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Letters home span the entire length of World War II from a Navy corpsman’s perspective.
Stengel speared big halibut while free diving in Kachemak Bay.
A six-person jury determined Anesha “Duffy” Murnane, then 38, died of a homicide.
DHSS only last month began sorting vaccination rates at the community level.
‘Stand and stare’ a good motto for becoming a power camper.
Ninilchik artist Argent Kvasnikoff’s ‘Tuyanitun: Tuggeht’ will be installed at Tuggeht — Bishop’s Beach.
Large green lawn around one home kept fire from spreading on Saturday.
Exhibit postponed by the pandemic opens at Pratt Museum & Park in Homer.
Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer holds meet-and-greet, visits pop-up clinic on Spit.
Though plankton turned Kachemak Bay pale red, the bloom isn’t harmful, scientists say.
Changes include new market director, relaxation of COVID-19 safety policies and return of craft and hot-foot vendors.
COVID-19 vaccine appointment scheduling and the data dashboards can still be accessed through covid19.alaska.gov.
142 species counted during annual festival
After hiatus, annual event back as program transitions out of pandemic
Coalition of environmental groups says Fish and Game’s process to rescind JetSki ban was illegal
Objects may be closer than they appear — the pandemic is not behind us
Coray’s ‘Lost Mountain’ looks at personal, community conflict in setting where a large mine might happen.
‘Quite a bit of that is going to go to college tuition,’ dad says of son’s earnings
After one-year hiatus, winter king tournament is back with COVID safety restrictions
The possibility of the existence of Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, took root in young Baxter.