Ice Fishing is Hot! In the 18th Annual Soldotna Hardware Ice Fishing Derby

The 18th Annual Soldotna Trustworthy Hardware & Fishing Ice Fishing Derby is off to what just might be its biggest start ever. Not just in… Continue reading

Project Homeless Connect sees largest turn out yet

The fourth annual Project Homeless Connect was held Thursday, January 29th from 10:00am – 3:00pm at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex and according to the… Continue reading

Collaborative effort gets four Soldotna Elementary schools reflective hats

Mild weather during the long winter nights on the Kenai has more kids out and about in the darkness. To help those on foot be… Continue reading

Native Youth Olympics “Kick Off” Winter Games

For the last few years the regional Native Youth Olympics (NYO) have been like the opening ceremony or kick off for the Peninsula Winter Games… Continue reading

Snow just in time for 39th Peninsula Winter Games

After the lack of winter weather canceled many of the traditional Peninsula Winter Games events, like ice slides and carvings, Mother Nature granted a little… Continue reading

CPH Auxiliary awards $2,500 scholarship for lactation specialization

Thanks to the Auxiliary at Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH) Laura Williams, an obstetrics technician will be able to become a lactation consultant after receiving specialized… Continue reading

Multiple trips, lines, worries for refills No More! “Sync my Meds” is here!

In an effort that is sure to become a hallmark of your Good Neighbor Soldotna Professional Pharmacy “Sync my Meds” has been launched for the… Continue reading

PCHS open enrollment helps to understand Health Care insurance requirements

Now that the New Year is underway and tax season is right around the corner Peninsula Community Health Services of Alaska (PCHS) through their outreach… Continue reading

Iron Mike memorial coming to Soldotna Creek Park

The Soldotna City Council at their January 14th meeting unanimously passed a resolution to officially support the implementation of an Iron Mike Statue in the… Continue reading

Local Special Olympic bowlers claim the “Gold” at State tournament

It’s been five years since local Special Olympic bowlers have gone on to the State Tournament and returned with the first place trophy. Special Olympic… Continue reading

The Flats Bistro hosts local artist solo show

As the old year passed and the new one arrived, the art on the walls of The Flats Bistro on K-Beach Rd. remained and shall… Continue reading

Soldotna Chamber holds 56th Annual Awards Celebration

Before a record crowd of 215 the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce (SCC) honored local individuals and businesses last week at their 56th Awards Celebration. “The… Continue reading

CES Chief Mokracek wants YOU!

In 2014 Central Emergency Services (CES) was the fourth busiest fire station in the entire state of Alaska only answering fewer calls than Anchorage, Fairbanks… Continue reading

Permanent Fund Dividend filing and sharing starts the New Year for Alaskans

Only in Alaska is Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) filing a New Year’s family tradition. One that goes back to 1982 when the first checks were… Continue reading

Kaladi Bros. Baristas make New Year’s Day a “free day” for Stitches of Love

For many years the baristas at Kaladi Brothers Coffee shops have spent their New Year’s Day working for free and donating profits to local charities.… Continue reading

Sterling AK Wedding Brokers is now Safia’s Bridal in Soldotna

While the name Seavey has become synonymous with Iditarod champions and “Ididaride” sled dog rides for tourists from Seward to Sterling, in 2015 Safia and… Continue reading

Miss Alaska Collegiate visits Kenai Seniors New Year’s Eve

The smiles were broad and appreciation sincere as Kenai senior citizens shared their News Year’s Eve luncheon with hometown beauty queen, the new reigning Miss… Continue reading

Skyview grad comes home for Holidays a U.S. Marine

Chad Harley was one of the final classmen to graduate from Skyview High School in the spring of 2014. Harley returned to spend the holidays… Continue reading

VFW Post #10046 reaches out to more Vets

Alaska Rep. Don Young once told a gathering in Kenai that we don’t need a Veteran’s Day. We need 365 Veteran’s Days every year so… Continue reading

New Year’s Day brings new owners to Kenai Vision Center

While December 31st was the final day in history for the year 2014, it was also the last day that Dennis Swarner, OD and Robert… Continue reading