Before a record crowd of 215 the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce (SCC) honored local individuals and businesses last week at their 56th Awards Celebration.
After being appointed to fill the seat vacated by Soldotna City Council member Kurt Olsen earlier this year, Lisa Parker says she's ready to serve a full term on the council.
In the aftermath of a disaster, natural or manmade, comfort and community are shattered, at least temporarily.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on Friday extended a local disaster declaration and pulled $500,000 from the borough's general fund to pay for response, recovery and assessment of the damage caused by recent heavy rainfall, flooding and damaging winds.
High prices for scrap metal have made getting rid of that junk vehicle on your property a relatively cheap proposition, says the director of the Kenai Peninsula Borough?s solid waste program.
Don't call small businesses "small" on the Kenai Peninsula.
Pet owners: Beware of eagles Kenai little league tryouts planned NPCC to meet Seniors to discuss new facility Hospice to offer video presentation Library celebrates National Library Week Chamber lunch slated Fund-raisers planned to help Funny River area
Duane Bannock rarely misses a Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting. He can usually be spotted in the back of the chambers, behind the members of the public who plan to address the assembly that evening.
Longtime Alaskan James E. Carter Sr. died Tuesday, June 5, 2007, from heart failure at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna. He was 79.
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