Sunday, March 25, 2007

Couple burned in fire; puppy spared
A Kasilof couple suffered first- and second-degree burns Thursday night in a house fire on Burton Road near Mile 110 of the Sterling Highway.

Building better schools
A local construction company is launching a donation program designed to build better educations for children.

Culvert project won’t leave salmon hanging
Beneath the surface of a small pool salmon lie rotting where they died, their life cycles unfulfilled. Nearby, a manmade barrier has blocked passage to upstream spawning grounds.

Angela Margaret (Murphy) Nagasiak
Lifelong Alaskan resident Angela Margaret (Murphy) Nagasiak died Wednesday, March 21, 2007, at Nicholson’s Assisted Living Home in Soldotna. She was 66.

John E. Feero
Lifelong Alaska resident John E. Feero of Sterling died Tuesday, March 13, 2007, during a flight home from a vacation in Hawaii.

ANGDA proposal may be state money well spent
Legislative hearings this week and last on Gov. Sarah Palin’s Alaska Gasline Inducement Act are drawing attention to the particulars of getting North Slope natural gas to market.

Dodging immaturity : Sore loser comes from being beaten by poor winners
There was no convincing required. The second the word “dodgeball” popped out of my co-worker’s mouth, I was hooked.

Of Moose and Men
This time of year, Alaskans are like little kids on a long trip: every now and then we look up and ask, “Are we there yet?” Of course, the “there” is breakup. While the rest of the country is busily watching flowers pop up, Alaskans just want to reach the point where the melt surpasses the snowfall.

Around the Peninsula
Pop Warner registration continues Relay For Life meeting Monday Used book sale planned Nikiski seniors plan bazaar Military families support group forming

Growing pains
Seth Sturman, now approach ing his second birthday, has grown into a pretty normal 2-year-old boy. He recently went sledding for the first time, and like most toddlers, took a while before deciding if the activity was exciting or scary.

Stars take 5th at state
The record books will say otherwise.

Bulldogs rip away 4th at state
Nikiski’s 3-point shooting probably cost it a victory in the opening round.

Kincaid, Rivera plan July wedding
Melinda Kincaid of Anchorage and Eric Rivera of Placitas, N.M., are planning to be married Saturday, July 14, 2007, at Sterling Baptist Church. Pastor Ray Boutwell will officate.

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