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Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion
Lark Ticen sifts through tomato vines looking for ripe fruit Monday, July 6, 2015, inside her arctic dome in Kenai, Alaska. She said she has been eating out of her "little, big" garden for 2.5 months. The corn she plans to harvest in August was taller then her own height, much more than the "knee-high by the fourth of July," requirement corn growers in the Lower 48 believe the stalks have to be to know if a good crop will come in during the season.

Photo: Under the dome

School board OKs budget revision

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Board of Education approved a revision that would add just less than $107.9 million in expenditures to the fiscal year 2015 operating budget. The board unanimously approved the budget revision with minimal...

More students in need of free or reduced meals

More students are showing up to Kenai Peninsula Borough School District cafeterias without lunch money, joining a growing number of their peers statewide.
Kelly Sullivan

Card Street fire operations winding down

The Card Street fire is now 95 percent contained, and crews will finish fighting it soon. Division of Forestry Public Information Officer Andy Alexandrou said the total personnel working on the fire is down to 10 crew members.
MEGAN PACER

Crowds celebrate Independence Day despite poor weather

Nothing could rain on Kenai's annual "Honoring our Hometown Heros" Independence Day parade this year - not even rain.
MEGAN PACER
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