Dialing up a council meeting
After picking apart a proposed ordinance, the Kenai City Council voted Wednesday to allow telephonic participation in council meetings.
Todd Black steadies his dog Erik as Tim Bowser gives him a rabies vaccine during a free rabies clinic at the Soldotna Animal Shelter Saturday morning. Volunteers administered several hundred shots in about five hours, according to shelter manager Marianne Clark.
Winter gets speedy welcome
With the sun looming behind the trees, a large crowd set off running toward the Tsalteshi Trails at Skyview High School on Friday to familiarize themselves with the trail system.
Derrel Wayne Pryor
Soldotna resident Derrel Wayne Pryor died Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, at Central Peninsula General Hospital in Soldotna. He was 70.
Voices of the Clarion: Labra-do or Labra-don't?
Ever heard of a Labradoodle? How about a Yorkiepoo? Maybe a puggle, at the very least?
Clarion changes designed to make positive difference
Change is good.. Most people believe that until they're faced with having to make changes. Most often, change is followed by resistance. But eventually people grow to accept it and move on.
Around the Peninsula
Quilters set to sew Flu shots available Swim team hopefuls set for plunge Holiday workshop set to decorate Rec center to celebrate Blood drive on tap Auction, chili feed fund-raiser set to dish SoHi craft fair slated
Bauer, Painter marry in Kasilof Nelson, Farrar marry in Tennessee Richardson, Warren announce engagement
The Sky Guy: Winter brings prime viewing
Winter has almost arrived and that means the bounty of the beautiful winter sky charms us once more.
From its humble beginning as an Arab elixir in Yemen more than 1,000 years ago, coffee has come a long way, crossing oceans and infiltrating cultures and currently seems to be percolating its way into every area of American and Alaskan life.
My best friend
Roxane Dodds sits with her pet chow, Rusty, who is a therapy dog at Heritage Place in Soldotna. Dodds said the residents and staff at Heritage love Rusty's thick fur and playful, but well-disciplined, behavior.
Grace upsets Nikiski
Grace Christian defeated Nikiski in the finals of the Southcentral Conference volleyball tournament Saturday at Grace Christian in Anchorage.
Dimond dominates Peninsula Ice Challenge
The Dimond hockey team went 3-0 to win the Horizon Lines Peninsula Ice Challenge Thursday through Saturday at the Soldotna Sports Center.
Mishler claims state
A state championship isn't a bad way to cap a career. "I'm feeling pretty good. It's been a good last meet for high school," said Kenai Central's Landon Mishler after claiming first place on the boys 50-yard freestyle Saturday at the state swimming and diving championships at Bartlett High School in Anchorage.
Colony sweeps Kenai for crown
Kenai Central took a step up Saturday evening, but still came up a bit short against the Colony Knights, dropping a 25-18, 25-23, 25-23 decision in the Northern Lights Conference championship volleyball match at Soldotna High School.
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