Megan Pacer

A violinist, a pianist and an actor

Violinist Linda Rosenthal, based in Juneau, has performed all over the state as well as in Europe and Asia. However, she said there is something… Continue reading

Stolen boat leads police to group storing drugs, firearms

Residents from Alaska and California have been arrested in Soldotna on drug and firearm charges after being connected to a stolen boat from Anchorage. Gabe… Continue reading

Trends 2016: Diverse business community a boon for Soldotna

The City of Soldotna is in a good position to weather the impacts of budget cuts at the state level while supporting its current economy,… Continue reading

Trends 2016: Peninsula small businesses find their niches

While the state is working on cuts to its budget, small businesses on the Kenai Peninsula should not face similar struggles, depending on the niche… Continue reading

Sacred space in a quiet place

The contrast of white cemetery crosses against the greens and browns of the surrounding forest in the distance is the first sign one has entered… Continue reading

Soldotna men involved in spice bust indicted at federal level

Two Soldotna men have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of synthetic cannabis trafficking and firearm offenses stemming from a recent drug… Continue reading

Fish and Game targets Soldotna Creek for summer pike eradication

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is preparing to move forward in the second phase of a project to eradicate the invasive northern pike… Continue reading

May the fish be with you: Triumvirate actors to parody ‘Star Wars’

Light sabers and fish puns will abound in the latest annual dinner theater and auction put on by the Triumvirate Theatre. While the two may… Continue reading

City briefed on Soldotna Creek treatment

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is preparing to move forward in the next phase of eradicating northern pike in Kenai Peninsula waters, as… Continue reading

Behind the scenes

When first responders like the members of the Kenai Fire Department need to keep up on their training, they practice battling blazes and executing rescues… Continue reading

Burn permits required soon

Anyone wishing to burn debris in a pile or barrel will be required to have a permit beforehand starting April 1.The Alaska Division of Forestry… Continue reading

Health fair highlights colorectal cancer dangers

It took the death of his uncle to colon cancer to convince Dr. John Molina, director of Kenaitze Indian Tribe Health Systems, to get himself… Continue reading

Green Rush Events reopens

Green Rush Events, a marijuana clubhouse that temporarily closed its doors after opening this past summer in Kenai, is operating once again with a few… Continue reading

Girdwood loses law enforcement

As the closing of the Girdwood trooper post looms nearer, the central Kenai Peninsula stands to gain some positions while Girdwood residents will have to… Continue reading

Crafters make quilts for kids in need

Soldotna-based Alaska State Troopers and the agencies they work with will be able to provide children involved in legal issues or cases with blankets to… Continue reading

VA moves forward on Choice Program fixes

The Department of Veterans Affairs in Alaska is moving forward on a plan to fix bugs in the program set up by the Veterans Access,… Continue reading

Election funding allocation voted down by Soldotna council

Soldotna will have to search in its budget for funds to cover its upcoming special election. The election was set for May 10 at the… Continue reading

Statewide survey shows fewer women reporting violence

The number of Alaskan women who have experienced violence has decreased over the last five years, according to a report from the University of Alaska… Continue reading

Sterling woman arrested for violating release conditions

Update, Wednesday: The arraignment for Laurel Lee at the Kenai Courthouse was continued from Tuesday to Wednesday, according to Courtview.   Original Story: A Sterling… Continue reading

Overdose meds bill passes house

Those seeking to provide drugs that counteract opioid overdoses are a step closer to being able to do so without liability. The Alaska House of… Continue reading