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Niles Arthur Kaho

Lifelong Alaskan Niles Arthur Kaho died Thursday, March 29, 2007, at the Stone Brook Inn in Soldotna. He was 83. A celebration of his life will be...

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Obituaries
Reimer leads Peninsula finishers at Lost Lake

...Burgh 3:12:39 202. Mike Connaker 3:15:08 203. Jonathan Hughes 3:15:14 204. Anthony Barnrad 3:15:50 205. Niles Woods 3:16:27 206. Michael Chard 3:16:46 207. Steven Rounsaville 3:16:49 208. Stephen Bottum 3:16:50 209...

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Sports
Sun shines on family fun during Nikiski Days

...perfect summer day last week as hundreds turned out for some old fashioned Family Fun in the Midnight Sun. 18-month-old Niles Broussard emerges from the inflatable Jumping Castle with a little help from his friends at Nikiski Days According to Judene...

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Kenai Peninsula College announces spring Chancellors and Deans lists

...Aaron Kosydar, Joshua Larson, Tomoko LeClare, Linda Leveque, Christina Long, Merci Medcoff, Ayako Mikami, Kristine Niles, Sean O'Guinn, Meriam Olson, Tamara Passe, Amorette Payment, Johanna Rankin, Jennifer Reinhart, Laurie Rochon, Ruth...

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Sports Briefs

...Timothy Middleton, Anc, 8:37:44; 9. Tory Volden, Chu, 9:45:50; 10. James Chapman, Was, 10:26:57; 11. Niles Woods, Anc, 10:32:12; 12. Charles Utermohle, Anc, 10:46:56; 13. Seth Arellano, Anc, 11:31:08. Susitna...

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Sports
Ferry or tour boat? Tour operators want to know

...the transportation needs of the community to creating an avenue of tourism revenue." The former BIA Alaska Region director, Niles Cesar, was reassigned to northern Wisconsin. Acting Director Eugene Virden said he would have to research the project to determine...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives

...Editor Vocational education should be focus of state Readers: What happened to replacing the bridge? Obituaries Niles Arthur Kaho Comments or questions? For questions about the website contact the web master at Kenai Peninsula Online ...

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Gary Von Andrus

...Andrus was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, with whom he spent 55 wonderful years; brothers Don, Kirk, Bud, Niles, and Steele; sisters Gwen and Carol; and his grandson William Daniel Andrus. He is survived by sons, Michael and his wife...

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Obituaries
Gary Von 'Trucky' Andrus

...Andrus was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, with whom he spent 55 wonderful years; brothers Don, Kirk, Bud, Niles, and Steele; sisters Gwen and Carol; and his grandson William Daniel Andrus. He is survived by sons, Michael and his wife...

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Obituaries
On the Other Side of the Tracks (De L'Autre Cote Du Periphe)

Now Playing Synopsis: Hoping to provide an insider's view of the horrible conditions endured by residents (most of them North African immigrants) of Paris' notorious suburban housing projects, noted filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and his son and co-director Niles Tavernier lived in one of them for several months. The inspiration for their action came from the Paris housing minister who -- in response to several French filmmakers' call for civil disobedience after the French government passed the controversial immigration sanction, the Debre Act in 1997 -- suggested that Tavernier move into a project and to experience life on the "other side of the tracks" for himself. The director and his son, who did most of the filming, chose the neighborhood known as Grand Pechers ("The Big Peach Trees) located in Montreuil outside of central Paris. It took the two helmers quite a while to earn the trust of the locals, but eventually they succeeded. Interviewing educators, residents and officials, including cops, the Taverniers paint an unforgettable portrait of poverty, racism, violence and an inspiring sense of determination and perseverance from people who outwardly have very little hope of improving their lives. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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