A torn anterior cruciate ligament can be devastating for a basketball player. Bethany Carstens suffered the injury not just once, but twice.
The Kenai Middle School volleyball squad took winning to a whole new level this year en route to claiming a second straight Kenai Peninsula Borough championship.
The Ninilchik girls checked one box on their Class 1A state tournament to-do list, which was make it to the final day, and the Wolverines checked the other box with a 36-18 victory Saturday afternoon in the girls consolation championship game.
As much as the Springfield (Illinois) Jr. Blues are enjoying their time in Alaska, they clearly do not want to come back for the playoffs.
The Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers recently hosted a group of servicemen and women from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson BOSS Program (Better Opportunities for Single Servicemen) at Freddie’s Roadhouse for the 3rd annual Military Appreciation Weekend. This group of soldiers was treated to guided snow machine rides in the Caribou Hills, meals and lodging on March 10th and 11th. They also participated in the drag races which are held every weekend at Freddie’s Roadhouse.
From the White House to the steps of the Alaska State Capitol, the need to maintain and improve our roads, buildings, and other critical infrastructure is evident.
Government secrecy often breeds corruption within and mistrust from the public. But of course, this is America, and we have laws protecting our right to know what our various governments — local, state and federal — are doing.