7 hrs ago
Voters weigh in on primary ballots
Melissa Daugherty hands a sticker to Sterling resident Verissa Walber after voting in the primary election at the Sterling Community Center Tuesday.
11 hrs ago
Soldotna Creek Park gardens vandalized
Gaping holes now take the place of 43 blossoming plants in the flower beds in Pioneer Garden and Purple Heart Memorial Garden of Soldotna Creek Park.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Good economy brings O'Reilly's
HOMER TRIBUNE/Molly Monro O'Reilly Auto Parts is taking shape on the Sterling Highway.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Candle in window starts apartment fire
A residential fire in a Soldotna apartment building that started from a candle was put out by firefighters before the it could spread Sunday.
Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Karen Otter made 800 mini-cupcakes for the the Kenai Peninsula Borough, Kenai Peninsula College alumni and Kenai Peninsula Borough School District joint 50th anniversary community barbecue, Thursday, August 14, at the KPC Kenai River Campus in Soldotna, Alaska.
Locals hear both sides of Measure No. 1 debate
On Tuesday, Alaskans will have a say in the state's oil tax structure with a yes vote to repeal Senate Bill 21 or no vote to approve the law.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
7 injured in Snug Harbor bus accident
Photo by Dan Balmer/Peninsula Clarion Michael Rogers from the Alaska State Troopers Bureau of Highway Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement finished an inspection of a bus after it was pulled from the woods following a crash early Sunday morning in Soldotna.
Group supports parents of special needs kids
In an effort to give parents a time to gather and talk about their lives and special needs children three Soldotna residents founded the Parents SPEAK - Special Parents Encouraging Amazing Kids - Support Group.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Staff at Soldotna's reconfigured schools prepare for first day
With the approval of the reconfiguration of three Soldotna schools by the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education in April 2013, teachers and administrators have been busy preparing classrooms for the first day of the 2014-2015 school year on Tuesday.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
From Homer to Mat-Su, anglers' fortunes have a silver lining
Standing beneath a steady drizzle while waiting on the fickle appetites of finicky salmon might seem like a frustrating exercise in fortitude.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Soldotna council approves information for voters
At the Soldotna City Council meeting Wednesday council members reviewed the ballot summary statement for Proposition No.
Ninilchik opens new emergency services building
Dark clouds, strong wind, and a heavy rain weren't enough to dampen spirits in Ninilchik on Saturday, as the community and visitors turned out for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Ninilchik Emergency Services building.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Nancy Marie Pederson
Nancy Marie Pederson, 71, of Soldotna, Alaska, went to dance with the angels on July 30, 2014.
District O candidates square off
The two candidates for Senate District O met for the first time for a debate Tuesday and the only thing challenger Eric Treider and incumbent Sen. Peter Micciche R-Soldotna agreed on was that they both had very different visions for the future of Alaska.
ACT's Price wins on grocery tax question
The court reversed lower court decisions in James Price v. Kenai Peninsula Borough and Johni Blankenship, clerk.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Cheers for beer
Photo by Dan Balmer/Peninsula Clarion Mandy Leslie of Anchorage beers with her brother Zack Leslie of Kenai at the Kenai Peninsula Beer Festival Saturday at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex.
Wall Street Journal
In U.S. Energy Boom, Alaska Is Unlikely Loser
SOLDOTNA, Alaska-Since joining the Alaskan oil rush in the early 1980s, Richard Repper has jumped from project to project in the state, with no job more than a three-hour flight from this town about 70 miles south of Anchorage.
Seward City News
Celebrate 50 years with KPC, KPB and KPBSD
The public is invited to celebrate an important milestone with Kenai Peninsula College, Kenai Peninsula Borough and the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District.
Alaska Supreme Court reverses food-tax referendum decision
In a decision that clarifies the rights of Alaska citizens to change law by initiative and referendum, the Alaska Supreme Court on Friday said the Kenai Superior Court and the Kenai Peninsula Borough Clerk erred when they rejected a 2010 proposed referendum by James Price, a Nikiski citizen activist.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Preston Bicknell works on the dishes at mothers house, Saturday, August 9, 2014, in Soldotna, Alaska.