Membership Drive Audio

Special, all-local programming during KDLL membership drives.

The Native inhabitants of the Kenai Peninsula before Western contact were masters at adapting to this land. Dr. Alan Boraas, anthropology professor at Kenai Peninsula College, presented “Yaghanen, The Time Before,” a discussion about the lives of the Dena’ina people who have lived and thrived here for a thousand years, to the Kasilof Regional Historical Association.

Kenai River Brewing

Kenai River Brewing shares its plans for reopening Kenai Joe's in a special, live segment of the show. And speaking of reopening, Barnaby Brewing in Juneau tells Bill about recovering from a fire that shut them down for about a year.

The number one obstacle to accessing healthcare, work, and really anything outside the home is the availablility of affordable transportation. The Kenai Peninsula Transportation Taskforce has taken up the challenge, and we find out the current state of public transportation in the Central Peninsula. Sherri Connor of CPH Behavioral Health is the guest, as Jay Barrett and Sal Cassano host this Spring Fundraiser special.

Spring 2019: Ted Spraker - Chairman, Alaska Board of Game

May 28, 2019
Alaska Department of Fish and Game


Ted Spraker of Soldotna has served on the state Board of Game for nearly two decades. He’ll be handing over the reigns when his term as chairman ends next year. We talk with Spraker about the most recent round of game board meetings, what they meant for hunting here on the Kenai and the advice he has for his eventual successor on the board.

Relay for Life, the annual American Cancer Society walk-a-thon is on June 1 at Soldotna Creek Park. During this hour, three members of the local Society chapter, Alana Martin, Joe Yourkowski, and Laura Niemczyk talk with host Jay Barrett about the event.