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.
"It's awesome!" and "Wow!" were two of the most common responses at Triumvirate North's open house June 17th. The purpose of the event was the unveiling of Nikiski's first outdoor wall mural created by artist James Adcox.
Rotaract Club," said Stephanie Musgrove who coordinated the event. "We are the only 19 hole disc golf course on the Peninsula and we are proud that such a small Rotaract Club was able to complete such a large project.
It was the beginning of the 21st Century when Cy Zimmerman, manager of Peninsula Harley Davidson became acutely aware that a lot of folks on the Peninsula had a passion for machines with wheels and that local garages were a treasure trough of cool motorcycles and automobiles. “We’ve had a lot of...
2005 Nikiski High School grad Paul Morin after graduating from law school has returned home to work and follow in his father Phil's footsteps of bringing great musical theatre to the community with the Kenai Performers.
Nikiski Days has been a destination for "Family Fun in the Midnight Sun" for many years. At this year's Nikiski Days the opening of the beautiful new Nikiski Community Playground promises to make the Nikiski Rec.
It’s been awhile since Kenai has had a Missing Man formation fly over to underscore the meaning of Memorial Day in a very visual and powerful way. Our country has been at war for a long time and resources have been stretched. But thanks to our local VFW, American Legion and AMVET organizations the...