April marks the first full year of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District’s partnership with Education Elements, the technology group helping schools to implement personalized learning in classrooms across the district.
Whoever said video games are bad for kids hasn’t met Carlee Rizzo, whose winning Caring for the Kenai project turns that notion on its head.
The Caring for the Kenai contest challenges and educates high...
The public will get a chance to air concerns about moving the boundary line between the peninsula’s two hospital service areas at a public hearing in Ninilchik next Thursday.
A Kenai man was arrested early Friday morning after allegedly robbing a coffee stand in Kenai at knifepoint.
Birding activists and a group of senators are asking the U.S. Department of the Interior to rethink a recent decision to interpret the Migratory Bird Treaty Act differently than in the past.
Just over a month remains before the Kenai Peninsula Borough administration plans to bring its proposed budget to the assembly on May 24.
On Thursday afternoons, the Kenai Peninsula College Learning Center becomes a small United Nations.
State spill response workers cleaned up some contaminated soil on the shore of Kenai Lake left over from a truck accident in February.
The borough administration and assembly are dangling a tax exemption carrot in front of fertilizer company Nutrien as an incentive to reopen the shuttered Nikiski plant.
The borough administration is moving forward with plans to plug the emergency response holes on the eastern Kenai Peninsula this summer.