When he stepped down from the truck the moose calf was laying in the snow under a black spruce. The Kenai Merit Inn superintendent and a Kenai Police Department officer stood around the moose, the officer holstering his gun.
While the melting snow is a nice thing to see after a long winter, the trash that remains is not. When roadside snow piles are replaced with heaps of yellow trash bags, it is officially time for area clean-up festivities.
With the adoption of its fiscal year 2014 annual budget on Wednesday, Kenai City Council will raise the city's dipnet fishery fees, Vintage Pointe Manor rent, its water and sewer rates, and make changes to its employee health insurance.
Nikiski resident Wayne Ogle on Monday announced his candidacy for the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly District 3 seat currently held by Ray Tauriainen. According to a press release, Ogle is a retired U.S.
A movement of “wealthy, liberal environmentalists” are ignoring reality in favor of an extreme view distant from the common American’s desire to aspire to a better quality of life, said Frank Murkowski, a former Alaska governor.
In a speech titled “Who Owns Alaska,” Murkowski, a Republican...
Its not everyday an Nikiski student gets to travel to Washington, D.C. to and meet an Academy Award winner, and for Shaylee Rizzo it was an unbelievable experience.
"It was pretty fantastic," she said.
The alarms were wailing when the mortars began hitting the earth. Then Kevin McDonald was blown out of his truck, he said. "Next thing I knew I was being medevaced to Landstuhl, Germany," McDonald said.