Sitting in the Joyce K. Carver Memorial Library conference room Saturday afternoon, five of the six Compassionate Friends of the Kenai Peninsula chapter steering committee met for what evolved into an open discussion on addressing the death of a child.
As they have done each winter for the past 19 years, alumni of Soldotna and Kenai Central high schools will lace up their skates and face each other in a hockey game at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Thunder Mountain nabbed the Powerade/Al Howard Tipoff tournament title Saturday with a 65-57 victory over Soldotna. Both teams came into Saturday's game undefeated in the three-day tournament, making the game the de facto tournament championship.
The U.S. Coast Guard rescues Alaskans. Now, it's the one that may need rescuing.
On Nov. 25, 2002, President George W. Bush signed the Homeland Security Act, creating the largest reorganization of the U.S.
A year after opening its doors, the Triumvirate North Theatre is still going strong, as it holds two Christmas-themed plays this holiday season.
In December 2013, the theater opened with a performance of "White Christmas.
In his book, "LECTURES TO MY STUDENTS," the still highly regarded nineteenth century minister, C.H. Spurgeon, wrote: "I have one blind eye and one deaf ear and they are the best ear and eye that I have.