Saturday, December 19, 2009

Chivalry, Christmas Spirit alive and well
I wanted to let people know that there is still Christmas Spirit and even more important, there are still gentlemen around.

Pact still on the table: Kenai council to reconsider climate change agreement
The Kenai City Council delayed commitment Wednesday night to the Alaska Coastal Communities Global Climate Change Compact.

New oil company hopes to restore production quickly
Managers of a newly formed oil company operating on the west side of Cook Inlet say they're looking forward to restoring operations at formerly abandoned assets acquired earlier this week.

The joy of shoveling
While shoveling snow off my deck and driveway this week, I got to thinking about the risks.

Soldotna Area Christmas Bird Count slated for Saturday
The 110th annual Christmas Bird Count season is under way; tens of thousands of volunteer birders are scouring their designated areas in over 2,000 circles this holiday season throughout North America. Once again local birders from the Kenai/Soldotna area are invited to participate in the Soldotna Annual Christmas Bird Count to be held Saturday.

Around the Peninsula

Santa to visit Nikiski

Eagles sweep Wolverines
Cook Inlet Academy swept Ninilchik on Thursday in the opening round of the Cook Inlet Classic hosted by CIA. The girls opened with a 47-31 victory, followed by the boys 50-35 win.

Church Briefs

Christmas concert planned

Class conflict: Tsalteshi hosts Christmas race
Tsalteshi Trails hosted the Christmas Class Races on Thursday behind Skyview High School.

Youth bowlers strike it rich
The one major difference about the sport of bowling when compared to other sports within the community is that it is unparalleled in what it has to offer the next generation.

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