Ladies land the big ones

Ladies land the big ones

Nearly 90 female business leaders from across Alaska gathered for the 8th annual Kenai River Women’s Classic, a three-day networking and fundraising educational event that… Continue reading

Ladies land the big ones

WWII-era tugboat sinks in Gastineau Channel

The 96-foot tugboat Challenger was born in August 1944 in Wilmington, California. It died about 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015. It was 71 years… Continue reading

Soup supper helps Food Bank solve hunger

From its humble beginnings the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank’s Soup Supper has grown tremendously to where it now overflows the entire Kenai Central High School… Continue reading

KPAR selects Marti Pepper as Realtor of the Year at Annual Membership meeting

The Kenai Peninsula Association of REALTORS® (KPAR) gathered August 27th for their annual General Membership Meeting and Board of Director Election. Marti Pepper with Redoubt… Continue reading

Appreciation for the hand that feed us.

Appreciation for the hand that feed us.

Twenty five years ago when consensus was the Cook Inlet was a declining oil field and support industry was shuttering their doors on the North… Continue reading

Appreciation for the hand that feed us.
Eat Salmon

Eat Salmon

About 200 people gathered at Soldotna Creek Park Thursday August 27 not only to eat salmon, but also to save salmon. Local conservation, sport fishing,… Continue reading

Eat Salmon
Rotary takes on Arc Lake projest

Rotary takes on Arc Lake projest

“When the Kenai River-Soldotna Rotary Club was formed, the club got involved in the Highway Cleanup project like other organizations around the peninsula,” said Rotarian… Continue reading

Rotary takes on Arc Lake projest
Sullivan brings Washington to vets

Sullivan brings Washington to vets

An idea that started in Alaska to provide better care by the Veterans Administration for vets known as the Veterans Access, Choice & Accountability Act… Continue reading

Sullivan brings Washington to vets
Homeless Connect address the local problem

Homeless Connect address the local problem

For the last few years groups, agencies and individuals have been getting together to address the problem of homelessness on the Kenai Peninsula under the… Continue reading

Homeless Connect address the local problem
Old timers enjoy turkey dinner

Old timers enjoy turkey dinner

The 20th Anniversary of the Old Timers Luncheon packed the Kenai Senior Center to its capacity August 20th for a delicious turkey dinner with all… Continue reading

Old timers enjoy turkey dinner
Livestock auction continues

Livestock auction continues

The Kenai Peninsula Fair in Ninilchik has a long tradition closing out the summer on Alaska’s Playground with rain and mud and fun times for… Continue reading

Livestock auction continues
Fun at Carnival

Fun at Carnival

After a summer of mostly perfect weekends the Sterling Community Center drew one of the wettest this year for their first Sterling Community Center Fun… Continue reading

Fun at Carnival
Recipe - Seasons Best (FW15 SB)

Family dining action

(NAPS)—Here’s an idea many families may warm up to: You can cook up some togetherness and nourish your relationships when you create great, comforting and… Continue reading

Recipe - Seasons Best (FW15 SB)
Grill opens

Grill opens

“The Place” has been an iconic location for oil field workers on the North Rd. for nearly 50 years. A home away from home for… Continue reading

Grill opens
Guide  takes kids fishing

Guide takes kids fishing

For the last five years the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula and the Kenai River Foundation, an association of professional fishing guides… Continue reading

Guide  takes kids fishing

Arby’s wins Award

For a franchise store to capture a national award is a great achievement. Last week local family owners of Arby’s of Alaska Mike and Ted… Continue reading

Military kids catch fish during 9th Annual Kenai River Jr. Classic

Military kids catch fish during 9th Annual Kenai River Jr. Classic

It was the smiles on the faces of the kids that caught their first fish or zoomed down the Kenai River rocking and rolling over… Continue reading

Military kids catch fish during 9th Annual Kenai River Jr. Classic
Big John's opens new package store on K-Beach

Big John’s opens new package store on K-Beach

Changes of convenience have come to the corner of K-Beach and Poppy Lane thanks to the renovations and opening of a new liquor store at… Continue reading

Big John's opens new package store on K-Beach
Festival showcases Alaskan craft beer

Festival showcases Alaskan craft beer

The reputation of the Kenai Peninsula Beer Festival continues to grow as a summer “Best Time Ever” event throughout Alaska, the lower 48 and Europe.… Continue reading

Festival showcases Alaskan craft beer
Wounded heroes experience Kenai River

Wounded heroes experience Kenai River

While many folks are enjoying the wonders of Alaska and freedoms of America there are those who daily put on a military uniform to do… Continue reading

Wounded heroes experience Kenai River