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What others say: Oil prices and spirit

...Alaska Legislature have a difficult task ahead.Facing massive deficits from low prices and production of oil - the state's primary revenue source - our elected officials soon will be developing the state government's next fiscal year budget.They're...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-01-21/what-others-say-oil-prices-and-sp
Opinion
Assembly approves new special assistant for oil & gas

...would be prorated to cost $67,500 for this fiscal year budget cycle, which ends on June 30. Navarre said the jobholder's primary responsibilities would be to evaluate policies and legislation related to the Nikiski AK LNG gasline project. He said with...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-01-22/assembly-approves-new-special-assist
News
Conservatives cheer on Romney as establishment field grows

...just as the crowded 2016 presidential primary season begins.And that list - Romney...leaders succeeded last year in beating back primary challenges from farther-right, tea...represents a "flip" from previous Republican primaries with "multiple conservative candidates...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-01-14/conservatives-cheer-on-romney-as-
Opinion
ALICE training reaches school parents, staff

...education and training for ALICE. Alaska State Troopers and municipal police were designated within the school district as the primary trainers for staff and students in individual schools and classrooms. Parent Heidi Bond, who attended the site council meeting...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-01-19/alice-training-reaches-school-parent
News
Around the District

...school Spelling Bee will take place on February 10. The school winner will compete at the State Bee in Anchorage in March. Primary students are working with District Art Specialist, Debbie Harris. This week's lesson focuses on texture and pattern. Intermediate...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-01-18
Schools
Refuge Notebook: Fire Management Officer heads off to new adventures

...1998, Doug spearheaded the design and initiation of the Funny River Road shaded fuel break. Later, prescribed fire was his primary tool for reducing hazardous fuels at Mystery Creek, an effort to reduce the potential of fire moving toward Sterling from...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2015-01-15/refuge-notebook-fire-management-
Outdoors
Time for thinking outside the box

...everything in my power to have him run on the Alaskan Independence Party ticket, for governor, after losing the Republican Primary to Sean Parnell. At the time, Walker demonstrated he was a statesman who thought outside the box. He had the support of...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-12-29/time-for-thinking-outside
Letters
Begich represents all Alaskans

Senate candidate Dan Sullivan is being accused of being inconsistent since during the primaries he said he was against raising the minimum wage but now he says he is for it. However, Sullivan has been consistent in another...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-09-25/begich-represents-all-ala
Letters
Learning for Life: Carbon monoxide, a silent killer

...to enjoy the outdoors, or more often to spend some quality time indoors too. Staying warm while it's cold outside is a primary concern to most all of us, but there can be unforeseen hazards from the odorless, colorless gas, carbon monoxide. This...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2014-12-20/learning-for-life-carbon-monoxi
Community
Refuge Notebook: Rutting moose and the social significance of antlers

...and sensitive to evolve as weapons against predators. Later, antlers slightly changed their position on the head to become primary structures of social significance and indicators of dominance. While moose antlers are growing from ½ to ¾ inch per day...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-12-25/refuge-notebook-rutting-moose-and
Opinion

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