KSRM Week In Review 3/16 – 3/20

first_imgMonday 3/16 Friday 3/20 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Reinbold Stripped of Committee Assignments, Budget, LNG Pipeline Weighing on Legislators’ Minds, Soldotna Council to Further Discuss ‘Public’ Definition, Kenai Peninsula Shows Solid Rank in Housing Market Seavey said “No Real Need” to Run Tired Dogs, Senator Micciche, Earns the Most, Costs the Least, Board Drops Brown Bear Cap, Ruffner Interviewing For Board of Fish, Grocery Tax Substitute Chosen, Substitute Postponed Tuesday 3/17center_img Wednesday 3/18 Thursday 3/19Kenai Convention Center Report Being Prepared, Deja Vu: Field of Dreams Wins Gazebo Bid, Nikiski Company Diversifies in an Effort to Keep Jobs, Peninsula Fair Executive Director Injured in Serious Collision LOZ Decision Lost in Discussion, Two Wrecks, Same Stretch of Road, Helicopter Activity Part of Mock Emergency Drill, Nikiski Rises to Help Resident with Medical Expenses RCA Puts Hold on CINGSA 14.5 Bcf Natural Gas, Premera Hacked: 11 Million at Risk, Including Alaska, Healthcare Largest Job Field on Peninsula, Senate Committee OKs Dipnet Priority Billlast_img