Thursday, August 31, 2006

Business Briefs
Chambers set schedules Small business center to host workshops Entrepreneurs attend Shaklee celebration

Reader: 2006 red run -- what happened?

Classic flows well with support
On behalf of the Kenai River Sportfishing Association, we would like to thank the tremendous effort put forth by the over 200 volunteers who make the Kenai River Classic an annual success. Through their continuing dedication, the Classic has become one of the largest volunteer driven fundraising events of its magnitude in the country. Many thanks also go to the numerous local businesses and individuals who generously donate auction items to the Classic.

Oh my ‘gourd’ness!
For 364 days a year J.D. Megchelsen of Nikiski seems like a pretty average guy, but for one day annually, at the Alaska State Fair in Palmer, he proves he is a god of gourds.

Jogger mauled by bear
A brown bear with cubs mauled a jogger near Kenai National Wildlife Refuge headquarters after he and his running companion spooked the sow on Centennial Trail on Tuesday morning.

High school boundaries provide students’ choice
While some believe high school boundaries in the Kenai Peninsula School District are drawn in a manner that favors one school over another — at least in terms of athletics — the boundaries are based more along traditional lines.

Lowe’s,Wal-Mart on track
The absence of large earth-moving equipment and land clearing work might appear to some that plans for a new Lowe’s home improvement store and a Wal-Mart Super Center coming to Kenai have stalled, but all remains on track according to city administration.

Easy pickings lure Sterling bear back to its death
A brown bear darted and relocated to Mystery Hills from Sterling in May recently was killed after it returned to Sterling to forage on more trash and was injured in an unreported shooting.

Earl Breckenridge
Homer resident Earl Breckenridge died Monday, Aug. 28, 2006, at his home. He was 66.

Heidi Penttila Wu
Former Soldotna resident Heidi Penttila Wu died Tuesday, July 11, 2006, in Quinzhou Quangxi, China.

Ernest ‘Ernie’ William Tiemann
Former Ninilchik resident Ernest William Tiemann died Friday, Aug. 18, 2006, at the Anchorage Pioneer Home, his residence for the last 20 years.

Around the Peninsula
Library open house set Rec center offers home school hour Driver safety class offered Youth basketball registration begins

Around the Peninsula
Hospital plans board meeting Soldotna library hosts open house Aging to be discussed Historical board to meet Teen-sized clothing sought Challenger Center hosts open house CPGH to host recovery rendezvous

Bulldogs netters pluck Kardinals
The Nikiski High School volleyball team defeated Kenai Central in three games in a nonconference match Tuesday, though the match certainly was closer than the 3-0 score would indicate.

Peninsula Clarion - Pulse

‘Invincible’ scores for entertainment
Mark Wahlberg, formerly Marky Mark of “Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch,” is fast becoming Hollywood’s go-to-guy for movies about the regular guy who gets that one miraculous chance to make it in the big time.

Art Briefs
Guild looking for art for harvest show Teen writers sought Pratt looking for Ritzy art Artist needed for installation Homer seeks fiber art Chamber seeks fishy photos Elmendorf bazaar seeks Alaska art State seeks art pros Flower boxes fund museum remodel Carving workshops slated Kenai photos wanted Rasmuson expands arts fund

What’s Happening
Best Bet Events and Exhibits Entertainment Upcoming Events Films Down the Road Anchorage events

Mixing it up
Golf can be a mixed-up game for sure. Sometimes that’s good and at other times, not so good. Personally, I think it’s my golf ball that’s mixed-up. Why else would it go right when I obviously hit it left or go over the green when it was supposed to go in the hole?

Here comes the sun
The weekend started out a little dreary but boy did that ever change. Sunday was one of those absolutely spectacular days that reminds me of why I stay in Alaska! Monday was more of the same, but darn it, that kind of weather sure makes it hard to be cooped up at work when you could be on the course enjoying yourself a bad day golfing beats a good day working, right?

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