In a rural community like Soldotna it's a special occasion when a local son not only graduates from the nation's oldest military academy in the United States of America but was recruited to play football for the Army Black Knights.
Allison Ostrander, "Allie" is a familiar name to Alaskans especially those who love to run. Weighing less than an Alaskan mosquito, Allie at only 16 years of age has back to back Mt.
The year 2012 was a busy one for the Rasmuson Foundation with millions of dollars being granted to communities for arts and culture, health and social services throughout Alaska. Last August when Industry Appreciation Day selected to honor the Rasmuson Foundation with the Community Support Award they were unable to have a representative present at the event to receive it. Then January 11th Jordan Marshall, external affairs manager for the Rasmuson Foundation happened to be visiting the Peninsula when U.S.
Connections Connections Homeschool Program has open enrollment for all students at this time. All students not enrolled in public school are encouraged to contact the Connections office at 714-8880 to learn about all of the educational benefits that Connections Homeschool Program can provide for children.
The race for local state house seats kicked off Wednesday at a forum held in Kenai.
Alaska's junior senator visited the central Kenai Peninsula yesterday to meet with various groups of constituents.
The gubernatorial debates kicked off on Tuesday in Soldotna with Republican incumbent Sean Parnell and Democratic challenger Ethan Berkowitz squaring off.
...Hilcorp Alaska executives at the Kenai Chapter of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance meeting, at a joint Kenai/Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon the Alaska Oil & Gas Assoc. (AOGA) the sounds of gloom were echoed by executive director Kara...
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