On the wall of Paul Miller's office hangs a framed drawing of a western-style building. A porch runs past the front two doors and four beams support the roof. A long sign on top of the roof reads "Trustworthy.
While the recession cut into the tourism business nationally and the 2008 implemented cruise ship head tax hurt the business in Alaska, the Kenai Peninsula is still a microcosm for what tourists seek in Alaska: mountains, glaciers and...
When asked what they would do with the chance to start a new line of cancer treatment services in the Central Peninsula area, officials with the new Peninsula Radiation Oncology in Soldotna had a quick response.
Lela Rosin remembers when Kalifornsky Beach Road was a two-lane street and how, years later, the community pushed for the construction of the Soldotna Sports Center, now a hub for local residents, she said.
The Kenaitze Indian Tribe broke ground on its new 52,000-square-foot Dena'ina Wellness Center in Old Town Kenai in the summer of 2012 and expects to start serving the community when the building opens its doors in early 2014. The $35.
It's not a shot-type spirit in the least, said High Mark Distillery owner Felicia Keith-Jones. The Sterling-based distillery produces a unique spirit called applejack, an alcoholic beverage produced from apples. Her recipe has Scottish...
You and your family are driving through Kenai, headed back to Anchorage to fly home, when you pass hundreds of people gathered in front of the Kenai Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center. You step out of your car and walk over.