It was out with the relative old and in with the new Friday at the SoHi Pentathlon.
Drivers in downtown Soldotna should keep an eye out for efforts to clean up spilled garbage in the street Friday.
The refinery in Nikiski that turns Cook Inlet’s oil output into gasoline, jet fuel, diesel and propane won’t be immediately affected by the expansion and re-naming of its San Antonio, Texas-based parent company. That company — known as Tesoro since building the Kenai Refinery in 1969 and known since August as Andeavor, after it acquired oil refiner and marketer Western Refining in a $4.1 billion deal that closed June 1 — expanded from 750,000 nationwide employees to 13,000 with the deal, the largest acquisition in its history.
In the land where mountains are often used as venues for running races, calling the Government Peak Recreation Area, site of Saturday’s Region III cross-country championships, hilly quickly loses meaning.
The Kenai Central volleyball squad took another loss to a Northern Lights Conference opponent Thursday night at Cliff Massie Court, but the program took another valuable step in the pursuit of improvement.
The stretch run of the prep football season will receive a serious dose of reality this weekend, and the consequences are dire for most teams.
The Kenai River Brown Bears dropped to 0-2-0-0 with a 5-2 loss to the Odessa (Texas) Jackalopes on Thursday at the North American Hockey League Showcase in Blaine, Minnesota.
Saturday, we had a lot of fun with our “Augusta North” Par 3 Challenge. The weather held out (for once) and six 3-person teams battled it out for first gross and first net competitions as well as closest to the pins on three holes.
Some of the square-hewn timbers of the small Russian Orthodox chapel in Old Town Kenai may be exchanged for fresh wood during a planned restoration project by Kenai’s Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary Russian Orthodox church.