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To protect returning king salmon and ensure fishing opportunities in the future, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is implementing the following sport fishing... [Read More]
The Palmer City Council began its meeting on Tuesday with breaking news from city manager Nathan Wallace, who announced that after four-and-a-half years as Manager,... [Read More]
Tuesday was a good night for the Redington girls basketball squad on several levels. [Read More]
We recently wrapped up the Upper Cook Inlet Board of Fisheries meeting and now it's time to look forward to the Central and Southwest Region... [Read More]
Heading into his second semester of his junior year at Palmer High School, Noble Gurney felt like he needed a challenge. [Read More]
Every session has its bills to alter oil and gas taxes but there is now serious interest among legislators as to whether a bill can... [Read More]
Rondy used to bore me. I got up here in '79, but didn't experience my first Anchorage Fur Rendezvous Festival until 1980. The whole thing... [Read More]
Three Wasilla residents were among 16 arrested and charged wit federal firearm and drug trafficking crimes Feb. 25 during a sting the Bureau of Alcohol,... [Read More]
The Glenn Massay Theater bustled with activity Wednesday evening as dozens of locals of all ages took to the stage, sharing their talents, their experiences,... [Read More]
MU gymnastics freshman standout Helen Hu earned her fourth SEC weekly honor this week. [Read More]
OPINION Shout out to Lynn Grooms for all the incredible articles she has been writing on the amazing Soil Sisters. But that's not all Lynn... [Read More]
The Wasilla City Council engaged in a heated debate over the long-awaited remote seller sales tax code. Ordinance 20-06 ultimately passed 4-2 with Councilmen James... [Read More]
Richard Best made what he called an "unorthodox request" during an early-morning phone call on Jan. 10. [Read More]
BIG LAKE— Stepping out onto the frozen Big Lake Saturday, Feb. 22 was like entering another world, planet Iron Dog. [Read More]
University of Alaska Anchorage academic department heads were told to brace for 25 percent budget cuts in several programs last week. [Read More]
The Mat-Su Borough Planning Department caused a stir when a Facebook post about driveway permits gained significant traction after residents became concerned about if their... [Read More]
This past month, I have sought a reprieve from the contentious, abrasive, and heated dialog on social media. Many of the arguments stem from deeply... [Read More]
BIG LAKE— Nick Olstad and Tyler Aklestad of Team 7 were the first racers to cross the 2020 Iron Dog finish line. [Read More]
Valley skiers have been heating up the snow at the ASAA/First National Bank State Nordic Ski Championships at Kincaid Park in Anchorage. [Read More]
Matanuska Telephone Association and the Mat-Su Borough School District formally announced their esports partnership at the Menard Center in Wasilla on Friday. [Read More]
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