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Nikiski bands together against property crime

...Custom Builders in Nikiski said he's had drug addicts steal materials from his job site including lumber, wiring and car parts, things they could sell for money. He said meth and heroin are the problem because it has taken over certain individual's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-09-25/nikiski-bands-together-against-prope
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Sterling mechanic brings new life to old classics

...underlying hint of mischievousness as he shows off the tools of his trade. The place is packed from floor to ceiling with car parts, manufacturing pieces, half-completed motors and other waiting projects. It smells strongly of motor oil, pipe lubricant...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-01-18/sterling-mechanic-brings-new-life-to
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Today?s junk is tomorrow?s treasures

...50s and ?60s. In Wasilla was a wrecking yard (not junk yard) that old car enthusiasts loved to go seek out old car parts. When it sold to become a subdivision of new homes, many people bought what they could afford and drug it home. In...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030707/letters_20070307001.shtml
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Fire sends 2 to hospital: Soldotna blaze's destruction costs family more than money

...From the burnt-out shell of an old school bus and a travel trailer parked end to end on the edge of the property, car parts spilled out the blackened holes in their sides. All but a few square feet of the quarter-acre lot, valued at $45...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/100810/new_717629529.shtml
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River debris removal moving forward

...protect and maintain the river just decades ago are now considered unthinkable to use, he explained. Barrels and old car parts, for example. "Just downstream of the river here we have got a jetty made out of an old Caterpillar tracks and wheels...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-08-07/river-debris-removal-moving-forward
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Fiery car-truck crash kills 1

...next of kin has been notified,? Peters said. According to Orth, the truck was hauling mostly building supplies and car parts, but a hazardous materials cleanup crew was called in by Carlile to contend with vehicle batteries being transported that...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052007/news_0520new002.shtml
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