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  1. Region roundup: Homer 3-peats at Kachemak Conference wrestling meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    For a third straight year, the Kachemak Conference wrestling championship went to the Homer Mariners, but the accomplishment was a first in school history. Homer assistant coach Chris Perk said the thrill of three-peating was not as important as setting the Mariners' sights high - on next weekend's state meet.

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  2. Homer looks for region 3-peat in SewardRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    As a site of many of Alaska's greatest moments, both sporting and political, Seward is a natural site for the 2017 Kachemak Conference wrestling tournament. From its heady Alaska Railroad days that connected the port town to the rest of Alaska's major towns, to the annual extravaganza that is the historic Mt.

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  3. Winter warmupRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Cars carefully make their way through the slushy snow around the bend in the Kenai Spur Highway near Christmas light-filled Leif Hansen Park on Sunday in Kenai. After a chilly fall and several thick blankets of snow, temperatures rose sharply on the western Kenai Peninsula, climbing above freezing Sunday and converting the falling snow to rain.

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  4. Seward man arrested for firing shots at neighbors while intoxicatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Alaska State Troopers arrested Stephen Flitter, 71, of Seward, Sunday evening after a report came in that he had fired shots at two of his neighbors who were working in a conex box nearby around mile 7 of the Seward Highway, according to an online trooper dispatch. Investigation revealed Flitter fired a shotgun loaded with slugs towards the conex while he was intoxicated from just outside his residence," the dispatch states.

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  5. Gift-seekers visit local businesses on Thanksgiving weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Owner Jeanie Carter of the Curiosity Shop poses among her merchandise on Monday, Nov. 27, 2017 in Kenai, Alaska. Like many small business owners in Kenai and Soldotna, Carter said the Thanksgiving weekend drew a lot of customers to her store, which offers gifts with local history that aren't available in larger chain stores.

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  6. Assembly approves sale of land in Seward floodplainRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    After a prolonged debate and opposition from the borough administration and the Planning Commission, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly approved the sale of a small piece of land in Seward to a private resident. Seward resident Dean Carl first put in notice of his interest to buy the land in 1994, and recently asked again because he wants to use the land to build a safer driveway to access his property.

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  7. Mapping the unknown with a new friendRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 23, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Their name is Strava. Although our relationship is still very new, there is a lot of excitement and electricity in the air, most of which is being streamed as bits of information from Global Positioning System satellites to my phone.

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  8. Public lands open for Christmas tree cuttingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 23, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    In this November 2016 file photo, a peak in the Chugach Mountains looms above a spruce forest near Seward, Alaska. With Thanksgiving over and the floodgates officially open for Christmas decor, many people will be looking for that perfect spruce tree for their living rooms.

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  9. Community organizations, volunteers offer Thanksgiving dinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    In this November 2015 photo, a diner gathers a plate of food for the Thanksgiving meal at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank's Fireweed Diner near Soldotna, Alaska. Not everyone has the traditional combination of family, food and friends for Thanksgiving within reach at Thanksgiving.

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  10. Anchorage port gets new name, but problems remainRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Rather, the Anchorage Assembly changed its name to the Port of Alaska on Oct. 24, a gesture intended to emphasize the importance of the ailing infrastructure to all of Alaska, not just its largest city. Regardless of the name, the price tag to keep it in service for the next 75 years remains at upward of $700 million.

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  11. Homer boys 4th, Homer girls 2nd at Lancer SmithRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Soldotna's Gideon Hutchison works against New Stuhoyak's Blunka Blunka Jr during the 120-pound final of the Lancer Smith Memorial Saturday at the Menard Memorial Sports Center in Wasilla. Wasilla's Christion Alexander tries to keep a grasp on Homer's Luciano Fasulo during overtime of the 132-pound final at the Lancer Smith Memorial Saturday in Wasilla.

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  12. Peaking' my interestRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    I can't exactly tell you how many peaks I've climbed on the Kenai Peninsula. It doesn't have anything to do with my memory - rather, it's not really clear how many prominences actually count as peaks.

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  13. Absentee ballots counted; results unchangedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Linda Hutchings , a candidate for Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor, answers a question during a forum with fellow candidates Dale Bagley and Charlie Pierce at the Funny River Community Center on Aug. 16, 2017 in Funny River, Alaska. Charlie Pierce, a candidate for Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor, answers a question during a forum hosted by he Central Peninsula League of Women Voters on Sept.

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  14. With defeat of Prop 1, cannabis industry breathes sigh of reliefRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Cannabis business owners and employees in the borough outside city limits have a weight off their shoulders on working and expanding their businesses with Kenai Peninsula Borough Proposition 1 soundly defeated. Dollynda Phelps, co-owner of Peace Frog Botanicals in Nikiski, was holding her breath for the results of the election before opting to expand her business.

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  15. Stranded beluga calf recovering in SewardRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Volunteers at the Alaska SeaLife Center feed a milk and electrolyte mix to a beluga calf, rescued on Sept. 30 after being stranded in Trading Bay, by holding a tube to its lips on Friday, Oct. 6 in Seward, Alaska.

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  16. Hibbert, Smalley, Blakeley poised to join assemblyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Norm Blakeley, Brent Hibbert, Hal Smalley, Kelly Cooper and Kenn Carpenter will fill five of the nine seats on the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, according to unofficial election results. Voters in five assembly districts chose their representatives for the assembly Tuesday.

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  17. Man dies after being shot by Seward police officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    A Seward police officer shot Micah McComas, 41, of Chugiak, during a confrontation after a traffic stop around 1:47 a.m., according to an online Alaska State Trooper dispatch. McComas later died of the gunshot wound and the police officer received non-life threatening injuries during the incident, according to the dispatch.

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  18. Report says corrections officers improperly left inmates naked in cells for hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    This photo, courtesy of the Alaska Department of Corrections, shows the Spring Creek Correctional Center in Seward, Alaska. The Alaska Department of Corrections acted wrongly when correctional officers forced a group of 12 male inmates in Seward to strip naked in front of female staff and left them in cells for hours at a time in 2013, according to an investigation by the Alaska Ombudsman's office.

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  19. Nikiski stops Seward to secure playoff spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    Nikiski senior Ian Johnson knew it was going to be a great game for the Bulldogs when he got up this morning to play in his final game in front of the home crowd. "I saw it was sunny out and everything just felt right," he said.

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  20. Property crime increased in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Peninsula Clarion

    The Alaska Department of Public Safety released its annual Uniform Crime Reporting Program annual report last week, summarizing crime reports from police departments around the state, covering the year 2016. Statewide, crime went up across the board, although the number of homicides stayed exactly the same from 2015-2016.

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