Both Kenai mayoral candidates agree that Kenai has a city center, but each have a different definition.
It was a "27-7" celebration, anniversary, appreciation and swing into summer sale at Soldotna Trustworthy Hardware and Fishing last week. Twenty seven years the Miller family of Soldotna have owned and operated the small town, full service hardware store with the same atmosphere and friendly service that made a trip to town with dad for that special nut, bolt, or fix-it widget so much fun when you were a kid. The place that had everything you needed to get it done and if they didn't they'd order for you. Seven year's ago the Miller's held their grand opening at their new l
I have been actively involved in Kenai Peninsula communities for 37 years. As your representative I work hard for an Alaska that values fiscal responsibility, quality education, improved health, responsible resource development and accountable government. My experience as a small businessman, my community involvement, and my experience in the legislature will continue to provide excellent representation of your local concerns and a strong voice on statewide issues.
Interagency biologists working on northern pike control last week in Captain Cook State Recreation Area noticed fragments of a bright green, whorled-leaf aquatic plant washed up on the shore near a boat launch.
I have been actively involved in Kenai Peninsula communities for 37 years.
Substance abuse pervades communities throughout Alaska, and the Kenai Peninsula is no exception. The cost to the state's economy was estimated at about $1.2 billion in 2010, according to a new report from the McDowell Group research and consulting firm.
International casting director and former MTV reality TV star Syrus Yarbrough said he was looking for a diamond in the rough. That's why he was holding a reality TV casting party at Hooligans Saloon in Soldotna last Thursday.
Concerning Prop. 1: I hope that this proposition will fail. My husband homesteaded in 1948 when there was no road past Forest Drive out the "North Road." He cleared the required acreage, built a log home and has maintained residence on that homestead ever since. The log home was moved from its original site to the west side of the homestead, where we now live.
Late winter is the time of the year when residents of the Kenai Peninsula often become aware of our local owls.
We Americans are apparently losing our interest in the natural world.
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