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The Kahtnuht’ana Duhdeldiht Campus, meaning “the learning place,” has been in the works for more than 20 years.
A live outcry auction is tentatively scheduled for the second week of August at Soldotna High School.
Officials encourage vaccines as cases climb and more die of the virus
The best way to enjoy bear country with pups is by keeping them close.
The 3.1-mile scramble up and scream down the mountain of about 3,000 feet returned to Seward after a pandemic-forced pause in 2020.
“We’re teaching history”; superintendent, school board respond to community concerns about critical race theory
Clayton Holland spent his first school board meeting as superintendent assuring a crowded room that critical race theory is not being taught in Kenai Peninsula… Continue reading
Pandemic postponed Back to the Bay trip to 2022.
Homer City Council member Joey Evensen states “lack of productivity” as his reason for resigning.
Latest information now includes vaccination rate for “other south” region of Kenai Peninsula.
If you can imagine how hard it is to farm, think about how hard it is to get fresh food.
House Rep. Ron Gillham, who represents the Kenai-Soldotna area, posted a meme comparing journalists, medics to Nazis.
Seward was one of six Alaskan communities Norwegian Cruise Line awarded money
First meeting Wednesday.
The Homer Chamber of Commerce is hosting the second annual Homer Peony Celebration July 9-24.
Dipnetting is only allowed for Alaska residents with personal-use permits.
Announcement prompts strong pushback.
Changes include banning clothing promoting tobacco use and adding language about electronic smoking devices.
The parade included nearly 40 floats
A six-person jury determined Anesha “Duffy” Murnane, then 38, died of a homicide.
An anonymous survey including six board members assigned letter grades between “A” and “F” to the board’s actions in the last year