A Ninilchik man died in a single-vehicle crash Christmas Day on the Sterling Highway near Happy Valley. Despite life-saving efforts of Ninilchik Emergency Medical Services, Denver Hammons, 65, died of his injuries. No one else was in the car.
The act regulating America's fisheries could see changes under the discussion draft proposed by the House Natural Resources Committee.
The Magnuson-Stevens Act, or MSA, was up for reauthorization this year but that process won't be finalized until 2014.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A 65-year-old man has died after a single-vehicle rollover on the Sterling Highway.
Alaska State Troopers say Denver Hammons was heading north on the highway near Ninilchik Wednesday afternoon when he crossed the centerline to the southbound shoulder.
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Since Love INC closed its transitional living shelter, the Family Hope Center in the Merit Inn in Kenai in July, the organization has found housing for the majority of the families who called the Merit Inn home.
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of year-end stories looking back on some of the people and events in the news in 2013.
In August the Sterling community banded together and raised $15,000 to help the Shoemaker family.
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