"The Place" has been an iconic location for oil field workers on the North Rd. for nearly 50 years. A home away from home for those who came from all over the world to build the oil and gas industry in the Cook Inlet and Kenai Peninsula.
For the last five years the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula and the Kenai River Foundation, an association of professional fishing guides have partnered to take 60 some local youth fishing on the Kenai River in August.
For a franchise store to capture a national award is a great achievement. Last week local family owners of Arby's of Alaska Mike and Ted Navarre presented Tamara Johns, Soldotna Arby's store manager with her seventh Triple Ace Award.
It was the smiles on the faces of the kids that caught their first fish or zoomed down the Kenai River rocking and rolling over the waves that truly told the story of the 9th Annual Kenai River Junior Classic.
While many folks are enjoying the wonders of Alaska and freedoms of America there are those who daily put on a military uniform to do the job of preserving those freedoms, accepting the risks and harms that can come from their job.
Four years ago Scott and Brian Miller of the family owned Soldotna Trustworthy Hardware & Fishing, who went to school here and have children now in school here, thought they'd lend a hand to local youth sporting activities and organizations.
The final running of the 2015 Salmon Run Series was held Wednesday, August 5th on a perfect sunny day at the Tsalteshi Trails. The 20th race since Alli Ostrander came up with the idea as a freshman for her Caring for the Kenai assignment.