Tuesday, November 17, 2009

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.

Photo feature: Speedy delivery
Living up to the U.S. Post Service's motto, mailman Seamus Conner, 32, works through below-zero temperatures Monday afternoon, delivering the mail on the corner of Oak Avenue and Maple Drive in Kenai. Forecasters are calling for cold and clear weather with possible snow on Saturday.

Best Friends
Meggean Bos of Soldotna said, "Here is a picture of Hank, the beagle, tuckered out and ready for his

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