Monday, December 14, 2009

Kenai mulls climate pact: Agreement encourages community collaboration
The city of Kenai is in the midst of deciding whether to sign a compact that encourages Alaska's coastal communities to collaborate in efforts to combat human-induced global climate change.

Mayor seeks work group: Group would look at river buffer zone ordinance
A 13-year-old borough ordinance designed to protect salmon rearing streams that's effectiveness has been called into question is likely going to be revisited as soon as the beginning of the new year.

Survey: 90-day sessions causing problems
Alaska's voters in 2006 narrowly approved shortening legislative sessions from the constitutionally mandated 120-day maximum to 90 days.

Around the Peninsula

Interview, resume workshop slated

Skyview girls topple Nikiski: Bulldogs take boys game
The Skyview girls and Nikiski boys began the prep basketball season with victories on Friday night at Skyview High School in nonconference action.

Mucha leads area at Lynx Loppett
Kenai Central's Kailey Mucha led peninsula skiers on Friday and Saturday at the Dimond Lynx Loppett at Kincaid Park in Anchorage.

Around the District

School board to meet

Middle school love lost is experience gained
I remember it quite distinctly, my first day of seventh grade, trembling in my seat, when he walked in.

Bauder, Tully marry
Lindsay Bauder and Matt Tully were married in an afternoon ceremony July 11, 2009, at the home of the brides parents on Sports Lake in Soldotna. Pastor Kevin Wilkening officiated.

Bailey, Anderson plan to wed
Brooke Bailey of Soldotna and Jason Anderson of Kenai, plan to marry Sunday, Jan. 10, 2010, at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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