Spreading a message of safety
The fire started in a wastepaper basket in the back of the room.
Homer woman creates map models to help businesses
HOMER (AP) -- For small town businesses trying to lure customers from near and far, the trick always has been to get noticed. Good service, a good product, advertising and a good location have all been strategies used.
Down the hill of cheap thrills: Youths compete for top spot at soapbox derby
Kenai Rotary Soapbox Derby results:
KPTMC funding is money well spent
The debate over funding for non-departmental agencies in this year's Kenai Peninsula Borough (KPB) budget has heated up -- especially concerning the investment the Borough makes with the Kenai Peninsula Tourism Marketing Council (KPTMC). This debate has been largely encouraged by a recent series of editorial columns in the Peninsula Clarion, calling for an end to government investment in tourism marketing.
A different mindset for the Class of 2011
Congratulations to the Class of 2011.
Gary Harris of Kenai shared this photo of a pair of moose calves taken Thursday in Kenai. Harris reported that the calves' mother is just out of view.
Long live the pancreas!
Being a diabetic is not easy. If someone offers me a carrot I want to stick it into a huge snowball and add some pebble eyes. Or thinly slice them into coins and stuff them into a candy machine. Hearing the words "blood sugar" makes me think about red velvet cake all sugary and blood red. Odd. Also recently, I switched to soy milk to feel pompous. However when I think of soy beans I just think "beans" and end up visualizing myself pouring refried beans over my cereal. And my ultimate fail as a diabetic is not eating enough vegetables. Even now I had to use spell check, because I can't even spell "vegetables" right. Lame.
SoHi girls keep NLC soccer crown: Kenai Central girls see season end after dropping 3rd-place game to Wasilla in overtime
PALMER -- Soldotna head coach Mike Tovoli is still looking for his team to put in a full 80 minutes.
Colony baseball blows out Soldotna
The wreckage of the host Soldotna baseball team's 17-4 Northern Lights Conference loss to Colony on Saturday: Five walks, seven errors, five hit batters and a pile of broken glass.
Seward boys take 1st place: Title drama
Seward's Austin Gillespie took the baton from his teammate and started running.
Kenai Central baseball tops Wasilla on walk-off hit
Kenai Central's Robert Cockrell stepped to the plate with one out, a runner on first base and the score tied in the home half of the final inning.
Soldotna softball splits
The Soldotna softball team lost a pair of games Friday to Chugiak before topping Bartlett twice Saturday in nonconference play at Guy and Judy Hayes Field.
Kenai's Spalding nabs 3 championships
No more practice. No more pressure.
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