Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Send Frank the bill
The Governor’s office seems to be having a problem with Ex-Gov, Frank Murkowski’s executive jet, of course we all know that big time people need a private jet

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Craft fair a sweet success
Soldotna Community Schools’ recent Valentine’s Craft Fair was a heartwarming success! This annual event, co-sponsored by the Soldotna High School National Honor Society, hosted many creative children and their parents. Children visited several craft tables, with an opportunity to “make and take” Valentine themed items. The NHS students helped the children to create a variety of crafts, ranging from heart face pencil toppers to heart shaped treat pockets.

Ski event slid smoothly
The Tsalteshi Trails Association would like to give a hardy thanks to everyone who made the 4th Annual She Can Ski a wonderful success. First, we would like to thank all the participants who skied their hearts out on a beautiful Sunday morning. There were some wonderful costumes and infectious fun.

Evolution suffers from lack of proof
Recently there have been discussions about evolution versus creationism. Evolution theorists believe that our highly unique universe of matter, energy, space and time was created out of nothing by pure chance. Creationists believe the Bible that says “In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth.” Your choice depends on your faith.

Jesus set the proper example
As a follower of Jesus, I would like to apologize for the letter (Jan 29) that said, “It’s time to stomp out atheists in America.” Interestingly, when Jesus was on earth He had the opportunity to get rid of the “unbelievers” and purify Israel. Most Israelites expected the long-awaited Messiah to come and overthrow the occupying Roman government. Jesus lost many followers because He refused to do so, stating, “My kingdom is not of this world.”

Bluff erosion, fish, energy, doctors on Murkowski’s radar
Senator makes stop in Kenai

Senator visits Kenai Middle leadership class
During her Presidents’ Day visit to the Kenai Peninsula, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski took some time to share her thoughts on leadership with a leadership class at Kenai Middle School.

Cooper Landing responders to form single agency
Separate firefighting and ambulance units in Cooper Landing have tentatively agreed to become one corporation to be called Cooper Landing Emergency Services Inc., and enter a new lease for borough property each has used for more than 20 years.

Plans to deliver gas to southern Kenai Peninsula moving ahead
Homer and the lower Kenai Peninsula could be consuming natural gas by the end of the decade if Enstar Natural Gas Company sees its plans come to fruition.

Renown Alaska writer Dana Stabenow will talk about sci-fi genera in Kenai workshop
The Kenai Community Library is putting the call out for pointy-eared penmen, green-skinned character generators and alien-loving authors for an upcoming science fiction workshop.

Mountain View, Sears to combine for 2007-08 school year
The Kenai Peninsula Borough school board on Monday reluctantly voted to consolidate Sears and Mountain View elementary schools in Kenai, and to offer the Sears Elementary building to Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science, a district charter school.

Mayor proposes changing tax rates; capping seniors’ exemption
Kenai Peninsula residents and visitors could be paying a 3 percent sales tax starting July 1 under a new tax ordinance set for introduction at tonight’s Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting.

Around the Peninsula
Flight instructors take wing KCHS after-grad meeting scheduled Senior Olympics continue Hospital directors to meet Builders nail down meeting Softball association seeks members SoHi after-prom committee to meet Pop Warner seeks volunteers Wine tasting fundraiser slated Snowmachine fundraiser set to ride Food bank fundraiser set to build

Around the Peninsula
Safari international activities set Dodge, wallyball tourneys planned Seniors set to sing ACT meeting set Iditarod team fundraiser set to howl Book club activity set Little League coaches needed Digging salmon Food bank fundraiser set to build

Legislators look at water access
Sorry, you know you just can’t get there from here.

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Personal struggles help author feel empathy for others
Four days before my first birthday I was in South Peninsula Hospital having surgery for an infection in my neck. From the time I was born I’d been on one antibiotic after another and doctors said I had a weak autoimmune system. After being tested for numerous ailments during the years, I was diagnosed with asthma at age 11 and took a daily Singulair pill and used an inhaler, which didn’t help much. I got my tonsils and adenoids taken out at 13 after having strep throat nine times in one year, but that seemed to have minimum effect.

KPC student union actively promoting their agenda to the public
After the trip to the state capital, student union officers want to take the same message they took to the legislators in Juneau to the public here on the peninsula. The student union president, Danielle Pettijohn, says their work is not done until the public embraces the concept that the University of Alaska needs to be a priority in the state’s budget plan.

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