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It was out with the relative old and in with the new Friday at the SoHi Pentathlon. [Read More]
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Drivers in downtown Soldotna should keep an eye out for efforts to clean up spilled garbage in the street Friday. [Read More]
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Two candidates want to fill a Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly seat representing a sprawling district that includes Sterling, Funny River, part of Kalifornsky Beach Road... [Read More]
For 32 years I have lived in a "non-incorporated area" of the Kenai Peninsula Borough which means I do not live within the city limits... [Read More]
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Kodiak football took the ferry to Homer for its Northern Lights Conference game against Soldotna last week. ... [Read More]
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Cabin Fever Creations in Soldotna is looking for yarn. [Read More]
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Thanks to Soldotna Area Senior Citizens supporters... [Read More]
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Flexibility is key in helping during a disaster. Jenne Long learned that within a few hours of arriving in Texas two weeks ago to help... [Read More]
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The discussion of Soldotna's potential annexation is moving out of city council chambers. [Read More]
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A pair of Stars rushed for more than 100 yards to lead Soldotna past Kodiak 44-7 in a Northern Lights Conference football game on the... [Read More]
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For a small dog, Bear seems to be the pack leader of the 3 Friends Dog Park in Soldotna. [Read More]
Offering news of the people, places and events of Homer and the lower Kenai Peninsula... [Read More]
Soldotna traveled to the Lower 48 to play a team from Oregon in California. ... [Read More]
Phillip Kneeland was arrested in December 2015 after a raid on his business revealed 6,000 packets of synthetic marijuana. [Read More]
A Soldotna man has been sentenced to 70 months in prison after being convicted of charged related to selling the illegal drug Spice through his... [Read More]
An Alaska man accused of contributing to a synthetic marijuana epidemic on the Kenai Peninsula was sentenced to nearly six years in prison and 200... [Read More]
An Alaska man accused of largely contributing to a synthetic marijuana epidemic on the Kenai Peninsula has been sentenced to five years and 10 months... [Read More]
A Soldotna man has been sentenced to 70 months in prison after being convicted of charged related to selling the illegal drug Spice through his... [Read More]
There is a new bridge in Soldotna between the emergency room and residential rehab for those seeking to kick their substance addictions. [Read More]
Philip Drake Kneeland, 34, was sentenced for "distributing Spice and possessing a firearm in furtherance of Spice trafficking," federal prosecutors said. [Read More]
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