Sunday, July 23, 2006

Making big Progress
Everyone loves a parade, and on Saturday there was a lot to love at the 46th annual Progress Days Parade.

Area carver chisels out a distinction
For nearly a decade, Sterling chain saw artist Scott Hanson has created memorable pieces of wooden Alaskana for locals and visitors to enjoy.

Russian visitors are more than just tourists
They marveled at glaciers and active volcanoes during a flight-seeing tour.

Always finish the song: Karaoke DJ can forgive any singing sins except bailing on a tune
The song is called “Picture,” and no, I don’t want to sing it with you.

French, Hibberd announce engagement Gossman, Anderson to marry in Kenai Hibberd, Sansotta to marry in Kenai Richardson, Warren marry in California Miller, Sumetz marry in Oregon

Around the Peninsula
Rodeo rides into the sunset Swim lessons to make a splash Agrium continues live fire training CPCS board of directors to meet Native cultural event slated KPBSD plans Title Vll meeting

Regrets keep on coming
June’s column was a recount of the difficulties Mrs. Poynor and I experienced over the Memorial Day weekend in getting to our newly acquired cabin. A month had passed — time aplenty to heal our mental and physical wounds — so a visit to the cabin over the long Fourth of July weekend seemed like a good idea.

Fishing for action
Generally, there is plenty to do during a trip to the beach at the mouth of the Kenai River after July 10. Keeping fully occupied requires nothing more than donning the suitable waterproof attire (which will quickly fill with water), grabbing your dipnet and wading into the water to snatch reds out of the current. The effort keeps most folks busy either working their nets or cleaning fish. The effort involved in dipnetting and taking care of the catch makes finding a way to spend slack time unnecessary; at least that’s the case during a normal year.

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Local Sports Briefs
Liedes takes Senior Amateur Dorean, McClintock take Red Run

Racing with the best
Nobody can ever accuse Kenai’s Cameron McGahan, 20, of not dreaming big.

Twins take two from Wolverines
The Kenai American Legion Post 20 Twins took a couple innings to get going Saturday, but rallied from a 4-0 deficit to beat visiting South Anchorage 7-5 in the first game of a doubleheader at Coral Seymour Memorial Park.

Oilers defeat Goldpanners
The Peninsula Oilers have had nightmares in Fairbanks that have cost them championships in previous seasons, but the squad got its trip started with an 8-3 victory over the Alaska Goldpanners on Saturday.

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