The No. 8 seed Post 20 Twins dropped their opener in the American Legion Alaska State Tournament to Juneau Post 25 on Tuesday at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage.
The Peninsula Oilers dropped the finale of a four-game series with the Mat-Su Miners 8-3 to take a series split Tuesday night at Hermon Brothers Field in Palmer.
In the world of consumer electronics, the Raspberry Pi is meant to be a project more than a product: a computer consisting of single programmable circuit board, built to be cheap and accessible to anyone of any age learning the basics of digital hardware and software. The Kenai Community Library has 12 Raspberry Pi units and is starting a new youth club dedicated to putting them to the most inventive use possible.
Gov. Bill Walker and Alaska’s congressional delegation are asking for a resolution in the long-running dispute on how to build a 15-mile bypass of a section of the Sterling Highway along the Kenai River near Cooper Landing.
With support from Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Congress is preparing to renew a ban on the importation of genetically engineered salmon.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game sold nearly 50,000 more sportfishing licenses and stamps and hunting licenses in 2016 than it did in 2015, according to Fish and Game data.
When the river is crowded, Fred Meyer is packed and traffic is backed up, it’s a sure sign that tourist season on the Kenai Peninsula is in full swing. And when the tourists visit, they need a place to stay.
More sockeye salmon passed the sonar into the Kenai River on Monday, but it’s still up in the air whether commercial fishermen will go out Thursday for their regular fishing period.
PALMER — In each of his last two starts against the Mat-Su Miners, Peninsula’s Raymond Kerr used six strong innings to earn a win on the mound for the Oilers. Kerr pitched another six solid innings Monday night, but found himself on the losing end of a pitching duel.