Kristen Faulkner and Brian Shumaker won the Homer Mariner Triathlon on Saturday in Homer.
The Kenai River silver salmon derby is set to go in two weeks after a long back-and-forth between the state and the two groups hosting it.
Kenai Central played homecoming spoilers Saturday, handing Eagle River a 42-28 Northern Lights Conference football loss in front of a large, spirited crowd at the Wolves’ Den.
The Redington Huskies continue to make program history. The latest came with a 34-14 win over Seward Friday night at Redington.
The Kenai Central girls cross-country team finished second second in the Division I girls team competition Saturday at the Palmer Invitational.
The Hutchison Hawks prevailed 2-0 over host team Seward in the championship game at the Seward Volleyball Invitational tournament Saturday.
More than half of Alaska’s schoolchildren are not proficient in math, science and English, according to the results of the state’s new standardized tests.
With voters outside the Kenai Peninsula’s incorporated cities set to decide in roughly a month whether to allow commercial marijuana operations, cannabis industry supporters and opponents are readying for the vote — one side with public meetings and campaigning, the other with advocacy by individuals.
A Soldotna man has been sentenced to 70 months in prison after being convicted of charged related to selling the illegal drug Spice through his business Tobacco Distress.
There is a new bridge in Soldotna between the emergency room and residential rehab for those seeking to kick their substance addictions.