Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Eruptive activity on Redoubt continues
The eruption of Redoubt continued Sunday according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory.

Senior assisted living planned: City of Kenai issues conditional permit for facility in VIP subdivision
Much needed senior assisted living facilities are soon to be added in the city of Kenai.

Rash of thefts plague Sterling
Alaska State Troopers are seeking more information on three separate burglaries that occurred in Sterling.

Putting the hammer down: Sterling woman to be featured on 'Ice Road Truckers'
Winter driving can be challenging, but no where near as much so as for truckers driving big rigs carrying loads of more than 88,000 pounds on some of the iciest highways in Alaska.

Photo feature: Mother knows best
A moose shows her male calf how to make the most of a willow tree in Kenai on Wednesday. With the days growing longer, it won't be long until some fresh green eats are available.

Jack Dornbusch
Longtime Alaskan and Kasilof resident Jack Dornbusch died Monday, April 13, 2009, at his home in Kasilof. He was 76.

Trina Eilene Mahan
Soldotna resident Trina Eilene Mahan died Saturday, April 11, 2009, at home. She was 35.

Around the Peninsula

Renewable energy forums slated

Around the District

School board meetings slated

Photo feature: Looks like spring
Over 600 donated flowers flooded into Kenai Middle School on April 2, bringing color and life to KMS Science Teacher Allan Miller's seventh-grade biology class.

Kenai Peninsula College

Service appreciation event slated

Put down the phone, pick up a conversation
Texting; my feelings are divided on whether the subject has enhanced or hindered my personal relationships with people.

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