A Soldotna man is facing multiple charges of criminal mischief and a charge of driving drunk after damaging athletic fields at two schools on Sunday.
The Kenai Peninsula lost about 234 jobs in the third quarter of the fiscal year compared to the year before it.
A thin layer of snow shifted across the bare plywood floor of the unfinished house when construction contractor Ward Adams lifted one of the panels aside. Beneath it, an empty space yawned, mounds of gravel fill piled unevenly where Kimbra Mensch expected the foundation of her house to be.
Parents and children catching flights at the Kenai Municipal Airport now have the chance to make waiting time into story time. On Friday afternoon the Kenai airport opened a room for families featuring a shelf of donated children’s and young adult books.
Alaska Army National Guard in Kenai opened their doors on Saturday, inviting the community for a first-hand experience to give a better understanding the role of the National Guard’s citizen soldiers in their local community.
Peninsula anglers hankering after grayling won’t have to go so far afield in the future — the fish will be available in some of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s stocked lakes again.
About a year after the North Pacific Fishery Management Council first took up the Cook Inlet federal fishery management plan issue, the definition of what exactly the plan has to cover is still up for debate.
Starting Nov. 1, Soldotna will begin enforcing a ban on single use disposable plastic shopping bags within city limits.
The 2018 farmers market season is quickly approaching and local organizers are eager to help vendors old and new.