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Tim Navarre, Knackstedt win Kenai council seats

...council seats. Wulf said Boyle has the experience and has proven to be sensitive to the public's needs. Kenai resident Sue Carter said she voted for Tim Navarre and Knackstedt because their families have a long history in Kenai and have the experience...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-08/navarre-knackstedt-win-kenai-council
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Navarre wins re-election

...Cathy Turner, of Sterling, voted for Navarre because she felt that he has done a good job as mayor. Kenai resident Sue Carter said she voted for Navarre because she is concerned about business climate and he has a background in business. Shawn...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-08/navarre-re-elected-unofficial-result
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Gilman, Welles take assembly seats

...Thompson and Bassett were running. He said with new candidates come the possibility of new ideas being put on the table. Sue Carter, a Kenai resident, said she voted for Blaine Gilman because she was close with his father, Donald Gilman, a former...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-08/gilman-welles-take-assembly-seats
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Kenai celebrates U.S.A's 238th Birthday and 40th Community Awards recipients

...England of Kenai Catering. Kenai Chamber's first executive director, Peggy Arness, and KCVB First Executive Director, Sue Carter, both shared memories of their time with the Chamber. They were presented with Lifetime Kenai Chamber Memberships.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2014-07-07/kenai-celebrates-usas-238th-birt
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Kenai Chamber celebrates 60 years of supporting commerce

...executive directors in-between that the Kenai Chamber has been local businesses best friend."Following Peggy was Sue Carter then I believe Laura Measles so we have quite a few CEO's still with us in the community, so I think there is a link...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2014-04-21/kenai-chamber-celebrates-60-year
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Zoning change needed in Kenai

...that the current zoning does provide for such a development as long as it meets city and state codes. Perhaps now is the time for a zoning change of this area to encourage further residential and recreational development. Sue Carter, Kenai

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/120610/new_746493915.shtml
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Business news

...Center Community Service: Courtney Stroh and ROC the Kenai Service to Youth: City of Kenai Volunteer of the Year: Sue Carter Pioneer Award: Vic Tyler Log Cabin Award: Barry Eldridge President's Award: Hammer Tax and Accounting Alliance...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2013-02-06/business-news
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Kenai council to hear more about Chamber, Visitors Bureau merger

...Shiflea said originally that no changes in employment were planned. By Feb. 1, Braun said that an interim director, Sue Carter, was running the visitors center. As of that date, Braun said the KCVB was still technically independent and running...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-02-13/kenai-council-to-hear-more-about-cha
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Another goal breaking United Way campaign

...000 for 2006 by Campaign Chair Sue Carter. ?I was just looking for one dollar...Marie Herford and Campaign Chair Sue Carter present a plaque of appreciation...Herford. United Way Campaign Chair Sue Carter presents Wells Fargo managers Kathy...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071807/dispatch_0718dis001.shtml
Helping to pick up the pieces

...the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center the next day, Natasha Ala, the center's programs and exhibits manager, and Sue Carter, interim executive director for the Kenai Convention and Visitor's Bureau, were able to put her in touch with the...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/011308/news_3547.shtml
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