Peninsula voters may get a chance to decide on the future of a sales tax increase this fall after all.
The boundary lines on the service areas for both the borough’s hospitals may change in the fall.
A drizzle may have shortened a scheduled mile-and-a-half trek through the streets of Soldotna Thursday, but participants in the Longest Day Walk ’n’ Roll event didn’t let the weather rain on their parade.
On Wednesday, the Kenai City Council unanimously prohibited marijuana cultivation facilities in residential zones.
Allie Ostrander, a 2015 graduate of Kenai Central High School, was named to the 2017-18 Google Cloud Academic All-America Division I Cross Country and Track and Field First Team on Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Karalyn Veihdeffer put up the top time Tuesday at the Run Into Summer 5K series in Old Town Kenai. Veihdeffer covered the course in 29 minutes, 58 seconds, for the victory.
On the heels of a successful 5-2 road trip, the Peninsula Oilers returned home to Coral Seymour Memorial Park and picked up right where they left off.
Commercial set gillnet fishermen in the Northern District of Upper Cook Inlet won’t get to fish this coming Monday.
The United States of America is currently holding 2,000 children hostage at the Mexican border. How else to describe it?
It was a tale of two banks at the Russian River confluence on Monday — anglers on the south bank were frequently whipping out their nets to bag a fish, while anglers on the north side had little luck around the same time.