It never rains but it pours

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Absentee Voting for Municipal Elections Begins Monday

first_imgThursday, September 24, 5:30-6pm: Soldotna Mayoral Candidate/sFriday, September 25, 4-6pm: K-Beach Borough Assembly Candidates Kenai voters will decide between Bob Molloy, Mike Boyle, and Jim Glendenning for the Kenai City Councils two open seats. Thursday, September 24, 4-5:30pm: Soldotna City Council Candidates In Soldotna, registered voters will decide on a new mayor where Pete Sprague is running unopposed. For the city’s council, Seat A incumbent Paul Whitney is being challenged by Fred Sturman and Seat C incumbent Linda Murphey is contending with Dan Nelson. District one has four candidates: incumbent Kelly Wolf versus David Wartinbee, Gary Knopp, and Robin Davis. Districts six and nine have two candidates each: Dawson Slaughter and Willie Dunn are running for the outlying Homer area seat and Kenn Carpenter is campaigning against Brandii Holmdahl for the Seward seat. The schedule is as follows:Tuesday, September 22, 5-6pm: South Peninsula Borough Assembly CandidatesWednesday, September 23, 5-6pm: Kenai City Council Candidatescenter_img Also beginning next Monday, September 21, KSRM will host candidate forums on air between the hours of 4-6 pm all week. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Absentee voting for local municipal elections will begin next Monday, September 21. Blankenship: “We have District 1, the Kalifornski seat, District 6 East Peninsula, District 9 South Peninsula, and we have school board seats that are also up. That’s District 2 Kenai, District 5 Sterling/Funny River, and District 8 Homer.” Kenai Peninsula Borough Clerk Johni Blankenship detailed the Assembly seats that voters will decide on through October 6.last_img read more

Guyana through to final in Canada Field Hockey Indoor tournament

first_imgA contingent from Guyana is currently in Canada participating in the Field Hockey Canada International Masters Indoor Tournament and has played unbeaten to reach the final of the event.  The Guyanese were set to take on Canada Red yesterday in the gold medal contest.  Guyana, en route to the final, dished out a 10-4 drubbing on Canada White on Friday and followed up their opening win by downing Canada Red 5-4 later that evening.They rode on their form on Saturday and accounted for England Lions 5-1 and USA 5-2 to book their spot in the final.It is an over 40 tournament with each team being allowed to field one under 40 player.last_img