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Patrick Joseph Oyler

...country to California. He enjoyed California life and worked many different jobs before making the great journey north to Alaska in 1977. In Alaska, he worked in the oilfields and became a top notch pipe welder for over 30 years.He enjoyed...

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What's Happening at the Kenai Senior Center

...Hand Built Ceramics Class, 1 p.m., learn to build your own creations using clay.? February 27 - Movie Time "North to Alaska" starring John Wayne? General Exercise: Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 9 a.m. ? Growing Strong Strength Training...

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Eleanor Dryden Checchi

...their three children and developing a family business together until 1964, when they pulled up the stakes and headed north to Alaska to pursue their dreams of settling in the Last Frontier. They landed in Anchorage where they began their new business...

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Recession may stem Alaska migration

...Alaska generally bucks national economic trends. When the Lower 48 is immersed in a recession, people tend to migrate north to Alaska. So with the nation currently entrenched in a major recession -- unemployment has surpassed 9 percent, while Alaska's...

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Peninsula Reflections

...opening (where Beemuns Variety is now) is reported to have created the town's first traffic jam when they showed "North to Alaska!" **The Four Royle Parkers Restaurant in the area became the boardroom for oil entrepreneurs' planning and socializing...

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Head north to Alaska Fudge

Back in the 1970?s folks with VW?s and other foreign autos depended on Bill Ischi Motors at the bridge in Soldotna to keep their vehicles running over Alaska?s pot-holed roads. Today the Ischi family tradition of service and fair prices continue at the Dairy Queen and the new Alaska Fudge and Gifts shop at the very same location. For more than two decades Peter Ischi and his wife Val have owned and operated the DQ in Soldotna, and last month opened the new Alaska Fudge and Gifts right next door. ?We?ve been talking about a fudge shop for years and this summer my son, daughter and sister decided it was time to give it a try, the space was open the time was right so we decided to go for it. The fudge seemed like a great idea because no one was doing it yet and we could produce it right next door at the Dairy Queen and combining it with a nice selection of Alaskan gifts seemed to be a perfect fit and so far it?s worked out great, many folks come in pick up their favorite fudge and go next door for an ice cream,? said Ischi.

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Gray whales spotted in Puget Sound

BREMERTON, Wash. (AP) -- Must be nearly spring. Gray whales are popping up in Puget Sound, heading north to Alaska. Residents near the sound have begun reporting seeing the giant mammals, an indication the annual whale migration...

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Little boat nets big king, big check

...year as NFL Hall of Fame running back Larry Csonka spent the day fishing and filming for his television show, Napa North to Alaska, aboard the M/V Huntress. Csonka took home more than footage, however, when he landed a 19.61-pound king...

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Outdoors
Two firms race to get jack-up rigs to inlet

...several years. Escopeta has contracted with Spartan Offshore Drilling of Metairie, La., to bring the Spartan Rig 151 north to Alaska. Also in the race is Buccaneer Alaska, a subsidiary of an Australian company of the same name, which has formed...

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News
St. Nick lights Soldotna's Tree and collects wishes at CES...

As warm winds from the South Pacific moved north to Alaska last week it was the City of Soldotna's turn to light up the night for the holidays. "It was a great time and warmer temperatures...

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