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A Nikiski man accused of brandishing a tire iron during an altercation with a family member is facing felony assault charges. [Read More]
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. [Read More]
Kito will remain in office and continue to serve his district until the end of the term. [Read More]
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District's social network is expanding, with a fourth Facebook event bringing together five members of the district's instructional team to... [Read More]
Three years into the Legislature's budget battles, a comprehensive fix to the state's fiscal problems doesn't seem likely to come down this year. [Read More]
A handful of visitors have been walking the halls at central Kenai Peninsula high schools this year, bringing a variety of perspectives from around the... [Read More]
A field of 32 racers took on the 2018 Homer Epic endurance event Saturday in the Caribou Hills. [Read More]
Sportfishing groups are raising a hue and cry about Gov. Bill Walker's proposed appointee to the Board of Fisheries. [Read More]
Charges have been filed against a fifth person in relation to a January incident in which several people were reportedly held hostage in a hotel... [Read More]
Students graduating high school in 2018 have never known a world where being killed in a classroom — or on a playground, or while having... [Read More]
From the White House to the steps of the Alaska State Capitol, the need to maintain and improve our roads, buildings, and other critical infrastructure... [Read More]
Government secrecy often breeds corruption within and mistrust from the public. But of course, this is America, and we have laws protecting our right to... [Read More]
I had the privilege last week to participate in an interesting workshop hosted by Chugachmiut, an Alaska Native nonprofit agency that serves seven villages in... [Read More]
Despite a Herculean effort by senior Kalenik Molodih, the Nikolaevsk boys could not slay the dragon again at the Class 1A state tournament. [Read More]
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The felony indictments against a former Board of Fisheries nominee have been dismissed. [Read More]
Joshua Diaz was thrown out of a window and excited about it. [Read More]
Naturopathic physicians in Alaska want to be able to practice medicine as primary care providers. [Read More]
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