And the winners are ... : Shoo birds, recycle waste take home Caring for the Kenai awards
Bird control and beach bags topped this year's Caring for the Kenai winners list.
Soldotna police eligible for grant: Money slated for defibrillators
President Barack Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 into law for the purpose of providing a stimulus to the U.S. economy, but how about saving lives?
Redoubt volcano remains restless
As of 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, Mount Redoubt remained on watch , according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory.
Gun owners pack meeting
It should come as no surprise that when guns are on the table in this community, the room doesn't empty, but fills.
'Dynamic' author, speaker to attend central peninsula garden club
Anyone who thinks fishing groups in this area are serious about their favorite pastime, should check out a Central Peninsula Garden Club monthly meeting, which regularly draw an average of 100 people per event.
Alfred T. Clayton Sr.
Kenai Peninsula resident Alfred T. Clayton Sr. died Sunday, Nov. 9, 2008, in Homer. He was 94.
Mary Ann Nicholson
Sterling resident Mary Ann Nicholson died Monday, April 27, 2009, in Soldotna. She was 85.
Kardinals get sweep of Bulldogs
Kenai Central goalkeeper Bryson Lowe has a giant pair of shoes to fill while following in the footsteps of former goalie Justin Wisniewski.
Soldotna sweeps Mariners
The Soldotna girls began the defense of their Northern Lights Conference crown in style.
A day full of April
A bloody good time for all: Society for Creative Anachronism gathers for Renaissance fair
There will be some medieval merrymaking this weekend as the local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) will be hosting its "Day of Blood" event in Kenai, and unlike a Renaissance fair, everyone who attends is welcome to take part in the festivities.
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