Break in illusions
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of stories examining burglary trends in the central Kenai Peninsula. Monday’s story will look into what damage and thefts typically result from burglaries.
Prop. 2 turns voters’ forum into debate
The Kenai Peninsula Borough ballot proposition on raising revenue drew comments that nearly turned a preelection public forum into a debate Thursday night.
Benson includes Nikiski in Congressional campaign tour
It might have been chilly and rainy outside, but congressional candidate Diane Benson received a warm welcome at the Nikiski Senior Citizens Center on Friday afternoon.
John Richard Miller
Lifelong Alaska resident John Richard Miller died Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006, in Anchorage. He was 58.
Individuals, communities can prevent burglaries
A break-in could be as extensive as windows being smashed and doors knocked in, or there could be no physical damage at all.
In search of a problem: Requiring photo ID will only push voter turnout down further
When I’m home alone and hear a strange noise coming from the basement late at night, my hair bristles and my ears perk up.
Happy heartburn to you ...
Congratulations to me! I didn’t die this year! Now give me presents.
Around the Peninsula
Messages of hope offered Recipes sought Nikiski neighbors to meet Quilt raffle fundraiser Bus route changes announced Marathon seeks runners, volunteers Horse council activity planned Dog jog fundraiser unleashed
Rookie proves racing isn’t just for guys
At the beginning of the summer of 2005, Sterling’s Charley Michel, 16, did not even know Twin Cities Raceway existed.
Even torture doesn’t turn cat’s disposition sour
“Life is like a box of chocolates.”
Nikiski stays in playoff race
Just call Tyler Payment king.
Kenai edges Homer
Kenai squeaked out an 8-7 Northern Lights Conference victory over upset-minded Homer Saturday to keep its playoff hopes alive.
Hall, Franquelin win SoHi Pentathlon
Hard work leads to improvement was the moral of the story at this year’s SoHi Pentathlon at Soldotna High School.
The Skyview High School volleyball team defeated Homer in three games to win the Peninsula Challenge volleyball tournament Saturday in Homer.
Stars roll past rival Panthers
Explosive offensive numbers have buoyed Soldotna’s ascent to the top of the Northern Lights Conference.
Region III runners tackle hills
Skyview’s Ivy O’Guinn started ahead and stayed ahead at the Region III cross country championships Saturday in Nikiski.
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