The Alaska Department of Education and Early Development is looking for a new vendor that will replace the Alaska Measures of Progress and Alaska Alternative assessments for grades 3-10 in the 2017 round of spring testing.
Kenai Peninsula marijuana entrepreneurs want the chance to operate for a year before voters decide whether those outside the cities should be allowed to operate.
Three Nikiski High School students have figured out a way to spread their love of reading to those with less access to literature.
Gov. Bill Walker wants to impress upon local governments the severity of the state's financial situation and how it will trickle down to their communities, he said Saturday.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly passed an ordinance amending the property tax code and is reviewing another ordinance with changes to the sales tax code.
The City of Soldotna is in a good position to weather the impacts of budget cuts at the state level while supporting its current economy, according to city officials.
Two weeks into the prep volleyball season and Soldotna is already making a case for itself that it will be one of the teams to beat.
Daniel Radcliffe is turning out to be a far more interesting actor than you might have guessed back in 2001 when he burst on to the scene as “the boy who lived.”
For those that have been making the most of the pleasant, warm weather that has impacted Southcentral Alaska this summer, bee aware.
It was their last mission of the day, and the Coast Guard helicopter crew hovering over a flooded home near Baton Rouge thought there were four people who needed rescuing.
On the heels of the most successful ever Funny River Festival this summer comes another event being planned for the Funny River Community Center.
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