Locally owned and operated since 2007 by Annette King and Roylene Stout, 2 Sisters Alaska Seafood offers not only the freshest gourmet seafood year-round but plenty of Alaska-made gifts perfect for the holidays.
Volunteers had to relocate Curtain Call Consignment into a new location at 601 Frontage Road in Kenai (bottom level of the Seaman Building) after an SUV crashed into their old location in August.
The move required lots of volunteer hours and contributions from local businesses and individuals to g...
On Monday, October 28, more than 50 community members, school district personnel, families, and future interns attended the second annual Kenai Peninsula Project Search Open House at Central Peninsula Hospital. This year Project Search has four interns.
Alaska’s largest amateur sporting event was held in Anchorage last month and five local weight lifters and body builders who train at The Fitness Place brought home medals from Alaska Fitness Expo #4 & Crystal Cup competition. James Slone put up the heaviest bench press at 369 pounds and weigh...
It wasn't a Halloween event, but the holiday provided a great educational opportunity for Michelle Ostrowski, educational specialist at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
Mon, 11/11/2013 - 2:40pm
Monday, October 21st marked the official grand re-opening of the Kenai Teen Center with a ribbon cutting by local officials that included Speaker of the House Mike Chenault, Senator Peter Micciche, Borough Mayor Mike Navarre, Kenai City Mayor Pat Porter, Boys & Girls Club president Ryan Tunseth ...
Mon, 11/04/2013 - 2:48pm
While heavy rains dampened some of the Halloween events this year the annual Boys & Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula Trunk or Treat had a mild Saturday afternoon on October 26th.
Mon, 11/04/2013 - 2:41pm
Alaskans are use to cold and often snowy Halloweens, but the 3rd Annual Tsalteshi Spook Night offered up mild temperatures and torrential rains that turned the trails into mud paths.