Airplane lands without landing gear at Aleutians airport
Some of the Kenai Peninsula’s marijuana operations are up, running and trying to integrate themselves into the business community at large.
The Ninilchik boys basketball season rolled on Tuesday night with a dominating victory. The Wolverines racked up their 10th straight win over Class 1A competition with a 70-point blowout over Peninsula Conference rival Cook Inlet Academy, winning 97-27.
JUNEAU — The president of a state-sponsored gas pipeline corporation on Tuesday pledged greater openness with Alaska lawmakers, many of whom have grown increasingly skeptical about the major project the corporation is trying to advance.
Jill Schaefer is taking over the job representing District 2 on the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly after being elected by secret ballot.
Like most of the state, Alaska’s only railroad operator is coping with a steep drop in revenue in the wake of a decline in oil prices, but is hoping to build other lines of business in the meantime.
ANCHORAGE — Dylan Hatfield got one last chance to see his brother and five other crewmen on the Destination, a 98-foot crab boat missing and presumed sunk in the Bering Sea.
Like many, retired paramedic and Anchorage resident Teresa Gray had experienced the Syrian refugee crisis through casual news consumption.
Soldotna residents can take a look at how their tax dollars were spent during the last fiscal year in two reports put together by the city.