Department of Public Safety releases statistics on holiday enforcement campaign

The Alaska Department of Public Safety has released its annual report on the holiday high-visibility enforcement efforts by State and Wildlife troopers. According to a… Continue reading


Juneau man plays Santa for nearly 40 years

When Jack Marshall first donned the white gloves to spread Christmas cheer, the year was 1978. The hot gift was the Atari 2600 video game… Continue reading


Sounds of the season: Musicians will usher in holiday spirit with annual Christmas concert

It will sound a lot like Christmas at Kenai Central High School this weekend. The Redoubt Chamber Orchestra and Kenai Peninsula Singers will join forces… Continue reading


A visit from St. Nicholas

’Twas the day before last when all through Kenai People were clamoring to meet one jolly guy. His suit was red and his beard was… Continue reading

Gift-seekers visit local businesses on Thanksgiving weekend

A very chilly Black Friday found crowds peering into handmade pottery mugs, flipping through racks of hand-sewn scarves and jackets and chatting with artists at… Continue reading

Costumed in Kenai

Throughout Kenai on Saturday, children and their families celebrated Halloween early with trick-or-treating and haunted houses. Costumes ranged from farm animals to superheroes. There were… Continue reading

The fastest man alive

Tori Giles, left, Emilie Grimes, Torile Giles and Arin Reger carve pumpkins at the Soldotna Public Library on Saturday, October 21 during the library’s teen… Continue reading

Community remembers the fallen

Flags flew and poppies were laid across Kenai and Soldotna in remembrance of those who died in active military service on Memorial Day, observed Monday.… Continue reading