Riley Board, KDLL - Soldotna

Riley Board, KDLL - Soldotna
portrait of an older man wearing sunglasses and a leather jacket

The Kenai Peninsula’s only strip club will be demolished this week after 50 years of operation

Owner Charlie Cunningham said there’s not as much money in the strip club as there used to be.
cherries in a high tunnel

At this Nikiski farm, a cherry-tree experiment blossoms

Michael O’Brien's latest challenge has been a high tunnel containing 90 cherry trees.
boxes of food stacked in a room

Kenai Peninsula Food Bank runs out of fuel money

The food bank has burned through its entire fuel budget for the year due to exceptionally high gas prices.
Exterior: a Speedway gas pump

Gas prices remain high in Alaska while falling nationally

Alaska’s statewide average is still $5.17 today.

From frozen pizzas to toilet paper, Alaska stores deal with erratic shortages

On the Kenai Peninsula, many grocers agree that it’s hard to predict which items will be unavailable during any given week.
exterior view: Moose Pass sign

Moose Pass rallies to change course of Seward Highway rehabilitation project

Wedged between the water of Trail Lake to the east and mountains to the west, Moose Pass hugs the highway closely. The state has long wanted to update an 10.5-mile stretch of the one-lane highway and improve drainage there by constructing ditches along the sides of the highway.

Renewable energy project in Sterling would turn dump site into solar farm

A Michigan-based company hopes to convert the decommissioned waste facility into a 2-megawatt solar farm.
Many people fishing in a river with mountains in the background

Catch limits increased for Russian River sockeye

Anglers on the Russian River can now catch up to six sockeye a day and be in possession of 12.