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                                Recall Dunleavy organizers Ann Keffer (right, in hat) and Pat Cue collect signatures at a Recall Dunleavy rally Aug. 1 at WKFL Park in Homer. At left, former Homer Rep. Paul Seaton, NP-Homer, signs a form.

Michael Armstrong Recall Dunleavy organizers Ann Keffer (right, in hat) and Pat Cue collect signatures at a Recall Dunleavy rally Aug. 1 at WKFL Park in Homer. At left, former Homer Rep. Paul Seaton, NP-Homer, signs a form.

Recall Dunleavy hits, surpasses signature target

Organizers needed 28,000 signatures to apply with the state to advance the recall effort.

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State Kenai River board recruiting members

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A sign for Set Free Alaska hangs in the faith-based addiction treatment nonprofit’s new outpatient servies location on Ocean Drive on Monday, Jan. 16, 2020 in Homer, Alaska. The organization held an open house to celebrate the outpatient services building opening. (Photo by Megan Pacer/Homer News)
Outpatient addiction treatment services open in Homer

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