Four non-departmental organizations made pitches to the finance committee for funding allocations in the Kenai Peninsula Borough fiscal year 2015 annual budget.
With his cap transformed into an airplane it seemed fitting Dartanian Aldridge led out the 13 graduates of Cook Inlet Academy during their ceremony Sunday.
As the room filled to capacity, attendees willingly stood to hear updates about the proposed pipeline project to transport North Slope natural gas to a liquefied natural gas plant in Nikiski.
The second annual CARE 2RUN 5k race raised over $1,000 in donations, extending local awareness for the resources crisis in Sudan, while promoting health and wellness within the Kenai community.
A 36-year-old music teacher has been accused of having sex, repeatedly, with one of his students.
Alaska State Troopers have been issued a warrant to arrest Jeremy T.
The Division of Forestry has issued a red flag warning for high fire danger in the Kenai Peninsula and suspended open burning until 11 p.m. Wednesday.
JUNEAU (AP) - North America's largest shorebird made an appearance this month in southeast Alaska, hundreds of miles north of its usual northern breeding area.
JUNEAU (AP) - Over the years, the Alaska Supreme Court has chipped away at laws deemed discriminatory against gay couples.
JUNEAU (AP) - Five gay couples filed a lawsuit Monday challenging Alaska's ban on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional.
One of three men connected to an alleged assault and kidnapping of a Soldotna man last December has been indicted on felony charges.
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