Jenny Neyman

General Manager

Jenny Neyman has been the general manager of KDLL since 2017. Before that she was a reporter and the Morning Edition host at KDLL.
She also worked in print journalism for 15 years, including 7.5 years as owner, publisher and editor of the Redoubt Reporter community newspaper in the central Kenai Peninsula.
She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Whitworth University in Spokane, WA, and grew up listening to KSTK public radio in Wrangell, AK.

Have you ever learned a lesson the hard way? Or maybe not learned one at all? You are not alone. True Tales, Told Live held a storytelling event Feb. 2 at Odie’s Deli in Soldotna on the theme “Lessons Not Learned.” We had tales from Glenn Tinker, Bonnie Bernard, Vickie Tinker, Kat Sorenson, Joe Spady, Elizabeth Earl, Sally Cassano, Joel Todd, Joy Petrie and Emily Knight, with Katilin Vadla and Jenny Neyman as the emcees.

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The #MeToo movement started raising awareness of sexual assault and harassment through social media and leaped off the Internet with events, marches and gatherings in real life. On the central Kenai Peninsula, the Many Voices organization has taken up that banner with a gathering and panel discussion held last month. Susan Smalley, a community volunteer with Many Voices, and two panelists from the event, Dr. Kristin Mitchel and Dr.

Storytellers take a lighthearted look at darkness Dec. 8, 2017, at Odie's in Soldonta, telling true tales on the theme, "Lighten Up — Tales of Escape from the Dark." With hosts Jenny Neyman and Kaitlin Vadla and stories and poetry from Kerri Roe, Dave Atcheson, Jacki Michels, Merril Sikorski, Heddy Huss, Steve Schoonmaker and Meezie Hermansen.

Nine storytellers dish up true tales on the theme, "Family Recipes for Disaster" on Oct. 13, 2017, at Odie's in Soldotna.  Hosted by Kaitin Vadla, Jenny Neyman and Pegge Erkeneff, with stories by Zach Harden (brother), Megan Harden (sister), Sabrina Harden (mom), Paul Landen, Heddy Huss, Jacki Michels, Liz Earl, Kat Sorensen and Jenny Neyman.

Nine storytellers dish up true tales on the theme, "Family Recipes for Disaster" on Oct. 13, 2017, at Odie's in Soldotna.  Hosted by Kaitin Vadla, Jenny Neyman and Pegge Erkeneff, with stories by Zach Harden (brother), Megan Harden (sister), Sabrina Harden (mom), Paul Landen, Heddy Huss, Jacki Michels, Liz Earl, Kat Sorensen and Jenny Neyman.

(Due to technical difficulties, the beginning of Zach's story is missing. Sorry!)
 

In January's Drinking on the Last Frontier, Bill reports on the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board's decision to prohibit anything loosely considered live entertainment from brewery tap rooms, but at least the popular trend of beer dinners can still serve up a good time. This month's beer style is barley wine, of which Kassik's has a three-peat winner. And visit Colorado in the beer travels segment, where Bill lifts a glass to Denver, home of the Great American Beer Festival and Falling Rock Tap House.

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Albert Wall, CEO of Peninsula Community Health Services, talks about the health care landscape on the Kenai Peninsula.

Alex Douthit talks about his experience starting, with his wife, Sarah, their new business, Kenai Peninsula Driving Instruction.

Alyssa Rodrigues, development manager with the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development, gives a crystal-ball look into the economic future of Alaska.

Penny Gage, business development officer with the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development, talks about community-based funding strategies.

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