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Nikiski man reportedly leads trooper on high-speed pursuit

Nikiski man reportedly leads trooper on high-speed pursuit

Trevor Hallstead was allegedly driving more than 100 mph

Nikiski man reportedly leads trooper on high-speed pursuit
Public safety briefs for April 9, 2019
Public safety briefs for April 9, 2019
Furie Operating Alaska’s Julius R Platform, installed in 2015 in Cook Inlet, is seen in this courtesy photo. (Photo/Courtesy/Furie Operating Alaska)

Public asked to comment on pipeline infrastructure efforts

CIRCAC has launched an updated website to provide information about pipeline systems in Cook Inlet

Furie Operating Alaska’s Julius R Platform, installed in 2015 in Cook Inlet, is seen in this courtesy photo. (Photo/Courtesy/Furie Operating Alaska)
From left to right, Amanda Faulkner, Ron Paul, Troy Bailey and Nikki Marcano of Frontier Community Services stand in front of Frontier’s mission statement on Monday. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

Local service organization awarded $50,000 grant

Frontier Community Services received a grant to develop individualized employment assistance

From left to right, Amanda Faulkner, Ron Paul, Troy Bailey and Nikki Marcano of Frontier Community Services stand in front of Frontier’s mission statement on Monday. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)
Tom and Glenna Hudson, the owners of Happy Buddha Imports, as seen on Saturday. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

Shop Talk: Happy Buddha Imports

Happy Buddha Imports sells everything from incense made in India to South African mango jam

Tom and Glenna Hudson, the owners of Happy Buddha Imports, as seen on Saturday. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)
Court reports for April 7, 2019

Court reports for April 7, 2019

The following judgments were recently handed down in Kenai District Court: Dylan Charles Ely, 26, of Soldotna, pleaded guilty to one count of fourth-degree theft… Continue reading

Court reports for April 7, 2019
Public safety briefs for April 4, 2019

Public safety briefs for April 4, 2019

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Public safety briefs for April 4, 2019
Court reports for April 4, 2019

Court reports for April 4, 2019

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Court reports for April 4, 2019
Discarded needles being placed in a sharps container. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress file)

Department of Health and Human Services releases guidelines on safe needle disposal

The safest way to transport and dispose of used needles is by using a medical sharps container

Discarded needles being placed in a sharps container. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress file)
Kenai Peninsula Disaster Action Team Coordinator Dave LaForest assists with sheltering displaced Anchorage residents following the magnitude 7.1 earthquake. (Photo courtesy of Abby Charles/American Red Cross)

Red Cross celebrating new Kenai office with open house

The Kenai office is located at 450 Marathon Road in the Beacon Fire Training Building

Kenai Peninsula Disaster Action Team Coordinator Dave LaForest assists with sheltering displaced Anchorage residents following the magnitude 7.1 earthquake. (Photo courtesy of Abby Charles/American Red Cross)
Collision on K-Beach Road stalls morning traffic

Collision on K-Beach Road stalls morning traffic

Both drivers were injured and transported to Central Peninsula Hospital

Collision on K-Beach Road stalls morning traffic
Court reports for April 2, 2019

Court reports for April 2, 2019

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Court reports for April 2, 2019
Rebecca Carnell, Director of Nursing and Clinical Services at 1st Choice Home Health Care, gives a presentation to the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on April 2, 2019. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

Medical hospice could be coming to the peninsula soon

Carnell gave a presentation at the Borough Assembly Meeting Tuesday night

Rebecca Carnell, Director of Nursing and Clinical Services at 1st Choice Home Health Care, gives a presentation to the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on April 2, 2019. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)
Public safety briefs for April 2, 2019
Public safety briefs for April 2, 2019
Peninsula residents attend the annual KPBA Home Show at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex as seen here in this undated photo. (Courtesy of Kirsten Raye)

40th annual KPBA Home Show will showcase Kenai’s past and present

This year’s theme fits with the 40th anniversary of the event

Peninsula residents attend the annual KPBA Home Show at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex as seen here in this undated photo. (Courtesy of Kirsten Raye)
The industrial area of Nikiski, featuring a refinery and currently mothballed LNG and fertilizer plants, was selected by the producer-led consortium of the Alaska LNG Project before the state took over in 2017. (Photo/File/AJOC)

LNG Project is MIA

Fate of long-awaited project still unclear

The industrial area of Nikiski, featuring a refinery and currently mothballed LNG and fertilizer plants, was selected by the producer-led consortium of the Alaska LNG Project before the state took over in 2017. (Photo/File/AJOC)
Kenai man charged with stealing snowmachine in Nikiski

Kenai man charged with stealing snowmachine in Nikiski

Brewer was wanted on prior charges of stealing cellphones from the Nikiski Pool.

Kenai man charged with stealing snowmachine in Nikiski
Co-owner Art Abel stands next to some of Greatland Ganja’s marijuana plants in Kasilof on March 19. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

Peninsula marijuana industry continues to grow

The Kenai Peninsula has become home to 61 licensed retailers, cultivators, and manufacturers

Co-owner Art Abel stands next to some of Greatland Ganja’s marijuana plants in Kasilof on March 19. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)
Public safety briefs for March 29, 2019
Public safety briefs for March 29, 2019
Court reports for March 28, 2019

Court reports for March 28, 2019

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Court reports for March 28, 2019