Job Shadow gives KCHS Juniors a look at potential careers

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

Job Shadow gives KCHS Juniors a look at potential careers
Stream Watch program gears up for 20th year of helping out rivers

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

Stream Watch program gears up for 20th year of helping out rivers
Country Foods "Hometown Proud for 30 Years!"

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

Country Foods "Hometown Proud for 30 Years!"
Ravn has landed... Fly Era is now Fly Ravn

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

Ravn has landed... Fly Era is now Fly Ravn
Taking wounded warriors fishing on Kenai gets new name

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

Taking wounded warriors fishing on Kenai gets new name
KPC hosts networking luncheon with Alliance

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

KPC hosts networking luncheon with Alliance
Teachers and kids take Alaska Shake Out seriously

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

Teachers and kids take Alaska Shake Out seriously
Capt. Burn-ee & Edith plan May retirement

Capt. Burn-ee & Edith plan May retirement

After a career that has spanned four decade,s Central Emergency Services (CES) Fire Marshall Gary Gale will be hanging up his boots come the first… Continue reading

Capt. Burn-ee & Edith plan May retirement
Community wishes Tom & Lynn Hodel a Happy Retirement

Community wishes Tom & Lynn Hodel a Happy Retirement

Tom and Lynn Hodel left their Soldotna Pharmacy as owners for the last time Friday, March 21st after a parade of friends and customers came… Continue reading

Community wishes Tom & Lynn Hodel a Happy Retirement
Why did the Waterworks rubber ducky cross the road?

Why did the Waterworks rubber ducky cross the road?

To soak it up on the other side at the new Waterworks location of course! For years the Peninsula’s largest rubber ducky has been located… Continue reading

Why did the Waterworks rubber ducky cross the road?
Annual Job Fair sets record attendance

Annual Job Fair sets record attendance

With extended hours this year the Annual Peninsula Job Fair not only set an all-time record but exceeded last year’s attendance by nearly 35%, according… Continue reading

Annual Job Fair sets record attendance
Community service prodigy gets recognized by Rotary

Community service prodigy gets recognized by Rotary

At a recent district workshop in Anchorage Soldotna Rotary past President Marcus Mueller was a speaker at a training workshop. Due to a scheduling conflict… Continue reading

Community service prodigy gets recognized by Rotary
Skyview Interact sponsors Zumbathon benefit for Cystic Fibrosis

Skyview Interact sponsors Zumbathon benefit for Cystic Fibrosis

Rotary Kenai River Interact Club hosted their first Zumbathon last week to raise funds to fight Cystic Fibrosis. The Interact Club at Skyview High School… Continue reading

Skyview Interact sponsors Zumbathon benefit for Cystic Fibrosis
Dancers rehearse for Sky-High's last Mass Dance Concert

Dancers rehearse for Sky-High’s last Mass Dance Concert

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District’s (KPBSD) Mass Dance concert April 4th & 5th will be an historic one for alumni, students and faculty of… Continue reading

Dancers rehearse for Sky-High's last Mass Dance Concert
Snow Squall holds as 23rd St. Patrick's Day parade passes by

Snow Squall holds as 23rd St. Patrick’s Day parade passes by

Over the last 23 years Alaska’s only St. Patrick’s Day parade has experienced everything the weatherman has to offer, from bitter cold, sleet, snow and… Continue reading

Snow Squall holds as 23rd St. Patrick's Day parade passes by

Bear necessities: Fishing in bear country

Having just seen Dan Bigley’s recent presentation at Kenai Peninsula College and with the continual progression toward spring, the time seems ripe for talking about… Continue reading

Final 12 selected for 24th Annual Caring for the Kenai competition

Final 12 selected for 24th Annual Caring for the Kenai competition

With high schools from Homer to Seward participating in this year’s Caring for the Kenai (CFK) environmental and disaster preparedness contest, a panel of eight… Continue reading

Final 12 selected for 24th Annual Caring for the Kenai competition
Town Hall meetings popular on the Peninsula

Town Hall meetings popular on the Peninsula

In the day of light speed communication, social media, e-mail, texting and hand held communication devices, residents of the Kenai Peninsula have shown that they… Continue reading

Town Hall meetings popular on the Peninsula
KPHA U-16 Girls Tier II Ice Hawks head to national competition

KPHA U-16 Girls Tier II Ice Hawks head to national competition

After taking the regional title the KPHA U-16 Girls Tier II Ice Hawks will compete for their first national championship in Amherst, N. Y., a… Continue reading

KPHA U-16 Girls Tier II Ice Hawks head to national competition
Valerie Hartzell's performance makes "string theory" reality

Valerie Hartzell’s performance makes “string theory” reality

The first ever classical guitar concert in Soldotna gave credence to the theory that multi-universes may be connected at the primary level of creation by… Continue reading

Valerie Hartzell's performance makes "string theory" reality