For the last five years members of the United Steel Workers local 4959 have sponsored a free community picnic to celebrate the real meaning of Labor Day, not just the last three day weekend of the summer: Jobs, for local families and products that are made in the U.S.A so that we keep those jobs in ...
Mon, 09/14/2015 - 1:30pm
The Jerry V. Horn Memorial VFW Post # 10046 provides services and fellowship to all veterans of foreign wars and auxiliary members year round.
Mon, 09/14/2015 - 1:31pm
The Tsalteshi Trails held their first ever kids-only community race that saw 35 youth under age 15 challenge a very special guest star appearance from the Kenai Kardinal.
The Kenai Peninsula Association of REALTORS® (KPAR) gathered August 27th for their annual General Membership Meeting and Board of Director Election.
Marti Pepper with Redoubt Realty was chosen as the REALTOR® of the Year.
Twenty five years ago when consensus was the Cook Inlet was a declining oil field and support industry was shuttering their doors on the North Road, Jack Brown and the late Aaron Goforth decided to through a festival to appreciate the goose that laid the golden egg. It was called Industry Appreciati...
About 200 people gathered at Soldotna Creek Park Thursday August 27 not only to eat salmon, but also to save salmon. Local conservation, sport fishing, and commercial fishing groups came together to celebrate salmon on the Kenai Peninsula.
"When the Kenai River-Soldotna Rotary Club was formed, the club got involved in the Highway Cleanup project like other organizations around the peninsula," said Rotarian and past club president Tom Janz.
An idea that started in Alaska to provide better care by the Veterans Administration for vets known as the Veterans Access, Choice & Accountability Act seems to have backfired for Alaskan vets according to freshman U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan (R) Alaska.