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updated 8:42pm

Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion Shake, rattle and roll Central Emergency Services first responders retrieve belongings from the inside of an overturned vehicle on Carver Drive near the intersection of Gene Street on Wednesday, Oct.

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Public weighs in on restoring Soldotna's year-round sales tax

Today, 8:33pm

The city of Soldotna is eschewing the Kenai Peninsula Borough's wintertime exemption on collecting sales tax on nonprepared food items and will collect the 3 percent tax year-round, now that it has the authority to do so.

Anchorage zoning laws force cannabis shops to cluster

Today, 8:46pm

Legal cannabis sales are about to happen in Alaska, maybe even within the week. Flower and bud and wax and shatter won't have a wide city network to start, though.

Healthcare Task Force finalizes recommendations

Today, 8:32pm

The Kenai Peninsula Borough's task force on health care reached a set of final recommendations to the borough Wednesday night.

Assembly approves multi-million hospital expansion

Today, 8:31pm

Central Peninsula Hospital is moving forward with plans to update its obstetrics wing and to install the Kenai Peninsula's first catheterization lab.

Seward man mauled by bear

Today, 8:32pm

A Seward man is recovering from injuries he got from being attacked by a brown bear early Thursday morning at the Seward Airport.
Seward police responded to the airport around 6:45 a.m.


Kenai volleyball topples SoHi

This is a night they can't take away from the Kenai Central volleyball team. Home floor with rabid student section. Match against Northern Lights Conference archrival Soldotna.

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Arts & Entertainment

Triumvirate Theatre's 'Lame Ducks and Dark Horses' pokes political fun

Though there's plenty of fodder for a few jokes in the Alaska political scene this time around, the presidential drama was too good to leave alone this year.

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Oregon weighs whether all kids should get outdoor education

MOUNT HOOD NATIONAL FOREST, Ore. - Each year, thousands of Oregon parents hug their kids goodbye and send them tramping into the wilderness for up to a week to learn about their state's natural wonders.

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Kenai First Responders Fill their Boots for MDA

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon the first responders of Kenai and Nikiski Fire Departments parked their big red ladder truck at the corner of the Spur Highway and Main St.

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