While the name Seavey has become synonymous with Iditarod champions and “Ididaride” sled dog rides for tourists from Seward to Sterling, in 2015 Safia and Danny Seavey intend to become known as the place on the Peninsula for bridal and formal attire for all occasions. With over 900 dresses in st...
Chad Harley was one of the final classmen to graduate from Skyview High School in the spring of 2014. Harley returned to spend the holidays with his family in Soldotna, but this time as Pvt. Chad Harley, U.S. Marine Corp.
While December 31st was the final day in history for the year 2014, it was also the last day that Dennis Swarner, OD and Robert O'Connell OD left work as owners of the Kenai Vision Center. It was 1975 when Dr.
Mon, 01/05/2015 - 11:04am
Alaska's new U.S. Senator elect Dan Sullivan made a holiday sweep through the Peninsula to express appreciation to his supporters and meet with constituents about coming issues facing the nation and Alaska.
Mon, 12/29/2014 - 11:10am
Standing at Salvation Army Kettles has been a Rotary tradition since the first club was chartered in Soldotna in 1979, thanks to the efforts of legendary Alaskan aviator Fred Chambers and Unocal plant manager George Ford.
Mon, 12/29/2014 - 11:09am
For a quarter of a century local birders have participated in the annual Christmas Bird Count thanks to the efforts of folks like Jack Sinclair, Toby Burke and Ken Tarbox.
Mon, 12/29/2014 - 11:03am
Recently the Kenai Peninsula 4-H District was fortunate to receive an invitation to participate in the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center's (AWCC) Wood Bison Restoration Project pre-release roundup.
At the December 10th Soldotna City Council meeting members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH) that included 93-year-old Soldotna resident Bill Fields, who fought on Okinawa in WWII, presented a plaque of appreciation to the City of Soldotna for their assistance in making the memorial t...