The sights, sounds, speeches and signs of election season are bearing down on the Kenai Peninsula as July fades into August.
I was reminiscing with Turk last week about how much this fishing season resembles one about six years ago.
Republicans will get to choose the senator who represents the central Kenai Peninsula in the Alaska Legislature for the next six years.
Construction company Granite Construction says its gravel trucks weren’t involved in an incident July 19 that killed an 8-year-old boy.
A healthier lifestyle may just be a phone call away.
Kenai Peninsula voters won’t have to decide on a half-percent increase in the sales tax this October, though they still may in 2019.
2017 Kenai Peninsula History Conference releases book with presentations, stories, pictures and moreTue, 07/24/2018 - 20:48
Last spring, local historians organized a history conference to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the U.S. purchase of Alaska from Russia. Conference speakers and panelists included journalists, historians, archaeologists, linguists, and members of the peninsula community and beyond.
A man convicted in 2013 of assaulting his mother and an Alaska State Trooper at a Sterling home has had his conviction reversed after appeal.
A Sterling woman has been charged with manslaughter in the death of a motorcyclist killed at a Sterling intersection Thursday night.
Aprile D. Cresap, 53, was allegedly driving a Chevrolet pickup on...