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Alaska Editorial: Relocating bears doesn't change people's behavior

The following editorial first appeared in the Peninsula Clarion:Earlier this week, it was reported that four of the five black bears that had been relocated to the northern Kenai Peninsula...
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Alaska Editorial: Time for Alaskans to engage in budget process

The following editorial first appeared in the Peninsula Clarion:The commissioner of the state Department of Revenue was in Kenai this week to give a presentation on the scope of Alaska's...
Schools in Kenai Peninsula learn how to respond to intruders

...Students around the Kenai Peninsula are learning how to better respond to intruders through mock drill training.The Peninsula Clarion reports that administration began A.L.I.C.E. Training, an acronym for "Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter...
Kenai River beaches crowded for start of dipnetting season

...state.More than 300 people gathered on the Kenai River Saturday to use their hand nets to search for salmon, the Peninsula Clarion reported.The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has predicted that 3.7 million sockeye will be harvested during...
Alaska Editorial: In Kenai, it's time to talk fishing

The following editorial first appeared in the Peninsula Clarion: Fishing was in the news this week (on the Kenai Peninsula, there aren't too many weeks when fishing isn't in the news...
No limits set on west Cook Inlet clams action on a proposal that would have set limits on clams on a remote beach on the west side of Cook Inlet.The Peninsula Clarion, a Kenai newspaper, reported the lack of action leaves the Polly Creek beach with an unlimited source of razor...
Voters to decide on altering Kenai elections

...the measures, which he says would remove obstacles and encourage more people to run for office if they pass, the Peninsula Clarion reported.Council members voted June 17 to include the measures in the next general election. One initiative...
Avian flu hasn't reached Alaska birds yet, but it could

...not identified any outbreaks in domestic or wild birds so far," Alaska State Veterinarian Robert Gerlach told the Peninsula Clarion. But he cautions that farmers should take care to prevent the virus from infecting the state's birds.Outside...
Teacher accused of raping student released on bail 3:30 p.m. on July 20, and he is scheduled for trial in August.? Rashah McChesney is city editor for the Peninsula Clarion. She can be reached at or follow her on Twitter @litmuslens.
Alaska Editorial: A fish board meeting on the peninsula is long overdue

The following editorial first appeared in the Peninsula Clarion: A measure going before the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, as well as city councils around the peninsula, encourages the...


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