Forecasters this winter have been calling out a wide range of weather patterns - snow, rain, freeze. But organizers of the Tustumena 200 Sled Dog Race hope to only hear three sounds next weekend - mush, mush, mush.
An eight-foot-tall hockey player sweats outside of Buckets Sports Grill in Soldotna. Down the Sterling Highway, just outside of Odie's Deli, Bullwinkle pushed a dog named Odie in a sleigh. They were dripping, too.
JUNEAU — Alaska’s revenue commissioner said Tuesday that he’s seen no evidence that tax credits to oil companies have led to increased production.
Bryan Butcher said in an interview that that’s not to say evidence doesn’t exist. But he said he hasn’t seen a direct connection between the ...
Kenai Peninsula Borough officials are considering loaning Homer and Kachemak City a combined $13 million to help create a natural gas grid on the heels of last year’s state capital appropriations that will bring a gas line from Anchor Point south.
Although the borough helps connect residents with ...
Cyndi and Craig Ramm opened the Corner Café in Soldotna not long ago. They said they want to use more than 75 percent organic ingredients and, when possible, buy local produce. "We don't want to support a big company out of Seattle," Cyndi Ramm said.
Since 2010, Byers has been running his own dairy farm just off the Sterling Highway in Kasilof. And though he works hard, and the pay is poor, he is content knowing he is sharing a healthy product with his community while living the only life he’s known, he said. And his business is growing rapidly, he said.