Conjuring up a biblical story, District 1 Assembly member Kelly Wolf closed Tuesday's regular meeting by saying that his Kalifornsky Beach constituents might do well to build an Ark.
"More rain is coming," he said.
Residents from 120 flood-impacted homes crowded into the Kenai Borough Assembly Chambers Wednesday to listen to state and borough personnel explain that nothing immediate can be done to alleviate flooding and that there is no guarantee that the state will declare the Kalifornsky Beach area a disaste...
Halloween weekend football was full of fright as favorites failed and underdogs showed their might. Trick-or-Treaters lusting for ATS winners at every door returned home with a bucket of unpredictable outcomes.
By Sierra Steen
How can you expect to live through the pain
When everything’s lost and nothing to gain
I want back the life before innocence was lost
I’d buy back my soul, but what’s the cost?
How can one man bind anothers hands
And take away ...
Many a science fiction novel has been considered unfilmable, but that hasn’t stopped Hollywood from trying. Heck, there’ve been three versions of Frank Herbert’s “Dune,” a book so dense it has its own glossary. Orson Scott Card’s Hugo award winning classic “Ender’s Game,” which started life as a short story in 1977, would not, on the face of it, seem to be that difficult to film. A fairly straightforward story about a boy who goes through military school and becomes the fleet commander in a futuristic war against insectile aliens sounds like a mash up of a half a dozen sci-fi films over the last few decades.
■ The Kenai Fine Arts Center evening program presents the second installment of BBC's art and history series "Civilzation:The Great Thaw" at 6:30 p.m. An informal gathering with coffee and snacks will start before the film at 6 p.m.