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Once COVID-19 becomes less of a concern, the Soldotna library will try to bring back more in-person events.
The number of farms in Alaska has grown by 30% over the last five years.
The sockeye fishery opens the third Monday in June or June 19, whichever comes last.
Drivers and backcountry hikers should exercise caution this time of year.
Seminar encourages a safe coexistence between Alaskans and wildlife this spring.
More than 200 COVID-19 vaccination appointments were available across multiple central peninsula clinics as of Monday at 6 p.m. according to PrepMod, the online portal… Continue reading
The project in Kasilof will protect 283 acres of coastal wetland habitat in the Kasilof River Flats.
Work will focus on the first 2 miles of the project, near the west end of the existing alignment.
The avalanche took place at Mile 45, cutting off peninsula residents’ route to Anchorage.
In the end, he had bowled 1,008 straight games in 79 hours and 45 minutes.
The tutorial was presented by the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in partnership with the Kenai Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center.
The species threatens native fish populations in the area, including rainbow trout and juvenile salmon.
The kit is an all-in-one guide to saving the planet through community action
It was the year that almost wasn’t for peninsula tourism.
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council voted to reccomend the closure last December.
Application requests and submissions will be done via phone or email due to COVID-19
Dan Saxton also demonstrated how to use a draw knife during the presentation
The region is in its fifth year of the outbreak.
The website aims to connect people with resources to help them start a career
The sixth installment in a series about two killings that occurred in Kenai on April 8, 1918.