At her 103rd birthday party last September Wilma Ellington was already excited about how her Denver Broncos were looking early in the season. It must have been her wish when she blew out her candles her wish was to see the Broncos in another Super Bowl.
The second "Odie's Deli" is now open at the Kenai Airport. It'a great news for travelers and residents of the All America City who will be happy to have local access to the famous Odie's Big Sandwich and home made delicious soups.
The Women's Center of the Peninsula on Binkley Street in Soldotna is a testimony to the progress in the quality of life and health care that has been made in the community over the last few decades. From two physicians Dr. Gaede MD and Dr.
Shana Sheeha of the Spirit of Youth organization came to Kenai in the waning weeks of 2013 to interview Moira Pyhala, a junior at Skyview High School who has been nominated for the Spirit of Youth Award.
For twenty years a holiday tradition for the Central Peninsula has been the delightful voices of children caroling. Thanks to Becky Dwinell, fondly know as Miss Becky at Cook Inlet Academy where she has taught pre-school and kindergarten for two decades.
“A New Year brings new expectations,” is a reply that Skyview High School’s wrestling coach Neldon Gardner often told his students when he asked them to raise the bar and look at winning at regional’s and going to state, “They might tell me, well gee coach I didn’t even win a match last ...
Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:59pm
A teen center in Soldotna has been in the planning for a long time. Sen. Peter Micciche started talking about it when he was first elected to the Soldotna City Council and through his two terms as city mayor before he was elected to the state senate.