The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is one step closer to having a certain budget, but not a step in the direction the district had hoped.
Your favorite team cannot be beat.
This week’s big release had just about everything going for it. As far as grown-up thrillers go, how could you ask for more than Tom Hanks playing a sinister executive of a Facebook-esque company trying to snake its way into every aspect of your life. Timely, and with a great supporting cast including Patton Oswalt, the late, great Bill Paxton, John Boyega, and co-starring Emma Watson. It looks great, and even has literary pedigree. It was adapted by Dave Eggers from his own story. So why didn’t I like it more? Mostly because “The Circle” gets so wrapped up in what could be, that it forgets what it is.
He pitched. He ripped two home runs that clipped the trees beyond the outfield fence. He played shortstop. He stole home to give his team a walk-off win in extra innings.
A publicly-funded science organization in Homer that aims to provide practical data to Kachemak Bay oyster farmers, boat operators, municipal planners, educators and others may be cut under a federal budget proposal.
The first wave of Apple Bus Company buses have arrived on the Kenai Peninsula.
Drivers on the Seward Highway between McHugh Creek and the Turnagain Pass are facing a potential law enforcement coverage gap as Alaska State Troopers withdraw and remaining agencies struggle to figure out a plan.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly committed to spending at least $48.3 million on education in fiscal year 2018, a slight increase from fiscal year 2017.
The Kenai Peninsula Community Foundation made a difference in an individual’s life today by contributing funds for cooler shelving and fruits! The Foundation’s incredibly generous donation of $750 will help provide food safe equipment and feed Kenai Peninsula residents who live in areas from...