At the first Clash of the Culinary Kings for the benefit of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, Flats Bistro Chef Daniel Haag was the last king standing.
Mon, 03/30/2015 - 4:44pm
The Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) Kenai River Campus has been host to several beneficial community gatherings recently. First was a visit from U.S.
Mon, 03/30/2015 - 4:35pm
There were a lot of people looking for work and a lot professions looking for workers as evidenced by the nearly 700 who attended the March 25th Career Fair put on by the Job Center in Kenai.
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The name of astronaut John Glen, the first man to orbit the earth will never be forgotten. The team of rocket pioneers that put him there and returned him safely to earth however were the un-sung heroes of the U.S. Mercury Space program.
The theme of the 36th Annual Home Show that opens this weekend is "Be Inspired" and that is exactly what Iron Dog legend Scott Davis did at the Kenai Peninsula Builders Assoc. (KPBA) meeting last week.
Alaska's only St. Patrick's Day parade was treated to a spring perfect day that Boston would have canceled a tea party for. In the 21 years of the parades history this March 17th was sunny and warmer than many past 4th of July and Progress Days parades.
For many years Bob Sizemore has sponsored the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce student of the month lunches, giving educators an opportunity to honor hard working students and showcase their efforts to the business community.
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 judges from the professional community selected twelve Kenai Peninsula Borough high school students to compete for over $30,000 in cash a...