Peninsula ready for Super Tuesday
Many voters from both parties are still unsure of who to back for president, but with a lot of candidates to pick from and Alaska joining mre than 20 other states that are holding caucuses on the same day, local Democrat and Republican party representatives are eager to see how Tuesday's caucuses and preferential voting sessions will pan out.
Education funding up for debate
Companion bills now before the Alaska House and Senate would boost the current base student allocation and raise the district cost factor for Kenai Peninsula Borough schools each year for the next five years.
HEA looks to capture the wind
Giant white three-bladed wind turbines may not be showing up on the Homer Spit or the Kenai bluffs anytime soon, but engineers are scouring the Kenai Peninsula for the best place to site a wind farm.
Fishermen push for Farm Bill benefits
JUNEAU Just this once, wild-harvest fishermen in Alaska and nationwide want to be lumped in with fish farmers.
Carolyn Rae Bradford
Longtime Soldotna resident Carolyn Rae Bradford died Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008 at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna. She was 63.
Dawn 'Cheryl' Featherstone
Longtime Nikiski resident Dawn "Cheryl" Featherstone died Monday, Jan. 21, 2008 at her home in Nikiski. She was 65.
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High school mass choir set
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