The greatest thing since sliced bread; goes together like peanut butter and jelly; like two peas in a pod; however you phrase it, open houses and holiday shopping are always a great combination.  We’ve got the info you need to hit up all the open houses, events, and hotspots this Saturday, D…

At 8 p.m. on November 20, local dog musher Zoya DeNure and her two daughters had just moved three one-month old puppies they were bottle feeding from their living room to the attached shop of their home. The puppies were growing and needed a bit more room. 

No one was injured in a wreck that created minor congestion at the intersection of the Richardson Highway and Nistler Road Friday morning just before 8:30 a.m. According to troopers, 18-year-old Samuel Tatarenko was driving a 2010 Ford Fusion south on the Richardson Highway when he attempted…

Republican Mike Dunleavy held a solid lead in the election reports from Alaska’s Division of Elections around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. With a little more than 88 percent of precincts reporting, Dunleavy had almost 53 percent of the vote against Democrat Mark Begich’s 43.2 percent.

The greatest thing since sliced bread; goes together like peanut butter and jelly; like two peas in a pod; however you phrase it, open houses and holiday shopping are always a great combination.  We’ve got the info you need to hit up all the open houses, events, and hotspots this Saturday, D…

Non-essential state offices in Anchorage, Eagle River, Wasilla, and Palmer will be closed again on Tuesday, December 4. The state says the closures were requested by the Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) due to damage on the Glenn Highway between miles 23-25 (…

Non-essential state offices in Anchorage, Eagle River, Wasilla, and Palmer will be closed on Monday, December 3. The state says the closures were requested by the Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) due to damage on the Glenn Highway between miles 23-25 (Eklutna…

During this Advent Season we are waiting. But while we wait, we want to follow what Jesus told us, considering others as gifts from God for us to care for. One way to do that is to contribute to Project Christmas here in Delta Junction, Alaska. We need your help.

Delta Meat & Sausage, a local meat processing business, will be hosting their annual open house on December 8, and this year they will offer a bit more than free samples for patrons.

At 8 p.m. on November 20, local dog musher Zoya DeNure and her two daughters had just moved three one-month old puppies they were bottle feeding from their living room to the attached shop of their home. The puppies were growing and needed a bit more room. 

No one was injured in a wreck that created minor congestion at the intersection of the Richardson Highway and Nistler Road Friday morning just before 8:30 a.m. According to troopers, 18-year-old Samuel Tatarenko was driving a 2010 Ford Fusion south on the Richardson Highway when he attempted…

Republican Mike Dunleavy held a solid lead in the election reports from Alaska’s Division of Elections around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. With a little more than 88 percent of precincts reporting, Dunleavy had almost 53 percent of the vote against Democrat Mark Begich’s 43.2 percent.

Mike Dunleavy held a solid lead in the first reports from Alaska’s Division of Elections around 10 p.m. Tuesday. With a little under a fifth of precincts reporting, Dunleavy had just over 51 percent of the vote against Mark Begich’s 44 percent.

State and federal elections will be held Tuesday, Nov. 6. Polling locations will open at 7 a.m. and will remain open until 8 p.m. Delta Junction area precincts vote as follows:

The annual Delta Elementary Harvest Festival was another great success, thanks to tremendous support from the community and extra hours put in by staff and volunteers.

A very late first measurable snowfall of the season arrived Sunday, covering the area with one to two inches of snow, although official measurements are not available. Roads are slick and driving conditions are fair.

The Delta Community Library internet/computer area will be closed intermittently today and tomorrow (Oct. 25 - 26) for new computer installation and system work. The Wi-Fi will be active 24/7 and the library is open 10 to 6 as normal these days.

It may not be news that school is in session or that busses are on the roads in the morning and afternoon, but the number of drivers on the road who do not adhere to the STOP sign on the bus is startling.

The Hoodoo Half, a half marathon sponsored by Hoodoo Brewery in Fairbanks, has been drawing racers from around the state for three years now, and Delta represented!  Race finishers – or should we say survivors? – earned a goodie bag upon completion of the 13.1 mile run that included a HooDoo…

As the Arctic Anvil military exercise winds down, troops are returning to their home bases and many are traveling in convoys along the highways. Five convoys are expected to return to Fort Wainwright this afternoon, Oct. 16, along the Richardson Highway.

The city council held a brief meeting on Tuesday to certify the results of the municipal election held last week. Council member Lou Heinbockel maintained control of his seat on the council and Charles Lester was elected to fill the position formerly held by Jennifer Brant.