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The Alaska Department of Natural Resources is working to secure funding for the construction of a boat launch on the Funny River side of the… Continue reading
The Soldotna Public Library will use a $2,200 donation from the Soldotna Library Friends to bolster reading programs, pending approval by the Soldotna City Council… Continue reading
One serious point of contention during the coronavirus pandemic, amid many, has been the fate of in-person church services. Some have been adamant about discontinuing… Continue reading
The Kenai City Council unanimously passed legislation during their July 7 meeting stating their opposition to the closure.
The city was the latest peninsula municipality to mull the future of Zoom access.
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 boat broke loose and drifted away from a small island on the Kenai River.
Filing periods for local elections begin in August.
The Homer Chamber of Commerce is hosting the second annual Homer Peony Celebration July 9-24.
The Kenai Watershed Forum’s five-week Salmon Run Series kicked off Wednesday
Kenai approves transfer of land to Triumvirate Theatre
A six-person jury determined Anesha “Duffy” Murnane, then 38, died of a homicide.
A live outcry auction is tentatively scheduled for the second week of August at Soldotna High School.
Dipnetting is only available to Alaska residents with a current Upper Cook Inlet personal-use permit and a sport fishing license.
The 3.1-mile scramble up and scream down the mountain of about 3,000 feet returned to Seward after a pandemic-forced pause in 2020.