School, buses take great care of students
This is a letter of appreciation to the staff of Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science, as well as to Kenai special needs transportation buses Nos. 3 and 6.
Ramras supports Juneau as capital
Lieutenant governor candidate Jay Ramras made his first campaign trip to Juneau on Thursday, but that follows many trips by the outspoken Fairbanks Republican as a member of the state House of Representatives.
Presidential visit makes impression
Airman 1st Class Cody Nations, Air Force
RCA OKs Enstar contract
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has approved a contract for Enstar Natural Gas Co. to purchase new natural gas from the small North Fork field east of Anchor Point on the Kenai Peninsula.
Christine Marie 'Chris' Hausotter
Homer resident Christine Marie "Chris" Hausotter died Monday, Nov. 9, 2009 from complications due to a protracted illness at the South Peninsula Hospital in Homer. She was 64.
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Flying high: SoHi netters take 4th at state tournament
The Soldotna volleyball team swept Palmer on Saturday at West High School in Anchorage to finish fourth at the Class 4A state volleyball tournament.
Avs sweep Brown Bears
Aided by two Zack Smith goals in the third period, the Alaska Avalanche of Wasilla defeated Kenai River 3-0 on Friday at the Soldotna Sports Center.
Saltzgiver, Little marry in Utah
Breezy Saltzgiver and Jake Little were married in an afternoon ceremony Sept. 4, 2009, in Morgan, Utah. Bishop Ernie Durrant officiated.
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