Review 12101214

first_imgThursday 12/13Audio PlayerThursday-1214.mp3VmThursday-1214.mp300:00RPdGoFundMe Page Created For Worker Killed At Milne Point, Coast Guard Has Assumed Responsibility For Cleanup Of Sunken Vessel In Seward, December NPR-A Oil And Gas Lease Sale Generates $1.5 million, Alyeska Resort Will Open For Skiing This Weekend Wednesday 12/12Audio PlayerWednesday-1213.mp3VmWednesday-1213.mp300:00RPdState Investigating Death Of Oilfield Worker At Milne Point, Borough Mayor Seeks Ways To Improve Anadromous Stream Ordinance, Bond Proposal For Field House Will Go To The Voters Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Monday 12/10Audio PlayerMonday-1210.mp3VmMonday-1210.mp300:00RPdRepresentative Knopp Leaving GOP Caucus, Anchor Point Man Sentenced For Wanton Waste Of 3 Moose, Kenai Continues Work On Bluff Stabilization Projectcenter_img Friday 12/14Audio PlayerFriday-1215.mp3VmFriday-1215.mp300:00RPdMayor Pierce Says Borough Reduced Deficit By Almost $4 Million, AST Launches Annual ‘Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over Holiday Campaign’, Kenai Chamber Pens Resolution Supporting Nikiski As LNG Site, Tuesday 12/11Audio PlayerTuesday-1211.mp3VmTuesday-1211.mp300:00RPdUpdated: Sunken Fishing Vessel Leaking Diesel In Seward Harbor, Drawing Hunt Application Deadline Approaching, ConocoPhillips Announces Increase In 2019 Budget For Alaska, Enrollment Down By Over 100 Students In KPBSD last_img

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