Sunday, May 6, 2007

Highway repairs may hit roadblocks without money
Drivers used to cruising speeds between Sterling and Soldotna are easing off on the gas these days to avoid an increasing number of cracks and frost heaves in the rapidly deteriorating pavement.

Bears out and about
Hungry bruins are brewing up activity in several spots around the Kenai Peninsula, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is hoping the public will help prevent problems.

Homebeach advantage: Kenai questions dipnet parking fees
How much should free fish cost?

Hazel H. Pond
Soldotna resident Hazel H. Pond died Wednesday, March 14, 2007, at Harbor Lights Assisted Living near Soldotna. She was 93.

Catherine (Kitty Brady) Swanson
Former Kenai resident Catherine (Kitty Brady) Swanson died Thursday, April 19, 2007, at Hospice of Arizona’s Inpatient Unit in Sun City West, Ariz. She was 90.

Kenai dipnetters should get free ride to fish
The good things in life may be free, but often there’s a toll booth before you get to them.

Life in the Pedestrian Lane
Dear Senators Stevens and Murkowski and Representative Young,

Around the Peninsula
CPH celebrates hospital week Relay for Life planning meeting set Garden club to meet KPC plans one-day closure Senior house ground-breaking set Reality check for teens planned Cemetery cleanup slated Volunteers sought for cleanup Gardeners branching out Book Fair and Montessori Open House Motorcycle fundraiser goes full throttle Basketball tourney slated

In some ways, 20-year-old Jake Howarth is a lot like other guys his age.

Kardinals remain undefeated
The Kenai Central girls and boys soccer teams kept their undefeated records intact after games against Colony on Friday and Palmer on Saturday.

SoHi boys get 2 wins
The Soldotna boys soccer team witnessed Palmer’s rough and tough approach to the game in a 3-0 victory over Skyview on Thursday.

Shelton beats school record
A classic Kenai wind slowed down pretty much everyone except Soldotna junior Ryan Shelton on Friday in a triangular track meet at Kenai Central High School.

Soldotna softball sweeps Seward
The Soldotna softball team swept a doubleheader from host Seward on Saturday.

Nikiski boys top Houston for 1st victory of season
Nikiski boys soccer coach Jim Coburn said Beau Calderwood is a kicker on the football team.

Oppermann, Johnson announce engagement
Brittney Sue Oppermann of Bellville, Texas and Carey Acts Johnson of Kasilof plan to be married Saturday, May 26, 2007, at the St. John Lutheran Church Retreat Center in Bellville.

Benson, Bullock announce engagement
Kara Dione Benson and Matthew Guy Bullock of Atlanta, Ga., plan to marry Saturday, Sept. 15, 2007, at the Sardis United Methodist Church in Atlanta.

Ware, Hruby announce engagement
Calllie Ware and Nick Hruby of Vermillion, S.D. plan to marry Saturday, Aug. 4, in Vermillion, S.D.

Carlon, Faulk to marry in Hawaii
Samantha Carlon and David Faulk of Anchorage plan to marry Saturday, June 9 in Kauai, Hawaii.

Dudley, Johnson marry in Kenai
Lindsay Dudley and Chad Johnson of Soldotna were married in an afternoon ceremony Saturday, Feb. 24, 2007, at Christ Lutheran Church. Mr. McGarry officiated.

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