Community news and notes

Mitchel Daugherty earned a GPA of 4.0 in the Fall 2014 term and has been recognize with the distinction of Academic Excellence at Southwestern Oregon Community College.

Hillary Bogard of Kenai was named to the Dean’s List for fall semester 2014 at Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia. A Reinhardt Dean’s List student must maintain a 3.5 grade-point average based on successful completion of a minimum of 12 semester credits with no grade less than a B.

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The Peninsula Clarion is looking for subscribers to come in to our Trading Bay office, have lunch and meet the new publisher as well as the newspaper’s managers and newsroom staff. We’d like your feedback, insight, opinions and what you like and dislike about your local newspaper.

If you’d like to weigh in, please send an email to feedback@peninsulaclarion.com with your name and phone number. You can also call City Editor Rashah McChesney at (907) 335-1238, to be included on the list. We will contact you with times and dates for the meetings.

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