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Seward reports second COVID-19 case
“One thing that’s certain is that people want their cannabis.”
A look at the regulatory changes for the Upper Cook Inlet Fisheries
Completed mail-in ballots must be received by 5 p.m. on May 6, 2020 in order to be counted.
Alaska Native Medical Center announced the death Friday afternoon
All in-person voting scheduled for April 4 has been canceled.
The state of Alaska and local communities are beginning to implement closures of public buildings and events and encouraging social distancing to prevent the spread… Continue reading
In my ongoing quest to shake off my Florida roots and achieve the illustrious title of “Real Alaskan,” I recently managed to cross an important… Continue reading
The 2-week-old otter pup was found on a beach surrounded by birds with snowballs embedded in his fur
Proposal 104 was adopted by a vote of 5-2 on Friday.
The move is an effort to strengthen Susitna salmon returns.
The stock was designated after missing its sustainable escapement goal 5 years in a row.
The Alaska Bureau of Investigation and the General Investigative Unit in Soldotna are investigating.
The system will allow for more consistent power delivery if a generator goes down or usage spikes.
Town hall ends with call to action for local lawmakers
After series of attacks, local woman fears LGBTQ community is being targeted.
Here’s a philosophical question for the readers out there —what qualifies someone as being “Alaskan”? Is it strictly a matter of time spent living here,… Continue reading
Editor’s note: The story has been changed to correct the first name of public defender Joy Hobart. A Homer man charged with murder three years… Continue reading
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly is taking a torch to the problem of excess brush and woodland debris that has piled up at the landfill.… Continue reading
In the wake of the Swan Lake Fire, Sen. Peter Micciche (R-Kenai/Soldotna) is requesting a frank discussion on wildlife management policies. Micciche sent a letter… Continue reading