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Monday, January 3, 2011

Juneau-based archives project to broaden services
JUNEAU (AP) -- The Library Archives Museum Project isn't just about moving out of an ailing building that threatens the artifacts -- it's also about making services more effective.

Assembly to consider SAB ordinance
An ordinance clarifying the powers and duties of the Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Service Area Board will be on the agenda when the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meets Tuesday.

Task force takes up CPH governance
A New Year's resolution for the Kenai Peninsula Borough during 2011 may well be to make a decision on the future of the Central Peninsula Hospital.

Eacker's prosecutor to testify: Judge aks for explanation of information's exclusion
"I feel like I'm in a church," Tonja Updike whispered to her husband Josh as Jimmy Eacker slowly ambled into the courtroom sporting a dingy yellow jumpsuit, his face ruddy, hands clasped and bound.

Persily: Don't get discouraged about gas pipeline
Alaskans shouldn't get discouraged about prospects for a $40 billion-plus large diameter gas pipeline project, but they shouldn't have unrealistic expectations either. Alaska gas has to be competitive in the market.

Troopers looking for burglary suspect
A man responsible for burglarizing and vandalizing the North Kenai Chapel in Nikiski on Christmas Eve is still on the loose. The suspect forced entry into the church at approximately 8:30 a.m. on Dec. 24, at which time he smashed an offertory box, discharged the contents of a fire extinguisher into an office, and then proceeded to leave an anti-Christian message under the door.

Photo: Lots of mouths to feed

RCA decision could throw gas storage project off schedule
A conditional approval given a planned $180 million gas storage facility by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska contains a poison-pill provision that could cause the project to slip a year or more in schedule, developers of the project told the regulatory commission in an appeal of the decision.

Looking forward to a productive year in 2011
2010 was an interesting year, to say the least.

Resolve to be ready in 2011
It's that time of year to ponder new goals and perhaps even make a few worthy resolutions for the New Year! We want to encourage everyone to add disaster readiness to their "achieved" list in 2011!

Around the Peninsula

La Leche League meets

Community

Births

A pug by any other name would still look odd
We're pug people now.

Around the Peninsula

Cardiac support group to meet

It's SoHi, for now: Stars boys seeking to remain on top
Kenai Central boys basketball coach Ken Felchle believes his team can win the Southern Division in the Northern Lights Conference if its plays to its full potential.

Wasilla worries NLC girls: Kenai, SoHi favored in Southern Division
Although it's a new girls basketball season, the team to beat hasn't changed in the Northern Lights Conference.

Sports Brief: Seahawks lose title tilt
The Nome boys basketball team defeated Seward 44-38 on Saturday to win the ACS-Pepsi Invitational in Anchorage.

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