Week In Review 9497

first_imgWednesday 9/5Audio PlayerJennifer-0905.mp3VmJennifer-0905.mp300:00RPdBorough Assembly Supports Residents Right To Vote On Annexation, Excise Tax On Tobacco Products Taken Off The Table, KPBSD Reports Increase In Homeless Students, September Designated As Hunger Action Month Thursday 9/6Audio PlayerJennifer-0906.mp3VmJennifer-0906.mp300:00RPdOlson Announces Write-In Campaign For Borough Assembly, Early Numbers Show Decline In Enrollment For KPBSD, Alyeska Pipeline To Cut Workforce By 10 Percent, Should We Be Concerned About Bacteria In The Kenai? Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last updated on September 14th, 2018 at 07:25 amThe KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Tuesday 9/4Audio PlayerTuesday-0904.mp3VmTuesday-0904.mp300:00RPdThe Division Of Elections Has Certified The 2018 Primary Election, FERC Announced New Date For EIS Schedule For AK LNG Project, Soldotna Elks Donated $4,000 Worth Of School Supplies To KPBSD, CES Crews Filled Their Boots To Benefit MDAcenter_img Monday 9/3Closed Friday 9/7Audio PlayerJennifer-0907.mp3VmJennifer-0907.mp300:00RPdGillham Officially Launches Write-In Campaign For Senate District O, 1,353 Pounds Of Metal Was Collected On Kenai Beaches, Borough Has No Backup Plan For K-Selo School Funding, Freedom House Begins Expansion Of Hope Winglast_img