Anya Hondel performs “Capt’n Conservation: Saving Energy One Lightbulb at a Time,” a puppet show which focuses on energy conservation, at Wednesday’s joint Kenai/Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
The state is planning to continue four major road projects on the main highway to and from the Kenai Peninsula in 2018.
The Kenai Peninsula Food Bank feeds hundreds of people per month, both through its diner and pantry. The staff collected more than 750,000 pounds of food in 2017.
Brewers pour craft beers for attendees at the 4th annual Frozen RiverFest at Soldotna Creek Park on Saturday, Feb. 17. Sponsored by the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce, the festival was conceived as a way to bring the community outdoors during the cold winter months. Braving freezing temperatures, festival goers huddled around bonfires and enjoyed beer selections from 18 breweries across the state. The event also included tasty treats from local food vendors and live musical performances by The Mabrey Bros. Band and The Mabes. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)
Kenai Peninsula College’s doors are always open, but on Friday they’ll be open a little wider.
After more than a decade of fiery debates about gravel pits operating near homes, the Kenai Peninsula Borough is taking another look at its regulations on the sites.
A meal of the senses isn’t complete without the sweetness, the simple happiness, of dessert.
With a tie-breaking vote, Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson gave retail marijuana businesses some wiggle room to set up shop in the small city.
Rods, reels and gear are the usual checklist, but in order to turn the memories of a day fishing into keepsakes, it’s important to remember a camera.