Central Peninsula Hospital Celebrates Volunteer Week
(Photos # CPH Volunteer pty 001, # 002, CPH Volunteer coordinator Elizabeth Wilson thanks Jane Smith CPH front desk director at Volunteer Week kick off luncheon.
The Chairperson for the 2013 Relay Johna Beech was looking for a new way to generate revenue for this year’s Relay for Life coming May-31st-June 1st at the Soldotna Sports Center and she thought a bachelors auction might be a novel idea, “We have a lot of wonderful men in our community and they ...
Dean Osmar was the first dog musher from the Kenai Peninsula to ever win “The Last Great Race” in 1984 and it would be twenty years before another Peninsula musher, Mitch Seavey would be the first through the arches in Nome to claim an Iditarod Championship. The son of musher Dan Seavey who fini...
Since Courtney Stroh entered her "ROC the Kenai" (Respect Our Community) idea in the annual Caring for the Kenai environmental awareness contest as a Kenai High School freshman she has become a familiar name at City Council meetings and award ceremonies.
Tina Taylor grew up in Nikiski and has been making women and men beautiful on the Kenai Peninsula for nearly a quarter of a century. Her first shop was located in the corner space at the Soldotna Bowling Alley where she offered $10.
Mon, 04/15/2013 - 3:13pm
Recommended pellets: maple or apple
Marination/seasoning time: none
Cooking time: About 45 minutes
2 quarts vanilla ice cream
6 cups fresh blueberries
1 cup ½-inch cubes fresh peaches (1 large or 2 smaller peaches)
½ cup sugar
¼ cup unbleached all-purpose flour
Legendary balladeer and songwriter Tom Russell and guitarist Thad Beckman wrapped up their latest tour of the Northwest in Kenai last week with an intimate concert at the Kenai Visitors & Cultural Center.
Lemonade Day in Alaska is coming again! Saturday, May 11th will be the big day this year when the kids set up their stands at their designated spots according to Lemonade Day coordinator January Yaeger with the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce.
The voter turn out in Soldotna last week to elect a new Mayor wasn't heavy enough to bother a sun bathing young moose from leaving his morning bed at City Hall. When the polls closed and the yearling went to browse Dr.