The new Alaska State Trooper military grade tactical response vehicle (TRV) delivered to the Peninsula earlier this year has already proven its effectiveness in protecting officers and saving lives in recent situations.
A doctor's vision, the dream of many and the hope of residents of the Kenai Peninsula became reality last week as the ribbon was cut at the grand opening of the new Peninsula Radiation Oncology Center adjacent to Central Peninsula Hospital.
Great news for hungry Alaskan's that love those Black Jaxx barbeque ribs, brisket and chicken done to perfection by Harold and Nikki Blunt.
Mon, 07/15/2013 - 12:30pm
While millions across America sweltered in near 100 degree temperatures with almost equal humidity this 4th of July, in Kenai it was a perfect cool cloudy 50 degrees for the traditional Independence Day Parade put on by the Kenai Chamber of Commerce.
Mon, 07/08/2013 - 1:46pm
While the recent cool, damp weather has reduced the fire danger on the Peninsula from extreme to moderate, firefighters at the Alaska Division of Forestry Kenai/Kodiak station remind everyone that the wild fire season is far from over in Alaska.
Mon, 07/08/2013 - 1:44pm
It all started ten years ago with professional baseball umpire Joe Maletesta's love of the game and love for those who rarely got to play it because of disabilities.
Mon, 07/08/2013 - 1:38pm
Reminiscent of the foundries that the American Industrial Revolution was built on, heating scrape iron in a cupola to its melting point of 3,000 degrees has become a Kenai summer tradition and celebration thanks to Scott Hamann of Metal Magic.
Summer solstice might not have started out with the sunny skies that guarantee large crowds for outdoor events on the Central Peninsula, but the Diamond M Ranch summer solstice 4-H fund raiser doesn't need such guarantees.