For the last three years members of the United Steel Workers(USW) Local Alaska 4959 have sponsored a community picnic to revive the real meaning of the Labor Day Holiday, which as become prominently recognized as the last long weekend of summer.
There was a huge turn out at this year's Old Timers Supper at the Kenai Senior Center. "I didn't get an official count yet, but we had a full house that's for sure," said co-organizer and long time Peninsula pioneer Peggy Arness.
It's been 20 years since U.S. Senator Ted Stevens thought it would be in the best interest of Alaskans to share the experience of the greatest sport fishing river in the world with business leaders and politicians from across America.
Kenai Peninsula College Kenai River Campus picked one of the only sunny days in August to have their historic ribbon cutting and dedication of two new facilities; the $15 and a quarter million dollar Career and Technical Education Center and the nearly $18 million dollar Residence Hall, which has be...
A little wet weather has never bothered the Peninsula State Fair goers. Now with new facilities and walkways this year's visitors were hardly inconvenienced in the slightest.
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When the red salmon run in the Kenai River peaks, the school district begins to gear-up in earnest for the new school year. Dr.
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What started as a promise to invest in a bike park and have an annual competition if the bikers and skate boarders would keep their sport off the streets and away from businesses has proven to be a greater success than even former Mayor Peter Micciche anticipated, “It’s amazing how far these kid...