Publication: Peninsula Clarion

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Shauna Thornton: Overcoming challenges will require innovation

“Time is neutral and does not change things. With courage and initiative, leaders change things.” — Jesse JacksonThe issues facing Alaska over the coming years will take a particular kind of leadership one that is forward thinking, innovative, courageous, ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
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Q&A: Alaska House of Representatives

1. With the recent drop in oil process, the Legislature will face some tough decisions in 2015. What will be your top priorities for funding? Are there areas you think should be cut?Rocky Knudsen, District 29: Schools need to be funded to the levels that ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
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What others say: Mass transit still needs to be sustainable

It hasn’t been a secret that the borough bus system’s Gold Line route between Fort Wainwright and downtown suffers from poor ridership. But a report in the News-Miner Sunday that calculates the cost per rider at $100 is shocking. Fortunately, the burden ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
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Kurt Olson: Issues include gas line, oil taxes, health care

I am continually asked about several issues. Here are my thoughts about three of them:Gas LineAfter being involved with the gas line issue for 13 years, I feel confident we are on the right track. We are closer than ever to monetizing our North Slope ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
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Rocky Knudsen: State needs to be more efficient

Deficit Spending: Make cuts to the operating budget by requiring the departments to be more efficient in their daily operations. Stop extended studies for projects that we are not going to build (the Knik Arm Bridge has been studied since before statehood). ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
First reported Oct 29 2014 - Updated Oct 29 2014 - 1 reports

What others say: Price of power

The good people that live around Willow could be excused for thinking Mother Nature was out to get them on Monday.In the span of less than three hours, that area experienced not one but two power outages — the first, smaller outage caused by a beaver ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 29 2014]
First reported Oct 29 2014 - Updated Oct 29 2014 - 1 reports

Voices of the Peninsula: Elected leaders must look out for Alaskans' interests

This October, the Alaska Board of Fisheries took unprecedented measures to avoid holding their next Upper Cook Inlet regulatory meeting on the Kenai Peninsula. Despite requests from the Kenai Peninsula’s legislative delegation, every Municipality on the ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 29 2014]
First reported Oct 24 2014 - Updated Oct 24 2014 - 1 reports

Make sure you're ready for winter driving

It’s that time of year: areas of the central Kenai Peninsula are starting to see some snow, and icy roads earlier this week may have contributed to a rollover accident on the Sterling Highway.We know that winter will strike sometime between Labor Day ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 24 2014]
First reported Oct 23 2014 - Updated Oct 23 2014 - 1 reports

Bob Franken: Ebola foolishness

Here’s a concept: Let’s come up with an idea that would make things worse even if it worked, which it wouldn’t. That would describe the proposal to prevent all people coming from the three West African nations devastated by Ebola — Guinea, Sierra Leone ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 23 2014]
First reported Oct 21 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

Voices of Alaska: Unity ticket represents Alaska's interests

In Alaska, we are currently under the leadership of people who shut out Alaskans and local and tribal governments from major public policy decisions, who put private corporate profits above Alaska jobs, public services and infrastructure, and who have ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 21 2014]
First reported Oct 21 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

What others say: One step at a time on rare earth elements

News that Ucore Rare Metals is proceeding to the next step in its process toward developing a mine at its Bokan Mountain/Dotson Ridge property on the southeast coast of Prince of Wales Island should be viewed positively — despite coming at a difficult ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 21 2014]
First reported Oct 21 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

Voices of the Peninsula: Parnell has natural gas pipeline on the right track

I’ve been involved in state politics for 14 years, and I have to say, the progress the Legislature and Governor Parnell have made together in the last 2 years is a real highlight.We’re farther than ever getting a big gasline built. I’ve never seen all ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 21 2014]

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Rocky Knudsen: State needs to be more efficient [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
Kurt Olson: Issues include gas line, oil taxes,... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
What others say: Mass transit still needs to be... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
Q&A: Alaska House of Representatives [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
Shauna Thornton: Overcoming challenges will req... [Published Peninsula Clarion - 2 hours ago]
Voices of the Peninsula: Elected leaders must l... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 29 2014]
What others say: Price of power [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 29 2014]
Make sure you're ready for winter driving [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 24 2014]
Bob Franken: Ebola foolishness [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 23 2014]
Voices of the Peninsula: Parnell has natural ga... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 21 2014]
What others say: One step at a time on rare ear... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 21 2014]
Voices of Alaska: Unity ticket represents Alask... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 21 2014]
Voices of the Peninsula: Cook Inlet navigation ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 20 2014]
What others say: Request for recommendations fr... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 20 2014]
Voices of Alaska: Parnell shows strong support ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 19 2014]
Bob Franken: Should we even bother to vote? [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 19 2014]
Fish board does disservice to Kenai Peninsula [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 17 2014]
What others say: Initiative 2 needs a new design [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 17 2014]
What others say: State should revisit, debate s... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 15 2014]
Bob Franken: Church and state: still separate? [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 15 2014]
What others say: Energy policy impacts global r... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 12 2014]
Voices of Alaska: Legalizing recreational marij... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 12 2014]
Now is the time to weigh in on school spending [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 12 2014]
Keeping the Peninsula's lights on [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 10 2014]
Bob Franken: No October surprise party [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 08 2014]
What others say: Governor's denial of informati... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 07 2014]
Sprague: Home rule an important discussion for ... [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 06 2014]
Q&A: Home rule a key issue for Soldotna candidates [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 06 2014]
For borough mayor, experience matters [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 05 2014]
Kids today are doing great things [Published Peninsula Clarion - Oct 03 2014]
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