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State budget discussion continues

...having the lieutenant governor stay at a state-run historic site while in Juneau.An amendment adopted Tuesday by the...governor's office to establish the House of Wickersham State Historic Site as lodging for the lieutenant governor when he or she...

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Peninsula Reflections

...Public Lands at the downside of the Kenai River at Soldotna Creek. This was a wise decision, for the area has become a historic site for its Native habitation and the historic "White House" built in 1955 by the Territorial Alaska Road Commission...

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Full menu, full service make Gwin's Lodge a logical stop

...rustic atmosphere. He has restored the 1940s log building, and, now, he is looking into registering it as a national historic site. "Our goal is to produce homemade food in Alaska portions in a pioneer roadhouse atmosphere," he said. "That...

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Women, a walk, a wave of change

...finding ways to get the word out about what is available and mapping different areas, like walking routes that include a historic site or a few errands. They also might identify places where the crosswalks need work. "I like to see this change happening...

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Parish prays for funding sources: Russian Orthodox Church faces deterioration

...and historical objects to the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center for an exhibit from May to September. Gray said the historic site has an important place in Kenai's economy, in addition to its culture. "We know from the visitors who sign into...

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Around the Peninsula

...noon. The cost is $10 per person and $20 for a family. All proceeds go toward restoration and maintenance of this historic site. For more information or to register for the tour, call Kachemak Heritage Land Trust at 260-1999. Swimmers, divers...

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...building or 2? Education concerns expressed to Wolf Officials explain court dismissals Archaeologists explore historic site Alaska author visiting KPC today Photo feature: Leader of the pack NOW PLAYING: Bulletproof Monk Measure...

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...smoothly Options abound on Kachemak Bay Cassie Taylor Annabelle Hageryup Eylar Mormons developing another new historic site Religion Briefs Believers must not doubt Jesus's truth Happy anglers Soldotna puts loss in rearview mirror...

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...Ulmer, Murkowski campaigns focus on money Supporters of term limits change their stripes Sputnik sighting means historic site for outhouse Old ad becomes part of Fairbanks senate race debate Scientists, cave experts unhappy with Kosciusko...

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On 200th anniversary of journey, a look back is a hard look at ourselves

...Lewis and Clark. So this is one way we remember. There are many others. At the spanking new, $7 million Illinois historic site near where the explorers launched up the Missouri River, local development officials calculate that each Lewis and...

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