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What others say: 25 years after Exxon Valdez, resolution needed in dispute over newfound damage

Monday marked the 25th anniversary of the soiling of Alaska shores and waters by the oil of the Exxon Valdez. The environmental disaster - those words fall so short of describing the carnage - recast how the nation looked at the transport of oil.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-03-30/what-others-say-25-years-after-ex
Opinion
book review 2013 books in review

Doesn't it seem like your gift list grows each year? One new member of the family by birth, three more by marriage. Two "adopted" kids who call you Mom or Dad just because. Friends who have become dear. A new Secret Santa program.

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Arts & Entertainment

MEXICO CITY - A Mexican family says that a van bought at a U.S. government auction came with an unwanted extra: an undiscovered package of cocaine beneath the dashboard.

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Miniature horse aids Alaska boy with special needs

ANCHORAGE - A young miniature horse in sneakers is helping a 4-year-old special needs child at an Anchorage public elementary school. Zoe, a black mare, is a service animal for preschooler Zaiden Beattie at Russian Jack Elementary School.

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Schools
Board releases draft of redistricting plans

Forward into the past.

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Ordinance opens door for Smith to run again

Just when it looked like the door was closing on Bill Smith's service representing Homer on the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, passage of Ordinance 2011-24 may make another three-year term possible.

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Faulkner announces candidacy for Alaska House seat

A longtime Homer hotelier announced his candidacy Wednesday for the Alaska House of Representatives District 30 seat. Jon Faulkner, owner of Land's End Resort, is challenging Rep. Paul Seaton, the incumbent who also is from Homer, for the Republican Party nomination. "The southern Kenai Peninsula deserves a choice in this upcoming election, and I represent a more conservative voice for change than the incumbent," Faulkner said. "I love this state and I'm committed to building a bright future for our children."

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Homer hotelier announces candidacy for House seat

A longtime Homer hotelier announced his candidacy Wednesday for the Alaska House of Representatives District 30 seat. Jon Faulkner, owner of Land's End Resort, is challenging Rep. Paul Seaton, the incumbent who also is from Homer, for the Republican Party nomination. "The southern Kenai Peninsula deserves a choice in this upcoming election, and I represent a more conservative voice for change than the incumbent," Faulkner said. "I love this state and I'm committed to building a bright future for our children."

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Search for shooter continues

...22, was shot and killed July 16 at 47895 Andrews Ave. in Soldotna, off of Kalifornsky Beach Road. The U.S. Department of Justice lists the property in its National Clandestine Laboratory Register, which contains addresses of some locations...

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Marshals, officers cleared in airport shootout

After more than a year reviewing the Alaska State Trooper report on the March 2006 shooting at the Homer Airport involving U.S. Marshals and Homer Police, U.S. Attorney Jeffery Sullivan announced Thursday that he will not file federal charges against any law enforcement officers involved.

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