Popular Redoubt Elementary principal moves to new post

Popular Redoubt Elementary principal moves to new post

As school let out for the summer at Redoubt Elementary, the traditional faculty led wave to departing buses was also a departing wave for Principal… Continue reading

Popular Redoubt Elementary principal moves to new post
New Shipping Zone in Kenai offers something for everyone!

New Shipping Zone in Kenai offers something for everyone!

Kenai residents, visitors and local businesses now have the convenience of a new Shipping Zone (SZ) in the area. SZ is a FedEx Authorized ShipCenter,… Continue reading

New Shipping Zone in Kenai offers something for everyone!
24th Annual God & Country Rally precedes Independence Day

24th Annual God & Country Rally precedes Independence Day

“The clustered stars and the steadfast bars, the red, the white and the blue!” A couple hundred people turned out for the 24th Annual Happy… Continue reading

24th Annual God & Country Rally precedes Independence Day
Hometown heroes honored at Kenai Independence Day Parade

Hometown heroes honored at Kenai Independence Day Parade

The magic of Independence Day and the love of liberty was passed on to yet another generation thanks to efforts of the Kenai Chamber of… Continue reading

Hometown heroes honored at Kenai Independence Day Parade

Boys and Girls Club served 8,800 lunches in the month of June.

School may be out for the summer but lunches for kids are still being served at Boys & Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula with… Continue reading

Life on the Kenai “Retrospective” work by Thor Evenson & Equine photos by Ivy

“Thor Evenson Retrospective,” is the new summer art show at the Kenai Fine Arts Center downtown Kenai between the Bingo Hall and Keen Eye Joe’s… Continue reading

An Outdoor View: Fishing not just for fun

Author’s note: The following is an open letter to the Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish. — LP   Thank you for… Continue reading

Aquaculture donates fresh salmon to Food Bank

Aquaculture donates fresh salmon to Food Bank

At a time when donations are down to the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank and needs are high, the Cook Inlet Aquaculture Assoc. (CIAA) donated two… Continue reading

Aquaculture donates fresh salmon to Food Bank

Fishing report: Good time to chase rainbows

With king salmon fishing slow and a lull in the numbers of sockeye moving into the Kenai River, now might be a good time to… Continue reading

Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion  A freshly caught grayling on Crescent Lake on June 16, 2015 in the Kenai Mountains. Guides say that has the lake water heats up, so does the grayling fishing.

Hungry grayling await ambitious anglers

Few things are as rewarding for a beginning fly fisherman than a forgiving fish that will bite at just about anything. For those willing to… Continue reading

Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion  A freshly caught grayling on Crescent Lake on June 16, 2015 in the Kenai Mountains. Guides say that has the lake water heats up, so does the grayling fishing.
Kenai Air Show

Kenai Air Show

The second Saturday of June brings to the Kenai and Soldotna airports the Annual Kenai Air Fair. The idea of Kenai Airport manager Mary Bondurant,… Continue reading

Kenai Air Show
EXCEL joins concstruction academy

EXCEL joins concstruction academy

For several years the Kenai Peninsula Construction Academy has been training those interested locally in learning a trade or skill, thanks to Bob Hammer who… Continue reading

EXCEL joins concstruction academy
Evening by the River

Evening by the River

Thursday, June 11th, the who’s who of the Central Peninsula donned their favorite apparel for an “Evening by the River”, the 7th Annual Fundraiser for… Continue reading

Evening by the River
Madden joins Soldotna Chiropracctic Clinic

Madden joins Soldotna Chiropracctic Clinic

Dr. Greg Madden, DC has recently joined Dr. Endsley and his team at Soldotna Chiropractic Clinic at the corner of Redoubt and Binkley to help… Continue reading

Madden joins Soldotna Chiropracctic Clinic
Soldotna trustworthy celebrates 10 years at new store

Soldotna trustworthy celebrates 10 years at new store

Ten years ago Paul Miller and his family moved their popular Soldotna Trustworthy Hardware & Fishing to a brand new location and building on the… Continue reading

Soldotna trustworthy celebrates 10 years at new store
CPH offers Breast Health navigators

CPH offers Breast Health navigators

Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH) recently introduced a new program for community members faced with the daunting challenge of a breast cancer diagnosis. Along with the… Continue reading

CPH offers Breast Health navigators
Alaskan Legends: 'Two Rusty Ravens'

Alaskan Legends: ‘Two Rusty Ravens’

As Alaska’s official Balladeer Hobo Jim put into song, “This is the Land where legends are born!” Two such legends, internationally acclaimed horn carving artist… Continue reading

Alaskan Legends: 'Two Rusty Ravens'
Artzy Market opens at historic Soldotna site

Artzy Market opens at historic Soldotna site

Operated by local artists and craftsman, three new stores are now open at the historic location of the Gouderman homestead just before the north bank… Continue reading

Artzy Market opens at historic Soldotna site
North Star Metals opens metal roof manufacturing plant

North Star Metals opens metal roof manufacturing plant

For decades Alaska’s leaders have been calling for economic diversification with manufacturing of products other than our natural resources. Alaskans are mindful of shipping costs… Continue reading

North Star Metals opens metal roof manufacturing plant
Youth Leadership team dedicated

Youth Leadership team dedicated

Alaska bears some of the most drastic statistics in terms of drug and alcohol abuse, which are associated with domestic violence. Changing those statistics have… Continue reading

Youth Leadership team dedicated