Monday, September 23, 2002

Southeast Alaska leaders back ferry changes
CRAIG (AP) -- The Southeast Conference has gone on record supporting a restructuring of the management of the Alaska Marine Highway System, but the group isn't backing any particular option.

Sept. 17, 2002 The Anchorage Daily News knocks Rep. Young's land measure for Native veterans
Don Young's too-generous federal land grant for Alaska Native Vietnam veterans

Anchorage police reassign head of dispatch unit
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- The officer in charge of dispatchers at the Anchorage Police Department has been reassigned, six weeks after police could not find the Eagle River home of former Alaska State Trooper head Glenn Godfrey the night he was killed.

Illness forces energy secretary to curtail Alaska visit
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham has canceled most of his Alaska visit because of illness, a Department of Energy official said Sunday.

NRA backs Murkowski
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- The National Rifle Association announced Friday it had endorsed Republican Frank Murkowski for governor.

Haines consolidation prompts rush of candidates
JUNEAU (AP) -- The recent consolidation of Haines city and borough governments has sparked a crowded run for new offices.

Supreme Court reverses wrongful termination dismissal
FAIRBANKS (AP) -- The Alaska Supreme Court has reinstated a wrongful termination lawsuit of a man who claimed he was formed to quit his job at the Interior Regional Housing Authority.

Rutting moose get tangled up in Anchorage yards
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Rutting moose are getting all tangled up in Anchorage yards, doing battle with volleyball nets, yard flags and hammocks.

Sept. 17, 2002 The Ketchikan Daily News says B.C. allowing new fish farms a bad idea
The cat's out of the bag; the horse is out of the barn.

Candidate chronically late pay tax bill
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Ernie Hall, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, has a pattern of paying his city property taxes late.

Frey re-elected AFL-CIO executive president
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Delegates to the state AFL-CIO convention in Fairbanks re-elected Mano Frey as executive president of the labor organization last week.

Kotzebue to vote on alcohol sales
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Alcohol is back on the ballot in Kotzebue, where voters will have another shot at allowing bars and liquor stores to open for the first time in nearly 15 years.

Investigator recommends dismissing issue ad complaints
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- An Alaska Public Office Commission investigator has recommended dismissing campaign finance complaints against the Murkowski for Governor campaign and a Virginia group that ran critical television ads targeting Lt. Gov. Fran Ulmer and Gov. Tony Knowles.

Two die in separate mishaps in Matanuska Valley
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Two Anchorage men died in separate accidents in the Matanuska Valley, Alaska State Troopers said.

Oil exporters, importers battle over OPEC decision on crude prices
OSAKA, Japan (AP) -- OPEC's decision to the hold the line on crude output led the top U.S. energy official to push again for more oil from Alaska. Energy producers and consumers are meeting at a high-profile conference this weekend, officials said.

Sea reptile fossils found near Eureka
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Fossils of a big extinct marine reptile have been uncovered in a rugged area near Eureka, the first discovery of these ancient creatures in the region, according to a scientist at the University of Alaska Museum.

Stevens pans editorial on gas pipeline
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A Wall Street Journal editorial has eroded congressional support for a proposed Alaska natural gas pipeline, said U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens.

Study finds impacts on Tanana Flats
FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Airboat traffic and power line construction are changing wetland vegetation and hastening permafrost melt in the Tanana Flats, two local researchers have found. What it means in the long run is unclear.

Sept. 17, 2002 The Anchorage Daily News says post-Sept. 11 vigilance unfortunately necessary
he three Muslim men stopped Friday on a Florida highway as potential terrorism suspects had no weapons or explosives.

Police raid Hell's Angels compound
FAIRBANKS (AP) -- A Hell's Angels compound off the Richardson Highway was raided over the weekend by officers from five law enforcement agencies.

Sept. 22, 2002 The Voice of the Times blasts Wall Street Journal on gasline
Now the Wall Street Journal has swallowed whole the spurious arguments against an Alaska Highway gas pipeline put forth by a team of critics.

Two seek job as mayor of Denali Borough
FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Two current assembly members are facing off in the race to be the next mayor of the Denali Borough.

Mudslide knocks out hydropower to Juneau
JUNEAU (AP) -- A mudslide toppled two transmission towers Saturday 20 miles south of Juneau, knocking out power to the capital.

Juneau woman killed crossing street
JUNEAU (AP) -- A 77-year-old Juneau woman died over the weekend after being hit by a truck while crossing a street, Juneau police report.

Juneau man enters plea to hunting charges
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A Juneau man pleaded no contest Thursday to three charges connected to a brown bear hunt near the Endicott River in spring 2001.

Teen killed in ATV crash near Chevak
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A Chevak teen died over the weekend from injuries suffered in an ATV, according to Alaska State Troopers.

Ulmer touts education, fast ferries to Juneau Chamber
JUNEAU (AP) -- Alaska's schools would have received $13 million more this year if lawmakers had inflation-proofed the state's foundation formula, Democrat candidate for governor Fran Ulmer said Friday.

Illness forces energy secretary to curtail Alaska visit
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham has canceled most of his Alaska visit because of illness, a Department of Energy official said Sunday.

Unemployment Rate Rises in August
JUNEAU (AP) -- Alaska's unemployment rate rose to 5.8 percent in August, up 0.8 percent from the figure a year ago, the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development reported Friday.

Haines consolidation prompts rush of candidates
JUNEAU (AP) -- The recent consolidation of Haines city and borough governments has sparked a crowded run for new offices.

More than 5,000 to be denied permanent fund dividends
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- The number of residents ineligible for Alaska Permanent Fund dividends because of criminal records will jump by 35 percent this year, according to Department of Revenue estimates.

Rutting moose get tangled up in Anchorage yards
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Rutting moose are getting all tangled up in Anchorage yards, doing battle with volleyball nets, yard flags and hammocks.

Trial begins in 1994 murder of man and woman
KENAI (AP) -- The lawyer for a man charged with murdering a couple in 1994 told jurors that his client's confession to police was false.

Candidate chronically late pay tax bill
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Ernie Hall, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, has a pattern of paying his city property taxes late.

State receives dismal review of child protection service
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A comprehensive federal review of Alaska's system of protecting children from abuse or neglect has found widespread deficiencies.

Homer schoolchildren accused of terroristic threats
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Three Homer elementary school students are accused of making terroristic threats, including talking about using guns and other weapons to take over their elementary school.

Anchorage murder sentenced to 61 years
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A man convicted of murder at a summer party was sentenced Friday to 61 years in prison.

Two die in separate mishaps in Matanuska Valley
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Two Anchorage men died in separate accidents in the Matanuska Valley, Alaska State Troopers said.

Stevens confident about bypass mail legal challenge
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- New mail-hauling rules should withstand legal challenges from two airlines, according to U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska.

Police raid Hell's Angels compound
FAIRBANKS (AP) -- A Hell's Angels compound off the Richardson Highway was raided over the weekend by officers from five law enforcement agencies.

Homer schoolchildren accused of terroristic threats
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Three Homer elementary school students are accused of making terroristic threats, including talking about using guns and other weapons to take over their elementary school.

Nostalgic send-off for Big Red Machine's old home, but Phillies beat Reds 4-3
CINCINNATI -- Rose and Morgan, Bench and Perez, Seaver and Browning, the Nasty Boys and the Big Red Machine.

Nostalgic send-off for Big Red Machine's old home, but Phillies beat Reds 4-3
CINCINNATI -- Rose and Morgan, Bench and Perez, Seaver and Browning, the Nasty Boys and the Big Red Machine.

Seattle foils Angels' postseason clincher
SEATTLE -- The Seattle Mariners prevented Anaheim from clinching a playoff spot as Ryan Franklin outpitched Angels ace Jarrod Washburn in a 3-2 victory Sunday.

Yanks clinch fifth-straight East title
DETROIT -- Andy Pettitte pitched seven strong innings and Mariano Rivera returned from the disabled list as the New York Yankees clinched their fifth straight AL East title with a 3-2 win Saturday over the Detroit Tigers.

Rockies top Diamondbacks
DENVER -- The Arizona Diamondbacks lost Brian Anderson to a broken foot and wasted a chance to clinch a playoff berth for the second straight day, blowing a five-run lead and losing to the Colorado Rockies 15-8 Saturday.

Seattle foils Angels' postseason clincher
SEATTLE -- The Seattle Mariners prevented Anaheim from clinching a playoff spot as Ryan Franklin outpitched Angels ace Jarrod Washburn in a 3-2 victory Sunday.

McLane served on council in '80s, wants to do it again
M. Scott McLane says the reason he wants to again fill a seat on the Soldotna City Council is pretty simple.

Carey: Retiring workers, infrastructure issues face city
Soldotna Mayor Dave Carey said holding the city's top job has been one of the highlights of his life.

McLane served on council in '80s, wants to do it again
M. Scott McLane says the reason he wants to again fill a seat on the Soldotna City Council is pretty simple.

Parker's priorities include improving looks of Soldotna
After being appointed to fill the seat vacated by Soldotna City Council member Kurt Olsen earlier this year, Lisa Parker says she's ready to serve a full term on the council.

Parker's priorities include improving looks of Soldotna
After being appointed to fill the seat vacated by Soldotna City Council member Kurt Olsen earlier this year, Lisa Parker says she's ready to serve a full term on the council.

Carey: Retiring workers, infrastructure issues face city
Soldotna Mayor Dave Carey said holding the city's top job has been one of the highlights of his life.

Race for Seat F features 2 candidates with experience
Joyce Cox believes that over the past three years, she has given the average person a voice on the Soldotna City Council.

Race for Seat F features 2 candidates with experience
Joyce Cox believes that over the past three years, she has given the average person a voice on the Soldotna City Council.

Age separates mayor hopefuls
"What's the main difference between you and your opponent?" an audience member at the League of Women Voters' candidate forum Thursday night asked Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor candidates Dale Bagley and Ken Lancaster.

Lack of Soldotna opposition could be good sign
When Soldotna voters go to the polls Oct. 1, they'll mainly vote to keep the status quo on the Soldotna city council.

Forums allow candidates chance to talk issues
A crowd of about 20 borough constituents remained through the last segment of the League of Women Voters-sponsored candidate forum Thursday night in the Borough Building to hear the candidates for the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly speak, and say much of the same things

Lack of Soldotna opposition could be good sign
When Soldotna voters go to the polls Oct. 1, they'll mainly vote to keep the status quo on the Soldotna city council.

School board: 7 or 9?
Kenai Peninsula Borough voters will have the opportunity to decide how school board members are elected at the general election Oct. 1.

School board: 7 or 9?
Kenai Peninsula Borough voters will have the opportunity to decide how school board members are elected at the general election Oct. 1.

School board races bring out 3
Three of four candidates for the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education spoke Thursday night at a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters.

School board races bring out 3
Three of four candidates for the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education spoke Thursday night at a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters.

Forums allow candidates chance to talk issues
A crowd of about 20 borough constituents remained through the last segment of the League of Women Voters-sponsored candidate forum Thursday night in the Borough Building to hear the candidates for the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly speak, and say much of the same things

Age separates mayor hopefuls
"What's the main difference between you and your opponent?" an audience member at the League of Women Voters' candidate forum Thursday night asked Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor candidates Dale Bagley and Ken Lancaster.

Don't forget, it's Healthy Aging Month
September is Healthy Aging Month. Recent research has demonstrated that activities that engage the mind of older adults can improve memory function -- one aspect of healthy aging.

Houston topples Seahawks
The Hawks dealt the Seahawks a 60-6 setback Saturday in a Great Land Conference game at Houston.

Soldotna routs East
The Soldotna High School football team rolled to a 43-6 victory over a junior varsity squad from East High School Saturday in Soldotna, but the win didn't turn out exactly as Soldotna coach Sarge Truesdell would have liked.

Houston topples Seahawks
The Hawks dealt the Seahawks a 60-6 setback Saturday in a Great Land Conference game at Houston.

Johnson ties record with Dover sweep
DOVER, Del. -- When Jimmie Johnson looked in the mirror, Mark Martin was almost too close to see.

Johnson ties record with Dover sweep
DOVER, Del. -- When Jimmie Johnson looked in the mirror, Mark Martin was almost too close to see.

Peninsula survey shows Proposition 4 not popular
A survey commissioned by the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce shows most Kenai Peninsula voters do not support an initiative that would exempt all nonprepared food items from sales tax.

Longtime dispatcher to hang up headset
Twenty-nine years of experience walk out the door of the Alaska State Troopers Soldotna headquarters Friday, when 911 dispatcher Judy Nelson retires.

Photo feature: Asleep at the wheel
Kenai Peninsula College students Reuben Rupp, Bethany Mercurio and Chase Griffith cheer the KPC team during the Vera Howarth Memorial Bed Race in Soldotna Saturday. The annual event is a fund-raiser for the Soldotna Lions Club's scholarship program.

VinZant: Not much difference between parties
Soldotna's Ray VinZant Sr. will be the Republican Moderate candidate on this year's state ballot for governor.

Fire damages Kenai Dental Clinic
The Kenai Police and Fire departments responded to smoke at the Kenai Dental Clinic early Sunday morning.

Peninsula survey shows Proposition 4 not popular
A survey commissioned by the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce shows most Kenai Peninsula voters do not support an initiative that would exempt all nonprepared food items from sales tax.

Victim's ex-wife testifies in trial of murder suspect
The former wife of a 1994 murder victim and ex-girlfriend of his accused killer, Billy D. Smith, testified Friday that she was devastated when Smith told her of his involvement in the killing.

DEC gives fuel cleanup update
Efforts to remove fuel from beneath Sterling are moving forward, though not everyone is convinced the state is doing enough to protect the Kenai River -- and Sterling residents -- from petroleum contamination.

Fire damages Kenai Dental Clinic
The Kenai Police and Fire departments responded to smoke at the Kenai Dental Clinic early Sunday morning.

Contract negotiations come to impasse
Contract negotiations for teachers and support staff in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District reached an impasse Friday. The process will now go before a federal mediator.

Photo feature: Asleep at the wheel
Kenai Peninsula College students Reuben Rupp, Bethany Mercurio and Chase Griffith cheer the KPC team during the Vera Howarth Memorial Bed Race in Soldotna Saturday. The annual event is a fund-raiser for the Soldotna Lions Club's scholarship program.

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Bill Chenault: Obituaries
Longtime Kenai resident Bill Chenault died Sunday, Sept. 22, 2002, in Bull Head City, Ariz. He was 67.

Dale S. Somers
Kenai resident Dale S. Somers died Friday, Sept. 20, 2002, at his home. He was 73.

Elizabeth Darien
Kenai resident Elizabeth Darien died Thursday, Sept. 19, 2002, at her home. She was 43.

Bill Chenault: Obituaries
Longtime Kenai resident Bill Chenault died Sunday, Sept. 22, 2002, in Bull Head City, Ariz. He was 67.

Philip Theodore Ames
Kenai resident Philip Theodore Ames died in his home Thursday, Sept. 19, 2002. He was 80.

Elizabeth Darien
Kenai resident Elizabeth Darien died Thursday, Sept. 19, 2002, at her home. She was 43.

Dale S. Somers
Kenai resident Dale S. Somers died Friday, Sept. 20, 2002, at his home. He was 73.

'Yes' vote on Proposition 3 sends positive message
Kenai Peninsula Borough voters will have a chance to show their support for education when they go to the polls Oct. 1.

'Yes' vote on Proposition 3 sends positive message
Kenai Peninsula Borough voters will have a chance to show their support for education when they go to the polls Oct. 1.

Proposition 4 would do more harm than good
One of the most talked about issues on the Oct. 1 ballot is Proposition No. 4, which would exempt the sale of all nonprepared food items from the borough's sales tax.

Soldotna candidates seek support
About the candidates' columns: All candidates for Soldotna City Council were invited to submit a 500-word column for publication. Mayoral candidate David Carey and incumbent council candidate Joyce Cox responded. Incumbent Lisa Parker, who is running unoppposed for a three-year term, and Scott McLane, who is challenging Cox for a three-year term, did not submit columns.

Letters to the Editor
Short history of commuter aviation in Kenai provides some perspective State House record foreshadows performance as borough mayor Plenty of things differentiate borough mayoral candidates

Soldotna candidates seek support
About the candidates' columns: All candidates for Soldotna City Council were invited to submit a 500-word column for publication. Mayoral candidate David Carey and incumbent council candidate Joyce Cox responded. Incumbent Lisa Parker, who is running unoppposed for a three-year term, and Scott McLane, who is challenging Cox for a three-year term, did not submit columns.

Letters to the Editor
Sales tax issue should serve as wake-up call to officialsProposition No. 4 exacerbates already unequal tax situationCredible air carrier of comparable size needed to compete with EraImpounding cars of drunken drivers would help make highways saferTeachers only want to be fairly compensated for talent, hard work

National Dog Week reminds us to celebrate our 4-legged friends
It was 12 years ago that I got my first dog. I'm not talking about the kind I had when I was growing up that belonged to the whole family. I'm talking about being on my own and having to take full responsibility for an actual other living creature.

Letters to the Editor
Short history of commuter aviation in Kenai provides some perspective State House record foreshadows performance as borough mayor Plenty of things differentiate borough mayoral candidates

Autumn moon set
The harvest moon sets Saturday morning behind the Chigmit Mountains near Mount Redoubt. The harvest moon is the full moon closest to the autumn equinox. Because it rises close to sunset and sets close to sunrise, the harvest moon gives farmers extra light to work in their fields.

Photo feature: never forget
Ella McFetridge and Vicki LaFleur designed a display recognizing the events of Sept. 11 for the ladies auxiliary showcase at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10,046 in Soldotna.

Dog takes her tips from patrons
FAIRBANKS -- It's Monday night at the Midnite Mine and bar owner Bob Moloney is keeping a sharp eye on his patrons. So is his yellow Labrador, Sam.

Goblins, Snow White, clowns, ghosts wanted
Did you ever dress up for Halloween? The Peninsula Clarion is seeking fun photographs of kids of all ages in costume for an upcoming edition.

Births
Cheryl Fite and Justin Monette Dana and Joe Cannava Kim and Mike Beck Carrie and Robert Hanson

My Best Friend
Sasha, a cocker spaniel mix, and Scruffy, a cockatiel, visit between "Papa" Bill Thompson's feet. Mr. Thompson, who lived in Kenai, died in April. Sasha was his front-seat companion when he drove around town running errands.

Peninsula People
Kenai man excels in Navy service Kenai men complete basic training Kenai man completes Army ROTC camp Homer woman completes Army training

Around the Peninsula
KDLL board to hold meeting Support group to hold meetings Open house slated at PenDOG Benefit for musher to be held ASPLS to hold seminar Kachemak land trust to hold event

Photo feature: never forget
Ella McFetridge and Vicki LaFleur designed a display recognizing the events of Sept. 11 for the ladies auxiliary showcase at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10,046 in Soldotna.

Kentucky pair recognized as world's oldest couple
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- A couple who said ''I do'' 83 years ago have been officially recognized as the world's oldest living married couple.

SeaLife Center releases rehabilitated seals
The Alaska SeaLife Center announced that Dolly, a female harbor seal rescued in June from the Pribilof Islands, was released in early September at Starria Beach.

Anderson, Every finally tie the knot
Amber Anderson and Travis Every, both of Kenai, were united in marriage Saturday, July 20, 2002, at the home of Cotton Moore on the Moose River in Sterling. Dustin Every officiated. The bride is the daughter of Margie and Steven Anderson of Kenai.

Births
Cheryl Fite and Justin Monette Dana and Joe Cannava Kim and Mike Beck Carrie and Robert Hanson

SeaLife Center releases rehabilitated seals
The Alaska SeaLife Center announced that Dolly, a female harbor seal rescued in June from the Pribilof Islands, was released in early September at Starria Beach.

Around the Peninsula
Hockey booster club to meetChamber to host candidate forumWRCC board to meetSeniors plan benefit dinnerChurch to hold dinnerCommunity blood drives plannedCollege seeks representatives

Peninsula People
Kenai man excels in Navy service Kenai men complete basic training Kenai man completes Army ROTC camp Homer woman completes Army training

4-H'ers win awards at state fair
The following 4-H students won awards at the 2002 Kenai Peninsula State Fair in Ninilchik. This list is continued from last week's Community page.

Around the Peninsula
KDLL board to hold meeting Support group to hold meetings Open house slated at PenDOG Benefit for musher to be held ASPLS to hold seminar Kachemak land trust to hold event

4-H'ers win awards at state fair
The following 4-H students won awards at the 2002 Kenai Peninsula State Fair in Ninilchik. This list is continued from last week's Community page.

Kenai family exemplifies hard work, community service
Sometimes boring is a good thing. Tim and Terri Wisniewski of Kenai describe themselves as being pretty dull. They aren't movie stars or secret agents, they don't race fast cars or go skydiving for entertainment, they don't speak with exotic accents (although Terri is from Minnesota), they aren't famous and they don't particularly want to be.

Wedding leads to 'Pack'ed house
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The wedding wasn't exactly traditional. There were a few cheese-headed guests, an Elvis impersonator and the legendary Packalope -- half-deer, half-Packers fan.

U.S. stays alive in Davis Cup
PARIS (AP) -- Don't count out the U.S. Davis Cup team just yet.

Soldotna swimmers sweep Kenai, Colony
The Soldotna High School boys and girls swimming and diving teams followed up a big night at the SoHi Pentathlon with a sweep of the competition Saturday in a three-team, dual-scoring meet at Soldotna.

Adam is at it again in overtime
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Super Bowl hero Adam Vinatieri's 35-yard field goal 4:40 into overtime Sunday gave unbeaten New England a 41-38 victory over Kansas City, which had tied the game on two touchdowns by Priest Holmes in the last five minutes of regulation.

SoHi girls come up golden; Kenai boys make state
Five Kenai Peninsula high school cross country teams earned an invitation to state at Palmer High School next Saturday with the Soldotna girls leading the way.

Stars outlast Kenai netters
Sometimes, taking a step back for a deep breath can make all the difference in the world.

Knowles repeats
Kenai Central senior Rachel Knowles scored 353.25 points Friday to take her second straight Kenai 11-Dive Meet. Knowles improved on her score of 300.55 for the victory, and easily had enough to top Heidi Biggs' 213.40 points.

Adam is at it again in overtime
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Super Bowl hero Adam Vinatieri's 35-yard field goal 4:40 into overtime Sunday gave unbeaten New England a 41-38 victory over Kansas City, which had tied the game on two touchdowns by Priest Holmes in the last five minutes of regulation.

Beeson leads Cook Inlet Academy to Region II championship
Behind individual champion Brian Beeson, the Cook Inlet Academy boys team won the Region II, Class 1-2-3A Cross Country Championships Saturday at Susitna Valley. The race was held under sunny skies and the watchful presence of Denali.

Kiffmeyer, Sorrell defend SoHi Pentathlon titles
Last year, Jenna Syverson's illness and Sarah Brettrager's disqualification opened the door for Soldotna's Abby Kiffmeyer to claim her first SoHi Pentathlon crown.

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