On behalf of the Soldotna High School Class of 2016, we would like to thank the following businesses, and people for their donations, and help in making our "Ever After" prom an enjoyable and memorable night.
Have you noticed the building at the corner of Community College Drive and K-Beach Road recently? The Kenai Peninsula Foundation made a difference in an individual's life today! The Foundation provided funds to purchase signage letters identifying the building which houses the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank. At the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, we provide food to anyone who comes to ask for help in feeding themselves and/or their families. We, the staff at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, say thank you on behalf of the hundreds of families you will have helped with your contribution.
There was at least a kernel of truth in the Legislature's debate over Robert Ruffner's nomination to the Board of Fisheries. While he couched it in terms of maintaining a balance on the board, Sen.
How much noise is it going to make? How will Nikiski handle the influx of people and resulting crime if the Alaska LNG project goes forward? Will the project hire local companies to do some of the construction work on the mega-project? When will the community know if the project will go forward and Nikiski will get a pipeline?
There are two state spots up for grabs at this year's Northern Lights Conference baseball tournament, and with 10 games on the schedule for each of the eight teams, it doesn't leave a lot of room for ball teams to be tagged out.
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