KSRM Week In Review 10/31 – 11/4

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Sterling Teen Killed In Wednesday Night Accident, AK LNG Project Coming In At Lower End Of Budget, Seward Schools Closed, Reopened After Reported Bear Attack, Brian Gabriel Sworn In As Kenai’s New Mayor, Kenai Bowling Alley Sale Still In Limbo, Body of Missing Pilot Discovered in Alaska Range Nikiski Considers Third Fire Station, One In Custody After Allegedly Stealing Truck, Dozer, Fairbanks Residents Pay Tribute To Fallen Officer, Missing Pilot Identified As David McRae, Walker Reappoints Soldotna Woman To Board Of Counselors State House Candidates Make Final Push, Kenai Man Sentenced To Five Years In Prison For Fake IDs, Murder Charges Filed After Death Of Sgt. Brandt, Soldotna Bridge Work To Be Completed Nov 10-12 Thursday 11/3 Wednesday 11/2 Open Enrollment For Healthcare.gov Begins Today, Two Killed In Mobile Home Fire In Funny River, Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of Items Stolen In Ninilchik, Anchor Point, Motorcade Carries Body Of Sgt. Brandt On Final Journey, Sex Assault Reported At Spring Creek Correctional Center Alaska’s Gov. Walker Diagnosed with Treatable Cancer, U.S. Senate Candidates Debate Days Before Election, Kenai Will Support Permanent Vehicle Registration, Only If It’s $150, Kenai Considers Land Sale On Lawton Drive, Ballot Measure 2 Asks Alaskans To Back Student Loans, Fall Back This Sunday, Daylight Saving Time Ends Monday 10/31 Friday 11/4 Tuesday 11/1last_img

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