Now in its 20th year Stream Watch, founded in 1994 by the Chugach National Forest and a group of concerned citizens, is an award winning volunteer program that promotes river stewardship on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula.
In less than a year since the opening of the new Process Technology & Instrumentation (PRT) facilities at Kenai Peninsula College Kenai River Campus, the program has produced amazing results for students and industry looking for qualified workers.
Sharing the freedom and experience of fishing on the Kenai River with those who have been wounded while protecting our freedoms through their military service has become a moniker for professional guides on the Peninsula.
After a career that has spanned four decade,s Central Emergency Services (CES) Fire Marshall Gary Gale will be hanging up his boots come the first of May, The only fire engines he’ll be shinning will be the thousands of toys he has collected through the years. “There just are not enough words to...
Tom and Lynn Hodel left their Soldotna Pharmacy as owners for the last time Friday, March 21st after a parade of friends and customers came by to wish them well and thanks for their service over the years. "This will be a whole new experience for us.
To soak it up on the other side at the new Waterworks location of course! For years the Peninsula's largest rubber ducky has been located at the "Y" in Soldotna heralding "Alaska's Hot Water Experts" location next to Chez Moi Boutique.
With extended hours this year the Annual Peninsula Job Fair not only set an all-time record but exceeded last year's attendance by nearly 35%, according to Rachel O'Brien, employment security supervisor for the State of Alaska Dept.