Land of the free loosing its meaning
“Land of the free and home of the brave”, a saying that probably dates back to the Revolutionary War. One that used to represent the united States and much of the reason I believe that there have always been men and women that sought out the military to serve their country and further the meaning of ‘proud to serve’.
Palin has proven budget prowess
Sarah Palin is my choice for Governor. She has the energy, intelligence and momentum to make political history in our state and she is connecting with people all over Alaska in a way that has never been seen here before. In every campaign she has run, she has done more with less money than any other major candidate. This is an excellent indication about how she can manage money, budgets, and people and get the most for our money.
Knowles no friend to fishermen
I’m a lifelong Democrat and commercial fisherman since 1966.
Hospital benefits from new equipment
South Peninsula Hospital Education Department would like to thank the South Peninsula Hospital Foundation for its generous refunding of a much needed new laptop and projector, as well as computer for our education training room. This equipment will be used by hospital instructors and speakers providing presentations to the staff and public, both at the facility and off-campus location. The computer will be used by registered nursing students, certified nursing assistant students, as well as hospital staff.
Registration hunts canceled
Hunters waiting for a mountain goat registration hunt on the Kenai Peninsula this year can throw their cleats, binoculars and gunny sacks back into the storage closet.
Motorist killed on Thursday morning snowy roads
The first accumulation of snow this season sent vehicles sliding off central Kenai Peninsula roads Thursday morning leaving one man dead east of Sterling.
Cutter Hickory to haunt Homer Spit
That’s not the wind howling on Homer Spit. It’s the ghosts and goblins that have taken control of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Hickory.
Unavailable satellite channels has senior upset with provider
Lew Buck feels cheated.
April Loraine Weinert
Former Kenai Peninsula resident April Loraine Weinert died Sunday, Oct. 22, 2006. She was 25.
Both election ballot measures sound good, but ...
With all the hype going on about who will be our next governor, voters also should decide where they stand on the two ballot measures in the Nov. 7 general election. On the surface, both measures sound appealing, but voters should take a second look.
Area H permit holders meeting scheduledSports swap gears upWhat’s your story
Winter wonders await those willing to look up
When it comes to viewing meteor showers in late fall and winter, Alaskans have at least one advantage over stargazers living in the Lower 48. It’s easy to wake up before sunrise.
Refuge education specialist migrates north
The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge staff says goodbye to one of its own next week. Nicole Gustine, better known to some of you by her maiden name of Johnson, is moving to Fairbanks to continue her work with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and to be with her new husband, Dave Gustine.
Around the Peninsula
Skating offeredHabitat fundraiser setBasketball camp set to shootNRA fundraiser takes aimNational Guard to host partyHaunted house opens Saturday in SoldotnaSeniors serve up breakfastArt project exhibitLa Leche League to meetDinner theater set
Athletes from central peninsula look to punch state tickets at Region III meet
As high school teams prepare for the Region III swimming and diving championships today and Saturday in Homer, coaches have been doing their best to enter their swimmers in the events in which they will be most successful.
If the grass isn’t green enough have your eyes checked
Some years ago I read an account of a farmer who had milk cows. The cows had been placed in a field with lush green grass, but the farmer noticed that it wasn’t long before they were enduring the pain of barbed wire to reach the grass on the other side of the fence.
Winter gear soughtGrace Lutheran to host carnivalAddictions group meetsClothes closet opensPrayer meeting slatedSunday healing class continuesSovereign Grace to host open houseKids’ night out plannedWoman’s Bible class plannedHarvest carnival planned Clothes available
Oilers announce 2 signings
The Peninsula Oilers continued to shape their roster for 2007.
Birch Ridge says goodbye to golf
Mother Nature finally shut us down! On Tuesday, the ground froze and stayed frozen all day, so Birch Ridge Golf Course is “officially” closed for the season. We would like to thank all of you who helped us survive this record-setting wet year.
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