Kenai River Festival

Kenai River Festival

25 years of recognition and celebration of the mighty Kenai River and its importance to life on the Kenai culminated at the Kenai Watershed Forum’s… Continue reading

Kenai River Festival
Hometown hero

Hometown hero

The final graduating class of 2014 from Skyview High School continues to display Panther Pride and service to our country. Recently home from completing boot… Continue reading

Hometown hero
Lemonade Day

Lemonade Day

The 4th Annual Lemonade Day shared a perfect summer weather weekend with a wide variety of events that included River Festivals, car shows, Triathlons, Air… Continue reading

Lemonade Day
Kenai National Wildlfe Refuge

Kenai National Wildlfe Refuge

On Saturday May 30th the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (KNWR), with a host of local, state and national dignitaries on hand, officially dedicated the new… Continue reading

Kenai National Wildlfe Refuge
Juneau Symphony conductor candidate Troy Quinn meets with locals during a meet-and-greet at the Baranof Hotel in November 2014.

Troy Quinn is ready to wow the Juneau audiences

Following an extensive nationwide search, the Juneau Symphony has selected a new music director and conductor to lead its orchestra: Troy Quinn of Los Angeles.… Continue reading

Juneau Symphony conductor candidate Troy Quinn meets with locals during a meet-and-greet at the Baranof Hotel in November 2014.
Kim Haskell watches over Kenzie, a 2-year-old Newfoundland, that she hoped would make a good service dog for her.

Good dog, bad dog: What happens when a service dog doesn’t work out?

Kim Haskell, a 55-year-old Juneau woman whose medical issues require her to use a wheelchair to get around, was excited to pick up her new… Continue reading

Kim Haskell watches over Kenzie, a 2-year-old Newfoundland, that she hoped would make a good service dog for her.
Annual Spill Drill tests response for virtual Cook Inlet scenario

Annual Spill Drill tests response for virtual Cook Inlet scenario

While folks were preparing their barbeque grill for Memorial Day celebrations, Tesoro and CISPRI (Cook Inlet Spill Response Inc.) were preparing and testing equipment and… Continue reading

Annual Spill Drill tests response for virtual Cook Inlet scenario
Twin City Raceway "Test and Tunes" for summer oval racing season

Twin City Raceway “Test and Tunes” for summer oval racing season

The summer racing season at Twin Cities Raceway oval dirt track got off to a smokin’ start last week as racers from around Alaska turned… Continue reading

Twin City Raceway "Test and Tunes" for summer oval racing season
Midnight Sun Big Sit turns in big specie count

Midnight Sun Big Sit turns in big specie count

The third annual 24 consecutive hour “Midnight Sun Big Sit” took place again this year during the Kenai Bird Festival. The 2015 Kenai Birding Festival’s… Continue reading

Midnight Sun Big Sit turns in big specie count
Remembering the fallen while living free: Memorial Day 2015

Remembering the fallen while living free: Memorial Day 2015

Memorial Day services in Kenai and Soldotna offered local families the opportunity to gather in remembrance of those who stood up to defend our liberties… Continue reading

Remembering the fallen while living free: Memorial Day 2015
Jeep N Alaska calls 'Jeepsters' to the Peninsula

Jeep N Alaska calls ‘Jeepsters’ to the Peninsula

For the first time ever on the Kenai Peninsula Saturday, May 16th, found local Jeep owners and lovers participating in what will hopefully become an… Continue reading

Jeep N Alaska calls 'Jeepsters' to the Peninsula
SoHi Junior heads to Finland for World Power Lifting Competition

SoHi Junior heads to Finland for World Power Lifting Competition

Keeping physically fit is a lot of work, imagine the work and ability it takes to become one of the best powerlifters in the world.… Continue reading

SoHi Junior heads to Finland for World Power Lifting Competition
Torch Run raises funds for local Special Olympic Athletes

Torch Run raises funds for local Special Olympic Athletes

Putting chills up your spine and making those hairs stand up on the back of your neck, our local athletes and law enforcement officers displayed… Continue reading

Torch Run raises funds for local Special Olympic Athletes
First time racer takes Alaska Soapbox Derby Championship in Kenai

First time racer takes Alaska Soapbox Derby Championship in Kenai

Lifetime memories were made Saturday, May 16th at the running of the 9th Annual Kenai Soapbox Derby sponsored by the Kenai Rotary Club and this… Continue reading

First time racer takes Alaska Soapbox Derby Championship in Kenai
Happy times as 166 Grades walk into their future with KPC degrees

Happy times as 166 Grades walk into their future with KPC degrees

Surrounded by friends and family in the Renee C. Henderson Auditorium, Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) proudly graduated 166 students at this year’s 45th annual 2015… Continue reading

Happy times as 166 Grades walk into their future with KPC degrees
The Big Tops down but so are prices at WaterWorks

The Big Tops down but so are prices at WaterWorks

The WaterWorks tent may be down at the “Y” in Soldotna, but the rubber ducky remains on her perch as the “Under the Big Top”… Continue reading

The Big Tops down but so are prices at WaterWorks
Kids collecting trash help Kenai River Spring Cleanup

Kids collecting trash help Kenai River Spring Cleanup

As the budding leaves and warmer temperatures bring promise of the summer season and hours spent enjoying the mighty Kenai River, members of our community… Continue reading

Kids collecting trash help Kenai River Spring Cleanup
Soldotna Chamber Breakfast & Benefits survey paint positive prospective

Soldotna Chamber Breakfast & Benefits survey paint positive prospective

For the second year the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce (SCC) has invited its members to a free informational breakfast and benefits program. About 238 members… Continue reading

Soldotna Chamber Breakfast & Benefits survey paint positive prospective
SBS Grand re-opening of Soldotna Store is a cuatomer's treat.

SBS Grand re-opening of Soldotna Store is a cuatomer’s treat.

While driving by the intersection of the Sterling Highway and K-Beach Rd. in Soldotna you have most assuredly become familiar with the friendly words of… Continue reading

SBS Grand re-opening of Soldotna Store is a cuatomer's treat.
Heather and Heather make gifts together.

Heather and Heather make gifts together.

Whether you’ve lost your shirt, or just want to make a statement with what your wearing you’ll find the custom gift, shirt or jacket that… Continue reading

Heather and Heather make gifts together.