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Two Soldotna police officers recognized for live-saving efforts

...into the Kenai River in June. Officers Derek Urban and Stephen Clary were presented with service medals from Soldotna Police Chief Peter Mlynarik who described their heroic actions at the Aug. 13 Soldotna City Council meeting. On June 24 at 11:50 p...

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Canadian company eyes new mine in Alaska

...to the economic model," MacGillivray said.Ucore needs $221 million before a single rock is mined from the site, Ucore Chief Operations Officer Ken Collison said. The company is currently projecting that the current value of the resource is $577 million...

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Efforts prepare K-Beach area for future flooding

...hope it will and move that water a little bit for you." Department of Natural Resources Division of Mining Land and Water Chief of the Water Resources Section David Schade said agencies are working to be proactive and on mitigation, other possible solutions...

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Happy 50th!

...KPC's Kenai River Campus Goodrich building. Sharing the stage with her throughout the day was Borough Mayor Mike Navarre, Chief of Staff Paul Ostrander, KPC College Director Gary Turner, State Sen. Peter Micciche, R-Soldotna, and KPB School District...

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Borough seeks categorical exclusion for North Road Extension

...Federal Highway Administration would allow the project to move forward without a costly environmental impact statement.While Chief of Staff Paul Ostrander updated Nikiski residents last week at the Nikiski Community Council meeting, saying the borough has...

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...effort could save money, too."We're always looking for ways to streamline the cost of our operations," SEPTA Police Chief Thomas Nestel said.The enterprise is not foolproof: Shelter dogs don't always work out as police dogs. K-9s professionally...

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Arts & Entertainment

...the officer who shot Brown, is a six-year police veteran who had no previous complaints against him, the local police chief has said.The Ferguson Police Department has refused to say anything about Wilson's whereabouts, and Associated Press reporters...

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Gubernatorial races low-key for primary

...000.Mallott's campaign and Walker disagree, saying their campaigns are picking up momentum. Mallott, 71, is a former chief of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. and a former Yakutat mayor. Walker, 63, is an attorney focused on oil and gas issues...

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...countries already affected in West Africa.The Kenya Airways flights will stop as of midnight Tuesday, said Titus Naikuni, the chief executive officer of Kenya Airways. The decision was made with guidance from the country's health ministry, Naikuni said...

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Ninilchik Emergency Services unveils new facility

...has locker storage, showers, bathrooms, adequate equipment space and a common room for volunteers on shift, he said. Fire chief Mike Chilhuly, EMT level 1-3 medics and emergency trauma tech first responders make up the response team utilizing the facility...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-13/ninilchik-emergency-services-unveils
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