As the Labor Day weekend got underway the Miller family, owners of Soldotna Trustworthy Hardware & Fishing, awarded $15,000 to local youth programs dedicated to sports and music.
Mon, 09/08/2014 - 10:23am
Mother Nature put the cherry on a perfect Peninsula summer for the Labor Day weekend, with sunny skies and warm temperatures making a fun family weekend and perfect day to celebrate Made in America and the labor force that drives our nation's economy.
Nearly 250 Old Timers turned out for the annual "Old Timers Dinner" August 21st at the Kenai Senior Center including the "kids" who helped serve, sell split the pot, take tickets at the door and assist with clean up.
For the last two decades the Kenai Peninsula community has chosen a Saturday in August to say thank you to the industries that provide the tax base that build our schools, pay our teachers and safety personnel, pave our roads and build our ports and harbors. The original idea of Jack Brown and the l...
With almost three months having passed since Rebecca Adam's family of four mysteriously disappeared from their home in Kenai a candlelight vigil was held last week to remember and strengthen resolve to find clues to what might have happened.
Once again wet weather plagued the Kenai Peninsula Fair in Ninilchik, but it didn't hinder bidders from paying record prices at the 4-H Junior Market Livestock (JML) auction or Home Free fans from packing the fairgrounds Saturday night.