Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Who owns Homer Electric Association? If the monthly bill is in your name, you do
Like all rural electric cooperatives, HEA is organized under the Seven Cooperative or Rochdale Principles, which means it's owned by the members it serves. If you haven't already done it, you should read through the seven principles. They're posted on the HEA website.

SoHi says thanks
As Soldotna High School gets ready to kickoff another school year we already have a lot to be thankful for. Along with having great students, involved parents and a dedicated staff, we also live in a great city with an extremely supportive business community.

Why the secrecy?
On June 15 of this year. Ryan Smith, CEO of Central Peninsula Hospital, sent me the following e-mail in response to my question as to whether CPH had given KRSA $20,000:

Bear barrier funds corralled
Constructing electric fences to keep out bears of Peninsula farms will receive funding from the Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service starting in October.

On the inside: Physicians would rather not involve outside partner
Local physicians would not choose to bring in an outside partner.

Invasive fish threaten Kenai: Fish and Game biologists discover northern pike in Hall Lake
How many northern pike are required to populate an entire habitat?

Photo Feature: Getting nosey

Photo Feature: Fighters fishing

Michael Joseph Gross
Kenai resident Michael Joseph Gross died Monday, Aug. 9, 2010 at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna. He was 66.

Melding education and business
Kenai Peninsula School District

Discrimination hides within
Ballot Measure #2 - Abortion for Minor Requires Notice to or Consent from Parent or Guardian or Through Judicial Bypass

Around the Peninsula

Refuge to celebrate berries

Around the Peninsula

U.S. Senate candidate forum on tap

Photo Feature: Best Friends

Sports Brief: Sitka downs Seward
The Sitka football team defeated Seward 14-12 on Sunday in nonconference action in Seward.

Murray comes back to win Morgan title
Chris Murray overcame a seven-stroke deficit at the beginning of the day to win the two-day Donald R. Morgan Memorial Kenai Golf Association Fall Classic on Sunday at Kenai Golf Course.

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