Sterling Elementary School is now home to an ‘Unsung Hero,’ thanks to a grant given to school principal Denise Kelly.
ANCHORAGE — A former Ketchikan assistant district attorney made so many improper points in his closing arguments that it undermined the fundamental fairness of the trial, the Alaska Court of Appeals ruled Friday when reversing a second-degree murder conviction.
The Soldotna girls and Kenai Central boys used different methods to win the Kenai Invitational on Friday and Saturday at Kenai Central High School.
The Soldotna boys and Homer girls picked up victories Saturday at the Homer Spit 5K Time Trial, with Homer’s Jacob Davis and Seward’s Ruby Lindquist collecting the individual wins.
Despite rainy conditions, the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series had a record turnout for its first race of the season Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails with 35 riders.
As Chugiak lined up for its first offensive play in Friday night’s homecoming football game against Kenai Central, Mustangs assistant coach Wayde Snell had a premonition.
Even in a scrimmage, it didn’t take the North American Hockey League’s longest running rivalry much time to reignite.
Soldotna’s moratorium on commercial marijuana will end on January 1, allowing commercial pot growing, testing and selling within the city of Soldotna.
The first full week of conference battles on the gridiron helped clear up the playoff picture, and some teams made big moves with the postseason in sight.