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Hundreds attended the 36th Annual Home Show on Saturday in Soldotna.  

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Bill to limit corporation role in alternate project advances

03/28/15

JUNEAU, Alaska - The Senate Resources Committee advanced legislation Friday that temporarily would restrict participation by a state-sponsored corporation in an alternate gas pipeline project proposed by Gov. Bill Walker.

Alaska Native orators speak

03/28/15

The nine speakers from the Alaskan Native community who presented at Friday's Alaska Native Oratory event at Kenai Peninsula College, Kenai River Campus, offered their listeners humor, music, opinion, and stories of personal and social resilience.

Soldotna encourages safe digging

03/28/15

The city of Soldotna digs safe excavating practices. During Wednesday's city council meeting, Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson proclaimed April as "Safe Digging Month.

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SST event sees records fall

The name of the game is pushing yourself to the peak of your abilities, and a collection of student athletes from Kenai Central, Soldotna and Nikiski high schools succeeded greatly in doing that Thursday at Soldotna.

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Opinion

Saving money, or passing the buck?

Yes, Alaska is facing a challenging economic situation, but when it comes to addressing the budget, just where does the buck stop?
Apparently not with the Alaska Legislature.

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Arts & Entertainment

Reeling it in: Moviegoers could do far worse than 'Insurgent'

'Insurgent'
Red Wagon Entertainment
1 hour, 59 minutes

"Insurgent," the sequel to last year's modest hit "Divergent," starts out with promise.

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Community

Out of the clouds, into the bright blue sky

As my wiper blades blurred over the windshield as fast as they could squeegee the water off from a torrential British Columbia spring rainfall, I suddenly began to wonder if maybe I wasn't making a huge mistake moving to Alaska.

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Dispatch

Perfect day for the irish and the wearing of Shamrock Green!

Alaska's only St. Patrick's Day parade was treated to a spring perfect day that Boston would have canceled a tea party for. In the 21 years of the parades history this March 17th was sunny and warmer than many past 4th of July and Progress Days parades.

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