There is no shortage of hot chocolate and Christmas trees on the Kenai Peninsula this holiday season, especially at Soldotna’s Christmas in the Park.
Land policy revisions that the Kenai city council will be considering next year could bring big changes in Kenai’s dealings with those seeking to use some of its 5,057 acres of municipal land, as noted Wednesday by airport land lessee Rick Baldwin.
At the end of a road tucked into the woods near Sterling, a group of adults with developmental disabilities will soon find a home.
The Soldotna Police Department is warning people to hang up the phone in light of a new scam circulating the area.
Jason Rainwater of Dutch Boy Landscaping mounts a string of Christmas lights to the edge of the Salamatof Native Association building’s roof on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017 in Kenai, Alaska.
Christmas celebrations throughout the Kenai Peninsula continue this weekend with Soldotna’s Christmas in the Park on Saturday.
Pint-sized reindeer and Tchaikovsky ballerinas will dance across the stage at Kenai Central High School on Friday and Saturday to usher in the Christmas season.
Seward man arrested for firing shots at neighbors while intoxicated
The cannabis industry is coming to the city of Soldotna, but first, the rules and regulations need to be set, and this process starts in work sessions.
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council is looking for input from Cook Inlet fishermen on how it should develop a management plan for the area’s salmon fisheries.