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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Eggplants and tomatoes: a natural combo

Tasty Affair

Expect more from your politicians
"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigues of supporting it."

Challenge to Palin commended
I too, would like to thank Kathleen Gustafson, Billy Sullivan, Shannyn Moore and anyone else participating in last week's Sarah Palin confrontation on the Homer Spit, challenging her integrity.

Writer grateful for return of credit card
I would like to thnk the person who returned my credit card that was lost to Safeway. It is truly appreicated.

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:

Soldotna plan worries some: Farmers concerned about potential for annexation
Concerns that Soldotna might engulf a portion land along Kalifornsky Beach Road were raised by a group of farmers at the last Planning and Zoning Commission earlier this month.

Candidates take swipes at Young
With Rep. Don Young absent from Tuesday's U.S. Representative candidate forum, Young's most formidable Republican opponent used the opportunity to throw punches in the congressman's direction.

Photo Feature: Sweeper

Kenai voters to pick from full slate of candidates
The race is on for the Kenai Municipal elections with six candidates in the running for three seats on Kenai City Council.

Photo Feature: Fighters fishing

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.

Photo Feature: Getting nosey

Mike Kobylk
Alaskan pioneer and longtime Kenai Peninsula resident Mike Kobylk, 94, died peacefully Aug. 10, 2010, at Heritage Place, in the arms of his wife, Peachie.

Guest book for Senator Ted Stevens available
The Peninsula Memorial Chapel will have a guest book for those who would like to sign and send their condolences to the family of Sen. Ted Stevens.

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

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

Dennis Jorgensen
Longtime Soldotna area resident Dennis Jorgensen, 64, died Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010, at St Elias Specialty Hospital in Anchorage.

Farewell, Sen. Stevens ...
In our coverage a week ago of the death of U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, we elicited comments from local civic leaders and residents, remembering the state's senior senator.

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

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.

Kenai Golf Report: Golf season continues at Kenai Golf Course along with rainy weather
Enough already with the rain. Either I blinked and missed some sunshine or it really hasn't stopped raining for days! Things are amazingly green and lush -- and SOGGY!

Sports Briefs

Morning Bowling League seeks women

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