In the language of the Athabascan Dena'ina Indians, "Ken'ey" means "two big flats and a river cutback." This geographic description is apt for the land of the present-day town of Kenai.
...roadside shops form the businesses of many of the town's less than 400 residents. At the rest stop located near the Kenai River Bridge, travelers can view the source of the Kenai River or use spotting scopes to search nearby mountain peaks for dall...
The hiking and biking trails of the Kenai Peninsula offer access to many exquisite natural habitats, often with incredible wildlife viewing opportunities. As with any outdoor activity, remember to be prepared.
Soldotna City Council unanimously passed every action item on Wednesday's agenda. The council voted on amending municipal code, making an exception to an employment term and entering multiple construction contracts.
The hiking and biking trails of the Kenai Peninsula offer access to many exquisite natural habitats, often with incredible wildlife viewing opportunities. With any outdoor activity, remember to be prepared. Always tell someone where you are going and when you are expecting to be back, or leave written information in your vehicle at the trailhead. Carry adequate emergency supplies whenever venturing into the woods. Also, bears are everywhere and this is important to keep in mind when on the trail or in camp. Pack out whatever is packed in to keep trails they way they were found.
A trial run is underway for a 2014 Rotary Kenai River Ice Classic.
...in the Centennial riverbank restoration capital projeject fund to account for a state grant to install stairs at the Kenai River bridge. A resolution on the consent agenda would authorize the disposal of outdated city records.
Kevin Arp flips flies for red salmon in the shadow of the Kenai River bridge in Soldotna recently. The sockeye and king salmon seasons are winding down but silvers should be on the menu soon.
...trailer parked in a lot off Fireweed Avenue in Soldotna. The animals are growing in number in the neighborhood near the Kenai River bridge. Photo by M. Scott Moon Evidently, rabbit stew is not a popular dish in Soldotna. This is clear due to several...
Two Kenai City Council members have been appointed to work with the city of Soldotna and the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on a plan to curb hydrocarbon pollution in the Kenai River.
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