- Outdoors and Recreation
- Arts and Entertainment
- Subscriber Center
- About Us
Editor’s note: There are descriptions of racism in this article that may be disturbing to some. Wasabi’s Bistro just outside of Homer was vandalized with… Continue reading
Henu is a Dena’ina word meaning “hard work”
Pebble representatives touted the redesigned project
Their families have only found out in recent years.
Some critics are blinded by emotion, one re-entry expert says.
Watch a blanket toss.
It would be a ‘crippling blow.’
Several local Homer businesses and food advocates were highlighted throughout the conference.
The event will take place on March 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex
The residential treatment center could still happen if organization raises funds on its own
An Anchor Point man died this week when his truck crashed near Moose Pass. Alaska State Troopers report that Marc Roderick, 46, died on Wednesday.… Continue reading
Last year Deniece and Ron Isaacs opened up Magical Gardens, a specialty CBD shop in Kenai that sells hemp and CBD products for people and… Continue reading
Every 10 years, the federal government collects census data to determine the population and demographic information of every region in the country. With the 2020… Continue reading
During the Kenai Chamber of Commerce’s Wednesday Luncheon, Mayor Brian Gabriel and City Manager Paul Ostrander went over the current state of the city, including… Continue reading
The Kenai chapter of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks recently received a grant from the Elks National Fund and in turn donated $3,750… Continue reading
A Nikiski woman is being charged with arson after a mobile home went up in flames last week, according to an affidavit filed at the… Continue reading
After lengthy debate, the Homer City Council seems to have settled on an agreement for how to help fund construction of a residential treatment center… Continue reading
Alaska Department of Environmental Control food safety program received complaint
Community Resilience Fair will offer skills training and resources for emergency preparedness
Most Alaskans take the harsh winter months as an opportunity to travel to warmer climes like Hawaii or Florida. One of Soldotna’s resident physicians, however,… Continue reading