The commanding officer of District 17 also talks Arctic and marijuana with Chamber of Commerce.
No matter where they travel from, what their technique is or if they have fish in the cooler or not, one thing all the dipnetters on Kenai’s north beach seemed to agree with was that the sockeye salmon were running late.
Commercial salmon fishing will be closed on Monday to set gillnets in the Kenai, Kasilof and East Forelands sections of the Upper Cook Inlet and to drift gillnets in all waters of the Central District.
Ask a third-grader what he or she wants to be when they grow up, and it’s a near certainty that among the responses will be football player, soccer star or five-star hoops recruit.
Kenai Peninsula voters may get a chance to decide whether the Kenai Peninsula Borough should issue bonds to pay for renovations to the borough administration building.
As the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly goes through the process of renewing the agreement allowing a nonprofit to operate Central Peninsula Hospital, there are a few major issues coming to the forefront.
Once Gov. Bill Walker signs House Bill 111 into law, cashable tax credits to oil and gas companies working in Alaska will be a thing of the past.
For sixty years, the annual Progress Days parade has marched forward, in step with the city, growing and bringing together the community.
The Alaska Mountain Rugby Grounds is a field of dreams for the game in Anchorage, complete with a manicured pitch, mountain backdrop, ornate clubhouse and guest cabins.
The Moose Nugget Regatta was held on Wasilla Lake on July 15 and 16. Over 100 rowers competed at the 1,000-meter sprint regatta, mostly from the central Kenai Peninsula’s Alaska Midnight Sun Rowing Association, the eastern peninsula’s Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club and the Anchorage Rowing Association.