Under the bright lights at the spacious Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage, the Nikiski girls drowned out the nightmares of the Southcentral Conference tournament with a resounding 29-25 first-round victory over Grace Christian on Thursday night at the Class 3A March Madness state tournament.
Our nation is in the grips of an opioid epidemic unlike anything we’ve seen before. Just a few short years ago, heroin was thought to be a drug of past decades. Now, people are overdosing and dying in record numbers.
Mountain goats are found throughout the Kenai Mountains, including lands managed by the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
The other day, I looked in the mirror and saw a man who isn’t the same fishing nut he was when he was young.
It turns out there are over 9,000 steps to taking your first Alaska hike.
After last year’s disastrously low pink salmon runs to drainages all across the Gulf of Alaska, the forecasts offer a little more hope for the 2017 season.
The Kenai Senior Center received a special gift from Kenai Peninsula College students on Tuesday in the form of 1,000 origami cranes.
A settlement in February over the cost of delivering fuel gas through the Kenai Beluga Pipeline (KBPL) will contribute to a decrease in next month’s electric bill for members of Homer Electric Association.
Local governments in Alaska have the right to object to proposed marijuana licenses, but only if the marijuana business violates state or local law.