This Week's Coffee Table

Election season is in full swing with Alaska’s state primary coming up August 19th. For the next few weeks on Coffee Table, we’ll be hearing from candidates running in the various races on the Kenai Peninsula. This week, we’ll be speaking with Representative Paul Seaton. He is a candidate for House District 31. We’ll cover redistricting, Prop 1, and more. 

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Now that the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly has finalized its budget for next year, it’s time to take a look at what the Borough will be working on in the coming months. Join us as we sit down to talk with Borough Mayor Mike Navarre.

As the Funny River fire moves further into the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, it’s time to think about what happens once the flames are out. On this week’s Coffee Table, we’ll speak with Refuge Manager Andy Loranger and Dr. Mark Wipfli from the University of Alaska Fairbanks about how the fire was fought, and what changes might result from it. 

Get the latest info on the Funny River Fire, plus a discussion of the fire's long-term ramifications, on this edition of "Coffee Table," featuring KBBI Reporter Shady Grove Oliver and Fire Information Officer Bernie Paneda.

Get an update on what happened in the recently completed session of the Alaska Legislature and what the new laws mean to you with Kenai Peninsula legislators Sen. Peter Micciche and Rep. Paul Seaton.

Learn about the state of agriculture on the Kenai Peninsula on this week’s edition of the “Coffee Table” program, as agriculture experts sit down for a discussion on how some folks are making money – even during Alaska’s short growing season.

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