Sunday, May 27, 2007

Area reps split on gas line labor agreement
Just before state House lawmakers approved the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act on May 11, they voted on an amendment that supporters said would be the best way to ensure Alaskans went to work on the project.

Tradition on the line
When it comes to fishing, Bob Moss philosophy is simple: “You just gotta fish,” he says, “put the hooks in the water.”

Acea David Rollins
Ninilchik resident Acea David Rollins died Saturday, May 26, 2007, at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna. He was 77.

Johney C. Andrews
Maryland resident Johney C. Andrews died Tuesday, May 22, 2007, in Maryland at his home with his family by his side. He was 88.

Clarence ‘Sonny’ West
Kenai resident Clarence “Sonny” West died Sunday, May 20, 2007, at Central Peninsula Hospital with friends and family by his side. He was 52.

Kohring should do the right thing and step down
Innocent until proven guilty.

Distance is reason to worry: Husband’s journey to Denali leaves much for wife to think about
The clock is ticking.

Around the Peninsula
Cowboy up Memorial Day services set Construction academy nails down date Peaceful people to gather Canning classes offered Used book sale scheduled SoHi schedules swim lesson registration Relay For Life planned Historical society to meet Brain awareness walk, barbecue set Dog jog set to go Vendors, runners sought Cheer camp available Annual quilt show a piece of work

Soldotna grad fulfills dream to be a Marine, but job not over yet
Just three short years ago, a young Soldotna man was wrapping up his high school career putting such things as algebra, American history, homecoming and prom behind him.

Ability to program VCR sold separately
I’ve had cause recently to utter the standard refrain that is an unavoidable part of dealing with any form of electronics.

SoHi softball drops 4 games
Just as Soldotna’s offense began to come alive, unfortunately, so did the clouds.

Kodiak baseball tops Soldotna
The Kodiak baseball team defeated Soldotna 2-0 on Saturday in Kodiak. The game between the two teams on Friday was rained out. The result of the late Saturday game in Kodiak was not available as the Clarion went to press.

Brown Bears have busy week
Like their namesake, the Kenai River Brown Bears are stirring with activity.

Kards nab 2nd at state
Unbeknownst to Kenai coach Tim Sandahl, the Kardinals were in position to lock up second place on the boys side of the ASAA State Track and Field Championships on Saturday.

Knecht, Bates to marry in Kenai Kohniak, West marry at home Mahe, Kockritz marry in Canada Parks, Armstrong wed in Hawaii

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