As a group of curious onlookers searched for a Sharpie and a ball for the baseball players in front of them to sign, it was clear by the smiles on their faces that a difference was being made.
It’s about to get a whole lot more crowded here on the central Kenai Peninsula. The Kenai’s late run of red salmon is hitting the river, which means thousands of dipnet-wielding Alaskans won’t be far behind.
This is another BS column. By that I mean “Bob Simplifies.” (Whatever did you think I meant?) With so much misleading rhetoric, politicians are able to constantly confuse what they are really saying with complicated babble. So, as a badly needed public service, Bob Simplifies:
Flavored vinegars from wild berries and garden herbs
Author’s note: This column was originally published on Jan. 21, 2007. Will Morrow still has the same iPod, though with a few more songs.
PLYMOUTH NOTCH, Vermont — When was the last time you heard a member of one political party praise a member of the other party?
Linda Nelson and her husband Rodney Nelson were among those who turned out in Kenai on Thursday to hold signs in a demonstration by supporters of women’s health organization Planned Parenthood and opponents of the U.S Senate healthcare bill known as the Better Care Reconciliation Act.
A little over six months ago, 10-year-old Avery Walden ticked off her first peak of the world’s Seven Summits, a group of the seven highest mountains on each continent.
Editor’s note: This article has been updated with details from the resident who called the cattle incident in to the police department.