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School News for March 30

...Jayce; Lindsley, Violet; McKinley, Travis; Nusbaum, Molly; Patrick, Raven; Peterkin, Elisabeth; Plumridge, Courtney...Phillips, Qimachuq; Roney, Meghan; Segura, Seth; Shears, Molly; Strouf, Renee; Trickel, Rebecca; Wilson, Andrew; Wilson...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/schools/2015-03-29/school-news-for-march-3
Schools
Lawmakers fast-track bill to avoid paying Anchorage bonds

JUNEAU - Lawmakers are attempting to fast-track a bill so the state won't have to help pay for $59 million in school bonds in Alaska's largest district.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-03-25/lawmakers-fast-track-bill-to-avoid-p
News
Sen. Sullivan talks federal regulations, military presence

JUNEAU - U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan on Monday said fighting federal overreach and pushing for a continued military presence in Alaska are among his priorities. Sullivan made his comments in addressing a joint session of the state Legislature.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-03-23/sen-sullivan-talks-federal-regulatio
News
ADFG opens experimental pollock fishery in Cook Inlet

...go through a customs process in South Korea before it gets passed along for sale. That can take from three days to a week, he said.Molly Dischner writes about state and federal fisheries. Contact her at mollydischner@yahoo.com.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/trends/2015-02-23/adfg-opens-experimental-pollock-fi
Trends
Class 1A girls: Nikolaevsk girls advance, CIA loses heartbreaker

...including 13 in the second half and four-minute overtime period. Molly Nayakik netted 13 as well. Wainwright coach Edna Ahmaogak said...hitting 4 of 9 shots from long range, led by sophomore guard Molly Nayakik. The Eagles also struggled on offense, shooting 21...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-14/class-1a-girls
Sports
Lawmakers advance bill prioritizing personal use fishing

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - A Senate committee has advanced a bill prioritizing personal use fisheries. Senate State Affairs heard public testimony Tuesday mostly in support of committee chair Bill Stoltze's bill to prioritize personal use fisheries over sport and commercial fisheries when there is a management concern. Subsistence would remain the highest use. The committee heard from residents of Fairbanks and Chugiak who were in support of the bill, as well as one Kasilof resident who opposed it.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-03-17/lawmakers-advance-bill-prioritizing-
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Senate panel discusses personal use fishing priority

JUNEAU, Alaska - Lawmakers heard mixed responses to a bill intended to prioritize personal use fishing. Republican Sen.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-03-10/senate-panel-discusses-personal-use-
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John V. Hopley

...daughters, Becky Michal (John) and Julie Beldin, and son Michael (Jerilue), in addition to nine grandchildren: Jessie, Molly, Kyle, Cody, Anna, Joe, Jillian, Heidi and Megan; seven great-grandchildren; Gran-dog Cooper; numerous nieces...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000174366501
Upping their groundfish game

...go through a customs process in South Korea before it gets passed along for sale. That can take from three days to a week, he said. Molly Dischner writes about state and federal fisheries. Contact her at mollydischner@yahoo.com.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-01-24/upping-their-groundfish-game
News
Students learn wilderness first response skills

...and wet morning and Oregon State University student Alex Funk is hiking through the woods when he comes upon fellow student Molly Stiebber lying on the muddy forest floor after breaking her leg.But before Funk can rush to her rescue, instructor Ty Atwater...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2015-01-15/students-learn-wilderness-first-
Outdoors

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