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Library hosts pumpkin contest Graphic novel, art workshops slated Writers' group to meet Book club to meet Design contest begins Youth art work sought Artists in Schools seeks applicants Digital Arts Challenge planned Milestone moments sought Poetry out loud luring students Kids' reading program ongoing

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Worldwide hops market affects peninsula brewers

Beer drinkers may soon be lamenting rising production costs and shortages of ingredients for flavoring and fermenting.

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Writers' group to meet Sweet Adelines seeks member Library pumpkin contest continues Graphic novel, art workshops slated Book club to meet Toastmasters to meet Lungs for hire Holiday bazaars seek crafty people Design contest begins VFW holds art, essay scholarship contests Artists in Schools seeks applicants Youth art work sought Digital Arts Challenge planned Milestone moments sought Poetry out loud luring students Reading council seeks members Kids' reading program ongoing Cameras, photo printers sought

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Ale needs logo by today Puppets seek voices Center plans closure Artists wanted Kids? art wanted

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Tina's never closed she just moved to a stronger location

For more than twenty years, Tina's Hair Pro's have been serving families of the local community at various locations. In the not-so-distant past, Tina's gained some national notoriety when a customer accidently drove through the front of her salon when it was located next to JoAnn Fabrics in Soldotna. The story made national news under the heading, "Tina's drive-through window." "I think the story the Clarion ran originally got picked up by MSN.com and was chosen as their news pick of the week. From there I must have had calls and interviews from media outlets all across the lower 48. The Jay Leno show was even considering doing a piece on my drive through window, but it was during the writer's strike, and they never contacted me directly," said Tina Taylor, owner of Tina's Hair Pro's.

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Ale needs logo Beading classes offered Seward hosts race to design Artists wanted to bug out Kids? reading program ongoing

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