While the State of Alaska is still mired in a damaging cycle of multibillion-dollar budget deficits, it’s hard to imagine a scenario in which its biggest financial asset could be doing better.
During a stop on her Listen Hear Alaska tour, classical pianist Miki Sawada (left) played a four-hand piece -- "Slavonic Dances" by Antonin Dvorak -- with local pianist Kerri Ann Peek at Odie's Deli in Soldotna on Friday, August 25. After a Sunday show in Homer, Sawada continued her three week...
A three-year-old was safely returned to their parents after disappearing on Chas Ross Road, near Sterling, on Saturday.
The rules for signage in Soldotna are changing and although the exact details are still uncertain, preliminary plans allow for the use of sandwich board signs year round while limiting the use of temporary signs to seven days a year.
Dear Fellow Alaskans,
For many Republicans, what matters most about Donald Trump is that he’s demonstrated resolve against the enemy — not the Islamic State or the Taliban, but the media.
The Cook Inlet Academy coed soccer program picked up its first victory of the fall season Saturday with a 2-1 win over Lumen Christi.
Two volleyball rivals. Intense defense. An incredibly emotional victory for one side.