Monday, February 7, 2000

Peninsula People

The life and times of Eadie Henderson
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Around the Peninsula


More than medicine Oncology nurse goes beyond call of duty
When I don't cry with my patients or work effectively with them, then it will be time to move on. I hope what I do compliments a higher power. I just try to give quality of life along the road.

Freight trucker undaunted by avalanche zone
With both air and road access cut off for days, Seward was running low on supplies, especially perishable food and medicines.

Roof caves in on Nikiski warehouse Shoveling wasn't enough
With one area roof collapse in the past week and the threat lingering over others, Peterkin Distributors Inc. is the most recent addition to the list of serious roof damages.

Kenai gun shop gets turned down
A decision by the city of Kenai Planning and Zoning Commission to turn down a gun shop in the Inlet Woods neighborhood may ricochet, as the proprietor plans an appeal.

Slick road causes two collisions; 2 injured
Extremely slick roads and the absence of sand were the conditions leading to two accidents late Sunday afternoon.

Setting land aside for future generations
The Kachemak Heritage Land Trust recently received five donations to further preserve habitat, open spaces and recreational land.

Slick road causes two collisions; 2 injured
Extremely slick roads and the absence of sand were the conditions leading to two accidents late Sunday afternoon.

Optimism rewarded
Friday was a long time coming. Everyone involved in the search for Tustumena 200 musher Rod Boyce, who had been missing since early the previous Sunday, had no idea that by midafternoon our watches would synchronize on an event desperately being sought.

New avalanche blocks highway north of Seward
An avalanche closed a section of the Seward Highway Saturday night, just hours after the roadway had been cleared of snow from previous slides, the Alaska Division of Emergency said.

T-200 racers relieved
The mushing community breathed a collective sigh of relief Friday when one of their own, missing for six days, was found unharmed.

Volunteers' spirit brings last dog team home

New building standards may make homes healthier, but increase cost
Revisions the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation is proposing to its building standards could increase the cost of your next home.

Truck's not pretty but it runs
Do I love my Big Ugly Truck or do I hate it?

Memories of winter of 2000 pile up with every snow
The winter of 2000 won't soon be forgotten by Kenai Peninsula residents.

Letters to the Editor
SUBHEAD:Perspective lost when it comes to Cooper Landing bypass plan

Wolverines take clash with Otters
In a clash of the top two ranked Class 1-2A teams in the state, the No. 1 Ninilchik girls swept a pair of games from host Seldovia Friday and Saturday in District 3/2A play.

Perfect season
Soldotna senior Eric Romberg remained an undefeated juggernaut Saturday night at the Class 4A State Wrestling Championships at the Patty Center on the campus of University of Alaska Fairbanks.

SkyHi can't measure up to SoHi
The Soldotna boys and girls basketball teams used different, but equally effective, methods in swamping cross-town rival Skyview Friday night in a packed gym at Soldotna High School.

SoHi skaters nip Skyview
On the final night of the season the Soldotna Stars proved to a raucous 200-strong crowd they are ready for next weekend's Region III tournament, powering past cross-town rival Skyview 4-3.

Kardinals goalie Wirz stonewalls Soldotna
The Kenai Central High School hockey team has been able to score a goal a game against Soldotna this season.

Stars split with Kenai
The Soldotna High School girls basketball team got a chance to see just how deep Kenai is Saturday.

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