Thursday, February 25, 2010

Flourless chocolate cake
1/2 cup water

Victim's husband testifies in murder trial
The defense in the Jimmy Eacker murder trial has argued since opening statements that its client had no reason to kill Toni Lister in 1982. Unlike Eacker, Calvin Lister, Toni Lister's husband, had a clear motive, the defense argues.

Dig deep: Senator urges on oil and gas exploration in Inlet
A Kenai lawmaker wants to woo Cook Inlet oil and gas producers to drill exploratory wells deeper into the basin in search of more resources.

Parish prays for funding sources: Russian Orthodox Church faces deterioration
The Holy Assumption Russian Orthodox Church in Old Town Kenai represents many things to Dorothy Gray, secretary of the church's council.

Seeking assistance: Hospitals in need of recruits
Health care providers are stepping up their campaign for the Legislature to pass a bill establishing state incentives to recruit medical professionals to the state.

Around the Peninsula

Ham it up

Mucha seeks state ski title: No peninsula athlete has ever made off with state skimeister hardware
Last year, Kenai Central senior Kailey Mucha became the only skier in Kenai Peninsula history to win a race at the state cross-country skiing meet.

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'Shutter Island'

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