The Kenai Peninsula Food Bank welcomes the opportunity to highlight and express our thanks to Soldotna Postmaster Hector Rivera and Kenai Postmaster Rick Sierer and their team of letter carriers who participated in the 19th Annual National Association of Letter Carriers’ Food Drive to Stamp out Hu...
The humans who die in America’s wars are dying to avenge those who have died. They tell us that we must escalate war to end it. But how can that be when it is war itself that becomes the reason for more war.
Love In the Name of Christ of the Kenai Peninsula would like to thank the Kenai Lions Club and Funny River Bible Church for their donations of picnic tables to the Family Hope Center, located in the Merit Inn.
I’m writing in response to Friday’s article “Stuck In The Mud: It’s a Good Thing.” I am taken back by the mindset, that going out on state, borough, Native or private land, with the idea to get as stuck as you can, is a good thing.
Our state legislators and Borough Assembly deserve the thanks and support of Kenai Peninsula residents for their foresight in facilitating the exceptional growth of Kenai Peninsula College in recent years.
Sterling Elementary School’s staff and students would like to celebrate the accomplishments of the dedicated volunteers who completed a remarkable transformation of the Sterling Elementary School gym into an art gallery for the 4th Annual Sterling Elementary Art Show, along with the donors who provided generous contributions to fundraise for future artist residencies and arts integration activities.
I had a race track memory the other day when reading the problems locally. My first trip with my father was to a dirt track with open wheeled Indy style cars racing on a half mile track. This was way back in the 1940s, very exciting and could they make the dirt fly on the corners.