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At hearing, public support for gas pipeline

Alaska senators listened to over an hour of public testimony Wednesday on a bill that enables the Alaska gas pipeline to move forward.

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Final draft of ocean plan out, management details unclear

A new ocean management plan is in the works, but the exact implications for Alaska's oceans are still unknown. President Barack Obama's final National Oceans Policy was released April 16.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-05-05/final-draft-of-ocean-plan-out-manage
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Letters: Refusal to expand Medicaid hurts vulnerable Alaskans

The health of forty thousand Alaskans is on the line so that Governor Parnell can assure the Tea Party than nobody hates our President as much as he does.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-10-27/letters-to-the-editor
Opinion
What others say: Rejection of Medicaid expansion the wrong decision

Gov. Sean Parnell's skepticism about the Affordable Care Act is understandable, given that recent breakdowns in its structure are following the predictions that skeptics have long put forward.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-11-26/what-others-say-rejection-of-medi
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Businesses team up to pamper pooches

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- What do you get the dog that has everything?

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Chambers set schedules

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Kenaitze Tribe discusses health facility

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Chambers set schedules

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Chambers set schedules

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Unsung Heroes honored at Kenai Community Awards Ceremony

The custom of honoring the un-sung heroes in our community who consistently contribute to the well being of Kenai and make this a great place to live, work and play is a valuable tradition carried out annually by the Kenai Chamber of Commerce. "These are humble folks, so we have to be very secretive until the Awards Ceremony or most of them would chose not to be present, and intrigue makes it fun," said Carol Bannock, executive director for the Kenai Chamber. The keynote speaker at this year's presentations was Kip Knudson, external affairs manager for Tesoro and chair for the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce. He addressed the reasons why Alaska was ranked the least favorable state to do business in the U.S. and presented tangible ways for the Kenai Chamber to partner with the State Chamber in communicating that Alaska is not only open for business, but a great place to do business.

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