Quick Lane Tire & Auto celebrated their 1st Anniversary of quality car care in Kenai with a customer appreciation barbeque that featured delicious pulled pork from Moose River Barbeque in Sterling.
Moving to the Peninsula from Wasilla was "Coming Home" says Hospice of the Central Peninsula's new executive director Sandra Kerns, MEd.
Thinking globally, eating locally grown produce can help reduce global warming says Farmers Fresh Market manager Dan Funk of the Kenai Soil and Water Conservation District.
Allison Ostrander, "Allie" is a familiar name to Alaskans especially those who love to run. Weighing less than an Alaskan mosquito, Allie at only 16 years of age has back to back Mt.
For the last four years locally owned Soldotna Trustworthy Hardware & Fishing has been raffling a Willie Boat for the benefit of local youth sport and music programs.
It's been five years since Mike has opened Sweeney's Warehouse for a summer sale and he admits the motivation for this year's opening was from his grand kids.
The Golden Wedding Anniversary bells were ringing recently for several well known community couples. Dennis and Kathryn Gease of Kenai and Dave and Betty Lowery of Soldotna.
On the day before the grand opening of the new Peninsula Radiation Oncology Center, Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH) held the Third Annual "Setting of the Stones" in the CPH Peace Garden.
It might have been the nicest weekend the Kenai Kennel Club has ever had since they began hosting dog shows in 1970.
The annual Rotary Unity Run draws people of all ages from all over the country not just to run or walk, but to make a statement about the unity in comm-unity.
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