United Way of the Kenai Peninsula expresses appreciation for successful campaign

As April closed out the 2013 United Way of the Kenai Peninsula campaign executive director Lisa Roberts presented several appreciation plaques to major donors that… Continue reading

May is Motorcyle Awareness Month

While motorcycles have been seen on local highways as early as February this year, May is officially Motorcycle Awareness Month as proclaimed at the Tuesday,… Continue reading

Soldotna Pharmacy hosts Drug Take Back Day

Spring cleaning included medicine cabinets last week as Soldotna Pharmacy in cooperation with the Alaska State Troopers, DEA, Kenai and Soldotna Police Departments and the… Continue reading

April proclaimed Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Kenai and Soldotna

As the month of April passes into history it should be remembered through all the other 11 months of the year that it was jointly… Continue reading

Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” for one weekend only at Triumvirate Soldotna

Among the classics of Broadway, Motion Picture and Television comedy one of the all-time greats of the 20th Century has to be Neil Simon’s “The… Continue reading

Credit Union 1 gives a big check to Teen Center and Payless gives shoes to kids

April was a great month for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula as the Soldotna Teen Center received $15,000 thousand dollar boost… Continue reading

Easter Bunny sightings in Soldotna

Getting up on Santa’s knee is a little different than cozying up to a 6ft rabbit even if it does have chocolate Easter eggs. But… Continue reading

Kenai Chamber celebrates 60 years of supporting commerce

It’s been said that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and the diamond anniversary of the Kenai Chamber proved that for 60 years from Peggy… Continue reading

Moose River Dental opens in Sterling

Great news for Sterling residents who have always had a long drive to the nearest dental clinic, now Dr. Edwin Allgair has opened Moose River… Continue reading

Homer senior reclaims Caring for the Kenai title

With a plan to increase longevity and add environmental benefits to roofs in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District (KPBSD) by installing “Green Roofs” Homer… Continue reading

35th Annual Home Show forecasts robust Peninsula economy

The Home Show just like spring was early this year and that was perfect timing for anxious home builders and residents eager to get their… Continue reading

Tight Lines: Peninsula lakes offer early season action

I’m slow to emerge from my cocoon. Especially after the previous day, portaging and paddling through a wind-driven rain, the warmth of my sleeping bag… Continue reading

Caring for the Kenai finalists to make oral presentations Thursday night

High School students from across the Kenai Peninsula will be competing Thursday for $28,000 in cash awards. This year marks the 24th anniversary of the… Continue reading

Job Shadow gives KCHS Juniors a look at potential careers

For two decades juniors at Kenai Central High School (KCHS) have been able to take a day out of the classroom and into the work… Continue reading

Stream Watch program gears up for 20th year of helping out rivers

Now in its 20th year Stream Watch, founded in 1994 by the Chugach National Forest and a group of concerned citizens, is an award winning… Continue reading

Country Foods “Hometown Proud for 30 Years!”

The hometown turned out in big numbers to celebrate local family owned Country Foods 30th Anniversary last week. There were money saving specials throughout the… Continue reading

Ravn has landed… Fly Era is now Fly Ravn

Everyone who has become accustomed to flying ERA is now flying RAVN, the new name for the company that has been serving Kenai and rural… Continue reading

Taking wounded warriors fishing on Kenai gets new name

Sharing the freedom and experience of fishing on the Kenai River with those who have been wounded while protecting our freedoms through their military service… Continue reading

KPC hosts networking luncheon with Alliance

In less than a year since the opening of the new Process Technology & Instrumentation (PRT) facilities at Kenai Peninsula College Kenai River Campus, the… Continue reading

Teachers and kids take Alaska Shake Out seriously

Thursday, March 27th may not mark its place in history the way March 27th, 1964 did when a 9.2 earthquake changed Alaska topography forever. However,… Continue reading