JUNEAU - Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott has chosen a new director for Alaska's Division of Elections.
Mallott asked for and accepted the resignation of Gail Fenumiai on Friday, said Claire Richardson, a special staff assistant to Mallott.
This summer, youth programs at the Soldotna Public Library are educating local students not only through reading, but also with hands-on activities that teach practical life-skills - such as how to stay alive during a zombie plague.
The Peninsula Oilers survived a late comeback attempt by the host Chugiak Chinooks to pick up a 5-4 Alaska Baseball League victory in 10 innings Tuesday. That most likely concludes the road portion of the Oilers regular-season slate.
In a perfect world, we’d be eating a sandwich made from the last of last year’s salmon while catching our first salmon of this year. In reality, we sometimes catch more salmon than we can eat. When this happens, the fish end up in the garbage or fed to animals. Here are some tips that might help you determine how many fish you need.
Saturday, I witnessed something disturbing and disgusting. The night before, the managers of our resources announced they would liberalize the Kenai River king salmon sport fishery by lifting the restriction that bans scent and bait.
The early reviews for this week’s latest Marvel Comics outing, “Ant-Man,” were decidedly mediocre. Looking at sites like MetaCritic or Rotten Tomatoes you saw a lot of critics dismissing the film, and even those that liked it couched their opinions with caveats. “I liked the film, but ...”
The magic of Independence Day and the love of liberty was passed on to yet another generation thanks to efforts of the Kenai Chamber of Commerce, sponsors and hundreds who joined the annual 4th of July Parade and celebration this year.