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Charlene Tautfest and Pete Sprague are running in a Dec. 17 special election.
The man was driving his SUV northbound when he left the roadway near Mile 53 of the Sterling Highway
More than 3,000 people were without power on Tuesday.
The program supports local youth who are homeless or are facing challenges in their home life.
Soldotna’s annual Christmas in the Park Celebration will take place on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 4:30 p.m.
When you think of data-driven careers, the natural resource field is probably not the first profession that comes to mind. I envision a guy or… Continue reading
The longest running outage is on the Fisherman’s Road area of Nikiski.
Gravel pit owners and homeowners near existing pits both spoke in opposition to the ordinance.
Are you ready to redistrict?
Troopers conducted a high-visibility enforcement campaign from Nov. 27 to Dec. 1.
The goal is to create more community partnerships and increase resources for homelessness services.
Galvin won the Democratic primary in 2018 before losing to Don Young in the general election.
“Forever Christmas 2019” features dancers ranging from elementary school kids to high school.
There’s a new initiative, a new task force, and a new bill.
Alaska DOT has new snowplow safety information and resources on their website.
Nikiski Middle/High School seniors participated in a mock trial at the Kenai Courthouse.
It’s the first case of vaping related injury in Alaska.
The District 6 opened when Martha Fleming stepped down last month.
Their plan’s are ambitious, but vague at this point.
Five people have been charged in the Aug. 25 death of Preston Atwood.