Here are the most read news stories of 2011, according to web statistics compiled by the Peninsula Clarion. Jen - are you still out there?: Facebook page adds to cold case mystery By Brielle Schaeffer Is Jennifer Goodwin White really dead? The Alaska State Troopers say she is. Her sister, Sarah Musgrove-Short, says she isn't.
Time's come to get realistic about all this Sarah Palin-mania.
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It's amateur time. We're not talking American Idol or Dancing with the Stars, but golf. July is the time of year for amateur golf tournaments and fishing. Following Birch Ridge's Pro-Am and All-Alaskan...
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The temperature outside is still on the cooler side of pleasant, but that sure isn?t keeping the golfers at Birch Ridge from heating up the course. We?ve seen a higher number than usual of golfers this year anxious to get out and work on this wonderful game we call golf. I just wish I could get my score a little closer to the temperature outside, but unfortunately I?d have to quit after about five holes for that to happen (on a good day).
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