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No Gurlz Allowed

...over. But Carter says that Americans are also to blame for a part of the worldwide lack of equality for women.The Carter Center has noted that "Almost everywhere... women are relegated to secondary positions of influence and authority...

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Arts & Entertainment
Carter provides role model

...low-income families. He also established the nonprofit Carter Center to fight disease, hunger and poverty around the world. In developing countries, the Carter Center has been there to monitor elections and add a measure...

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Opinion
Another goal breaking United Way campaign

Once again the United Way Campaign for the Kenai Peninsula shattered its goal thermometer set at a hefty $600,000 for 2006 by Campaign Chair Sue Carter. ?I was just looking for one dollar more than Tom Boedeker?s successful campaign last year and it was exciting to exceed that and come in with a total of over $820,000 raised from our community. It shows how much the people of the Peninsula really care about their neighbors, the giving of the entire Kenai Peninsula is truly amazing, we may be small in number, but we are huge through the heart,? Carter told the Dispatch. Carter also attributed the record breaking campaign to the successful work accomplished in the community by the United Way member agencies, ?These dollars all stay and are utilized here on the Peninsula and are vital to the 26 locally based non-profit member agencies and the variety of services they provide year round.?

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Yukon girls, Alaska boys win Bronze Ulus in basketball

The Yukon girls basketball team overcame foul trouble and injuries to beat Nunavut 75-63 in the Junior Female Bronze Ulu game at Cook Inlet Academy on Friday.

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ulu2006
Through the looking lens

For the last 17 years Stacy Johnson has been the lady behind the camera that has made those special moments in our lives look as good as we feel about them. A professional photographer with a talent for unique posses and warm lighting Johnson?s images say more than the traditional year book or class photo. Known as the Picture Lady, Stacy is now working her magic from her home in Soldotna, ?The little kids would come up to me in the store and say ?Hey you?re the Picture Lady? and it was easier to just say yes to them and it just kind of stuck as the kids grew up, so now I enjoy it and am having fun being creative from my home which I now call Picture Lady Photography,? Johnson told the Dispatch. Johnson said she decided to start her home studio because she didn?t want to give up her passion for taking pictures but wanted the freedom of having her own business and being able to spend more time at home with her husband and family.

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...the Peninsula NOW PLAYING Signs Robert Daniel 'Bob' Hand David C. Beckley Senior Briefs Menus Carter Center marks 20 years Knowles appoints prescription drug task force Stewart punches shutterbug after Brickyard 500...

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