Island News is published by Island Press, a division of Hearst Magazines, Inc. The first issue was published on Nov. 24, 1931. The title changed to the Stroller’s Weekly, later revised to the Island News Professional, and Douglas Island News, later edited by H. B. Selby & E. S. Stevens. The name was last used until March 3, 1933 when the final edition was published.

Island News Professional brought several new writers to Alaska to write stories about the business environment in the islands and surrounding areas. Its pages also contained travel and news columns and a sports section that was newly added, a mining report, a feature story on the Kenai Fjords National Park, an island weather report, a new feature story on the Kenai Wildlife Park, a cultural calendar as well as a wildlife report and a mining report. Another important addition was an obituary from the local area. The obituaries were alphabetically listed under each city in this issue. This made it easier for readers to find the right information. Read more about Island News Professional here.

Island News Professional was primarily an online magazine, but it also had business-oriented pages. These were divided into two sections the Commercial Business section was devoted to business owners and their businesses as well as the Employment and Training Section, which kept people informed about local job openings. The business section was designed to provide advertisements and details of job openings. The section on employment included an ad in the classified section for every kind of job available, including fishing, construction, general contracting,, landscaping or any other type of trade. You could also find lists of employers looking for workers as well as a directory of phone numbers listing the numbers and names of businesses.

The Kenai Peninsula News was published by Island News Digest, a periodical that also featured local content. It was mainly focused on the Kenai Peninsula and reported on everything from tourism and travel to arts and culture. Contrary to the Peninsula News, which was predominantly business-oriented and focused on business, the Kenai Digest was entirely designed to be a consumer service. It featured information on family activities, education and culture as well as local government.

Other subjects included health, culture, education, religion, technology, labor, business owners, and radio and television production. As expected, there was plenty of news regarding the Peninsula and Kenai Peninsula area. Many people took pride in having an experienced and impartial business news source. The insightful articles that Peninsula News provided were appreciated by many business owners as well as others.

Island News publishes a periodical however, it also has its own website. The site has a newsletter that is sent to the members of the organization, articles and essays news stories, as well as research materials, as well as forums. The newsletter is distributed every month and contains information about the latest news and trends as well as a source for information about breaking news.

The Kenai Peninsula News is available in print. There are numerous websites that offer the publication as well. These websites offer not only the printed version, but audio and video content that offer more details about the topics covered in the newsletter. These websites are easy to use and allow you to purchase information.

Island News Digest’s mission is to provide accurate and current information to both business and consumer owners. The latest reports and business information are available to readers. Business owners are able to promote their business and contact potential customers. There aren’t any fees to pay and there is no obligation to join. You can visit the website to browse the topics and news that you are interested in.