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Kenai Peninsula tackling invasive plant problem

KETCHIKAN - The Kenai Peninsula is leading efforts in eradicating elodea, an invasive aquatic plant species found in various parts of the state. The leafy, long-stemmed plant was found in Beck Lake, Daniels Lake and Stormy Lake, all in Nikiski.
Crimson Bears compete on Stars ice

...end result was not in our favor, we never backed down or stopped competing, even at the end."According to the Peninsula Clarion, Soldotna (2-4) skated off the ice following a successful first period of play that saw them leading 2-0...
Soldotna man get 6 months jail time in dog's death

KENAI - A Soldotna man will spend about six months in jail for beating a dog to death.The Peninsula Clarion reported Samuel Stroer was sentenced to a yea, but the judge Friday suspended 180 days of that sentence. He will also serve four...
Soldotna man pleads guilty in dog beating death

...Animal Hospital where Paco was euthanized and take an anger management course.? Megan Pacer is a reporter for the Peninsula Clarion. She can be reached at
Ninilchik officials working on plans for public transit

...purview of medical services in western peninsula's highly populated areas and lacks sufficient health care, The Peninsula Clarion reported. The Ninilchik Traditional Council is proposing a bus service for the Kenai Peninsula to break down the...
Spike in moose-vehicle collisions on Kenai Peninsula

...volunteer driver for the Alaska Moose Federation, helped collect the moose starting Monday night, according to the Peninsula Clarion."It was kind of a little shocking to get that many in such a short amount of time," Speakman said. "It's...
Kenai Peninsula College prepares to go smoke-free

...the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Prince William Sound College won't enforce the new rule until Jan. 1, The Peninsula Clarion reported.KPC Director Gary Turner said the change may be especially difficult for one KPC campus, because of...
Giant conifer from Alaska will grace US Capitol lawn

...Dozens of Alaskans gathered on the Kenai Peninsula Tuesday to watch the 75-foot Lutz spruce be uprooted, reported The Peninsula Clarion."It's hard to believe," said Keith Freeman, who has lived in Alaska for decades and watched the tree-cutting...
Researchers investigate uptick in stranded and dying otters

...sea otters in the last month than is normally expected, with 200 deaths or illnesses reported so far in 2015, the Peninsula Clarion reported.Homer-based U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service deputy refuge manager Marc Webber says the otters are...
Alaska Editorial: Learning from the past, looking to the future

The following editorial first appeared in the Peninsula Clarion: The Kenaitze Indian Tribe recently made a decision about its past that could have far-reaching impacts in its members' future.


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