The raindrops and red salmon were intermittent Wednesday as setnetters on the east side of the Cook Inlet fished a 12-hour opener - the first of the season for the Kenai and East Forelands section of the fishery.
A drill rig will likely be starting work again later this year near Anchor Point. BlueCrest Energy Inc. plans to begin drilling later this year at the offshore Cosmopolitan oil and gas discovery in Cook Inlet, company officials say.
Twin Cities Raceway had a big holiday weekend of stock car racing. The results follow:
July 4 results at Twin Cities Raceway
Heat 1 С 1. Jimmie Hale; 2. Keith Jones; 3. Dean DeVaney; 4. ... Read More
Mountain bikers have a new trail to shred on the central Kenai Peninsula. After three weeks of cutting through moss, roots and fallen trees, volunteers have finished a mile-long singletrack through the woods at Tsalteshi Trails.
Growing up on the farm in northern Colorado was a lot of fun but a lot of work to. In the early years in the 1940s, dad and mom and grandma and grandpa, uncles, Les, Marvin and Norman and Aunt Ruth would plan a picnic at Estes Park for weeks before Fourth of July-or as dad called it Independence Day.
It’s time once again to celebrate our nation’s independence! Will you do so with parades, picnics, parties or prayers? Will you gather with family or friends or maybe spend some time alone? There is much to be thankful for and few things are of greater benefit than giving thanks whenever and ...
Two big days for the Kenai Chamber of Commerce as they moved the traditional January Awards dinner to an Awards Luncheon June 25th just nine days before the 4th of July Parade, the Chamber's biggest event of the year.