The students at Seldovia's Susan B. English K-12 school have been welding and wood working outside or in a temporary setup for the past two years while they wait for classes to resume in their shop that was nearly destroyed by a fire in 2014.
Central Kenai Peninsula residents have the chance to safely get rid of their unused and expired prescriptions this week as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
Even as members of the Alaska Legislature promote a slow-and-steady approach to fixing Alaska's $4 billion annual deficit, Gov. Bill Walker said he wants to see fast action on the state's oil-driven financial woes.
A teacup may be impressed with the memory of a fingertip; a bowl can bear witness to the size of its maker's hands. Amid the pottery carefully placed on shelves stacked to the ceiling, Laura Faeo can see people.
Congratulations to Nikiski Middle-High School seniors Marguerite and Evangeline Cox, who last week were awarded first place in the Caring for the Kenai contest for their program to supply oxygen masks for pets to area fire departments.