? The Kenai and Soldotna Chambers of Commerce will host a joint luncheon at noon on July 16 at the Kenai Visitor Center. A "Vote No on 1" presentation is planned. RSVP to 262-9814 or 283-1991.
Walking into the purple and green building, which sits at the end of a short gravel driveway in Soldotna, shop owner, Rondell Gonzalez, offers a friendly greeting.
Greater Kenai obituaries from the Peninsula Clarion and other Alaska obituary sources. Explore life stories, offer tributes/condolences, send flowers or create a lasting online memorial for loved ones.
The city of Soldotna is proposing a capital budget with significant attention to downtown improvement projects aimed at community identity.
Fourth of July was a beautiful day, with largest crowd I can remember for the parade and park get together. Every body was in good spirits, with lots of sacks of goodies being passed out, but I had one disappointment with the hundreds of flags given away. I had a hole in the top of my cap so I could display mine, but hundreds went undisplayed. A thought came into my mind after the parade that with the enormous amount of money it costs to put on a program this size maybe something could be done. Frequently on the front of the newspapers I get, there are stick-on advertisements.
As I drive along the spur, north of Kenai, I see more signage going up stating "Vote No on 1." It seems small and medium size businesses understand who runs this State, Big Oil. Certainly our politicians understand. If the mega-oil companies do not get what they want they will pack their bags and leave. Many individuals believe these behemoths would never abandon Alaska. However, Corporations have only one fiduciary responsibility. It's all about making more money. And so they do. Rules and regulations ignored. Pay the fines as long as the profits continue. Just ask the big banks.
If you've been caught up in the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil since it began earlier last month, you are not alone. However, in addition to the electrifying games, we've also been hearing a lot about all the good food there is to be enjoyed in Brazil.
"Earth to Echo" Relativity Media 1 hour, 29 minutes I am currently writing from the mountains of rural Vermont, and all the power has suddenly gone out, the result of yet another wild summer storm.
Unemployment in the United States fell in June to 6.1 percent from 6.3 percent in May, the lowest rate since the fall of 2008.
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