Kenai ambulance back on the road
When a Kenai Fire Department ambulance and a moose tangled Jan. 15, it was the end of the road for the moose. But the ambulance is back up and running, as good as new.
Teacher-recognition program coming to borough
Great teachers in the borough will soon be recognized through the Teachers of Excellence program.
Soldotna officer leaving for Kotzebue'When I took the job, I had every intention of staying forever. I had such high regard for the community and the department.'
Greg Russell is a seriously conflicted man.
Report takes a look at waterways in area
A new report sheds light on the water quality of four important waterways on the lower Kenai peninsula.
PCB cleanup, plant upgrade to proceed
Recent tests found no evidence that the Cooper Lake Hydroelectric Project is presently releasing PCBs into Kenai Lake. However, they did detect PCBs inside the plant.
Area students named to deans' lists
Stars split in Kodiak
Chugiak wears Class 4A crown
The Chugiak hockey team couldn't have been happier had they lifted Lord Stanley's Cup over their heads, instead of the Alaska state Class 4A championship trophy.
SoHi doesn't survive Bears' attack
Sometimes you get the bear. Other times, the Bears get you.
Carr, Davis seek crown
At first glance, the three-year winning streak of Soldotna's Scott Davis and Kenai's Mark Carr in the Tesoro Iron Dog defies logic.
Nikiski beats Su Valley in triple-overtime thriller
Beautiful day in Homer for Soldonta
The Soldotna High School boys cross-country ski team broke Colony's four-year stranglehold on Region III skiing
Kenai girls defeat Lynx
The Kenai Kardinals flew out to a 25-6 first quarter lead against Dimond Saturday and maintained defensive pressure to secure the win, 64-55.
Local swimmers warm up for regions at meet
The Soldotna Silver Salmon hosted the Last Chance Invitational Swim Meet Feb. 12 and 13 at the Soldotna High School pool.
Ninilchik, Seldovia take titles
The Ninilchik girls and the Seldovia boys high school basketball teams claimed tournament titles Saturday with wins at the Ninilchik Invitational.
Nikiski skaters end season with loss
The Tri-Valley hockey team defeated Nikiski for fourth place Saturday in the Greatland Conference hockey tournament at Brett Memorial Ice Arena in Wasilla. The Warriors received four goals from Alec Venechuk, including three in the second period.
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