Sunday, October 22, 2006

Donald John Geisen
Anchor Point resident Donald John Geisen died Monday, Oct. 16, 2006, at his home after a battle with lung cancer. He was 73.

Anne H. Olson
Soldotna resident Anne H. Olson died Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2006, at her home with family and friends at her side. She was 89.

Agrium shuts down for winter
Agrium’s Nikiski fertilizer plant will shut down for the winter Monday, a move that may be a trend in future winters without a significant change in Cook Inlet’s natural gas supply and delivery situation.

Kenai won’t turn off bills
After hearing from a second recreational vehicle park owner, Kenai decided to stick with its earlier decision to charge for water and sewer service in winter, even though the parks are closed.

Snag idea catches favor
Dwight Kramer says there are one too many scarred riverbanks and fish to justify a regulation that prevents anglers from keeping sockeye salmon that have been snagged, a term that refers to fish that have been hooked somewhere other than in the mouth.

On-campus student housing would encourage KPC’s growth
Kids grow up. If parents are lucky, it’s in small steps, not giant jarring ones.

Cooking on the Kenai
You spent your summer hunting, fishing and gathering — or making friends with people who do. Now it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Here’s some ideas from Kenai Peninsula cooks on how to eat what you’ve reaped.

Motherfessions Tales from the "Hood"
Hello. My name is Jacki and I have a confession. I’m a bag lady. I now know that I’m not alone and that millions of moms spend their days at least half in the bag. For years I’ve lived in denial and concealed my secret under the guise of living a stereotypical suburban existence — minivan, cell phone, Birkenstocks and all. But, truth be told, I am a bona fide, certified, honest-to-goodness, tote-carrying, backpack-packing, luggage-lugging, purse-packing, duffle-dragging, grocery sack-slinging, garbage bag-groping, diaper bag-wielding bag lady.

Around the Peninsula
Seniors serve up breakfast Domestic violence workshop set Used book sale planned LeeShore board meeting slated CPGH board meeting slated Basketball camp set to shoot National Guard to host party Sports swap gears up Craft vendors sought GED help available in Ninilchik

Searching for Service
People have been attracted to flying for many years.

Homer swimmers notch sweep of SoHi
When a dual meet ends with a game of sharks and minnows, it’s usually an indication that a whole lot was not at stake.

Nikiski netters roll over Grace, Heritage
The Nikiski High School volleyball team didn’t drop a game in winning two matches over the weekend, clinching the top seed for the Southcentral Conference tournament along the way.

SoHi netters nip Kardinals
Soldotna volleyball coach Pako Whannell is not sure how many times her team has played in five-game matches this year, she just knows it’s too many.

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