“Guys & Dolls” opens to lucky lady reviews

The latest dinner show by the Triumvirate players, the Broadway smash “Guys & Dolls”, opened last weekend at the Triumvirate Theatre in Nikiski. Ten years… Continue reading

Canine Showtime for Kenai Kennel Club

The annual Kenai Kennel Club All Breed dog show at Skyview campus draws canines and their owners/trainers from all over Alaska and the lower 48.… Continue reading

11th Annual Rotary Unity Run a community affair

The Annual Rotary Unity Run has established itself not only as a favorite event for runners in Alaska, but has become a meaningful community event… Continue reading

Sockeye still the fish to follow

As the fishing season heats progresses the Kenai Peninsula — sockeye salmon are still the species to target, but efforts have shifted from the Russian… Continue reading

Dipnetters talk favorite ways to prepare salmon

Salmon recipes range from hours-long preparation time to simple standbys with only a couple ingredients that at-home chefs have perfected over time to everything in… Continue reading

Governor Parnell says recent wildfire has made the Peninsula a national model for cooperation

The Governor of Alaska Sean Parnell has been on the Kenai Peninsula a lot this summer and it hasn’t been the fishing that has brought… Continue reading

Lemonade Day on the Kenai… “Empowering today’s youth to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs!”

Lemonade Day was June 14th in Kenai and Soldotna, and event that is all about “Empowering today’s youth to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs,” according to January… Continue reading

Big Daddy’s Pizza gets a new Big Daddy

Actually he has been working at “Big Daddy’s” for a long time but now Tony Dunbar and his wife Kayla are the owners of the… Continue reading

Chefs at Central Peninsula Farmers Market… as fresh as it gets!

It’s the best time of the year to get healthy and make a fresh start on eating habits, thanks to the efforts of long time… Continue reading

Kenai’s personal use dip-net fishery officially open

Since the opening of the Kenai River king salmon fishery eight days ago, fishing has been consistently slow, said assistant area management biologist for the… Continue reading

Get your dipnet in the water

With the opening of the Kenai River personal-use fishery today, for the next three weeks thousands of Alaskans armed with dipnets will be looking to… Continue reading

No resuscitations necessary after Peninsula’s 1st Mouth to Mouth

Celebrating clean water, healthy salmon, and healthy people, 67 runners and bikers (and a few of their canine friends) from Anchorage to Soldotna to Homer… Continue reading

Beautiful new Flats Bistro welcomes you for lunch and dinner

The Flats Bistro has rapidly become a popular local dining destination since they opened the doors of their beautiful new restaurant on K-Beach Rd less… Continue reading

Charis Place welcomes new administrator at open house

The new Charis Place assisted living complex in Kenai held its second open house June 26th for folks to meet the facilities new administrator JoAnn… Continue reading

Kenai celebrates U.S.A’s 238th Birthday and 40th Community Awards recipients

Two big days for the Kenai Chamber of Commerce as they moved the traditional January Awards dinner to an Awards Luncheon June 25th just nine… Continue reading

Landing a Kenai king

It was an exciting king salmon opener on the Kenai River for 10-year-old Gavin Fox, of Anchorage who landed a 30-pounder while fishing with his… Continue reading

Just out of sight, an overlooked set of fishing locations

During the fast paced summer salmon runs, access is everything. Anglers want to know where the fish are and occasionally risk a rogue hook just… Continue reading

All about the salmon

Fishing opportunity is picking up on the Kenai Peninsula as salmon runs to area streams continue. Numerous lake and marine water fishing opportunities are also… Continue reading

Newest U.S. Marine Home Town Heroes make us proud

The latest youth from our community, who have stepped up to serve and protect the United States of America, are U.S. Marine PVC Stony Wall… Continue reading

Summer Solstice on the Peninsula… Fun in the liquid sun

The longest day of the year might have also been the wettest, cloudiest day of 2014, as a myriad of community events got washed out… Continue reading