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The persistence of wildfire smoke from the Swan Lake Fire hanging in the air and the unpredictable travel situation through Cooper Landing has made for… Continue reading
The defending Class 3A state volleyball champion Nikiski Bulldogs got their defense off to a winning start Saturday in Homer, capturing the Homer Jamboree tournament… Continue reading
The Valdez Buccaneers demolished Seward 32-6 Saturday afternoon in the lone varsity football game for a peninsula team this weekend. Four other football games involving… Continue reading
The funds also go to help the Wounded Heroes event.
Kasilof’s Sean Babitt comes off quiet, soft-spoken and unassuming. But ask the competitor that Babitt beat for a world championship gold medal in June, and… Continue reading
All outdoor athletic activities and events at or hosted by Kenai Peninsula Borough School District schools have been canceled until further notice, according to a… Continue reading
The concert will be headlined by The Rebel Blues Band, a blues quintet from Anchorage and Soldotna.
The bad memories of last year’s season-opening loss are now a distant memory for the Soldotna Stars football program, which romped its way to a… Continue reading
Jim Hall biked to the 12-kilometer race victory Thursday night at the Soldotna Cycle Series week 7 race at Tsalteshi Trails. Hall nipped Brian Beeson… Continue reading
Week 1 of the prep football season has become an annual discourse of the same question — can anyone knock off Soldotna from the Division… Continue reading
Football is back on the peninsula, which means teams at Nikiski, Homer and Seward are back on the hunt for October. The Division III playoffs… Continue reading
My heart will always live in Alaska. It’s where I’ve spent most of my life, growing up among the Chugach Mountains where beauty and majesty… Continue reading
Soldotna’s Allie Ostrander earned another award after leaving Boise State to turn pro, earning the Mountain West Conference Female Athlete of the Year award Thursday… Continue reading
The show is a classic western melodrama.
Week 11 of the series will features band playing ‘Americana’ bluegrass, folk and rock.
Three years and change from walking at Kenai Central’s 2016 graduation, Conner Johnson has reinvented himself as one of Adams State University’s most dangerous players… Continue reading
In leaving the field in his dust, 15-year-old Clay Petersen of Seward continued to prove Saturday night at Twin City Raceway that he may have… Continue reading
Pro runner Allie Ostrander, a 2015 graduate of Kenai Central, was forced to scratch from a women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase race Saturday at the Pan American… Continue reading
Soldotna’s Tyle Owens cruised to his fourth victory in six races at Thursday’s Soldotna Cycle Series race No. 6, winning the 12-kilometer race with a… Continue reading
The 126 runners signed up for Saturday’s 32nd annual LeeShore Center Run for Women enjoyed not only a pleasant day for racing, but did so… Continue reading