Two of the warmest, sunniest weeks that anyone can remember on the Kenai have been followed by two rainy weekends in a row drenching typically busy events scheduled to accommodate family fun on Alaska's Playground and draw pre-salmon run visitors.
Mon, 06/27/2016 - 3:32pm
What started as a “Caring for the Kenai” idea and entry in 1990 to provide sustainable produce to rural communities and reduce the carbon footprint of shipping vegetables to Alaska today has become a thriving agricultural business known as Ridgeway Farms. Amber Ala, a SoHi junior submitted a mod...
At the site in Kenai where many Alaskan legends were born and historic figures like Jay Hammond, Ted Stevens, Walter Hickel and Hugh Malone gathered to carve out plans for Alaska's future, comes the new "Iditarod Café.
Mon, 06/27/2016 - 3:28pm
The new Kenai River Brewing facility was officially dedicated and ribbon cut last week as hundreds turned out to wish the co-owners and workers success.
Mon, 06/27/2016 - 3:02pm
The 26th Kenai River Festival may have missed the warm sunny weather that moved into the Peninsula the day after the Festival, but as Dan Pascucci reminded folks Saturday, “Without the rain and snow we wouldn’t have the mighty Kenai River, so let’s celebrate the rain and the River.” And cele...
Mon, 06/20/2016 - 3:24pm
You may have heard talk of something happening at the end of Cannery Rd. on the mouth of the Kenai River where once the Columbia Ward Cannery processed millions of salmon beginning in 1912 and being rebuilt after a fire in 1921.
Mon, 06/20/2016 - 1:50pm
In the midst of one of the busiest and wettest weekends of the year dancers gathered in doors at the Forever Dance Alaska studio in Soldotna to “Dance for Hope!” An event organized by Forever Dance owner Darcy Swanson, “We wanted to get our dancers involved in community service and experiencin...
The annual summer art show preview and reception was held at the Kenai Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center (KCCVC) Thursday, June 2nd. Guests not only got to see the new showing of local artists, but vote for their favorite piece.