Reader not pleased with senator's performance
After seeing letters thanking Sen. Begich for his health care vote, I too want to thank him.
Campgrounds, parks important to Alaskans
When I was young, my father tried to teach me that if I were going to pound nails in a tree, to make sure there were no limbs in the way of the hammer swing otherwise, it might cause a severely bruised thumb or finger.
Treatment facility planned to remove color from city water
Like a leaky faucet, the City of Kenai's tap water issues have been an annoying and ongoing problem.
Officials grapple with new federal health care rules
State officials are grappling with hundreds of pages of new federal regulations as the new health care reform bill moves from political hot button in Congress to reality.
Legislative body to study Pebble
Lobbying will shift from the statehouse to the legislative council after Gov. Sean Parnell approved a third-party study of the Pebble mine project.
Photo feature: Unfortunate scene
Mike Sounart, in ball cap, makes a phone call with his wife Debbie shortly after he struck an adult moose on the Kenai Spur Highway in front of Kenai Central High School on Thursday evening as Kenai Police officers Dan Smith and Kelly George finish paperwork. Sounart, who was driving alone, said the moose ran out in front of him in heavy traffic. "I didn't see it until it was a foot from the car," he said. "It was in a full-out run. I was probably going 40 miles per hour." Sounart's Saturn sedan caught the animal at its knees and sent onto the windshield. Medics from the Kenai Fire Department examined Sounart at the scene, but he escaped injury. The animal was killed by the impact. It was donated to charity.
Study: fires in beetle-killed spruce less predictable
Firefighters should take extra precautions when battling blazes in spruce bark beetle-infested areas, according to the Caribou Hill fire model.
Mechanic pulls man from Mackey muck
Robert Booth thought he saw three feet of clear water, but he needed Jim Hardin to pull him from "endless" depths of Mackey Lake muck this past Wednesday.
Dirk Dykstra Sr.
Nikiski resident Dirk Dykstra Sr. died Friday, June 25, 2010 at his home in Nikiski. He was 81.
Larry Eugene Moye
Kenai resident Larry Eugene Moye died Tuesday, June 22, 2010, in Seattle. He was 69.
Longtime Kenai resident Mrs. Jeanie Sadler, 84, died Saturday, June 19, 2010, at Central Peninsula Hospital following a stroke.
Gregory William Corse
Sterling area resident Gregory William Corse died Monday, June 21, 2010 at his home near Sterling. He was 63.
Serious issues require substantive discussion during campaign season
In response to news this week that an Outside organization would be jumping in to help a candidate in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate seat, we'd like to borrow a phrase from our former governor: Thanks, but no thanks.
It is what it is: Be very, very quiet
"Sshh Dad, I'm trying to spot a lynx!"
Food, fat, fitness: Nutrition still important in summer
Editor's note: "Focus on Fitness" is a Clarion feature with healthy lifestyle advice from local and national health and fitness experts. Check here weekly great information and tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Always consult with your doctor before starting a new exercise routine.
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Arneson defends Spit Run crown: Marriage proposal pleases crowd
Not even overcast skies and drizzling rain could put a damper on the action of Saturday's 35th annual Homer News Spit Run. There was nothing monotonous about the 2010 10-kilometer race that included a neck-and-neck competition for first, second and third place, a second consecutive win in the men's division and a crowd-pleasing marriage proposal under the finish line.
Miners top Oilers again
The Peninsula Oilers late-game rally fell short on Saturday as they lost 5-4 in Game 1 of a five-game series to the Mat-Su Miners at Coral Seymour Memorial Park. The Miners improve to an Alaska Baseball League best 10-2 and 12-3 overall. The Oilers fall to 9-4 and 10-4-1. Games 2 and 3 will be played today in a doubleheader with the first beginning at 1 p.m.
After struggling to beat pitcher, manager Machado gets him to join Oilers
If you can't beat him, have him join your team.
Savely, Tegerdine, Essex control races
The only thing that's changed about Charley Tegerdine when it comes to racing is her last name.
Twins, Dimond split 2
The American Legion Twins split a doubleheader with Dimond on Saturday in Anchorage. The Twins are now 5-5 in the conference and 6-15 overall.
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