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New business opens for sweet tooths

...a movie special, and girls' night out events. "As far as I see it, the sky is the limit," she said. "It's pretty cut and dry - there is no limit to what we can do here." Reach Ian Foley at ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com.

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Soldotna website gets new look

...website) is a really good communication tool," he said. "People have the right to know what's going on with their city government, and this is a good way to facilitate that."Reach Ian Foley at ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com.

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Murkowski pressures Forest Service

...as an example of the heavy restrictions. "The Forest Service is reducing dramatically the number of permits," she said. "It's all about being able to access our federal lands."Reach Ian Foley at Ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com

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Local woman to compete at Mrs. Alaska pageant

...families don't come and see them often," she said. "To see them smiling and laughing after I sit down and talk with them, even for just 10 minutes, that really means a lot." Reach Ian Foley at Ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com

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Area entrepreneurs turn hobbies in to businesses

...overnight. "When you start a business, you need to invest everything back in," Reese said. "Give yourself (time), and learn your customers and your business - it takes a while."Reach Ian Foley at ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com

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Lea's Boutique expands by fitting in

...online, his profit margin is smaller, but Stuber says he can make up for it with customer service."If we take care of people in the right way, the money will be there," he said. Reach Ian Foley at Ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com

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Licensing burden eased with online filing

...do a financial projection first, and you go ahead and move forward without looking at a cash flow or a financial projection for that business - that would be a big mistake," he said. Reach Ian Foley at Ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com

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Soldotna postpones pot ordinance vote

...definition of smoking to include e-cigarettes and vaping devices simply because we don't know what's in them," Olendorff said. "They're not currently federally regulated."Reach Ian Foley at Ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com

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Job training options abound for Kenai Peninsula job seekers

...field."The cost of the courses is also affordable. Eveland said that because the state subsidizes tuition, nearly all courses cost $2,700. "It's dirt cheap," Eveland said. Reach Ian Foley at Ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com

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Seniors celebrate lasting love

...knows how to throw a party. We look forward to every holiday - Easter, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Thanksgiving - they just really go all out. It's a lot of fun."Reach Ian Foley at ian.foley@peninsulaclarion.com.

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