Wednesday, September 8, 2010

38th Annual Hatch Chile Festival

Flame Flavor with World-Famous Hatch Chiles

Trooper sting cites Germans for fishing over the limit
Alaska Wildlife Troopers caught eight Germans visitors taking two times the bag limit last Sunday.

CPH issue draws a crowd: Assembly hears from public on proposed joint venture
Tuesday night's Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting drew one of the largest crowds in recent memory, with people lining the walls of the chamber to take part in the landmark decision facing the assembly.

Trooper car catches fire on Marathon Road
An Alaska State Trooper vehicle was completely destroyed by a fire last month, and troopers aren't sure why.

Crash kills 1, hurts 5: Kenai attorney Peter Mysing dies in accident
A Kenai attorney was killed and several others were injured in a T-bone collision at the corner of Overland Avenue and Mission Avenue in Old Town Kenai Sunday night.

Prop 2 talked over: Voters will decide on mayor or manager
This October, Kenai Peninsula Borough voters will get to decide the way the borough is managed -- by an appointed manager or elected mayor.

Muzzleloaders take aim: Certification class offers participants portal to the past
Fog hovered over the Kachemak Bay Gun Club's rifle range. Lines of rubber tires marked distance increments down the lightly grassed ground. The rows lead back to piles of their counterparts on a third mound -- to absorb the bullet's impact.

Police recover body in Kenai River
The body of an unidentified man was recovered from the Kenai River Monday afternoon.

Cafe reopens after crash
Business was slower than usual at the Kaladi Brothers Coffee Company cafe on the Sterling Highway yesterday after Sunday's accident that sent a pickup truck through the front windows.

Exit Glacier shrinks? National Park Service installs instruments to monitor snowfall
Danny Seavey remembers trips to Exit Glacier from his youth.

HEA proposes changes to rate structure
Homer Electric Association is proposing a number of changes in the way it bills customers that could go into effect as soon as January 2012.

Kathryn Laura Church
Longtime Alaskan and Soldotna resident Kathryn Laura Church, 71, died Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2010, at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna.

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Kenai Central changes game times

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Kenai Central sweeps Homer Invite

Soldotna topples Homer
The Soldotna volleyball team improved to 2-0 in the Northern Lights Conference and 2-0 overall by defeating visiting Homer in four games on Tuesday.

Golf Report: Beautiful colors, weather welcome golfers to September
September is well under way and we have had some beautiful fall weather so far. The colors are absolutely gorgeous everywhere you look and nowhere are more beautiful than at the Kenai Golf Course.

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