Summer is officially upon us and as such I have been faced with the nearly impossible task of trying to choose between all the high profile films currently flooding the theaters. I really wanted to see "22 Jump Street" for a couple of reasons, one being that the original was surprisingly funny, and the other is that it's directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the guys who brought us "The Lego Movie."
A recent opinion piece in the Clarion by Ricky Gease, Executive Director for Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA), claimed to enlighten us on two different issues in a "fact based and truthful" manner when in fact they were neither.
Henry Ward Beecher, the late famous nineteenth century pastor of Plymouth Church in Brooklyn, New York, was known to be a very patient man.
With the excitement of college football in the air, my mind often turns to some unforgettable words by one of the most famous college football coaches of all time: Paul "Bear" Bryant, head coach of Alabama, who led his teams to national championships in '61, '64 and '65.
School board meetings slated College financial aid workshop set Title VII meeting set Aurora Borealis Charter School Connections Grace Lutheran School Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science Kenaitze Head Start Kenai Alternative High Kenai Central High Kenai Middle Nikiski North Star Elementary Ninilchik School Redoubt Elementary Skyview High Soldotna Elementary Soldotna High Soldotna Middle Soldotna Montessori Charter Sterling Elementary Tustumena Elementary Wings Christian Academy
The Soldotna city manager made it clear to the city council on Wednesday that he is moving forward with several activities aimed at building a city cemetery near the Soldotna Municipal Airport.
I wish to commend Clark Fair on his well thought out letter to the editor (Dec. 5) concerning a cemetery in Soldotna and the need to make a decision as to its location.
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