The Kenai River weaves between the Sterling Highway and the mountains on its way to the ocean Saturday, April 8, 2017 in Cooper Landing, Alaska. With bright sunshine and temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s, the snow began to crack on the hillsides and the river flowed freely between the...
Although a plan to strip-mine coal from beneath the Chuitna River’s west Cook Inlet tributaries is done for the moment, elements of controversy may continue to ricochet.
The battle between the north and the south is reaching a fever pitch in the Northern Lights Conference girls soccer scene.
It would appear to be a good year for the Kenai Central boys soccer team.
The Kenai Central boys opened their 2017 soccer campaign with a 3-0 title rematch loss to South Anchorage on Friday afternoon at the Colony High School fields.
After several weeks of intense sunshine showering the landscape with rays of cold so intense that the official arrival of spring felt more like stepping into a walk-in freezer wearing nothing but a chainmail thong, a metamorphosis has finally commenced.
One hundred years ago, Alaska’s leaders came together around a vision to create an institution of higher learning. They gathered on a hill near downtown Fairbanks and pledged their support for this new undertaking, now called the University of Alaska. Few institutions generate the kind of economic benefit or impact on our communities as does our university, and in this time of enormous change and challenge the need to support our university has never been greater.