Packed Progress Days: Proposals, Free Birds, and a New Les Anderson

Thompson and Bradford, courtesy of Brad Nelson.


There were a number of special events at Soldotna’s annual Progress Days last weekend – including a special surprise for one Soldotna couple.

KSRM Week In Review 07/21-07/25


The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week.

Uncertain Salmon Numbers Prevent 24 hour Dip Net Period


The ADF&G has said based on numbers so far, the dip net fishery will remain between the hours of 6am to 11pm this weekend.

Anchorage Man Pays For Massive Dip Net Haul


Dip net fines continue to fill pages of Trooper reports.

Aggressive Erosion Prompts Highway Work


Due to aggressive erosion on the north bank of the Kenai River near mile 57 of the Sterling Highway, road crews will begin work on Tuesday, July 29.

Les Anderson Carving to be Completed at Sawfest


Local talent in the Soldotna Progress Days Sawfest has dedicated his big project entry to recreate the Les Anderson carving.

Accidents Abound on Peninsula Roads


State Troopers have been attending a large number of accidents on the peninsula over the past two weeks.

HEA Outage in Nikiski


Homer Electric Association is responding to a small power outage in Nikiski.

Local Teacher Expanding Experience in Local Career Fields


A local internship program for career and technical education teachers to learn more about specific fields in their areas.

9:30 AM Commercial Fishing Update


The Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Commercial Fish Recording was updated at 9:30 this morning.