Bird is the word. Trayton Bird, that is. The Soldotna freshman helped rally the Stars baseball squad to a 5-4 victory over Kenai Central Friday evening at the Soldotna Little League fields with a high-flying walkoff hit. After seeing the Kardinals score a go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning that put them up 4-3, Bird found himself at the plate with the bases loaded and one out. He preceded to knock out a deep line drive double to left field that scored Mason Prior and Terrance Slats.
I admit it, I read my Facebook newsfeed. On frequent occasions, I am moved to tears by the video of a member of our armed forces surprising his loved ones as he returns safe and sound from a combat zone.
If you visit Mount Olympus, you will see scores of crumbling statues to false gods once worshipped by ancient Greeks. The same is true in Rome, where statues of political gods, notably those named Caesar, lay in ruins. We are more sophisticated today.
The appointment of Bob Mumford to the open Board of Fisheries seat concludes yet another contentious chapter in fish board politics. Mumford is Gov.
Speak up if you've heard this one before. Kenai Central senior Allie Ostrander posted a new high among prep runners in the girls 3,200 meter race on day 1 at the Region III track and field championships Friday afternoon under mild, sunny skies at Ed Hollier field in Kenai. Ostrander lapped the entire field en route to setting the Region III record, as well as improving her own national high school girls record this season, with a blazing time of 9 minutes, 58.74 seconds. "I think I'm making steps in the right direction," Ostrander said Friday.
Briana VinZant of Soldotna graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in English and theatre from the University of Jamestown in Jamestown, North Dakota, at a May 9 commencement ceremony held at the Jamestown Civic Center.
The following club members were recognized at the club's annual awards ceremony May 14.
There are numerous reasons why we choose to keep small poultry flocks in our backyards with the joy of farm animals and a steady source of protein, eggs, and garden fertilizer just to name a few, but keeping our birds and ourselves healthy requires us to be proactive by creating a clean and healthy environment.
I love the smell of wet dog in the morning. It smells like summer. In fact, there are a lot of scents you get to experience during the Alaska summer that you just don't get to enjoy during the winter.
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