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Kenai Performers youth drama camp takes center stage
The Heritage Place Skilled Nursing facility was forced to close to visitors twice in one week after two staff members tested positive for COVID-19, the… Continue reading
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game released an emergency order announcement opening commercial-use set and drift gillnet fishing on the Upper Cook Inlet for… Continue reading
The best way to enjoy bear country with pups is by keeping them close.
Officials encourage vaccines as cases climb and more die of the virus
Kings are passing through the Kenai River at a lower rate than needed to attain the escapement goal.
Weekend rain didn’t stop dipnetters
The Kenai Watershed Forum’s five-week Salmon Run Series kicked off Wednesday
Dipnetting is only available to Alaska residents with a current Upper Cook Inlet personal-use permit and a sport fishing license.
The Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds in Ninilchik is hosting a benefit concert for the Triumvirate Theater this Friday, featuring an a cappella group and a Grammy… Continue reading
The annual festival raises funds for a sober living house.
Kids turn out for a week of tying, casting and reeling.
On Friday, the state announced another 108 COVID cases, which included seven on the Kenai Peninsula.
Community celebrates the 4th with parade, candy, celebration
Soldotna businesses showcase quilts during annual event
Dipnetting is only allowed for Alaska residents with personal-use permits.
House Rep. Ron Gillham, who represents the Kenai-Soldotna area, posted a meme comparing journalists, medics to Nazis.
Although a popular Independence Day tradition, the use of fireworks is banned in the Kenai Peninsula Borough. According to the borough code of ordinances, the… Continue reading
The total number of seal pup patients at the center is now six.
Kenai Art Center celebrates reopening with work from Potters’ Guild