The Matanuska-Susitna Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan marks a first attempt by local officials to create more nonmotorized access across an area from Glacier View to Talkeetna.

A district administrator said the plan is to gather public input this year in the form of surveys and town halls before presenting a plan to the school board next fall outlining closure possibilities.

Chugiak’s Hannah Shaha and South’s Vebjorn Flagstad were the individual winners.


The Eagles dominated the Cougars on both sides of the ball to head into the postseason on a high note.

There will be no new offshore oil and gas sales in federal waters near Alaska anytime soon.

The majority of all school book challenges in the United States came from just 11 people. Meet Jennifer Petersen.

Trustees are considering that idea and others, including an amendment to the state constitution, as they seek to increase the fund’s value.

Events across the state aim to teach and heal.

The Eagles continued their reign of supremacy at regions and looked poised to do the same at state.

From picking the last of your produce to winterizing your garden hoses, here are a few final seasonal duties.

Graphite is critical for the batteries needed to power America’s electric vehicle revolution. But every ounce is imported. A proposed mine on the Seward Peninsula would change that. But some of the people who live nearby fear it will endanger their way of life.

With three venues and more than 25 bands and performers, the music festival in Juneau offered Native artists a platform and a place to connect.

From a blues man to a transformative rapper, the festival spotlighted Native artists representing a wide variety of music genres.

Relationship advice: What’s happening here sounds like a major deception, and it’s time to examine what factors led to this situation.

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