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Board member takes issue with Sullivan endorsement

JUNEAU - A board member for the Arctic Slope Regional Corp. has taken issue with the organization's endorsement of Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Dan Sullivan.

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Brown bear hunt, permit changes on the way

Brown bear hunters who did not win a drawing permit this year will have an opportunity to hunt as the state switches to a registration permit hunt in game management units 7 and 15 on the Kenai Peninsula.

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Assembly passes stream protection ordinance

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly approved, 7-2, ordinance 2011-12, which will expand the borough's anadromous stream habitat protection district to almost all anadromous streams in the borough, save for the Seward-Bear Creek Flood Service area.

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Anchorage group kicks off new Peninsula chapter of Resource Development Council recently...

Members of the board of directors of the Resource Development Council (RDC) in Anchorage came to the Kenai last week to help kick-off the first meeting of the Kenai Peninsula chapter of the RDC.

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Reader backs HEA candidate

Local residents who are served by the Homer Electric Association have an opportunity to vote for members of the board of directors of our Rural Electrification Association Co-operative, and ballots recently should have been received or soon will be.

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Challenger Learning Center expands programs, trainings

After spending more than a year as chief operating officer at the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska, Marnie Olcott said she believes expansion will continue. "The center is growing and constantly seeking educational partners," Olcott said. "Working with the educational community and ensuring programs that benefit students most and fit within the schools' goals is important."

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Meeting held to review Alaskaland's future

FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Proposals are being reviewed on an $18 million plan to renovate Alaskaland with the goal of attracting more tourists.

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Oilers Corner

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Mrs. Coral Violet Allen Stewart

Longtime Alaskan and Soldotna resident Coral Violet Allen, 81, died Monday, Oct. 24, 2011 at home.She was buried next to her husband at Spruce Grove Memorial Park near Kasilof.Coral was born Mar. 7, 1930 in Sand Springs, Mont. She graduated with a

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