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Keeping a 20-year-old tradition Cook Inlet Academy students go caroling in Kenai

Carrying on a two decade old tradition Becky Dwinell of Cook Inlet Academy (CIA...by students and parents alike as "Miss Becky," had her pre-school through 6th graders...where many of our seniors live," Miss Becky told the Dispatch. "We had about 40 of...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2014-12-15/keeping-a-20-year-old-tradition-
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Gamble reflects after announcing retirement

JUNEAU, Alaska - University of Alaska president Pat Gamble said he loves coming to work every day. But at age 69 - and with the university system in a position he feels comfortable with - Gamble said it's time to retire.

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Gas pipeline coordinator office in Alaska to close

JUNEAU - The office of the federal coordinator for Alaska gas pipeline projects is shutting down after not being included in the budget bill that Congress recently passed.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-12-17/gas-pipeline-coordinator-office-in-a
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Pearl Foster Gates

...sons Gary and his wife Kathleen of Yuma, Arizona; Jeff and his wife Kathy, Jack and his wife Carey, Steve and his wife Becky, all of Soldotna, as well as 11 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.Proverbs 31:28 Her children arise and call her...

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Walker submits pared down capital budget

JUNEAU - Gov. Bill Walker on Monday submitted a stripped-down capital budget as a starting point for spending discussions amid a bleak revenue forecast.

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Medicaid expansion could be months away

JUNEAU - State health commissioner Valerie Davidson said it could be July before the state is in a position to begin enrolling Alaskans under expanded Medicaid coverage.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-12-14/medicaid-expansion-could-be-months-a
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Judge clarifies order in Pebble Mine case

JUNEAU - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, while a lawsuit is pending, must stop all work related to a process that could restrict or prohibit development of the Pebble Mine, a federal judge says. The action comes after U.S. District Judge H.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-12-08/judge-clarifies-order-in-pebble-mine
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Arctic drill ship company pleading to 8 felonies

JUNEAU - A company that operated a drill ship off Alaska's Arctic coast has agreed to plead guilty to environmental and maritime crimes as part of a deal with prosecutors. The agreement calls for Noble Drilling U.S.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-12-08/arctic-drill-ship-company-pleading-t
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Walker takes office

JUNEAU - In his first speech after taking office, Alaska Gov. Bill Walker said his administration would begin work immediately to expand Medicaid in the state.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-12-01/walker-takes-office
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Smoother marketplace rollout expected

JUNEAU - Officials are expecting a much smoother rollout of the federally run online insurance marketplace than during last year's initial open enrollment.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-11-13/smoother-marketplace-rollout-expecte
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