Twenty-somethings may remember the grade-school educational video games "The Oregon Trail," "Treasure Mountain," "Math Blaster" and "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?" As kids, many played them in classes, maybe at home.
Nearly a thousand people braved the cloudy, rainy weather on Monday to attend the free Labor Day barbecue sponsored by the United Steel Workers Local Alaska 4959 in conjunction with Kenai Central High School.
OVER ALASKA - Flying at 34,000 feet over the Bering Strait, the Russian pilots had a singular focus: making sure they smoothly received the hand-off of a "hijacked" jetliner from their U.S.-Canadian counterparts.
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Apache Corp. and Alaska-based independent NordAq Energy have been given federal approvals for exploration and development work in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, according to Cook Inlet Region, Inc.