Sunday, May 15, 2011

Solving history's mysteries: Genealogical society spurs, assists with family-based research
Loretta Mattson stood last week in the bottom of the Kenai United Methodist Church in front of about 20 residents wearing a lavender shirt.

Counting kings: Fish and game to unveil more info on Kenai river kings
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game will be unveiling more and different information on Kenai River king salmon counts on their souped up new website next week.

CINGSA hits legal trouble
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska closed the docket on Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage of Alaska's application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity last month, but that doesn't mean the project has a complete go-ahead.

Trial under way in Soldotna man's fraud, theft case
The trial for a Soldotna businessman accused of swindling his customers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars is under way, with several alleged victims already taking the stand to share their stories.

Robert Kabel Wilkinson
Longtime Alaskan Robert Kabel Wilkinson, 95, died Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at home surrounded by his children.

Keep up the good work at the hospital
For some, the results of a recent patient survey regarding levels of post-care satisfaction at Central Peninsula Hospital are surprising.

A cooler class of loons
As spring tiptoes over the horizon earlier each morning, it's amazing how quickly things start to change on the Kenai Peninsula. Every day a new flock of migrating birds arrive, pass through, or decide to homestead for the summer.

Around the Peninsula

Lunch and more at Ninilchik Senior Center

Births Graduates News and notes

Hacks welcome daughter

SoHi baseball goes 1-1 on trip to Mat-Su valleys
The Soldotna baseball team finished 1-1 on a weekend trip to the Matanuska-Susitna valleys.

State bound: Seward athletes get automatic bids to 3A show
Tessa Adelmann, Andrew Buchanan and Austin Gillespie captured individual titles as Seward placed third in both the boys and girls competitions at the Region III/3A track and championships at Begich Middle School in Anchorage on Friday and Saturday.

Nikiski soccer gets improved seeding
The Nikiski boys soccer team locked up the No. 3 seed out of the Northern Lights Conference Southern Division on Saturday with a 4-0 victory over Seward.

Wasilla soccer gets sweep of Skyview: Panthers girls gain confidence in 1-goal loss to skilled Warriors
Despite a loss in the regular-season finale, Skyview girls soccer coach David Carpenter believes his team has momentum entering the playoffs.

SkyHi's Bak takes 3 jumping titles: Kodiak boys, Wasilla girls earn team titles at Region III/4A championships
Skyview's Thit Bak jumped the highest and farthest in three events despite a tender ankle.

SoHi softball goes 1-3 on road trip
The Soldotna softball team finished 1-3 on a Friday and Saturday trip to Anchorage.

Brincefield, Martin to wed
Jennifer Brincefield, of Soldotna, and Chase Martin, of Kenai, plan to wed July 16, 2011, at Tern Lake, Moose Pass, Alaska. Jennifer is the daughter of Jack and Kathy Brincefield, of Soldotna. She is a 2005 graduate of White River High School, in Buckley, Wash.; and is employed at Heritage Place, in Soldotna. Chase is the son of Barb and BJ Elder, of Kenai; and Terry Martin, of Grand Island, Neb. He also is a 2005 graduate of Kenai Central High School, and is employed by ASRC.

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