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Kenai Post 20 defeated Chugiak Post 33 7-6 to force a second game to determine the American Legion baseball championship team at Mulcahy Stadium on Saturday, August 1, 2015.

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KAGALASKA ISLAND -- Every summer, teams of federal exterminators set up shop in the southwest corner of the state....

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This summer Davies, 40, is creating an enormous project that aims to capture personal stories of struggles of people like her in sculptural form. She described the art as a “unique approach to suicide alertness.”...

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KETCHIKAN -- This Southeast town went back to work last week in the one big industry that still remains here: accommodating the thousands of tourists who arrive each day on the giant cruise ships that crowd its harbor...

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Kate Powers, Jennifer Galbreath and Shannon Kuhn bought shares in a whole pig. The trio butchered the pig under the guidance of Jillian Morrissey and Kim Sollien in Morrissey’s Palmer, Alaska, area garage on Thursday, April 16, 2015....

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Mark Eppihimer is a record-setting powerlifter, a death-metal bass player, a post office worker, a first-time father and, for at least one day a year, a skirt-wearing strongman....

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A tenacious, invasive aquatic plant is now growing in what might be the worst place in Alaska – the floatplane mecca of Lake Hood...

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Mayor-elect Ethan Berkowitz and members of his transition committee on homelessness mingled with clients at Bean's Cafe during a lunchtime meeting Wednesday. Committee co-chair Hilary Morgan passed a microphone around and invited homeless people to speak...

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To keep things light heading into this week’s pressure-packed state high school track and field championships, Kenai Central athletes drew names and decorated white T-shirts for one another...

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Perhaps Alaska’s quirkiest festival, Trapper Creek Bluegrass is located on about 40 acres of land called Boot’s Bison Ranch off the Parks Highway....

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