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A Kenai Peninsula group is asking for input on a community needs assessment survey for a new project, called 100% Alaska; the hourly wage rate in Alaska has historically stayed higher than those of other states, drawing in workers from Outside to work in the state's lucrative industries like oil and fishing; and at the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula, the small ghost town of Portlock is believed to be the territory of a bigfoot-like creature, according to the stories of the Suqpiaq people.

The production of the local evening newscast is made possible by the generous support of Duncan House Diner and Bay Realty.

In 2019, Hope moved to Unalaska/Dutch Harbor to work for Alaska's Energy Desk and KUCB — the westernmost public radio newsroom in the country. She has lived, worked and filed stories from California, New York, Bolivia, Peru, Cuba and Alaska.