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The Soldotna Chamber of Commerce hosted its 2021 awards ceremony Wednesday, recognizing outstanding city businesses that have persevered through a second year of the pandemic.… Continue reading
The weekend aims to support local businesses by offering different promotions.
The largest privately owned dry dock marina in Alaska is expanding its docks and boat-lifting capabilities
Juneau’s lawmakers say tourism needed for Southeast.
Fishing charters are currently allowed to operate at 50% capacity with people from different households.
“The stars aligning for it to happen on 4/20 was the cherry on top.”
A Facebook live announcement was held and the results released on April 18.
Facing an uncertain future as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, Alaska’s commercial fishing industry is looking ahead to the upcoming season with determination to salvage… Continue reading
Business owners encouraged to take peninsula-wide survey
Alaska’s seafood industry puts 58,700 people to work.
The “area standards” picket called for comparable wages and benefits for workers.
A new cannabis operation in Homer is another step closer to having all the licensing it needs in order to open. 420 on Main, if… Continue reading
As of today, workers and customers of Alaska businesses who smoke or vape will have to take it outside — at least 10 feet away.… Continue reading
Since 2007, the Central Peninsula Garden Club has been educating and connecting gardeners in the area. Renae Wall has been serving as the nonprofit’s president… Continue reading
Brothers’ Cafe is the newest tenant inside the Kenai Municipal Airport restaurant space. The business venture reunited two brothers, Jim and Lyndell Hamilton, after more… Continue reading
Kacey Cooper has always worked with dogs, so opening her own dog kennel was a natural fit. “For my first job I would go around… Continue reading
Jennifer Reed said she was never coming to Alaska. A Texas native, Reed couldn’t see herself quitting her job and moving 4,000 miles away from… Continue reading
This year’s personal-use dipnet fishery hasn’t draw many vendors to the north and south beaches along the mouth of the Kenai River. Nor did the… Continue reading
One of Heather Lawson’s signature phrases is “it’s all good.” So when she was traveling in Oregon and found a shirt with her favorite line,… Continue reading
When Kenai Aviation closed in late 2017, it left behind more than half a century of history at the Kenai Municipal Airport and a generation… Continue reading