The story isn’t uncommon. A kid grows up in Alaska and moves away, experiencing people from all over the country and cultures from around the world. That same person is then happy to move home and get back to the things treasured in Alaska in the first place.
The Nikiski girls got through a first-round clash with Houston 69-26 Thursday to advance to the semifinals of the Southcentral Conference tournament at Colony High School.
As she thinks about how potential teacher cuts would affect her school, Kenai Central High School senior Brittany Gilman finds solace in “Shrek: The Musical.”
As burial space shrinks in the Kenai cemetery on Floatplane Road, the city government is taking steps toward the long-planned construction of new cemetery space across the street.
A small travel trailer on a property in Nikiski was destroyed in a fire Thursday afternoon.
Alaska park rangers are looking for tips on who might have poached a Dall sheep in the Cooper Landing area.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough administration is working on a plan to reshuffle its various public safety departments.
Advocates are pushing for a bill that would give people with disabilities more say in state services.
Contribution helps LeeShore emergency center
Around the Capitol, there has been talk about “the high cost of Medicaid” and what can be done about it. Just the other day legislation was introduced in the Senate that would institute work requirements for Medicaid recipients.