Riley Board, KDLL - Soldotna
All legal gaming in Alaska benefits nonprofits, and the most popular form, pull-tabs, is played at more than 1,000 locations statewide.
In the tele-town hall Tuesday night, Rep. Mary Peltola said she was nervous about what the merger could mean for grocery options in Alaska communities.
Troopers say the moose's guts and hide were found near Soldotna in early October. Its Alaska Department of Fish & Game radio collar had been cut off.
Alaska Beacon reporter James Brooks discussed the project, and the flexibility it could create for energy security on the Kenai Peninsula and beyond.
The new policy calls for volunteer chaplains to deliver invocations, over which the ACLU of Alaska sued the Assembly in 2016.
Arther Graham, 46, is accused of writing that he would remove the senator's skin and wear it.
A declaration from Gov. Mike Dunleavy would open up the fishery to grants from the state Legislature and accelerated capital projects.
That's the long-term plan. In the short-term, the current airlines servicing the airport are adding more flights.
The announcement comes amid looming natural gas shortages, and concerns about energy security in the Railbelt area, from Homer to Fairbanks.
The Russian Old Believer village wanted the school to focus on Russian language immersion and to follow a subsistence calendar.
Grant Aviation announced it will add up to 50 flights a week out of the Kenai Municipal Airport.
The Kenaitze Indian Tribe's Michael Bernard says cultural observers are likely to find something every day as work on a bypass project continues.
The collaborative study will eventually include 1,200 pairs of Alaska Natives who smoke and people supporting their efforts to quit.
Seward utility sale fails again, Homer Council unchanged in initial Kenai Peninsula election results
A second proposed sale of Seward's electric utility had just 46% of the 60% vote it needs to pass, with two Homer Assembly incumbents leading.
Vehicles have crashed from Kasilof to Cooper Landing, closing the highway and drawing dozens of emergency responders to the scenes.
The extended declaration is related to high-water incidents in the Kenai Keys, the Kalifornsky Beach area and on the eastern peninsula.
Politicians are still confident in the pipeline project, even as a long timeline has export buyers looking for other options.
Usually, the Snow Glacier and Skilak lakes release every two or three years. Both at the same time is unprecedented.
Troopers say Sherika Hatten, 30, and the boy died Friday after their car collided head-on with a truck near Cooper Landing.