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KPC Offers Safe Warm Halloween Venue

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10/28/14

The Kenai Peninsula College is offering a warm and safe venue for parents and children on Halloween.

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Mayor Anderson Takes Ebola Concerns into Consideration Before Trip

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10/28/14

Although recently reelected, Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson had made it clear he plans to leave his position in 2016 for an African mission.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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10/28/14

At the October 28 joint Soldotna Kenai chamber luncheon the LeeShore Center was recognized for their community outreach to address domestic violence.

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Candidate Forum Thursday Evening

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10/28/14

As we count down the final week before the November 4th General Election, there are still a few opportunities to hear where the candidates stand.

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Student Enrollment Up at KPBSD

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10/28/14

After a drop in enrollment last year, the local School District says numbers are improving.

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Nikiski Crime Focus Continues

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10/28/14

Nikiski’s A.J. Duvall will face the Kenai courts today at 1:30pm.

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ASAP Takes Aim at Walker, Says “Big Line” Not Certain

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10/28/14

The Governor has been pursuing two gasline projects at once, and one project fears Bill Walker will cut their funding if elected.

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LNG Project Continues Pre-FEED Process

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10/28/14

The Alaska LNG Project representatives will meet tonight with members of the public at an open house at the Nikiski Middle/High School from 6-9pm.

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Gas Prices Down

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10/28/14

Gas prices have been dropping steadily since last summer, and in the central Kenai Peninsula, motorists are now paying roughly $3.80 per gallon.

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Minors Walk Away From Marathon Rd Crash

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10/28/14

Last night (Monday) at 6:40pm, four young people were involved in a single vehicle accident on Marathon Road in Kenai.