Soldotna swimmers win Seward Invitational

The Soldotna swimming and diving team won the Seward Invitational on Saturday in Seward.

The SoHi girls and boys combined for a team score of 255... Read more

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School district examines revenue options

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District may be able to generate more revenue by raising admission, activity and food service fees.

Administrators have been reviewing... Read more

Kaleidoscope named a Blue Ribbon School

The Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science was announced Tuesday as one of 335 schools nationwide and three in Alaska named the 2015 National Blue... Read more

Health care providers sue Xerox over Medicaid system

Three Kenai Peninsula health care providers filed a lawsuit against Xerox State Healthcare for failing to provide contracted services.

South Peninsula Hospital in Homer, the Kenai... Read more

Report lays out buyout costs

Gov. Bill Walker’s proposal to increase the state’s share in the Alaska LNG Project could put Alaska on the hook for more than $14 billion,... Read more

Op-ed: Joaquin and Obama: Two forces of nature

Hurricane Joaquin dumped large amounts of rain on the East Coast, but another “force of nature” flooded the country with so much rhetoric it was... Read more

What others say: Alaska, Arctic neighbors can learn from each other

Representatives of eight nations gathered in Fairbanks to discuss issues of energy in the Arctic last week. It’s easy for government summits to turn into... Read more