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  1. The Big Tops down but so are prices at WaterWorksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Peninsula Clarion

    The WaterWorks tent may be down at the "Y" in Soldotna, but the rubber ducky remains on her perch as the "Under the Big Top" sale continues through the end of the month of May, according to store manager Cheryl Lindsley. "We only had a two week permit for the Big Top, but inside the sale continues," she told the Dispatch.

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  2. Game camera murder trial continuesRead the original story

    Sunday May 17 | Peninsula Clarion

    After using up the April juror pool and dipping into May jurors, a jury was finally seated last week in the Demarqus Green murder trial. The testimony phase of the trial began last Wednesday at the Homer Courthouse with Kenai Superior Court Judge Anna Moran presiding.

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  3. Administrators say Soldotna school reconfiguration boosts academic progressRead the original story

    Saturday May 16 | Peninsula Clarion

    With the first school year of the reconfiguration coming to a close on May 20, administrators and educators are already starting to evaluate the reorganization of the Soldotna middle and high schools for the area's more than 1,100 students. "Because of the reconfiguration and the creation of Soldotna Prep School for the Soldotna area's ninth-grade students, we have been able to focus on building a culture of early success for our students," said Soldotna Prep principal Curtis Schmidt.

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  4. Gillis resigns days before Board of Fisheries nominee dueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Peninsula Clarion

    In this 2007 file photo Roberta "Bobbi" Quintavell, former president of Arctic Slope Regional Corp., addresses the Resource Development Council at its annual luncheon in 2007. Commercial fishing groups are rallying opposition against the possible nomination of Quintavell to the Alaska Board of Fisheries.

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  5. Many help with United Way Allocations ProcessRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Peninsula Clarion

    On behalf of the Kenai Peninsula United Way I would like to thank all those who helped with our Allocations Process. We were honored to have a total of 21 citizens to form the allocations committee this year.

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  6. Voices of Faith: 'Is it alive?'Read the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Peninsula Clarion

    As a young boy, my friends and I would love to share about different discoveries we made in nature. Whether it was an insect or animal the common question would be poised, "Is it alive, or dead?" I was blessed to grow up in a family where following Jesus was something to be lived out, not just talked about.

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  7. Refuge Notebook: Exotic dove continues a steady march northRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Peninsula Clarion

    Bird watchers come in all flavors from the hardcore lister to the person who casually watches birds at their backyard feeder. One connection that seems to hold true across all levels is the enthusiasm built around seeing a new species that has never been noticed before.

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  8. SoHi girls, Kenai boys win borough track meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Peninsula Clarion

    A dropped baton in the penultimate race of the day left a girls team champion in doubt and questions surfacing about what actually took place on a pivotal relay exchange at the Kenai Peninsula Borough track and field championships at Justin Maile Field in Soldotna. With the Kenai Central and Soldotna girls locked in a fierce battle for team supremacy, it all came down to the final event of the meet, the 1,600-meter relay, and a last-minute decision to include the Stars in the final results spelled the difference between losing and winning the team title.

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  9. Wasilla baseball comes back to top SoHiRead the original story

    Saturday May 16 | Peninsula Clarion

    With his team holding a slim 2-1 lead at the top of the seventh and final inning Friday evening at the Soldotna Little League fields, Soldotna baseball coach Robb Quelland had flashbacks of Tuesday's game against Homer running through his mind. However, unlike the win against Homer, the Stars were unable to pull out the win, falling to the Wasilla Warriors in a 3-2 loss.

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  10. Soldotna votes to study annexationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Peninsula Clarion

    Despite the on-record protestations of nearly 30 people, cheered on by an audience of more than 70, the Soldotna City Council voted to move forward with a plan to spend money researching the feasibility of annexing neighboring territory - albeit with a newly narrowed focus on the economic benefits of such a maneuver. For more than two hours, council members heard from people - primarily those who live outside of city limits - who said they did not want to be annexed into the city.

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  11. Kodiak softball doubles up on KenaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Peninsula Clarion

    Matautia came up just shy of a perfect game in the second contest of a doubleheader with Kenai Central on Thursday afternoon at Steve Shearer Memorial Ballpark. Kodiak won the first game 18-1 in three innings and the second 15-0 in four innings.

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  12. Construction season approachesRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Peninsula Clarion

    This week's Skilak Lake Road closure was the first ripple of a wave of road maintenance set to sweep the Peninsula in summer 2015. The state Department of Transportation, the Kenai Peninsula Borough, and the cities of Kenai, Soldotna, and Seward are planning construction projects that will affect travel this summer.

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  13. What's HappeningRead the original story

    Wednesday May 13 | Peninsula Clarion

    Marion Nelson and Brandi Kerley judged the art exhibit featuring 62 artworks and have selected 20 artworks to receive recognition at the reception. Following the awards, a presentation from the Anchorage Bird Treatment and Learning Center will take place, featuring a live snowy owl.

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  14. SoHi soccer clubs sweep Homer on senior nightRead the original story

    Wednesday May 13 | Peninsula Clarion

    Jones headed in a corner kick by junior Dylan Kuntz with less than 10 minutes to spare in a 3-1 victory over the Mariners Wednesday night at Justin Maile Field in Soldotna. Jones directed in the shot from the right corner past Homer goaltender Kenny Cortez to put the Stars ahead.

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  15. Central peninsula schools respond to phone threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Peninsula Clarion

    Several central Kenai Peninsula schools implemented "stay put mode" measures Wednesday after Kalifornsky Beach Elementary and Skyview Middle School received threatening automated voice messages. The calls were received just after 1 p.m., and the school district responded immediately, said Kenai Peninsula Borough School District spokesperson Pegge Erkeneff.

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  16. Iron Mike statue to be seated in SoldotnaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Peninsula Clarion

    The Central Kenai Peninsula community and the City of Soldotna, led by the Soldotna Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #10046 are rallying around an "Iron Mike" bronze installation to memorialize the U.S. Military. "He is going to get this done before he dies, if it kills him, or kills me," said Soldotna VFW Post commander Mike Meredith.

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  17. Prep soccer Tuesday roundupRead the original story

    Tuesday May 12 | Peninsula Clarion

    The Soldotna girls extended their perfect soccer season with a 6-0 triumph over Seward Tuesday afternoon in Seward. The Stars improved to 11-0 overall and 3-0 in the Northern Lights Conference Southern Division.

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  18. Prior's walk-off home run lifts Soldotna baseball over HomerRead the original story

    Tuesday May 12 | Peninsula Clarion

    In the top of the seventh inning Tuesday, the Soldotna baseball team was stunned by an error on an infield-fly-rule out that allowed Homer to tie the game at the Soldotna Little League fields. But in the bottom of the seventh, the Stars were at the complete opposite end of the emotional spectrum when junior Mason Prior belted a walk-off, two-run homer to lift SoHi to a 9-7 Northern Lights Conference victory.

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  19. News and NotesRead the original story

    Saturday May 9 | Peninsula Clarion

    ConocoPhillips Alaska is pleased to announce that 28 Alaskans have been awarded ConocoPhillips scholarships totaling $150,000. Twenty scholarships are going to 2015 Alaska high school graduating seniors planning to attend an institution of higher learning, and eight scholarships are being given to 2014 ConocoPhillips Alaska scholarship winners who are completing their first year of full-time post-secondary education.

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  20. Soldotna soccer sweeps KodiakRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | Peninsula Clarion

    The Soldotna soccer teams swept the first-year varsity squads from Kodiak on Monday at Justin Maile Field in Soldotna. The Soldotna girls rolled to a 15-0 victory to move to 10-0 overall and 2-0 in the Southern Division, while Kodiak fell to 0-4 overall and in the Southern Division.

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