Don’t panic next week when tsunami warnings start going off on the Kenai Peninsula.
After two days of often hostile hearings, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is proving himself an even-tempered, deeply knowledgeable nominee who should be confirmed by the Senate.
Making end-of-year contributions is a given for many American families these days, and their philanthropic spirit is to be commended. Here in Alaska, however, we have the opportunity to give to our state throughout the year through a program unique to Alaska, Pick.Click.Give. This program allows all Permanent Fund Dividend filers an easy way to give to a charitable cause they care about.
Kenai River Brown Bears forward Lucas Carroll became the first member of the team to make a college commitment this season, verbally committing to Division III University of Wisconsin-Stout.
The Kenai River Brown Bears still have a chance at survival.
WASHINGTON — The frigid top of the Earth just set yet another record for low levels of sea ice in what scientists say is a signal of an overheating world.
After reams of public comments, dozens of emails and a legal challenge still wending its way through the state court system, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly soundly defeated an ordinance that would have eliminated its invocation procedure.
No injuries in Kenai collision
More than 50 employers attended the Peninsula Job Center at Old Carrs Mall yesterday for the annual Kenai Peninsula Job Fair, hosted by Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development.