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Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion
Clyde Mullican (center) poses with two of his children, Diana Chase (left) and John Mullican (right) in John's home in Soldotna, Alaska, on Friday, April 22, 2016. The Mullicans homesteaded on Sevena Lake near Soldotna in the 1960s.

'Above and beyond'

The eagles waited for the man every morning. From the high dark trees around the lake, they swooped in gracefully when they saw him walk to the end of the dock and huddled around him, beaks clacking. He stooped for a moment to work.

by ELIZABETH EARL

Area fire protection on the rise

Central Emergency Services has helped Soldotna get a better fire safety rating, which could translate to lower insurance rates for those living in the service area.
MEGAN PACER

Iditarod bans musher in domestic violence case from '17 race

ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A musher who has been charged in a domestic violence case has been banned from next year's Iditarod, race officials announced Friday in Alaska.
Mark Thiessen

Girl Scout groups learn science from professionals

Last summer at a day camp in Chugiak, a group of Girl Scouts discovered a bear skeleton in the woods. The normal program was thrown out and the day became all about the bear.
BEN BOETTGER

Burn permits suspended due to high winds

The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has suspended its burn permits on the Kenai Peninsula, prohibiting the setting of fires over 3 feet in diameter.
BEN BOETTGER

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