Kenai Friends of the Libary prepare for Mega Book Sale!

Last year the Friends of the Kenai Library book sale didn’t happen, so this weekend they are having a Mega Book Sale this weekend September… Continue reading

Annual Soup Supper “Super” success for Food Bank

The Kenai Peninsula Food Bank’s annual Soup Supper & Auction grossed more funds in August than any other event in the last 18 years, according… Continue reading

An Outdoor View: Test your freezer IQ

Following is a quiz that will put your freezer knowledge to the test. The answers are below. 1. A home freezer should maintain a temperature… Continue reading

Old Timers lunch where even the “Kids” are Old Timers

Nearly 250 Old Timers turned out for the annual “Old Timers Dinner” August 21st at the Kenai Senior Center including the “kids” who helped serve,… Continue reading

Kenai River Classic embarks on 3rd decade… ladies catch the big ones!

Even though the mighty Kenai kings are no longer the target of the Kenai River Sportfishing Assoc. (KRSA) annual Kenai River Classic, the event remains… Continue reading

Sister City Youth Sports Exchange is life changing experience

The first Sister City Youth Sports exchange took place this summer in Akita Japan with a delegation of six Kenai Central High School volleyball team… Continue reading

KPAR selects Realtor of the Year at Annual Membership meeting

The Kenai Peninsula Association of Realtors (KPAR) gathered August 21st for their annual General Membership Meeting and Board of Director Election. “We are happy to… Continue reading

Community tips its hat to Industry as thousands attend appreciation celebration

For the last two decades the Kenai Peninsula community has chosen a Saturday in August to say thank you to the industries that provide the… Continue reading

Only three weeks to reel in the halibut of the season

Anglers still aiming to come out on top in the 28th annual Homer Jackpot Halibut Derby have less than three weeks to haul in the… Continue reading

Silvers dominate the tributaries

As silver salmon move into Kenai Peninsula streams, species from earlier runs are beginning to spawn, concentrating resident species, which are reaching the height of… Continue reading

Candlelight vigil holds hope for Adam’s family

With almost three months having passed since Rebecca Adam’s family of four mysteriously disappeared from their home in Kenai a candlelight vigil was held last… Continue reading

Sow it! Grow it! Show it! Another Great Kenai Peninsula Fair

Once again wet weather plagued the Kenai Peninsula Fair in Ninilchik, but it didn’t hinder bidders from paying record prices at the 4-H Junior Market… Continue reading

Military and local kids go fishing thanks to KRS and Kenai River Foundation

Back to back events August 13th & 14th saw over 150 kids fishing with professional guides on the Kenai River. First was the 8th Annual… Continue reading

Golden Anniversaries for KP Borough School District & Kenai Peninsula College

Three very important community institutions celebrated collectively their golden anniversaries Thursday, August 14th at the Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) Kenai River campus. The Kenai Peninsula… Continue reading

Smiles all around at Kenai River Jr. Classic

Smiles were abundant Aug. 13 at the 8th annual Kenai River Jr. Classic as nearly 100 youth from JBER, the Mat-Su Valley and across the… Continue reading

Silvers: The bite is half the fun

Silver salmon are now bending the rods of local anglers who were anticipating their arrival among an abundant early run of pink salmon. For weeks… Continue reading

Silvers finally filling the streams

Pink salmon are still plentiful in Kenai River tributaries, but it may be time for anglers to move on to silver salmon entering the streams.… Continue reading

Footworks & reigning Mrs. Alaska team up for TSC awareness

The Peninsula held its first “Bcureful” Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) awareness event Sunday August 10th, thanks to 2014 reigning Mrs. Alaska and Footworks Quality Shoes… Continue reading

Triumvirate Theatre Soldotna takes final curtain call

Saturday, August 9th was the final curtain call for the Triumvirate Theatre players in Soldotna at their original home in the Peninsula Center Mall. Triumvirate… Continue reading

Wounded Heroes enjoy a weekend of fishing & fun on the Kenai River

Several years ago some of the Kenai River Professional Guides started the first Wounded Warriors fishing event on the Kenai River. Working with Joint Base… Continue reading