Photographer honors “Fleeting Images” of lives lost at Dachau and a soldier who fought there.

Through October 10th at the Gary Freeburg Gallery at KPC a unique and moving array of photographs by Joe Kashi are on display. The show… Continue reading

Experience authentic south of the border family cuisine at Acapulco Soldotna

Experience authentic south of the border family cuisine at Acapulco Soldotna

The newly remodeled Acapulco Mexican Restaurant in Soldotna offers a new ambiance for family diners with the same authentic Mexican delicious dishes and pizza too.… Continue reading

Experience authentic south of the border family cuisine at Acapulco Soldotna
Stanley Ford fills the Focus to help local school children
Stanley Ford fills the Focus to help local school children
More Hometown Heroes complete U.S. Marine boot camp

More Hometown Heroes complete U.S. Marine boot camp

Two more U.S. Marine Hometown Heroes recently completed their basic training and have proudly entered service to the United States. Christopher Works graduated from SoHi… Continue reading

More Hometown Heroes complete U.S. Marine boot camp
Installation Services LLC does it all for Stoves, Chimneys & Fireplaces

Installation Services LLC does it all for Stoves, Chimneys & Fireplaces

Whether you want a new stove or fireplace to cozy up to this fall or need your chimney cleaned and inspected, Installation Services LLC on… Continue reading

Installation Services LLC does it all for Stoves, Chimneys & Fireplaces

An Outdoor View: Rigged and ramblin’

Author’s note: This column, edited slightly for brevity, previously appeared Dec. 9, 1988, in “The Tides,” a Clarion supplement.   For reasons that defy logic,… Continue reading

National People Appreciation Week at McDonalds

National People Appreciation Week at McDonalds

Scott & Dena Cunningham congratulate McDonald’s area supervisor Pepper Burnett on her 20th Anniversary of service with them at McDonald’s of the Kenai Peninsula. The… Continue reading

National People Appreciation Week at McDonalds
Grandma Ellington starts her 105th lap around the sun

Grandma Ellington starts her 105th lap around the sun

As Wilma Ellington begins another lap around the sun, she says she’s feeling pretty good having completed her 104th year on planet earth where she… Continue reading

Grandma Ellington starts her 105th lap around the sun
More space for HOPE... The Power of Partnership

More space for HOPE… The Power of Partnership

A new facility is now underway for HOPE Community Resources on K-Beach Rd. “HOPE has been around for over forty years originally starting in Anchorage… Continue reading

More space for HOPE... The Power of Partnership
Alaska Rubber & Rigging Supply opens Kenai branch with free barbeque

Alaska Rubber & Rigging Supply opens Kenai branch with free barbeque

Alaska Rubber & Rigging Supply has been serving Alaska’s industrial since the 1980’s and now has opened a branch in Kenai to better service the… Continue reading

Alaska Rubber & Rigging Supply opens Kenai branch with free barbeque
Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion  Molly Dischner, of Anchorage, shows off a freshly caught coho salmon September 1, 2014 on the Kenai River.

Fall fishing in full swing

As the days grow cooler and the last of the summer swell of tourists leave town, anglers looking for a calmer experience on Kenai Peninsula… Continue reading

Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion  Molly Dischner, of Anchorage, shows off a freshly caught coho salmon September 1, 2014 on the Kenai River.

PJ’s Family Restaurant now offers gluten free goodies

PJ’s popular family restaurant located in the former Sourdough Sal’s iconic location in Soldotna is now offering a variety of delicious gluten free Danish, cookies,… Continue reading

Flips, Jumps & Bumps at 5th Soldotna Bike Skate & Scoot challenge

“Where the rubber meets the air!” is a fitting description of the Annual Soldotna Bike/Skate & Scooter challenge. Five years ago then Soldotna Mayor Peter… Continue reading

Kenai Friends of the Libary prepare for Mega Book Sale!

Kenai Friends of the Libary prepare for Mega Book Sale!

Last year the Friends of the Kenai Library book sale didn’t happen, so this weekend they are having a Mega Book Sale this weekend September… Continue reading

Kenai Friends of the Libary prepare for Mega Book Sale!

Annual Soup Supper “Super” success for Food Bank

The Kenai Peninsula Food Bank’s annual Soup Supper & Auction grossed more funds in August than any other event in the last 18 years, according… Continue reading

An Outdoor View: Test your freezer IQ

Following is a quiz that will put your freezer knowledge to the test. The answers are below. 1. A home freezer should maintain a temperature… Continue reading

Old Timers lunch where even the "Kids" are Old Timers

Old Timers lunch where even the “Kids” are Old Timers

Nearly 250 Old Timers turned out for the annual “Old Timers Dinner” August 21st at the Kenai Senior Center including the “kids” who helped serve,… Continue reading

Old Timers lunch where even the "Kids" are Old Timers
Kenai River Classic embarks on 3rd decade... ladies catch the big ones!

Kenai River Classic embarks on 3rd decade… ladies catch the big ones!

Even though the mighty Kenai kings are no longer the target of the Kenai River Sportfishing Assoc. (KRSA) annual Kenai River Classic, the event remains… Continue reading

Kenai River Classic embarks on 3rd decade... ladies catch the big ones!
Sister City Youth Sports Exchange is life changing experience

Sister City Youth Sports Exchange is life changing experience

The first Sister City Youth Sports exchange took place this summer in Akita Japan with a delegation of six Kenai Central High School volleyball team… Continue reading

Sister City Youth Sports Exchange is life changing experience

KPAR selects Realtor of the Year at Annual Membership meeting

The Kenai Peninsula Association of Realtors (KPAR) gathered August 21st for their annual General Membership Meeting and Board of Director Election. “We are happy to… Continue reading