Sunday, June 25, 2006

BP review lays out world energy future
Oil prices today aren’t as high today in real terms as they were during the crisis of the late 1970s, but they’re getting close.

Strong run means more ‘four’ anglers
Russian River anglers are seeing even more red than usual — not because they’re mad, but because they can keep even more sockeye salmon for the next few weeks.

Alarm saves elderly woman from house fire
A year ago, as part of a home safety inspection program, the Kenai Fire Department installed smoke detectors in a woman’s house on Walker Lane.

Residents seek safer burn site
Cohoe Loop Road residents have found a silver lining in the dark, ashy smoke cloud created by last month’s 67-acre blaze.

Woman may foot bill for Kasilof fire
The woman accused of starting a 67-acre wildfire in Kasilof last month is reportedly facing firefighter response charges of $60,000.

Photo feature: Attention all sewn up in annual quilt show
  Julie Parizek and Sally Stribling admire handiwork on display in the school's multipurpose room. Photo by M. Scott Moon

Hey, it’s OK to be tourists
From the moment the first sign of green — or brown — peeks through the snow, it doesn’t take long for most central Kenai Peninsula minds to turn to one thought: fishing.

Morgan Marie Mize and Chad Eric Aldridge were married Saturday, June 3, 2006, at Lower Skilak Lake Campground in Sterling. Ron Aldridge, father of the groom, conducted the ceremony.

Mystery of Capt. Brandt
A quiet group of folks tromped through dense forest on a primitive trail to attend a memorial for a man they had never met. The group, 62 people in all, gathered around the gravesite of a mysterious Dutch sea captain who died 109 years earlier.

Around the Peninsula
Blood bank seeks donors Treasure seekers Bible school meets KCHS reunion set for Friday Drifters group to hold member meeting Sterling seniors hold Christmas in July Parenting class set

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Twins continue to have trouble in Florida
The American Legion Twins trip to Florida continues to be a learning experience as the Kenai squad dropped a pair of games to Florida teams at the Firecracker Tournament in DeLand.

Local Sports Briefs
State motocross results posted Fowler, Hackett post top times at NBHA event

Oilers drop 2 league games on road
The Peninsula Oilers dropped a pair of Alaska Baseball League games Friday and Saturday to the Anchorage Glacier Pilots at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage.

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