Gov. Walker Aims to Eliminate Waste and Fraud in Alaska’s Medicaid, What to Make of Governor Walker’s LNG Comments, Kenai Committee To Ask for Millennium Square Stage, CINGSA Appealing RCA Decision for Divvying-Up Proceed of Found Gas Tuesday 1/26 Kenai Residents, Emergency Responders, Utilities Continue Earthquake Clean-up,ENSTAR Crews Remain in Lilac Lane Area,HEA Opens Nomination Period for Three Board Seats,McDonald’s Riding High on Breakfast Success Micciche Bill to Soften Underage Drinking Penalties, LNG Project Not Affected by State Budget Woes, KOOL Committee Finalizing Kenai Event Space Presentation for Council, One Month Left to Register for 12th Annual WOW Ride, Senate Begins Digging into Governor’s PFD Earnings Proposal Monday 1/25 Wednesday 1/27 Industry Outlook Forum Reviews Growth and Change in Industry, Dropped Cases Will Be Hidden From Online Court Records, 30th Anniversary of Challenger Explosion, Constitutional Amendment for AK LNG Looks for 2016 or 2018 Ballots Thursday 1/28 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Friday 1/29 Moda Withdraws from Alaska, One Insurer Left, Two Arrested in Meth/Heroin Bust, Sterling Highway Safety Corridor Open House Hears Local Concerns, Mumford Resigns from Board of Fisheries
Public open houses and meetings are scheduled for September 27th, 28th, as well as October 2nd and 3rd. For more information on all the ways to participate visit the City of Soldotna’s website. The Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon, on Wednesday, September 27, will open community conversations on annexation. The luncheon will take place at noon, at the Soldotna Sports Complex. The process is intended to let community members learn about how things would be different inside city limits, and share their hopes and concerns if annexation was to happen. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The City of Soldotna is gathering information from the public, as part of an effort to understand how the community feels about the potential for annexation. The City’s comprehensive plan, was adopted in 2011 after significant public input, as a kind of road map created to guide the city towards an annexation plan. Story as aired:
Granite said the company is continuing to assist and cooperate with the ongoing investigation. 8-year-old Noah Schwebach, was killed when a volleyball-sized rock fell through the windshield of his families vehicle. The incident occured on the Sterling Highway near MP 58.7. According to Granite, officials investigating the incident have never indicated to them that they believe the companies truck, or driver, were involved. The incident occurred in a construction zone, operated by Granite Construction between Mile 58 and Mile 79, that has many large vehicles moving in and out of the area. On July 21, Troopers posted a dispatch saying they had tentatively identified the driver of the truck. Original reports from the Alaska State Troopers indicated that the family was traveling northbound when the rock fell off the back of a rock truck traveling southbound. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享State investigators say they are continuing to investigate the circumstances of a highway fatality that occured on the Sterling Highway, on July 19. In a statement from Granite: “On behalf of Granite, we extend our deepest sympathies to the Schwebach family. Following the tragic incident last week, we initiated our own investigation. Our investigation has confirmed the following: At the time of the incident, Granite had one truck hauling material on this section of the Sterling Highway project.” Jonathon Taylor Communications Director for the Department of Public Safety: “The official investigation is still ongoing and Troopers are working with all parties to get a complete understanding of the precise events that took place.” “There were no subcontractors or other vehicles related to Granite’s project that were hauling material on that section of roadway at that time. Our truck does not match the description of the truck that eyewitnesses said was involved in the incident. The Granite truck was traveling southbound toward our pit, which is near MP 63.5. Additionally, we have determined that at the time of the incident our truck was some distance away, travelling empty back to the pit. We believe that the truck that caused the incident was unrelated to our project, driving material southbound on the Sterling Highway.”
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Ludogorets dropped out of the Champions League in the second hurdle after losing 0-1 to Midtjylland in Razgrad.The Danish champion continues in the third qualification with a dream for the group stage of the tournament of champions, and the Bulgarian goes to the Europa League. He will be waiting for his fate in the draw for the second tournament, as happened at the same stage last season.Then Ferencvaros sent Ludogorets to the Europa League, and the Bulgarian team reached the group stage there.Brazilian reserve Junior Brumado brought success to the guests from Midtjylland, who were better throughout the match, except for 20 minutes in the middle of the second half.
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Italian Serie A side Fiorentina have announced that they would honour the new contract for their late captain Davide Astori.The footballing world was thrown into a state of mourning after Astori was found dead in his room at the La di Moret hotel in Udine on Sunday morning just before his side’s league clash at Udinese.The international defender was due to sign the new contract a day after tragic death.It has emerged that his untimely death was as a result of “cardiac arrest by natural causes”.According to the club president Andrea Della Valle, they plan to donate the money from the new contract in full to the late player’s partner Francesca and their two-year-old daughter Vittoria.In his words, Della Valle said: “Believe me, it is hard to be here.”“This is a huge tragedy for us. I don’t even know how to express this pain. We are all under shock.“He was with us for four years and just think that he was due to extend his contract on Monday.“He was due to do it earlier, but due to the snow, we had put it back and agreed we would do it on Monday.“It was his greatest joy to be able to end his career here, because this is where it would have ended.” the Fiorentina president added.European football’s governing body, UEFA have already confirmed that a minute’s silence will be observed in the honour of the late defender during all Champions League and Europa League games this week.Fiorentina and his former club Cagliari have also made the collective decision to retire his No.13 jersey.A statement from the two clubs read: “To honour the memory and ensure Davide Astori is never forgotten, Fiorentina and Cagliari have decided to join-retire the No.13 shirt.”Related
David Beaty is officially out at Kansas, or at least he will be.Kansas announced on Sunday it will not retain Beaty at the end of the season, a decision made after the Jayhawks’ 27-3 loss against Iowa State on Saturday. Beaty repeatedly blamed himself for the blowout in his postgame news conference. Said Beaty after the announcement:A statement from David Beaty: pic.twitter.com/jT0NwDq9rq— Kansas Jayhawks (@KUAthletics) November 4, 2018Kansas City radio host Soren Petro on Saturday initially reported on Saturday that Kansas planned to move on from Beaty, news that was corroborated by Kansas City TV station WDAF-TV.The Jayhawks are 3-6 under Beaty this season, their most wins in a season since 2014. Beaty, who is in his fourth season in Lawrence, is 6-39 in 45 games and will become the fourth football coach fired from the university since 2009. MORE: Week 10 college football highlights
Related Arie and Becca on “The Bachelor”; ABC/Paul Hebert(NEW YORK) — Monday night, the three-hour season 22 finale of The Bachelor put everything on the line and promised the first unedited scene in reality TV history. Arie Luyendyk Jr. began the night still conflicted about whether he wanted to propose to Lauren Burnham or Becca Kufrin, but by the end of the night he shocked Bachelor Nation with his decision. With host Chris Harrison watching along with a live studio audience, the show kicked off with Arie in Peru with his family talking about Lauren and Becca. He told them how confused he was because he said he loves them both.Lauren got to meet the family first. There were smiles and hugs but the meeting lacked the upbeat quality of when Arie brought Krystal home. Lauren admitted her concern about being let down. The family seemed to embrace her in spite of her natural concerns.Next, Becca got to meet the family and was very confident about her feelings for Arie. She talked to his parents, who both pointed out that they had met Lauren. When Becca talked to Arie Sr. and he said whomever Arie picked, that “either way, I’m fine with it.”Arie’s mother Mieke was not much help because, like Arie, she said she loved Lauren and Becca both.Later, the family counseled Arie that Lauren is insecure and will need constant reassurance and Becca stands on her own. so they endorsed Becca for candidate for marriage to Arie. But Arie said he sees a life with both of them and needed more time to think about it. Caroline told Chris that she doesn’t think Arie knows what he wants, which has been evident throughout the show.Lauren and Arie went to Machu Pichu and Arie confessed to be leaning toward her, saying it’s the little things about her that he notices and appreciates, as well as her looks and personality. He said he can’t imagine saying goodbye to that.In the studio, Chris asked Bekah M. what she thought and she replied that if Arie is this confused, then a proposal is absolutely the wrong thing to do.Arie spent time walking around with Becca and enjoying the colorful shops and scenery. Becca admitted there are so many emotions happening. Arie admits that after spending time with Becca he’s in love with her and still conflicted about what to do.At the final rose ceremony, Lauren showed up in a long white beaded dressand Chris Harrison walked her to a backyard filled with alpacas. Lauren said she could not imagine Arie not proposing to her.After Lauren confessed her love to him, Arie told her that he can’t go through with it, and that there was something holding him back — and then he walked out. Leaving in the car and wiping away tears, Lauren said she didn’t understand.Back at the ranch, Becca arrived wearing a black lace dress and feeling positive and ready. Arie greeted her and told her she looked beautiful, and that his love for her is immeasurable. Dropping to one knee, Arie proposed and Becca said, “Of course!” They kissed and Arie offered her the final rose before they waltzed around deliriously.Later, Bachelor Nation was treated to unedited footage of Arie and Becca together in Peru the weeks after the proposal. Everything looked fine until, back in Los Angeles, Arie confessed that he missed Lauren and had made a mistake. He vowed to call off the engagement and break up with Becca.Becca was humiliated and upset though the two addressed it rather calmly. She finally got up and declared, “I’m done!” and walked out. As she started to pack, Arie went into her room and told her he would leave. But he only went outside and when Becca cried in the bathroom, he went back to try again to talk to her. But Becca only wanted him to go, and after 10 minutes of dragging it out, Arie finally left.Back in the studio, Becca watched the clip, which she described as “Brutal.” “After he left, I went through all of the emotions,” she said. “I was sad, I stayed in LA for a few days, and cried for probably four days straight. And grieved the loss of that relationship, and the future that I thought we were going to have. I am angry at times. I feel betrayed a lot of the time, just because I feel like I was lied to for so long.”Chris then announced that Arie and Becca would return Tuesday night on the live After the Final Rose special, and meet for the first time since the breakup.The Bachelor: After the Final Rose airs Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico