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3-Vehicle Accident Caused by Sleeping Driver

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10/30/14

A three vehicle crash on K-Beach Road yesterday was caused by a drowsy driver, according to State Troopers.

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LNG Open House First in the FERC Process

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10/30/14

As part of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval process, the Alaska LNG Project is holding open houses and introducing Alaskans to federal regulators.

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KPD To Search Today For Missing Family

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10/30/14

The Kenai Police Department will search again today for the missing Kenai family of four.

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Insulator Failure Led to Power Outage for 2,000

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10/30/14

A large swath of Kenai was without power last night after a piece of equipment on a power pole failed.

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Cruz to Appear at Soldotna Rally, Romney in Anchorage

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10/30/14

Texan Senator Ted Cruz will appear Sunday at a lunchtime rally at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex supporting U.S. Senate hopeful Dan Sullivan.

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Life Threatening Injuries in Homer Fire

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10/30/14

An 88-year-old homeowner sustained life threatening injuries yesterday (Wednesday) morning after a trying to build a fire in his wood stove.

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HEA Outage Affecting Around 2,000 Kenai Residents

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10/29/14

The City of Kenai experienced a large power outage starting at around 6:10 pm.

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Absentee Voting Open, Polls Close November 4

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10/29/14

Absentee in-person, special needs and electronic transmission voting has been open for the general election since October 2o. Division of Elections Executive Director Gail Fenumiai detailed what Alaskans are currently voting on.

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Soldotna Considering Home Rule Tonight

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10/29/14

The City of Soldotna will hold a special election in February next year to discuss the possibility of becoming a home-rule city.

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Community Shows Support for Paved, Lighted Path

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10/29/14

At its October 28 meeting, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly advanced the project to connect a current pathway from K-Beach Elementary to Kenai Peninsula College.