This isn’t the first time Hooligan’s Lodging and Saloon stepped up and the community now knows where to turn for help, year after year.
The exercise normally happens every two years, but was canceled in 2013 due to budget sequestration. That time gap is part of the reason critics say communication from the military has been inadequate, leading to protests in several Southcentral communities last month.
What happens when you throw a mix of middle school kids who all learn at different levels into one class then hand them a couple of college-level texts? An innovative, collaborative approach to teaching that gets students to pay attention.
A coal mining company proposes completely removing the water from a tributary of the Chuitna River, which is a salmon stream.
One scientist suspects the whales may have ingested a toxin which led to their deaths.
More than a hundred property checks conducted by the Borough yesterday revealed 26 homes destroyed.
A very small portion of the Card Street Fire on the Kenai Peninsula is under control, and the evacuation notice for a few neighborhoods has been lifted.
Environmental groups have condemned the proposed road, but King Cove residents say it’s an important health and safety issue.
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough government plans to meet with residents Thursday to report the state of their property and if their homes are still standing.
Firefighters are reporting good progress on the Sockeye Fire near Willow, according to Public Information Officer Ada Takasc at the incident command post.