Monday, December 7, 2009

Home alone: Kenai police arrest babysitter, 19, for leaving 2 kids behind
Kenai police arrested a 19-year-old babysitter for reckless endangerment on Dec. 3 after she allegedly left the two small children home alone in the middle of the night to go to a hotel bar in Kenai.

Sweet!: Cookie fundraiser has a mission
Gingerbread men, pumpkin spiced cookies, toffee bars -- there seemed to be something to satisfy the sweet tooth of even the most finicky of confection connoisseurs during the annual "Cookies 'Buy' the Pound" event at Our Lady of the Angles Catholic Church in Kenai on Saturday.

'Food insecurity' hits home: No matter what it's called, hunger affects entire community
Thanksgiving is past and we had more than enough food on our plates. We enjoyed leftover turkey and dressing for a day or two. No one in my family was concerned if there would be a Thanksgiving dinner. We've always been fortunate to have enough food.

Stay safe on peninsula's wintry roads
As this week's snowfall shows, winter driving can be an especially hazardous experience.

Community News
Food bank donations sought

Around the Peninsula

Book fair begins

Around the Peninsula

Recipes wanted

Kenai skaters fall to Moose, Warriors
Palmer's Ivan Good followed his four-goal game against Homer on Thursday with a repeat performance, scoring four goals against Kenai Central's hockey team Friday at the Soldotna Sports Center. The visiting Moose defeated the Kardinals 5-0 in North Star Conference play. The Kards suffered a close, 4-2 loss to Wasilla on Saturday at the Sports Center.

SoHi hockey nips Knights: Palmer squeaks past Stars
Soldotna's hockey team needed an additional three minutes to defeat the visiting Colony Knights 3-2 Friday in North Star Conference action at the Soldotna Sports Center. The Stars lost 2-1 to Palmer at the Sports Center on Saturday.

Nikiski takes Denali-Kachemak championship
With 12 wrestlers qualifying for the state tournament, a coach of the year award and winning the title, the Nikiski Bulldogs had an impressive showing at the inaugural Denali-Kachemak Conference tournament Friday and Saturday at Anchorage Christian Schools.

Wireless unleashes learning: School district expanding cord-free, interactive technology
Wireless Internet gives Savannah Anchinges courage.

Kenai Peninsula College

Darkroom class offered

Around the District
School board to meet

No cash for this clunker, just hard knocks
My car is dead.

Sports Briefs

Semmens sweeps Homer Invite

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