The Alaska Marine Highway System released its 2013 summer schedule Wednesday, a little bit earlier than usual. Ferry chief Mike Neussl said in a news release that releasing the schedule early would benefit the communities and businesses served by the marine highway system, giving extra time to plan trips and to book them in advance.
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The high school football regular season wrapped up over the weekend and a trio of Kenai Peninsula teams will once again be headed to the playoffs, which begin Friday. Soldotna has been the team to beat in the “medium schools” division all year long.
After gaining popularity in the 1970’s, the rough and tumble sport of roller derby is making a comeback. Teams are popping up all over the country, including one here on the Peninsula. The Far North Derby team based in Kenai took to the track for their first organized bout.
Today is Election Day for the Kenai Peninsula Borough. Voters peninsula-wide head to the polls to choose candidates for various municipal and borough races, including seats on the Borough Assembly, the school district board and various service area boards.
Students, parents and administrators at Homer High School received the tragic message Monday that one of their own was gone. Seventeen-year-old Cody Devaney died Sunday in what Alaska State Troopers are calling an apparent suicide.
Students, parents and administrators at Homer High School received the tragic message Monday that one of their own was gone. Seventeen-year-old Cody Devaney died Sunday in what Alaska State Troopers are calling "an apparent suicide."
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly met in special session Friday afternoon to start the ball rolling on continued relief efforts from flood damage across the Borough. The Assembly passed a resolution extending Mayor Mike Navarre’s disaster declaration and an ordinance appropriating funding to go to infrastructure repairs.
An Anchorage man and woman facing charges related to the shooting death of Anchor Point resident Demian Sagerser pleaded not guilty earlier this month. The Homer News reports that at a hearing September 13th at the Kenai Courthouse, 20-year-old Demarqus Green pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.