Saturday, December 1, 2007

Reader: Earth won't die
I would like to let people know that the earth changes every so many years. My science teacher told me in 1956 that our class would probably all live to see vast changes such as Florida would become as Alaska and Alaska would become more tropical this is the nature of our planet!

Event's success is music to the ears
On behalf of the KDLL Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, members and listeners, I would like to thank Rebecca Lambourn and all of the wonderful musicians who donated their time and talent at the Open Mic Musical Extravaganza on Nov. 15 at Veronica's Cafe.

Bridge lights a bright idea
I think the lights on the new bridge are wonderful! After nearly 50 years in this wonderful state, I've come to value the things that bring color and light to our almost five months of darkness each year.

Money could be better spent by city than on lights
In response to Ms. (Viveca) Draper's question regarding the lights on the Kenai River bridge (Clarion, Nov. 13), the lights in my opinion are too flashy, too distracting and should be turned off completely.

Reader: Initiative promotes responsible mining in Alaska
I am writing to urge everyone to sign the Alaska Clean Water Initiative. This initiative would promote responsible mining and protect Alaska's clean water and wild salmon by not allowing the dumping of any toxins into surface or groundwater used as salmon habitat or drinking water.

Public comment keeps vets memorial, cemetery talks alive
The fact that a city cemetery and a veterans memorial in Soldotna Creek Park were not on the city council's agenda Wednesday night did not deter foes and friends from voicing their opinions on the controversial topics.

Limited entry for guides supported
Despite the contention between guided and non-guided anglers, the Kenai-Soldotna Fish and Game Advisory Committee breezed through guiding proposals at Wednesday's meeting relatively quickly. The committee voted to support four proposals but opposed the rest, most of which sought to restrict guides on the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers.

Seminar not just for trappers
Larry Lewis set his trap hoping to catch a lynx, but when his daughter called him to rescue his dog who was snared instead, he realized that his dog was lucky he was home.

Road rules nearing adoption
Months of work on a measure that would require subdivision developers to build roads to standards necessary to place them under borough maintenance could become law Tuesday.

Photo feature: Rocky rolling
Kenai Central High School junior Alex Sonnichsen finishes a cross-country ski team workout on rollerskis Thursday afternoon. Lack of snow is hurting central peninsula teams. "There was a week then it all melted and now we have this," Sonnichsen said. "It's horrible."

Roy C. Borchardt
Longtime Alaskan and Kenai resident Roy C. Borchardt died Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2007, at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna following a long illness. He was 67.

Taking advantage of early spring cleaning
In case you haven't noticed, the Kenai Peninsula Borough is trying to make a good impression.

Taking advantage of early spring cleaning Spur gas line is same plan, different year
Today is the deadline for applica-tions to build a natural gas pipeline in Alaska.

Peat deposits record postglacial climate history of the Kenai
Old-timers who came to the Kenai after World War II have seen glaciers like Portage, Tustumena and Grewingk steadily pulling back into the mountains. These glaciers are small relicts of the ice sheets that extended out across the Kenai lowland and filled Kachemak Bay, and locally merged with even larger glaciers that came across Cook Inlet from the Alaska Range. The action climaxed 23,000 years ago at the height of the last glaciation.

Peninsula Clarion - Community

Skiers waiting for some snow
Mother Nature has played Lucy the holder and area cross-country skiers have played Charlie Brown the kicker so far this winter.

Hakkinen starts strong
What a difference a year makes.

Sports Briefs
CIA netters fall in conference tourney

The answer today is mankind's well-being
A Chinese proverb states: "One who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; one who does not ask a question remains a fool forever."

Peninsula Clarion - Religion

Brown Bears shuffle players
Adam Krefski assisted on two goals when the Wichita Falls Wildcats split a pair of games with Kenai River in mid-October.

Oilers name Myers their 23rd coach
Tom Myers was not a psychic.

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