Whether in response to looming deadlines for a federal mandate, or a push for better integration between off-campus clinics and the main campus, Central Peninsula Hospital is searching for a high-tech upgrade for its electronic medical records.
A Sterling woman accused of dragging a 14-year-old boy off of his bicycle and sexually assaulting him, may not see trial until late in 2015 after a Tuesday hearing revealed that her lawyer was not ready to proceed with the case.
On Feb. 23 the Alaska Department of Natural Resources announced that it would receive public comment on an application for legal protection of the flow of Middle Creek, a tributary of the west Cook Inlet's Chuitna River.
For the second year in a row the Kenai River will be closed to fishing for early run king salmon. The river will be closed to king fishing downstream of Slikok Creek through June 30 to protect early run king salmon.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly voted down a proposition that would have asked eligible voters outside of incorporated cities if the commercial cultivation of marijuana should be illegal in the borough's unincorporated areas.
An idyllic hike along the Upper Kenai River Trail ended in a hasty retreat for a group of hikers who encountered a bear. The persistent predator followed them all the way back to their car at the base of the trail.
While marijuana is now legal in Alaska, the city of Soldotna is waiting a little longer to clarify some city laws regarding the drug.
On Wednesday, the Soldotna City Council postponed the vote on ordinance 2015-004 until March 25.