Tim Dillon is the executive director of the Kenai Economic Development District. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion file).

Tim Dillon is the executive director of the Kenai Economic Development District. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion file).

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A pickup truck involved in a fatal car crash on July 7, 2019, rests on the side of the road near Mile 142 Sterling Highway, Happy Valley, Alaska. The pickup truck driver survived, but the driver of a second car involved in the crash, Michael Franklin, 18, of Palmer, Alaska, died of his injuries. (Photo by Jon Marsh/Anchor Point Fire and EMS)
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The Swan Lake Fire can be seen from the East Fork Moose River bridge on Thursday, June 27, 2019. (Photo courtesy Robert Kuiper)
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Flying over western Alaska, home to numerous Yup’ik communities, April 15, 2019. (Photo by Victoria Petersen/Peninsula Clarion)
Budget cuts leave Village Public Safety Officer Program on shaky ground

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Homer artists join statewide ‘art intervention’ against governor’s vetoes

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Anchor Point responders douse vehicle fire

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Central Emergency Services respond to the scene of a drowning on the Moose River Monday evening in Sterling . (Photo courtesy Sonya Childs)
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