Terry Umatum of Anchorage takes a deep breath after landing his Anchor River king salmon on Saturday in Anchor Point.
Kenai’s city government has made managing the summer dipnet fishery pay for itself. Soon, fishery revenues may pay for other things, too.
The state will take extra measurements this summer to check whether the Kenai River really does exceed turbidity standards.
A two-car accident on the Kenai Spur Highway on Sunday morning sent three people to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
A Soldotna man was rescued from the Resurrection Pass Trail on Sunday after encountering too much snow to continue.
As beloved as salmon are across Alaska, they’re also the focus of tense disagreements. The Alaska Humanities Forum is convening a group of people to find ways to make those conversations more constructive.
By Erin Thompson
The races between the robotic cars in the hallways of Skyview Middle School on Thursday afternoon weren’t the cheering kind — after all, the kids racing the cars knew more or less exactly what they’d do. They’d built and programmed the cars, after all.
With one meeting left before they have to approve the fiscal year 2019 budget, the members of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly have yet to agree on a unified fix to the deficit.