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FEBRUARY 16, 2014 Soldotna-Kenai, Alaska

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Panel debates education bill Measure addresses student credit for vocational training By MIKE COPPOCK Associated Press

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Soldotna High School’s Addison Downing climbs a big hill near the start of Friday’s boys five-kilometer freestyle at the Region III Nordic Ski Championships at Tsalteshi Trails. For more on the meet, see Page B-1.

JUNEAU — The House Education Committee on Friday took up funding aspects of an education bill by Gov. Sean Parnell that would allow vocational credits to be counted as high school credits for participating students. Under the bill, the 10 vocational schools involved must have such an agreement in place with high schools that send students into their program or face a 20 percent reduction in state funding. State labor commissioner Dianne Blumer told the committee the state currently does not have a means for measuring success at state-recognized vocational schools or a way to enforce agreements with high schools on dual crediting. Concerns were raised by committee members over the difficulties for other vocational training schools to be added to the list to receive a portion of state assistance. “Private firms must come before the Legislature to get on the list,” Blumer said. The current 10 vocational schools are on the allocation list by law. Any additional schools would have to be added through the Legislature, and changes

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would have to be made to the percentage of allocated funds form the Alaska Workforce Investment Board. Blumer told the committee she was not certain how the list of current schools and their percentage of allocation evolved. The challenges of adding private training schools to the list were raised by Rep. Lynn Gattis, R-Wasilla, but she was not the only one with concerns. Rep. Peggy Wilson, RWrangell, pointed to Southern Southeast Alaska Technical Education Center in Ketchikan as another potential candidate. “Businesses are going up to them trying to get their students even before they graduate because the demand is so high in their area,” Wilson said. By law, vocational schools allotted funding from money collected for the Alaska Workforce Investment Board are the University of Alaska with 45 percent, Alaska Vocational Technical Center in Seward at 17 percent, and the Kotzebue Technical Center and Yuut Elitnaurviat Inc. Peoples’ Learning See CREDIT, page A-2

Soldotna residents hear more on roundabouts By KAYLEE OSOWSKI Peninsula Clarion

The City of Soldotna invited the public to an open house on Tuesday night to discuss road rehabilitation plans for Binkley Street. Questions and comments from the about 20 people who came to down to Soldotna City Hall focused on the three roundabouts proposed to be constructed at Binkley Street’s intersections with Wilson Lane, Redoubt Avenue and Marydale Drive. Concerns raised by locals included whether the street is busy enough to warrant roundabouts and if people will just use other routes to avoid the roundabouts, how commercial truck drivers and emergency vehicles will

be able to navigate the intersections, and how the maintenance department will be affected — especially during the snowy months. City Engineer Kyle Kornelis said the city conducted traffic impact analyses to account for both current and future traffic needs. He said it is one of the busiest city streets with drivers traveling to the George A. Navarre Borough Administration Building, Central Peninsula Hospital and other medical facilities, retail shops and schools. He said statistics show that roundabouts not only allow for more vehicles per hour to flow down the street but there are fewer accidents at roundabout intersections. The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities requires roundabouts

Former territorial governor dies By MARK THIESSEN Associated Press

ANCHORAGE — A man who lobbied congressional members for Alaska statehood and served as one of the state’s last territorial governors has died. Mike Stepovich died early Friday in a San Diego hospital at the age of 94, his daughter, Antonia Stepovich Gore, told The Associated Press. Services are pending. “Our hearts are full,” she said. She said the three things that were most important to him were “family, faith and Alaska, and that could be in any order on any given day.” “He had a very long life, full of achievements and accomplishments,” she said. Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell

on Friday ordered that state flags be lowered in Stepovich’s honor. Flags will remain at half-staff until the day after his service. “Alaska has lost a true pioneer,” Parnell said in a statement. “Gov. Stepovich was a strong, selfless figure. His love for our state is a great legacy that will endure for generations of Alaskans.” A moment of silence also was held on the floor of the Alaska House on Friday. State Rep. Scott Kawasaki, D-Fairbanks, said he has been reading through books on the battle for statehood. “His real lasting legacy is, we got statehood. We’re here,” Kawasaki said. Stepovich was born in 1919 in Fairbanks. He received his law degree from Notre Dame. See GOV, page A-2

at new or rehabilitated intersections unless otherwise justified. “I hope people will give (roundabouts) a fair shake,” Kornelis said. The roundabouts, if implemented, would be single lane and the medians would have a gradual curb so trucks and campers can roll over them if necessary, Kornelis said. Brad Nelson, Central Emergency Services health and safety officer, said the roundabouts might actually be helpful for CES, which is located at the Wilson Lane and Binkley Street intersection. He said while the rule for drivers when they see emergency vehicles with their lights and sirens Rendering provided by the City of Soldotna going is to pullover to the right, that doesn’t always happen. Sometimes This illustration shows a proposed mini-roundabout at Binkley Street and See CITY, page A-2 Wilson Lane in Soldotna.

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LNG take could reach $3 billion By TIM BRADNER Morris News Service-Alaska Alaska Journal of Commerce

JUNEAU — State legislators are continuing their review of the state’s proposed deal with North Slope producers and TransCanada Corp. on a major natural gas project. Legislation that would allow state participation in the project is before the House Resources and Senate Resources committees, which held several days of hearings last week. The proposal is for the state to become a partner in the project in ways that reduce risks for the industry participants but also enhance the state’s share of future revenues. Black and Veatch, a consulting firm working for the state, estimates potential profits to the state of $3 billion a year by 2024 from its share of the project. The agreement also provides terms under which the pipeline C

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can be expanded if other companies, which do not own a share of the pipeline, find new gas supplies. Legislators are examining two documents, the Heads of Agreement with all the parties including the state and TransCanada, and a separate Memorandum of Understanding between the state and TransCanada that spells out terms of the partnership between those entities. Under the proposal, TransCanada would make the investment in, and own, a share of the North Slope gas treatment plant and pipeline sufficient to transport the state’s gas share, while the state would invest directly in, and own, a share of the LNG plant in Nikiski sufficient to convert the state gas into LNG for sale. The state would have an option to purchase part or all of TransCanada’s share of the project at certain points. BP’s Dave Van Tuyl, representing his company in a “round-

table” discussion held with the Senate Resources Committee Feb. 7, said the Legislature is being asked to take a first step this year with decisions in three areas: whether to participate in the project, the rate of participation, and setting the overall share between 20 percent or 25 percent, and agreeing to the next steps. Tony Palmer, representing TransCanada on the panel, said that if the Legislature approves the enabling legislation this year he anticipates a “Precedent Agreement,” this summer between the state and his company. A Precedent Agreement is the first step in a long-term, binding transportation agreement for the state’s gas share to be shipped by TransCanada through its share of the pipeline. The Precedent Agreement would be followed by a Firm Transportation Service Agreement (the shipping contact itself) that would be ready for See GAS, page A-5


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Kenai boy dies after pool accident A 6-year-old Kenai boy has died after an accident in a pool at an Anchorage hotel. Floyd Murphy, the son of Tim and Raelynne Murphy of Kenai, had been in critical condition at Providence Children’s Hospital in Anchorage since Feb. 7, when he was pulled out of a hotel pool by his older brother, his aunt, Amanda Murphy, told the Clarion last week. On Monday, after doctors told the family that a CT scan showed no brain activity, a decision was made to take Floyd off life support, she said. The family was waiting until the medications he had been given had left his system, so that his healthy organs could be donated. On Friday, Providence Hospital released a statement on behalf of the Murphy Family: “Last night Floyd left us to be with God. We would like to thank the community for the overwhelming show of support for Floyd and our family. Your love, compassion and prayers have given us strength during this difficult time.” According to the statement, a celebration of life service will be held for Floyd at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Soldotna Church of the Nazarene. Guests are encouraged to wear blue and yellow. — Staff report

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between lanes of traffic traveling in different directions make crossing the street easier for pedestrians because they will only have to cross one lane of traffic at a time, said Joe McElroy, consultant with engineering and surveying firm SGM, Inc. Soldotna project manager, Lee Frey, said the wider sidewalks can also be utilized by bikers who aren’t comfortable riding with traffic in the bike lane. He said based on concerns from citizens, the city is looking into methods of public outreach to inform people who has the right-of-way in roundabouts, including bike and pedestrian traffic. The $2.5 million project is funded by two state grants. The street has seen no major work over projects since it was constructed in 1987. Along with possible roundabouts and a wider sidewalk, design also calls for new pavement, curb, gutter and drainage improvements as well as landscaping and beautification features. Kornelis said the city is looking to put the project out for bid in the spring and construction will likely last through the summer.

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people stop in the middle of the lane or other people pullover to the left. “If these things work out, theoretically the way they’re supposed to, we should always have the avenue right do the middle that nobody’s driving on to get through,” he said. Kornelis said the maintenance department will have to make some adjustments with snow removal to work around the roundabouts, if implemented. Scott Sundberg, maintenance department manager, said the plows are equipped with blades that should allow operators to float them over the roundabouts to move snow. Pedestrians were also taken into consideration in the design. The plan calls for the current 5-foot wide bike lane to be reduced to 3-feet so the sidewalk can be widened to 6 feet. Along the majority of the 4,500-foot long street the right-of-way is 60 feet, but in places where it is wider, the design bumps out the sidewalk to get pedestrians away from the street, Kornelis Kaylee Osowski can be said. reached at kaylee.osowski@ The roundabout medians peninsulaclarion.com.

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Center in Bethel at 9 percent. The University of Alaska Southeast is at 5 percent, Galena Project Education Vocational Training Center gets 4 percent, and the Northwestern Alaska Career and Technical Center in Nome, Southwest Alaska Vocational and Education Center in

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When Alaska was waging the war for statehood, he traveled extensively throughout the Lower 48 to build grassroots support for it to become the 49th state. Stepovich then went to Washington, D.C., ahead of floor votes in the U.S. House and Senate to admit Alaska to the union. Former U.S. Sen. Bob Bartlett, DAlaska, called Stepovich “the most effective lobbyist for statehood,” according to Gore.

ANCHORAGE (AP) — Pilot error led to a fatal September 2011 midair crash involving a boyfriend and girlfriend flying near each other in western Alaska, the National Transportation Safety Board said. The board determined that pilot Scott Veal was flying alongside Kristen Sprague when he suddenly flew just above her much smaller plane and then clipped its wing on the way back down, the Anchorage Daily News reported Friday. In its Feb. 3 decision, the

welding is high across Alaska. “When I was touring AVTC (Alaska Vocational Technical Center) in Seward, they told me they did not have enough graduates to fill all the jobs people were contacting them about,” said Rep. Harriet Drummond, D-Anchorage. Only one in five Alaska high school graduates eventually hold a four-year degree, according to the state labor department.

A well-known, July 1, 1958, photograph by the AP shows Stepovich standing between President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Interior Secretary Frederick Seaton. Stepovich is flashing a broad smile and holding a newspaper with a banner headline, “WE’RE IN.” While governor, he also graced the cover of Time Magazine on June 9, 1958. Behind him was a totem pole with an oil derrick sitting at the top. The original painting that was used for the cover continues to hang in the Stepovich home. Stepovich served three terms in the Alaska Territorial Leg-

islature in the 1950s before Eisenhower appointed him territorial governor in 1957 at the age of 38. Stepovich resigned a year later for an unsuccessful bid for U.S. Senate. Besides law and politics, he also loved playing handball and baseball. Gore said her father was once scouted by the Boston Red Sox while he was in college. Following his return to Alaska after receiving his law degree, he remained active in baseball, coaching the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks in the summer league. During his many years with the Goldpan-

ners, he coached several future Major League players, including Tom Seaver and Rick Monday, she said. Gore said her father never really retired from practicing law, serving on several panels and advising two of his sons who practice in Alaska. He also remained physically active throughout his life. “He played handball right up until he shouldn’t have,” Gore said. Stepovich was at a son’s home in San Diego when he fell last Saturday night. He had been hospitalized since in a semiconscious state after suffering head injuries.

board found that Veal failed “to maintain adequate clearance while performing an unexpected and unannounced abrupt maneuver, resulting in a midair collision between the two airplanes.” The 24-year-old Veal, of Kenai, died in the fiery crash of his Cessna 208B Caravan. Sprague managed to land her badly damaged Cessna 207 on the tundra north of the village of Nightmute. Sprague was unhurt. She earlier told an NTSB investigator she thought her plane would

crash too. Both were alone in the planes. The newspaper said the report doesn’t name either pilot. Alaska State Troopers previously identified them. Veal was killed after the collision severed the vertical stabilizer and rudder on the Caravan’s tail, sending the plane into a nosedive. Veal, who worked for Grant Aviation, was returning to his Bethel base. Sprague was flying back to Bethel from Tununak

for her employer, Ryan Air. The pilots agreed by radio to meet in flight and fly back together, investigators said. Sprague told the NTSB that Veal initially flew along the left side of her plane. After Veal’s sudden maneuver, Sprague told him by radio that she couldn’t see him and “was concerned about where he was,” the report said. Then she saw the wings and cockpit of Veal’s plane descending to her right. Veal’s left wing clipped her right wing, the report said.

Juneau sinkhole threatens fire station JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — als, Etheridge said. One thinks of Florida when one Sinkholes “just randomly envisions massive sinkholes open up,” he said. swallowing whole buildings in He told the city’s finance a single gulp. committee that the department But in Juneau, the city not only has a massive sinkhole threatening its downtown fire station, but that hole may cost a million dollars to fill, the Juneau Empire reported. That’s a hefty price tag in a city where the state budgets about $20,000 annually to fill pot holes. Making the situation even more dangerous, the fire engines, which weigh more than 50,000 pounds, are sending vibrations through the already shaky ground, Capital City Fire and Rescue Chief Richard Etheridge said. A hole that formed last fall was large enough to swallow a pickup, the chief said. That sinkhole was filled, and firefighters continually make short-term fixes when sinkholes open up. But the fire department is looking for a long-term solution. Juneau’s downtown fire station is built on fill. Much of downtown Juneau, which sits at sea level, is built on wooden pilings and mine tailings from the AJ Mine. Water still flows under the station, and the supporting soil beneath the rear parking lot has finally washed away after years of the tide moving in and out. That doesn’t factor in the decomposition of organic materi-

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$2.2 million for a new structure to operate from. The Ketchikan Indian Community borrowed an estimated $3.5 million for the campus. “You have their carpentry students transforming the old buildings they have acquired in Ketchikan into dorms,” said Wilson. Demand for technical training in Alaska is high. Blumer told the committee the demand for graduates in

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Obituary Mary Louise Ledda Soldotna resident Mary Louise Ledda, 75, passed away Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna. A funeral mass will be at noon Wednesday, Feb. 19, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Soldotna. Viewing will be one hour prior to services at the church. Burial will follow the mass at Soldotna Community Memorial Park. A reception will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at O’Neill Hall next the church. Mary was born Dec. 21, 1938 in Queens, New York. She was a high school graduate and also a nursing school graduate. She worked as a registered nurse for 25 years in Texas before moving to Soldotna in 2002. Mary was a member of the church and enjoyed quilting, gardening, traveling and spending time with her grandchildren. “Mary was a caregiver and a mother. She was a full-time night nurse most of her adult life. She was a mother to more than just her four children. When she settled in Texas to raise her family along with her husband, Lou, many of the neighborhood children certainly considered her a mother figure. Her home always seemed open to everyone. She loved animals, especially cats and dogs. She even put up with snakes and raccoons. After retiring and building her dream home in Alaska, she enjoyed her beautifully close relationship with her eldest daughter, Jeanne, who lived around the corner. They were best friends. In the end, Jeanne, along with the support of Mary’s loving son-in-law, Chuck, cared for her in their home. Over the years she was visited regularly by the families of her other two daughters, Peggy and Carolyn, and her multiple grandchildren. Her eldest child and only son, Bob, also lived nearby with his family. She loved to travel and made many trips to visit her daughters and grandchildren in Europe and was there for her grandchildren’s births. “She will be dearly missed by many and will live in our hearts forever,” her family said. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph Alex and Isabelle (Cantwell) Rozea. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Suzanne Ledda of Soldotna; daughters and sons-in-law, Jeanne and Chuck Osmond of Soldotna, Peggy and Vincent Guerandel of Tokyo, Japan, and Carolyn and Gilles Perry of Grenoble, France; sister, Ethel Williams; nieces, Cathy Parton and Susan Dugan all of Kingston, NY; ex-husband, Lou Ledda of Soldotna; daughter-in-law, Tyna Ledda of Soldotna; and grandchildren, Nat, Alex, Noah, Louis, Elyse, Gabrielle, Rachel, Audrey, Brett, Austin and Brandon. Memorial donations may be sent to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 222 W. Redoubt Ave., Soldotna, AK 99669. Arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.

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Nikiski, Kenai and Soldotna areas. The Senior Olympics are open to all Peninsula seniors 55 years of age and older. Local senior centers have details on the games and sign-up sheets for all events. An awards ceremony will be held in the Central Violinist, pianist to perform in Soldotna Peninsula Mall on Feb. 22 at 12:30 p.m. to present medals The Performing Arts Society presents the Sitka Summer to winners, followed by a no-host dinner at Ginger’s RestauMusic Festival Musicians in concert on Monday, Feb. 17 at rant. 7:30 p.m. at Soldotna Christ Lutheran Church. Violinist Paul Rosenthal and Pianist Piers Lane will perform music of Bach, Beethoven and Chopin. Tickets are $20 general admission and Take A Break has tips to find the new you $10 student, and available at River City Books, NorthcounPeninsula Take A Break will be meeting on Wednesday, Feb. try Fair, Already Read Books and Country Liquor, and at the 19 from 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at Solid Rock Conference door. Center, Mile 90.5 Sterling Highway. Michelle Williams of Hey, Good Lookin’ will share tips for the new you in the new year. The inspirational speaker will be Carol Bannock. Cost of the Pilot safety seminar on tap luncheon is $12 and complimentary child care is provided. All A pilot safety seminar will take place Thursday, Feb. 20 ladies are cordially invited. from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Missionary Air Repair Center (MARC) Please make reservations by today by calling Susan at 335on Funny River Road in Soldotna. Speakers will include Dean 6789 or e-mail tab-reservations@hotmail.com. Eichholz of the Alaska Aviation Safety Foundation, David Swartz and Al Wilson from the Aircraft Certification Office, Spring Break Adventure Camps and Alaskan aviator Bill Compton. The seminar is available for Wings Credit. Cookies and coffee will be provided. For at Challenger Center more information, contact Dean Eichholz at 262-3872 or 398The Challenger Center is gearing up for Spring Break camps. 6228. Debuting is a new Survival 101 Camp with a supervised outdoor survival night for grades 7-12. STEM Adventure camps for K-3rd and 4th-6th graders are always a blast. Overnight opParents of children with tions for grades 4-12. To register, visit www.akchallenger.org special needs gather for support or call 907-283-2000. A Parents of Special Needs Children Support Group meeting will take place Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kenai Cover crops, soil health to be discussed River Center on Funny River Road across the street from SolKenai Soil & Water Conservation District, in cooperation dotna Airport. If your child has special circumstances that makes others with NRCS and UAF-Cooperative Extension, invites growlook or speak of them differently then you need to come to our ers and the interested public to watch a live-stream broadcast meeting and get acquainted with other parents that are deal- from the National Forum on Cover Crops and Soil Health and ing with the same issues. Discuss the issues of everyday life, to participate in the discussion immediately following. The school and acceptance in society. For more information con- Forum takes place Tuesday, Feb. 18 from 8:45 a.m. to noon tact Peggy Larson at: 260-3621/394-6310 or peggysuelee@ at the Kenai Community Library. Doors open at 8:30 am, and the program begins at 8:45 a.m. The broadcast of keynote gmail.com. speakers is from 9 to 10:45 a.m. Discussion with local producers, NRCS and Cooperative Extension staff is scheduled Peninsula Senior Games take center stage for 11 a.m. to noon. There is no charge to participate. Senior centers on the Kenai Peninsula will be holding the For information, contact Heidi at the Kenai Soil & Water annual Senior Olympic Games from Tuesday, Feb. 18 through Conservation District at 283-8723, ext. 108. The forum webSaturday, Feb. 22. There are 13 diffeent events, including site is http://www.sare.org/Events/Forum-on-Cover-Cropspool, water walk, cribbage, bridge, darts, walk-a-thon, hand- and-Soil-Health. n-foot, bowling, basketball, pinochle, dominos, ping pong, and poker. The events will be held at various locations in the Submit announcements to news@peninsulaclarion.com.

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Community Calendar Today 4 p.m. • Narcotics Anonymous support group “Twisted Sisters” at URS Club, 405 Overland Drive, Kenai. 7 p.m. • Alcoholics Anonymous Freedom Group meets at the Soldotna

mittee will sponsor a public hearing to discuss HJR 18 Constitutional Amendment: Monday 8:00 a.m. Elected Attorney General The House Education ComHJR 1 Constitutional Amendmittee will sponsor a public ment: Education Funding. hearing to discuss HB 278 Testimony will be taken. Education: Funding / Tax Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Credits / Programs DiscusThe Senate Resources sion on Tax Credits. 2 minute Committee will sponsor a testimony limit. public hearing to discuss SB Tuesday 1:30 p.m. 138 Gas Pipeline; AGDC; The House Finance ComOil & Gas Production Tax mittee will sponsor a public Consultants - Nikos Tsafos hearing to discuss HB 211 and Janak Mayer, Enalytica, Employment of Persons with Dept. of Natural Resources, Disabilities and HB 263 ExDept. of Revenue. 5:30 tend Senior Benefits Payment p.m. — Public Testimony on Program. Testimony will be SB 138. 2 minute testimony taken. Wednesday 1:00 p.m. The House Judiciary Com-

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limit. Thursday 9:00 a.m. The Senate State Affairs Committee will sponsor a public hearing to discuss SB 145 Vets’ Retirement / Loans / Housing / Employment, SB 127 Vehicle Transaction Agents, HJR 23 Good Friday Earthquake Remembrance Day and HJR 19 Base F-35 Aircraft At Eielson AFB. Testimony will be taken.

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Keep an open mind on area road upgrades During a recent public open house,

Soldotna City Engineer Kyle Kornelis asked that, when it comes to a proposal to build several traffic roundabouts on Binkley Street, the public give the idea a fair shake. When the plan was initially shared with the public, there was great deal of concern from the public over how it would affect traffic on Binkley, whether it would help with traffic flow, and even whether changes to the road are needed at all. Some concerns were based on specific issues, some seemed to stem more from fear of the unknown, as there are no roundabouts on the Kenai Peninsula. However, the city has done its homework on the issue, and at this point has a reasonable answer for most concerns, backed up by traffic impact analyses. Road designers have taken into account all types of traffic, including commercial vehicles and the RVs you see rolling through town. Engineers have made accommodations for bicycles and pedestrians along what is one of Soldotna’s busiest streets, and Central Emergency Services says roundabouts would likely be beneficial to emergency vehicles responding from the station at the Binkley Street-Wilson Lane intersection. Even the process for snow removal has been considered. The bottom line is that there are many roads around the Kenai Peninsula, including Binkley Street, that handle a much higher volume of traffic than what was envisioned when they were first built decades ago. Upgrading roads is going to take a large investment, as well as some creative problem solving, because in a lot of areas, simply adding more lanes isn’t feasible. We’re glad to hear that municipal officials and engineers are listening to public concerns as they look for ways to rehabilitate our roads. We hope that those of us who will be traveling on those roads keep an open mind when we see some outside-the-box solutions.

Quotable “Snow has become a four-letter word.” — Tom McGarrigle, a politician in suburban Philadelphia, where another 9 inches fell Thursday. “The court is compelled to conclude that Virginia’s Marriage Laws ... deny Virginia’s gay and lesbian citizens the fundamental freedom to choose to marry.” — Federal Judge Arenda Wright Allen, in ruling that the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.

Playing a losing game I’ve described politics as the dark side of government, but, as usual, things have gotten worse: To a large extent anymore, politics is just about all there is to government, certainly on the national level. The sad election choice for Americans has degenerated into “Pick Your Poison.” Republicans largely offer a field of bizarre extremist candidates who not only should be laughed off the stage but shouldn’t have been in the theater in the first place. They are enabled by Democrats, who are so inept that they waste every opportunity to advance their progressive agenda. Their standard-bearer for now is Barack Obama, of course, but he and his peeps are blowing their chance to shape the country in their image. The most glaring example is Obamacare. My old friend Ron Fournier, who proves that “respected journalist” is not necessarily an oxymoron, cites in the National Journal how, “It’s getting difficult and slinking toward impossible to defend the Affordable Care Act.” His frustration boils over at the latest decision to delay another employer mandate till after the midterm election, which Fournier describes as further proof that “The White House has politicized its signature policy.” Setting aside the criticism that the law itself was twisted by special-interest lobbyists and a ruthless GOP opposition into a Rube Goldberg substitute for genuine reform, it still offers some improvement for millions of people who had been shut out of their right simply to be well. The

administration’s carelessness between passage and reality has undermined its credibility. It’s worsened even now by a White House that lurches, blinded by shortsightedness. Even with the lat- Bob Franken est report that more people are signing on, the mixed messages give powerful ammunition to those whose passion it is to destroy the current presidency by demonizing Obama and flogging him with his signature program. He makes it easy by symbolically wearing a “Kick Me” sign. He’s allowed Sen. Ted Cruz and others of his ilk to thrive. Frankly, Cruz should have been shoved to the side, considering how last year he was out front demanding repeal of health care as the price to avoid a government shutdown and national financial default. When that blew up in his face, the Democrats had him on the run for only a very short time. Immediately, the grotesque collapse of the healthcare. gov website, followed by disclosures of outright misrepresentations by the president and the frightened veering like this latest delay, allowed Cruz and his running buddies to regain traction in a big hurry. They’ve learned that they can have it both ways. They can demagogue the

debt-ceiling issue, for instance, knowing full well that their weary leaders will see to it that a disaster is avoided. In the House, Speaker John Boehner is taking heat for rescuing the crazies from themselves. In the Senate, it’s Minority Leader Mitch McConnell fending off Cruz, who couldn’t care less that McConnell’s re-election is endangered back home in Kentucky. The hard-liners could vote against new borrowing authority and brag to their voters back home that they did, secure in the knowledge that they would not take the blame for forcing the nation into financial disgrace. While there will be some distractions this year, like immigration reform (don’t bet on that one), the thicket has been cleared. The campaign is about Obamacare. Democrats will have to play defense, mired in the garble from the White House. Cruz and the others can lick their chops as they contemplate the real possibility of controlling the entire Congress for two years and then taking the whole shebang in 2016, stuffing even Hillary. She, of course, saw her own effort at healthcare reform go down in flames. Maybe it has become a political fourth rail, but now that Barack Obama has grabbed it, he can’t let go. Ted Cruz and the others won’t. Bob Franken is a longtime broadcast journalist, including 20 years at CNN.

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“He was a wonderful guy. He was always kind, always generous, and a joy to work with.” — Alan Mills, manager for actor Ralph Waite, “If at my convenience I might break who played the kind family patriarch on the them (laws), what would be their worth?” TV series “The Waltons.” Waite died Thursday at 85. — Charlotte Bronte, “Jane Eyre” We’ve come a long way since Justice Charles Evans Hughes remarked a century ago, “...the Constitution is what the judges say it is.” Or have we? According to the Galen Institute, a nonE-mail: profit public policy research organization news@peninsulaclarion.com based in Alexandria, Va., “...more than Write: Fax: 27 significant changes already have been Peninsula Clarion 907-283-3299 made to Obamacare: at least 10 that PresiP.O. Box 3009 Questions? Call: dent Obama has made unilaterally, 15 that Kenai, AK 99611 907-283-7551 Congress has passed and the president has signed, and 2 by the Supreme Court.” Add The Peninsula Clarion welcomes letters and attempts to one more now that he has decreed that publish all those received, subject to a few guidelines: small businesses with 50-99 employees n All letters must include the writer’s name, phone numwill be given another year before they have ber and address. to pay a penalty for failing to comply with n Letters are limited to 500 words and may be edited to the Obamacare law. fit available space. Letters are run in the order they are Where does the president get the power received. to unilaterally change a law? On Monday, n Letters addressed specifically to another person will not during a tour of Thomas Jefferson’s home be printed. with French President Francois Hollande, n Letters that, in the editor’s judgment, are libelous will the president quipped to reporters about not be printed. being able to tour the home, which was n The editor also may exclude letters that are untimely or closed that day: “That’s the good thing irrelevant to the public interest. about being president; I can do whatever n Short, topical poetry should be submitted to Poet’s CorI want.” ner and will not be printed on the Opinion page. The old adage “many a true word is n Submissions from other publications will not be printed. spoken in jest” seems to apply in this inn Applause letters should recognize public-spirited serstance. vice and contributions. Personal thank-you notes will not President Obama has already vowed to be published. circumvent Congress “whenever I can,” so

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this appears to be the next step toward quasi-dictatorship. Now if he can finish packing the courts with people who share his go-italone worldview his usurpation of power will be complete. Responding to Cal Thomas the president’s latest summary declaration on Obamacare, Speaker John Boehner said, “Once again, the president is giving a break to corporations while individuals and families are still stuck under the mandates of his health care law and once again the president is rewriting law on a whim. If the administration doesn’t believe employers can manage the burden of the law, how can struggling families be expected to?” This isn’t about any of that. This is about next November’s election and delaying the pain of Obamacare so that vulnerable Democrats might keep their congressional seats. It is politics at its most cynical. Republicans must do more than issue strong statements. They should go to court again and challenge the president’s power to evade the law. This president, like all presidents, took an oath (twice, in his case) to “faithfully execute the office of president of the Unit-

ed States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Is deciding what part of a law he wishes to obey and unilaterally altering a law passed by Congress and signed by himself a faithful execution of his office? Is he preserving, protecting and defending the Constitution by such behavior? Imagine a Republican president trying to delay the implementation of any law favored by Democrats. The sharp knives would be out for his political head, possibly including impeachment. A court challenge may be the only hope for controlling this out-of-control administration. Under other administrations defying the law has caused serious problems for a president. Richard Nixon told David Frost, “When the president does it, (break the law) that means that it is not illegal.” We know how that turned out. President Obama won’t be impeached — the Senate has a Democratic majority, Republicans will likely be reluctant to impeach America’s first black president — but the GOP should use the courts to at least restrain him. The Founders foresaw the danger when a president behaves like a king. Readers may e-mail Cal Thomas at tcaeditors@tribune.com.

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Around Alaska Bill would allow for firearms on campus JUNEAU — Senate Majority Leader John Coghill has introduced legislation that would allow the legal concealed carry of firearms on University of Alaska campuses. Coghill says SB176, brought to him by his intern, challenges the Board of Regents’ authority to set rules restricting legal carry. The bill says the state has the authority to regulate firearms and knives and unless specifically allowed by law, the regents cannot enforce policies regulating things like possession or use. SB176 says board policies can restrict shooting a firearm in places where people, property or animals are jeopardized and possession of firearms and knives in restricted access areas of university buildings. Coghill says the question is whether his proposal would encourage or mitigate those who want to be bad actors. He said he thinks it mitigates it.

Juneau marks Elizabeth Peratrovich Day JUNEAU — Juneau will host a celebration to honor an Alaska civil rights leader. Elizabeth Peratrovich Day will be marked by a Sunday afternoon ceremony at Thunder Mountain High School. KINY reports the Alaska Native Sisterhood and the Alaska Native Brotherhood are hosting the celebration along with the Juneau School District. A ceremony is also planned at Peratrovich’s Juneau gravesite at 10 a.m. Sunday. Peratrovich is honored every Feb. 16, which makes the date in 1945 when the Anti-Discrimination Act was signed in Alaska.

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legislative approval in 2015, Palmer said. This is the big step for the state because it is binding, but Palmer also said there are “off-ramps” for parties including the state, at different stages in the process, even at advanced points. These are covered in sections of the stateTransCanada MOU that cover “termination of participation,” and includes provisions for repayment to TransCanada of its costs with 7.1 percent interest, Palmer said. The state’s negotiation of the Heads of Agreement was pursued after the results of a consulting study were received from Black & Veatch. The firm outlined some major findings of the study for the Senate Resources Committee Feb. 10. In the study, Black & Veatch had focused on two main objectives in the study, one to find a way for the state to protect its royalty interest and a second to find a way that the state, as a landowner, could provide incentives for the project to move forward. “The bottom line is that we feel the project is feasible with some changes to the fiscal

framework,” said Deep Poduval, who led the study team. Black and Veatch found this could be achieved most effectively by the state taking on some of the costs of the project by becoming a partner and by modifying the present terms of the oil and gas leases that give the state the ability to switch between taking of royalty from royalty in-kind to in-value at six months’ notice. The “Heads of Agreement” as it now stands, with the producing companies and TransCanada, provides for the state to take both its royalty and tax share in kind to achieve a 20 percent to 25 percent overall share of the gas production and to take a corresponding share of the project itself, but partnering with TransCanada Corp. on the gas treatment plant and the pipeline. Poduval said the state’s other options to alter the fiscal framework include simply lowering the state’s royalty and tax, but that the taking of gas in-kind and equity partnership approach seemed better because the state would benefit far more in the long run. The industry’s objective is also for the state to benefit from the project so that the interests are aligned. “It’s a better way to achieve the objective,” she said. Another state objective achieved under the equity ar-

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off the road on its way from North Pole to Deadhorse. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation reJUNEAU — Sen. Charlie Huggins is taking another shot at ceived a call on the crash eight hours after the incident. designating an official state firearm. Fuel still in the tank was pumped into a Big State Logistics SB175 would make the pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 bolt- tanker. The leaking trailer has been removed. action rifle in a number of different calibers the official state The DEC says Eggor is working with Colville Inc. to move bolt-action rifle. response equipment and personnel to the site. The bill says that to be an Alaskan between 1930 and 1963 meant carrying the “rifleman’s rifle,” the Winchester pre-1964 Supreme Court upholds Usibelli license Model 70. It says the rifle helped Alaskans “establish a firm ANCHORAGE — The state Supreme Court on Friday upfoothold in the untamed and often wild Alaska wilderness.” The bill is somewhat different from one introduced by Hug- held the state’s issuance of a gas exploration license in the Healy Basin for Usibelli Coal Mine. gins in 2011 and later withdrawn. The group Denali Citizens Council had challenged the proThat earlier proposal would have made the pre-1964 Wincess in which the state Department of Natural Resources had chester Model 70 .30-06 caliber rifle the official state firearm. issued the license. Denali Citizens Group challenged DNR’s findings that it Senate OKs option for school zone cell ban was in the state’s best interest to issue the license. The group JUNEAU — The Alaska Senate on Friday passed a bill giv- claimed DNR didn’t take a “hard look” at the economic feasibiling municipalities the option of prohibiting drivers from using ity of excluding some residential areas and wildlife habitat from cellphones in school zones and on school property. the license. It also claimed DNR’s treatment of environmental The bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Kevin Meyer of An- mitigation measures was capricious and arbitrary. chorage was approved on a 13-2 vote. It allows municipalities the option of banning cellphone use NJ man convicted of smuggling narwhal tusks by drivers in school zones or on school property. BANGOR — A New Jersey man accused of smuggling narThe bill now goes to the House for consideration. whal tusks into the United States was convicted Friday of federal crimes, several of which carry a penalty of up to 20 years Fuel truck crashes off Dalton Highway in prison. FAIRBANKS — A fuel hauler says nearly 2,200 gallons of A federal jury in Maine convicted Andrew Zarauskas of diesel fuel is estimated to have leaked from a tanker after a crash Union, N.J., on six counts, including conspiracy, smuggling and on the Dalton Highway. money laundering for his role in a smuggling ring, prosecutors The Eggor Enterprises truck rolled late Tuesday night at Mile said. He was released on $25,000 unsecured bond while await309.5 within the North Slope Borough. ing sentencing. — The associated Press The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports the truck veered

rangement is the ability to assure third-party access to the “midstream” of the pipeline, for explorers who discover other gas. Last week, legislators heard from the state’s potential new partners in a wide-ranging discussion in the Senate Resources Committee held Feb. 5. Sen. Hollis French, D-Anchorage, asked about concessions the five parties had made to each other in reaching the Heads of Agreement. One difficult area, several on the panel said, was to agree on principles for expansion of the pipeline and how costs for expansion would be shared. Palmer, of TransCanada, said the final agreement does have a “pro-expansion” bias, though not as far as TransCanada would have preferred. Bill McMahon Jr., representing ExxonMobil, said a difficult area was in determining what would be agreed on in the initial HOA document and how much would be left to negotiate later. Pat Flood, of ConocoPhillips, said the companies had to come to grips with dealing with the state on a commercial basis and yet keeping the state’s role as a regulator in mind. “This was new territory for us,” in a commercial agreement, he said.

Palmer said some terms relating to pipeline return on equity in the HOA are more beneficial to the state than was the case under the state’s AGIA license agreement with TransCanada. He didn’t elaborate on the point, however. Pipeline return on equity, which is regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, is important because it affects the pipeline tariff, or shipping cost, which in turn affects the revenues to gas shippers including the state. Sen. Fred Dyson, R-Eagle River, raised a question that was not fully answered: If there can be no legal limit to the state’s tax authority, what if the state later decided to increase its gas production tax? Because the state would be taking its tax in-kind, would this increase the share of the state’s gas and therefore the state’s volume of gas to be shipped? ExxonMobil’s McMahon said, “That would be the result.” ConocoPhillips’ Pat Flood said, “The HOA as it is (agreed on) contemplates the state’s participation to be the same as its share of gas.” Dyson did not pursue the question further, but a state official familiar with the agreement said this is one of several important loose ends that have to be nailed down as the deal

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moves through future stages. If the state can increase its gas tax and its gas volume at the whim of the Legislature it would have practical effects on the project, because pipeline capacity is designed to handle a set volume of gas. It could also detract from the gas shares of the other shippers. Members of the panel also said that the agreement makes no change in the current state property tax or corporate income tax. However, the agreement also provides for a PILT, or payment-in-lieu-of-tax, on property taxes to local governments, while the project is in construction. In its overall analysis of the project Black and Veatch used a cost basis for the project of $39 billion to $54 billion, but that this differs from the estimates published by the industry team of $45 billion to $65 billion. That’s because the companies included Point Thomson production facilities and pipeline, while Black and Veatch looked only at the North Slope Gas Treatment Plant, the pipeline and the large Southcentral liquefied natural gas plant, said Peter Abt, another member of the Black & Veatch team. Based on those estimates, the study team calculated a “break-even” price for delivery of gas to customers, as LNG, of

about $12.30 per million British Thermal Units, Abt told the Senate committee. Abt warned the committee, however, that cost escalation represents a key risk for the project. Costs have escalated sharply for major energy projects worldwide, particularly LNG. “We expect costs under continued pressure as this goes forward,” Abt said. However, the consultants also concluded that the efficiency gain of having the LNG plant located in a northern climate, on the Kenai Peninsula, was worth the equivalent of an extra 3 million tons of LNG per year in value gain, compared against competing LNG projects with their liquefaction plants located in warmer climates. The consulting firm identified an LNG supply “gap” in world markets, mostly Asia, of 250 million tons to 300 million tons of LNG per year by 2025, but that Alaska also faces significant competition from other projects that have lower costs. Compared against those, Alaska now appears “out of the money,” in being able to compete without changes in fiscal structure and state participation. Tim Bradner can be reached at tim.bradner@alaskajournal. com.


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Around the World Data shows Army forcing more soldiers out due to misconduct; war partly to blame WASHINGTON — The number of U.S. soldiers forced out of the Army because of crimes or misconduct has soared in the past several years as the military emerges from a decade of war that put a greater focus on battle competence than on character. Data obtained by The Associated Press shows that the number of officers who left the Army due to misconduct more than tripled in the past three years. The number of enlisted soldiers forced out for drugs, alcohol, crimes and other misconduct shot up from about 5,600 in 2007, as the Iraq war peaked, to more than 11,000 last year. The data reveals stark differences between the military services and underscores the strains that long, repeated deployments to the front lines have had on the Army’s soldiers and their leaders. It also reflects the Army’s rapid growth in the middle part of the decade, and the decisions to relax standards a bit to bring in and retain tens of thousands of soldiers to fill the ranks as the Pentagon added troops in Iraq and continued the fight in Afghanistan. The Army grew to a peak of about 570,000 soldiers during the height of the wars, and soldiers represented the bulk of the troops on the battlefields compared with the other services.

Olympics insist they’re not about politics, but it’s part of their fundamental identity SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Each time an Olympics approaches, the ideal is articulated once more: The true spirit of the games, those who oversee them say, brings humanity together to promote amity and athletic excellence. It is most certainly not a place for the affairs of nations and vested interests to play out on a global stage. “Olympics is not about politics. It’s about the sport, fair play and humanity,” Dmitry Chernyshenko, head of the Sochi organizing committee, said last week, echoing his predecessors. The new president of the International Olympic Committee, Germany’s Thomas Bach, was more nuanced, saying before the games began that his organization must be “politically neutral without being apolitical.” And yet ... In Sochi this week, politics percolates everywhere, which is not unusual. It has lurked at the margins of Olympic Games going back at least to the moment in 1936 in Berlin when German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, a white supremacist, watched Jesse Owens, a black American, take gold in the 100-meter sprint. The Olympics, you might say, are the planet’s most political apolitical event.

McDonald, Player A in bullying report, has ‘no problem with the Miami Dolphins’ A former Miami Dolphins lineman identified as one of the targets of harassment in the racially charged bullying scandal, has no has no problem with the team, his agent said in a statement Saturday. Andrew McDonald, Player A in an NFL-ordered report released Friday by lawyer Ted Wells, said in the statement that he is “disappointed his name has become associated” with the revelations about the reported harassment. The report of Jonathan Martin’s allegations that he was harassed by teammate Richie Incognito, states that Dolphins offensive line coach Jim Turner didn’t attempt to stop the behavior and even took part in some of the taunting of Player A. McDonald’s agent, Brett Tessler, said in the statement to The Associated Press that McDonald has “been a member of another organization since last season and is trying to focus on his future. When Ted Wells approached Andrew at the end of the investigation, Mr. Wells already had all the information contained in the report that he had gotten elsewhere. “While Andrew can’t speak for other players involved in the report, he personally has had no problem with the Miami Dolphins organization and has the highest opinion of Coach Turner both personally and professionally and feels terrible about the way their relationship has been portrayed in the report.”

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Nation UAW drive falls short By ERIK SCHELZIG and TOM KRISHER Associated Press

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The failure of the United Auto Workers to unionize employees at the Volkswagen plant in Tennessee underscores a cultural disconnect between a labor-friendly German company and anti-union sentiment in the South. The multiyear effort to organize Volkswagen’s only U.S. plant was defeated on a 712-626 vote Friday night amid heavy campaigning on both sides. Workers voting against the union said while they remain open to the creation of a German-style “works council” at the plant, they were unwilling to risk the future of the Volkswagen factory that opened to great fanfare on the site of a former Army ammunition plant in 2011. “Come on, this is Chattanooga, Tennessee,” said worker Mike Jarvis, who was among the group in the plant that organized to fight the UAW. “It’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to us.” Jarvis, who hangs doors, trunk lids and hoods on cars

said workers also were worried about the union’s historical impact on Detroit automakers and the many plants that have been closed in the North, he said. “Look at every company that’s went bankrupt or shut down or had an issue,” he said. “What is the one common denominator with all those companies? UAW. We don’t need it.” Pocketbook issues were also on opponents’ minds, Jarvis said. Workers were suspicious that Volkswagen and the union might have already reached “cost containment” agreements that could have led to a cut in their hourly pay rate to that made by entry-level employees with the Detroit Three auto-

versary at the plant. Southern Republicans were horrified when Volkswagen announced it was engaging in talks with the UAW last year. Republican U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, who has been among the UAW’s most vocal critics, said at the time that Volkswagen would become a “laughingstock” in the business world if it welcomed the union to its plant. Volkswagen wants to create works council at the plant, which represents both blue collar and salaried workers. But to do so under U.S. law requires the establishment of an independent union. Several workers who cast votes against the union said they still support the AP Photo/Erik Schelzig

United Auto Workers President Bob King speaks to the media after workers at a Volkswagen factory voted against union representation in Chattanooga, Tenn., on Feb. 14. The 712 to 626 vote is a devastating blow to the union and its efforts to organize other Southern plants run by foreign automakers.

makers, he said. The concern, he said, was that the UAW “was going to take the salaries in a backward motion, not in a forward motion,” said Jarvis, who makes around $20 per hour as he approaches his three-year anni-

idea of a works council — they just don’t want to have to work through the UAW. Volkswagen’s German management is accustomed to unions and works councils, which have been ingrained in its operations since the end of

World War II. And labor interests that make up half of the company’s supervisory board have raised concerns that the Chattanooga plant is alone among the automaker’s major factories worldwide without formal worker representation. But in Tennessee there’s little recent history of prominent manufacturing unions, and people are suspicious of them. “This is an area of the country where union density is low,” said Harley Shaiken, a professor at the University of California at Berkeley who specializes in labor issues. Still, because of the close margin, Shaiken believes the union would have won without statements from Corker and other Republican politicians that played to anti-union sentiment and cast doubt on the plant’s future with union representation. Those statements, he said, influenced spouses, relatives and neighbors of as well as workers at the plant. “You’ve got wives, husbands, family members. They hear these threats and they say, ‘What are you doing here? This is a risk,’” Shaiken said.

McCrory denies involvement coal ash deal By MICHAEL BIESECKER Associated Press

RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory denied Friday he had any talks with Duke Energy executives or lobbyists about his administration’s scuttled deal to settle environmental violations at two of the $50 billion company’s coal ash dumps for $99,000. McCrory was asked about the agreement at a public event after his office had not responded to questions from The Associated Press. Federal prosecutors on Monday served the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Duke with grand jury subpoenas demanding records as part of a federal investigation into the spill, which contaminated the river so badly the state has advised against prolonged contact with the water or eating fish. “I have had no conversations with Duke Energy about the lawsuits or about the federal action,” McCrory said. Lawyers for the state environmental agency pulled the deal from consideration after last week’s massive coal ash spill into the Dan River. Envi-

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ronmentalists opposed the proposed agreement, which they described as a sweetheart deal that would have done nothing to require the nation’s largest electricity provider to clean up its toxic dumps. McCrory worked at Duke 28 years before retiring to make his first run for governor in 2008. In that time, campaign finance reports show Duke Energy, its political action committee, executives and their immediate families have donated at least $1.1 million to McCrory’s campaign and affiliated groups that spent on TV ads, mailings and events to support him. On a state ethics form last year, McCrory indicated that his investment portfolio includes holdings of Duke stock valued in excess of $10,000, though he is not obligated to disclose the specific amount. Asked Friday if he would voluntarily disclose the total amount of his investment in the company, McCrory suggested his holdings were part of his 401K from his years at Duke. But he did not reveal the full value of his stake. As governor, McCrory has the authority to make numerous decisions that could affect Duke’s bottom line, including making

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In this Feb. 5, photo, Amy Adams, North Carolina campaign coordinator with Appalachian Voices dips her hand into the Dan River in Danville, Va. as signs of coal ash appear in the river. Duke Energy estimates that up to 82,000 tons of ash has been released from a break in a 48-inch storm water pipe at the Dan River Power Plant in Eden N.C.

appointments at the North Carolina Utilities Commission that approves the rates charged for electricity in the state. After taking office last year, he appointed former Duke employees like himself to key posts, including state Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker. His appointee to oversee the state environmental department that regulates emissions from Duke’s power plants, Raleigh businessman John Skvarla, describes the agency’s role as

being a “partner” to those it regulates, whom he refers to as “customers.” McCrory said Friday he sees no conflict of interest in his role as elected official and corporate shareholder. “In my 14 years as mayor of Charlotte and my one year as governor, I separate my job as governor,” he said. “I’m very proud of the job we’ve done as governor, and that regards to any company in North Carolina.”

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Gay-marriage foes scrambling after court setbacks BY DAVID A. LIEB, DAVID CRARY, and RACHEL ZOLL Associated Press

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Opponents of same-sex marriage are scrambling to find effective responses, in Congress and state legislatures, to a rash of court rulings that would force some of America’s most conservative states to accept gay nuptials. Some gay-marriage foes are backing a bill recently introduced in both chambers of Congress that would leave states fully in charge of their marriage policies, though the measure stands little chance of passage. In the states, they are endorsing a multitude of bills — some intended to protect gay-marriage bans, others to assert a right, based on religious freedom, to have nothing to do with gay marriages should those bans be struck down. In Utah, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Virginia, federal judges have voided part or all of the bans on same-sex marriage that voters approved between 2004 and 2006. Each of the rulings has been stayed pending appeals, and a final nationwide resolution may be a few years away in the U.S. Supreme Court. The trend is unsettling to the activists who oppose gay marriage, and some have called for extraordinary measures in response. Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, known for fighting to display the Ten Commandments in a judicial building, has written to all 50 governors urging them to support a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage as between only a man and a woman. In Missouri, where voters

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‘A strong majority of my members support laws that define traditional marriage. However, my members also don’t condone discrimination.’ — Senate President Susan Wagle approved a gay-marriage ban in 2004, eight Republican House members filed articles of impeachment against Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon after he ordered his administration to accept joint tax returns from same-sex couples who were legally married in other states. The Republican House leader has yet to schedule the matter for public hearings, but some GOP sponsors insist they are serious. “The people put it in the constitution that marriage is between one man and one woman — the issue is the governor has absolutely ignored the constitution and the people’s will,” said Rep. Ron Schieber, a Republican from Kansas City. The demand for religious exemptions, meanwhile, is widespread. Gay marriage opponents have fought for strong exemptions in every state where lawmakers have already decided the issue. In New York, for example, gay marriage was recognized only after Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state’s top two legislators struck an 11thhour compromise on religious accommodations. However, the resulting exemptions have generally been limited in scope — and haven’t come anywhere near to what gay marriage opponents sought. In Massachusetts and Iowa, where same-sex marriage won recognition through the courts, there are no religious exemptions related to the rulings.

In light of this track record, opponents in red states have been proposing pre-emptive bills with broad accommodations for religious objectors. Most of the bills aim to protect individuals or businesses who, for religious reasons, don’t want to serve same-sex couples. Bills in Ohio, Mississippi, Arizona, Idaho and Oklahoma would allow a person or company to assert a religious freedom defense against a lawsuit from another private party. For

example, a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple could defend his decision as a legally protected religious right. In some states, they have suffered setbacks. The Kansas House passed a measure last week providing a faith-based legal shield for people who refuse to provide services to gays and lesbians. It details which services would be exempted — ranging from bakeries to adoption agencies to government clerks — and allows faith-based refusal of services to gay couples in any domestic partnership. But the top Republican in the state Senate put a quick stop to the bill’s momentum, declaring that a majority of GOP lawmakers in that chamber don’t support it. “A strong majority of my members support laws that de-

fine traditional marriage,” said Senate President Susan Wagle. “However, my members also don’t condone discrimination.” In South Dakota, a Republican-led Senate committee narrowly defeated a similar bill that would have barred lawsuits or criminal charges against clergy who refuse to perform same-sex weddings. Critics of the bill said it was unnecessary because the U.S. Constitution already guarantees religious freedom. One of the sponsors of that measure was Rep. Steve Hickey, pastor of a Sioux Falls church that opposes gay marriage. “I’m saying keep the state out of my church,” Hickey said at a committee hearing. “I only promote and perform traditional marriages. ... It’s is not because there is any bigotry. It’s because I deeply care about people.”

In Indiana, the battle over gay marriage has revealed rifts among Republicans. GOP Gov. Mike Pence urged lawmakers to refer a constitutional ban on gay marriage to the November ballot, but the measure suffered a significant setback last week that could delay a vote until 2016. Proposed constitutional amendments must be approved twice by the Indiana Legislature — unchanged and in consecutive biennial sessions — before making the ballot. The proposed gay-marriage ban cleared the Republican-led Legislature two years ago but was changed recently to remove a ban on civil unions, thus preventing it from going to the 2014 ballot. Peter Sprigg, a senior fellow with the conservative Family Research Council, expressed disappointment with the Indiana development.

Another blast of snow hits Northeast By RODRIQUE NGOWI Associated Press

BOSTON — Another round of snow made its way into the Northeast on Saturday as the region continues to dig out from the previous storm. New England is expected to be hit hardest by the latest blast of winter weather. The National Weather Service says 10 to 14 inches of snow is expected in eastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island. Connecticut could see 8 to 10 inches along its Rhode Island border. At its peak, the storm will dump snow at the rate of 3 inches per hour, said meteorologist William Babcock. The weekend snowstorm comes on the heels of another storm that brought snow and ice to the East Coast, caused at least 25 deaths and left hundreds of thousands without power. Parts of New York and Vermont ended up with more than 2 feet

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Federal guidance on pot business leaves banks wary By GENE JOHNSON Associated Press

SEATTLE — For marijuana dispensaries around the country, the days of doing business in cash — driving around with bill-stuffed envelopes to pay the rent, or showing up at a state revenue office with $20,000 in paper bags for the tax man — can’t end soon enough. It’s not clear that the Obama administration’s new guidance on pot-related banking is going to end them. The Justice and Treasury Departments on Friday issued banks a road map for doing business with marijuana firms. The security-wary pot industry, including recreational shops in Colorado and medical marijuana operators elsewhere, welcomed the long-awaited news, but banking industry groups made clear that the administration’s tone didn’t make them feel much easier about taking pot money. The banks were hoping the announcement would relieve them of the threat of prosecution should they open accounts for marijuana businesses, Don

Childears, president of the Colorado Bankers Association, said in a written statement. It doesn’t. “After a series of red lights, we expected this guidance to be a yellow one,” Childears said. “At best, this amounts to ‘serve these customers at your own risk’ and it emphasizes all of the risks. This light is red.” Some dispensaries have managed to open accounts, sometimes by being less than forthcoming about their business, but for the most part banking has long been a headache for the cannabis industry. Because marijuana remains illegal under federal law, banks haven’t been able to accept pot business without risking prosecution for money laundering or racketeering. But 20 states now have medical marijuana laws on the books; two, Washington and Colorado, have legalized marijuana sales to adults; and Alaska voters this summer will consider a similar recreational pot law. With the industry emerging from the underground, states want to track marijuana sales and collect taxes. It’s a lot

‘We’re constantly facing the threat that banks will shut us down.’ — Todd Mitchem, OpenVape easier to do that when the businesses have bank accounts. It’s easier on the businesses, as well. For Seattle’s Conscious Care Cooperative, a medical marijuana dispensary with three branches and 11,000 members, the guidance “definitely looks exciting,” said Trek Hollnagel, a business consultant there. The dispensary started operating on a cash basis after bouncing from bank to bank. Hollnagel said Conscious Care was always up front with banks about their business, and some, including Bank of America, would let them open accounts — only to freeze or close them later on. “From one day to the next they changed their policies,” Hollnagel said. “If all your funds are frozen for two weeks it makes it difficult to run a business. You write a rent check on a Monday, get a call from the

bank Tuesday saying the account’s frozen, then a call from your landlord on Wednesday saying the check bounced.” Instead, Hollnagel or others at the dispensary wound up driving around with $10,000 in a bank envelope to pay their bills. And when they showed up at the state Department of Revenue to pay their taxes, it would take half an hour for an agent to count the money, Hollnagel said. “Hopefully with these changes we’ll be able to go back to being a real business,” he said. Maybe, maybe not. Under the guidance, banks must review state license applications for marijuana customers, request information about the business, develop an understanding of the types of products to be sold and monitor publicly available sources for

any negative information about the business. The guidance provided the banks with more than 20 “red flags” that may indicate a violation of state law. Among them: if a business receives substantially more revenue than its local competitors, deposits more cash than is in line with the amount of marijuana-related revenue it is reporting for federal and state tax purposes, or experiences a surge in activity by third parties offering goods or services such as equipment suppliers or shipping services. If a marijuana-related business is seen engaging in international or interstate activity, such as the receipt of cash deposits from locations outside the state, that’s problematic, too. The banks need to file “suspicious activity reports” on their pot customers — designated either “marijuana limited,” for those believed to be complying with the federal government’s law-enforcement priorities, such as keeping pot away from children; “marijuana priority,” for those the banks have questions about; or “marijuana termination,” for those believed to

be engaging in criminal activity. “They’ll have to have a real awareness of the activities of their customers,” said Denny Eliason, a lobbyist for the Washington Bankers Association. The American Bankers Association said banks will only be comfortable serving marijuana businesses if federal prohibitions on the drug are changed in law. U.S. Rep. Denny Heck, DWash., wrote on Twitter that the announcement makes it “significantly safer to regulate and operate the voter-approved legitimate marijuana market in our state,” but agreed the only way to truly solve the problem is to change federal law. He and Colorado Democratic Rep. Ed Perlmutter have introduced a bill that would allow banks and credit unions to work with marijuana businesses. “We’re constantly facing the threat that banks will shut us down,” said Todd Mitchem of OpenVape, a Denver company that sells electronic devices to consume marijuana. “It makes it very difficult to do business.”

Diplomats eye credentials for ambassadors Ariz. inmate makes Valentine’s escape By LARA JAKES AP National Security Writer

WASHINGTON — A group of professional diplomats wants to make sure that American ambassadors have street cred before they are sent to run U.S. embassies overseas — and not just big money or high status. On Friday, the American Foreign Service Association said it is pushing new guidelines to ensure that ambassadors meet certain qualifications for top diplomatic posts. The proposal follows a recent spate of embarrassing comments by Obama administration ambassador nominees who have shown — or, in one case, outright confessed to — lacking expertise in the countries where they will live and work. Several of the nominees were top-dollar campaign fundraisers and donors for President Barack Obama, raising concerns they were rewarded for their lucrative political support. At least three of them — George Tsunis for Norway, Noah Bryson Mamet for Argentina and Robert Barber for Iceland — acknowledged during their confirmation hearings that they had never been to

the nations where they would serve. And despite his decades in Congress, even former Democratic Sen. Max Baucus from Montana said he’s “no real expert on China” as he appealed last month to lawmakers to send him to Beijing. “We didn’t start this process because of the latest nominations,” association president Robert J. Silverman said Friday. “This is a systemic problem. It’s not unique to the Obama administration.” Still, “there have been some recent cases that made it acutely aware to the public — which is helping the buy-in for these guidelines,” said Silverman, a career diplomat who has served in Sweden, Turkey and several posts across the Mideast. Silverman said ambassadors don’t necessarily need to be career diplomats to be successful, noting that nominees with skills in business industries, think tanks or other leadership posts could serve just as ably. But, he said, how much money a prospective ambassador has contributed to a political candidate should not be considered when being selected for what essen-

tially is the top representative for the American government in nations around the world. “I think both parties are not following this law,” Silverman said. State Department deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf said Friday that campaign contributions don’t “make you more or less qualified” to be an ambassador, and noted that presidents going back years have been pressed to explain why donors have been plum diplomatic posts. “We believe all of our nominees are incredibly qualified,” Harf said. A study by the foreign service association, which represents about 16,500 career diplomats, concludes that 37 percent of ambassadors during the Obama administration have been political appointees. That is the highest rate since former President Ronald Reagan’s administration in the 1980s. By contrast, only about 30 percent of former President George W. Bush’s ambassadors were political diplomats. The association’s guidelines won’t be formally released until later this month. But one of

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its members said Friday that the proposed qualifications would include leadership, interpersonal and managerial skills, the ability to formulate highlevel policy and knowledge of the foreign area or other tradecraft. The association member was not authorized to discuss the guidelines by name until they are formally released late this month. The group that put the guidelines together is composed of both former career and political diplomats. Separately, the State Department announced Friday it would create a new U.S. ambassadorship for the Arctic region, which is becoming a global economic hot spot as its thawing waterways open to commercial shipping traffic. U.S. officials estimate the Arctic holds 13 percent of the world’s undiscovered oil reserves and 30 percent of undiscovered gas deposits. Next year, the U.S. will take over the rotating chairmanship of the eight-nation Arctic Council. In a letter to Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, Kerry said tapping an ambassador for the region will make it “a higher U.S. priority.”

PHOENIX — An Arizona jail inmate who escaped by climbing two walls and crawling through razor wire and was reportedly meeting his sweetheart on Valentine’s Day is back in custody. The Pinal County Sheriff’s office says in a release that inmate Joseph Andrew Dekenipp was caught a few hours after he escaped FriAP Photo/Pinal County Sheriff day from the county deten- This photo shows Joseph tion center. Andrew Dekenipp an inmate The office says he would of the Pinal County Adult undergo treatment for serious Detention Center. cuts he got from the wire before being returned to the lockup. The Arizona Republic reports that the 40-year-old Dekenipp was arrested without incident after he arrived at a Coolidge saloon and grill where he was to meet his girlfriend. Coolidge is about 35 miles southeast of Phoenix. Dekenipp has been in jail since his arrest Jan. 10 on suspicion of vehicle theft, trafficking in stolen property, unlawful flight, and driving on a suspended license. Officials say he is now facing an escape charge.

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UK taxi driver crushed to death in windstorm By GREGORY KATZ Associated Press

LONDON — Strong winds that pummeled Britain killed a taxi driver, whose car was crushed by falling chunks of masonry from a building, and an elderly man who died after a “freak wave” struck a cruise ship in the English Channel, officials said Saturday. Another 15 cruise ship passengers were injured. The taxi driver was killed late Friday in central London near Holborn subway station when part of a building collapsed during a windstorm, police said. She was identified as Julie Sillitoe, a 49-year-old with three sons. Her passengers, a man and woman, were hospitalized with injuries not believed to be lifethreatening, police said. The car wasn’t moving at the time of the building collapse and the female passenger managed to free herself from the rear of the

vehicle. A fourth person, believed to be a male pedestrian, also was injured and taken to a hospital, ambulance officials said. About 10 people were evacuated from nearby buildings as a precaution. The 85-year-old cruise ship passenger died after 80 mph (130 kph) wind gusts kicked up giant waves in the English Channel on Friday afternoon, endangering safety in the crowded shipping lanes used by commercial vessels, cruise ships and pleasure craft. Cruise and Maritime Voyages said a “freak wave” broke five windows on its Marco Polo cruise ship, inundating the ship’s Waldorf Restaurant. Spokesman Paul Foster said the man died before he could be airlifted for emergency treatment. The cause of death hasn’t been determined, he said. The company said a second passenger was airlifted and is

being treated for injuries not thought to be life-threatening. Another 14 passengers were treated on board for minor injuries, the company said. The Marco Polo was carrying 735 mostly British passengers and 349 crew members when the wave struck. It had been returning to its home port of London Tilbury after a 42day cruise to the Azores. The army rescued 30 people from a seafront restaurant in Hampshire, southwest of London, after high winds blew a shingle through its windows, allowing floodwaters in. Officials said 22 severe flood warnings are in place, meaning lives are in danger in those areas. More heavy rain and winds are expected Saturday. In Hertfordshire, north of London, residents of 17 homes AP Photo/PA, Laura Lean were evacuated Saturday after a 20-foot (65-foot) deep sinkhole A smashed up car is seen in Kingsway opposite Holborn Tube station in central London, after developed overnight on a quiet a woman was killed when large chunks of masonry fell onto a Skoda Octavia vehicle she was in, London, Feb. 15. residential street.

Syria peace talks in doubt after 6th day in Geneva BY JOHN HEILPRIN Associated Press

GENEVA — U.N.-Arab League mediator Lakhdar Brahimi ended direct talks between the Syrian government and opposition Saturday without finding a way of breaking the impasse in peace talks. Saturday’s talks, which lasted less than half an hour, left the future of the negotiating process in doubt and no date was set for a third session. Brahimi told a news conference that both sides agreed that the agenda for the next round should focus on four points: ending the violence and terror-

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ism, creating a transitional governing body, building national institutions, and reconciliation. To avoid losing another week or more before resuming discussions, Brahimi said he proposed that the first day should be reserved for talks on ending violence and combating terrorism, the main thrust of the government’s stance, and the second for talking about how to create a transitional body, as the opposition and Western powers insist. “Unfortunately the government has refused, which raises the suspicion of the opposition that in fact the government doesn’t want to discuss the

TGB (transitional governing body) at all,” Brahimi said. “In that case, I have suggested that it’s not good for the process, it’s not good for Syria that we come back for another round and fall in the same trap that we have been struggling with this week and most of the first round,” he said. “So I think it is better that every side goes back and reflect and take their responsibility: do they want this process to take place or not?” Brahimi said he would consult with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey

Lavrov about a way forward. “I am very, very sorry, and I apologize to the Syrian people that their hopes which were very, very high that something will happen here,” Brahimi said. Syria’s ambassador to the U.N., Bashar Jaafari, said the government accepted Brahimi’s proposed agenda but a problem was raised “by the other side when they gave their own interpretation of the agenda.” He insisted that the government is committed to returning to negotiations. “We promised our own people to get back to Geneva to continue the Geneva talks as

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long as it takes, because we are extremely careful about stopping the bloodshed in Syria and combatting terrorism,” Jaafari told reporters. “This I promise you: We will be committed to doing so.” Anas al-Abdeh, a member of the opposition negotiating team, said his side accepted the agenda but the government’s unwillingness to go along with the order of discussions put the prospects of a third session of talks within

the “Geneva 2” negotiating round in doubt. The first two sessions lasted from Jan. 2231 and Feb. 10-15. The first round, known as “Geneva 1,” resulted in a roadmap for peace in June 2012 that was not followed. Al-Abdeh called the continuing stalemate in negotiations a result of the government’s “continuous effort to not talk and not to discuss the issue of the transitional governing body.”


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President Vladimir Putin in Sochi: a disciplined show BY JIM HEINTZ Associated Press

SOCHI, Russia — So far during the Winter Olympics, Vladimir Putin hasn’t shown off his pecs, scuba-dived to a treasure site or engaged in any sort of the he-man stunts he’s known for. But the Russian president’s vigor and determination have been on display in quieter ways -- a long round of visits to officials, athletes’ facilities and sporting events. That’s harder duty than it sounds. Competitors at the Olympics get nervous knowing that the eyes of the world will be on them for a few minutes. For Putin, that scrutiny extends for the entire 17 days of the games. Many of those eyes are waiting for him to fail. Although the home-country crowds may be largely on his side, Putin has received much criticism from abroad for the Olympics’ staggering cost, Russia’s crackdown on dissent and the widely denounced law banning pro-gay “propaganda” to minors. Serious questions have been raised about whether his security forces are capable of fending off

threatened attacks by Islamic militants and whether Russia has been cooperating enough with Western governments on protecting fans and athletes. Through it all, Putin has conducted himself with the slightly chilly aplomb that is his hallmark. During more than a dozen years in power, he’s rarely allowed himself to be spontaneous -- and those moments when he did were often embarrassing, as when he inexplicably nuzzled a boy on the stomach -- but he’s learned how to use a choreographed moment to present an image of studied casualness. In a sense, Putin can be seen as an analogue to the athletes on the snow and ice of Sochi. He’s strongly disciplined, consistent, and trained well enough to make the difficult look easy. For the duration of the Olympics, he’s also has to navigate tricky psychological straits -- exult in victory, accept defeat gracefully and don’t trash-talk your opponent (or at least, not much). Putin showed most of those qualities on Friday in a “dropin” visit to USA House, the local U.S. Olympic headquarters. Although Putin has sparred with Washington,

sometimes with considerable acrimony, over issues ranging from missiles to human rights to alleged U.S. meddling in Russia, he steered clear of confrontation during his visit, took pains to praise the U.S. team and even noted that Russians love many American hockey players — the sport where the United States and Russia have their biggest rivalry. If those placating words were a challenge to his competitor’s spirit -- this is a man who loves to throw others around in his favorite sport of judo -- they also conveniently paralleled Putin’s foreign-policy attempts to portray Russia as a country devoted to peace and respect for all nations. It also feeds the image — or myth — of the Olympics as something of a higher calling and allows Putin, at least for a couple of weeks, to fend off awkward questions. He made the connection specific in a visit the next day to the Swiss Olympic house, when a journalist asked about the recent pardoning of oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, whose imprisonment is one of the most controversial chapters of Putin’s presidency.

Putin shot back, “There is hope that you will never connect sports and politics.” The biggest public challenge for Putin in the Olympics so far came a few hours later when the United States beat the Russian hockey team in a shootout. It was a tough loss and a tough problem: he had to be graceful, but still the No. 1 fan. “Sport is sport,” he said. “I think our team played very worthily. It seemed to me they were a class higher -- a little bit higher.” Putin has another week to go in this rarefied air of staying above politics and for now, even some of his domestic critics are content to let him have the time-out. Boris Akunin, a best-selling author often critical of Putin, noted that many may have hoped that the Olympics would fail in a way that could weaken Putin’s hold on the country. But in a blog post, Akunin wished the Olympics success because “I’m not ready to live by the principle that what’s bad for Putin is good for us.” Then on Feb. 23, the Sochi Games will end and the Olympic flag will be handed over to Pyeongchang, South Korea, for the 2018 edition. The world’s

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach walk along the promenade on the Black Sea near the Olympic Park at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Saturday, Feb. 15, in Sochi, Russia.

attention will drift away from There, presumably, will be Sochi and Putin will return to times when Putin feels the need the Kremlin and the rough busi- to show his muscles in public ness of Russian politics. once again.

A rrest of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez sought BY JOSHUA GOODMAN Associated Press

CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Saturday that a police manhunt was underway for Leopoldo Lopez, the hard-line opposition leader behind antigovernment demonstrations that ended with three deaths. Lopez “ordered all these violent kids, which he trained, to destroy the prosecutor’s office and half of Caracas and then goes into hiding,” the socialist president told thousands of supporters at a rally in Caracas to denounce what he called a U.S.-backed, “fascist” plot to

oust him from power. “Turn yourself in coward.” The president said security forces acting on a Feb. 12 arrest order are now looking for Lopez, who hasn’t been seen since a Wednesday night press conference in which he vowed that anti-government street protests would continue. Maduro didn’t mention Lopez by name, referring to him only by a frequently-used disparaging nickname, the throne, to denote what he considers the Harvard-trained politician’s haughty political ambitions. Still, his comments seemed to confirm a report Thursday by local newspaper El Universal,

which published what it said was a leaked copy of an arrest order for Lopez on charges ranging from vandalism of public property to terrorism. While Cabinet officials and Maduro have blasted Lopez all week as the mastermind of Wednesday’s student-led protests that ended in clashes with police and pro-government militias, no official had until now confirmed authorities were looking to arrest him. Aides to Lopez denied he’s ducking arrest and say he remains in the country. His lawyers, who’ve been unable to gain access to the alleged arrest order, have urged him to refrain

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Kerry in Indonesia to talk climate change By MATTHEW LEE AP Diplomatic Writer

JAKARTA, Indonesia — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Indonesia to discuss climate change and press authorities in Jakarta and throughout Asia to step up efforts to combat it. Kerry is to deliver a speech on the matter here on Sunday, a day after winning an agreement with China to cooperate

more closely in reducing the effects of climate change. U.S. officials are hoping that other nations, particularly those in the developing world, will follow suit. In his speech, Kerry will make the case that climate change is real and is “pushing the planet toward a tipping point of no return, threatening not just the environment, but the global economy and our way of life,” a senior State

Department official said. Kerry will also highlight ways in which Asian countries are particularly affected, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to preview the speech publicly. Kerry arrived in Indonesia on Saturday, shortly after the U.S. and China issued a joint statement saying they had agreed on steps to carry out commitments to curb green-

house gases that trap solar heat in the atmosphere. The steps include reducing vehicle emissions, improving energy efficiency of buildings and other measures. China and the United States are the biggest sources of emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases that cause the atmosphere to trap solar heat and alter the climate. Scientists warn such changes are already leading

Premier Berlusconi pledges ‘responsible’ opposition By COLLEEN BARRY Associated Press

MILAN — Three-time former Premier Silvio Berlusconi pledged Saturday that his Forza Italia party will be a “responsible opposition” to any new government headed by the Democratic Party leader Matteo Renzi, but expressed concern about what he called an “opaque” power grab. Berlusconi was among the political leaders who met over two days in Rome with Italy’s president, who is trying to determine if Renzi has enough support to form a new government after he sidelined outgoing Premier Enrico Letta, a rival Democrat. President Giorgio Napolitano is not expected to indicate if he will tap Renzi as Italy’s next premier before Sunday. As expected, Berlusconi said his party would remain in the opposition, adding: “Ours will be responsible opposition, as it has always been.” Berlusconi’s popularity among center-right voters has ensured his influence on the political scene, despite a ban on holding political office resulting

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‘He has united the Democratic Party leadership, but not public opinion, which needs to better understand what happened.’ — Stefano Folli from his tax fraud conviction. As a sign of the awkwardness of his meeting with Napolitano, a small group of anti-Berlusconi protesters gathered outside the president’s office. Berlusconi’s support on key legislation, including a longoverdue election law, is likely to be critical to the credibility of any new government, especially since it remains unclear how large of a majority a new coalition will command in Parliament. The leader of one key party — the New Center Right, which supported the Letta government — said it was reserving its final position to see which way the new Renzi government would lean. Berlusconi also expressed “worry and surprise for this opaque crisis” — a concern shared by other political leaders and commentators.

Stefano Folli, a political commentator for Il Sole 24 Ore, wrote Saturday that Renzi’s methods have created some uncertainty about him. “He has united the Democratic Party leadership, but not public opinion, which needs to better understand what happened,” Folli wrote. Renzi, 39, accelerated his path to the premier’s post this week by engineering Letta’s

resignation through internal party politics, despite having said in the past that he wanted to become premier through a popular election, not backroom deals. On Saturday, Renzi remained in Florence, where he is mayor. Members of his party who met with Napolitano said he wants to govern through 2018, the end of the parliamentary session. A Renzi government would need to pass confidence votes in Parliament to take office. The anti-establishment 5 Star Movement and the xenophobic Northern League boycotted this weekend’s talks to protest the irregular transition of power that bypassed a vote of confidence in Parliament and what they see as a foregone conclusion to the talks.

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to drought, wildfires, rising sea levels, melting polar ice, animal extinctions and other extreme conditions. The two governments will “contribute significantly to successful 2015 global efforts to meet this challenge,” the statement said. It cited the “overwhelming scientific consensus on climate change and its worsening impacts, and the related issue of air pollution from burning

fossil fuels,” and said the two countries recognize the urgent need for action. Beijing and Washington launched the U.S.-China Climate Change Working Group last year. They promised progress in five areas — reducing vehicle emissions, advanced electric power grids, capturing and storing carbon emissions, gathering greenhouse gas data and building efficiency.

Delegation to Olympic closing ceremony named WASHINGTON (AP) — Tennis star Billie Jean King, who couldn’t attend the opening of the Sochi Olympics because of her mother’s illness, will be a member of President Barack Obama’s official delegation to the games’ closing ceremony. The White House says the group will also include the American Olympic gold medalist speed skaters Bonnie Blair and Eric Heiden. The delegation will atAP Photo/Darron Cummings, File tend athletic competitions, meet U.S. athletes and at- This Sept. 5, 2013, file photo, tend the closing ceremony. Billie Jean King reflects about The White House said Fri- her match against Bobby day the delegation will be Riggs in 1973. headed by Deputy Secretary of State William Burns and will also include Michael McFaul, the U.S. ambassador to Russia.


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The following charges were recently dismissed in District Court in Kenai: n A jury found Shadow Spirit Byron, 22, of Wasilla, not guilty of fourth-degree assault. Date of the charge was Oct. 3. n A charge of driving in violation of license limitation against David T. Nelson, 46, of Homer, was dismissed. Date of the charge was Jan. 19. n A charge of driving while license cancelled, suspended, revoked or limited against David T. Nelson, 46, of Homer, was dismissed. Date of the charge was Jan. 11. n Charges of one count of violating conditions of release and one count of no motor vehicle liability insurance against Shawn C. Seaman, 29, of Anchorage, were dismissed. Date of the charges was Aug. 7. The following judgments were recently handed down in Superior Court in Kenai: n Aaron James Duvall, 25, address unknown, pleaded guilty to one count of firstdegree burglary, one count of first-degree vehicle theft and one count of second-degree theft, committed June 6. He was sentenced to 36 months in prison with 24 months suspended on the count of firstdegree burglary, 14 months with 12 months suspended on the count of first degree vehicle theft and 14 months with 12 month suspended on the count of second-degree theft, fined $6,000 with $5,000 suspended on each count, a $100 court surcharge on each count and a $200 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, ordered to pay restitution, forfeited all items seized, ordered, among other conditions of probation, not to consume alcohol to excess, not to use or possess any

Court reports y illegal controlled substances, including marijuana, “spice,� and other synthetic drugs, to have no contact with victim, to be employed, actively seeking employment or actively engaged in school or vocational training while on probation, to submit to search directed by a probation officer, with or without probable cause, for the presence of stolen property, to complete a substance abuse evaluation and comply with treatment recommendations, to have no contact with co-defendants and placed on probation for five years after serving any term of incarceration imposed. All other charges in this case were dismissed. n Kara M. Kellerby, 29, of Soldotna, pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree assault and one misdemeanor count of driving under the influence, committed Oct. 6. On the count of third-degree assault, she was sentenced to 24 months in prison with 20 months suspended, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $200 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, ordered to pay restitution, ordered, among other conditions of probation, not to use or possess any alcoholic beverages or illegal controlled substances, including marijuana or synthetic drugs, not to reside where alcoholic beverages are present, not to enter any business establishment whose primary business is the sale of alcohol, to complete a substance abuse evaluation and comply with treatment recommendations, not to telephone, correspond with or visit any person confined in a prison, correctional institution, jail, halfway house, work release center, community residential center, juvenile correctional center, etc., without prior ap-

proval of probation officer and was placed on probation for three years after serving any term of incarceration imposed. On the count of driving under the influence, she was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 160 days suspended, fined $6,000 with $3,000 suspended, a $75 court surcharge and $300 cost of imprisonment, ordered to complete Alcohol Safety Action Program treatment, had her license revoked for 90 days, ordered ignition interlock for six months and placed on probation for three years. All other charges in this case were dismissed. n In a corrected judgment, Wendell Peter Ross, Jr., 33, address unknown, pleaded guilty to second-degree theft, committed April 23, 2011. He was sentenced to 24 months in prison with all but time served suspended, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $200 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, ordered to pay restitution, forfeited all items seized, ordered, among other conditions of probation, not to consume alcohol to excess not to use or possess any illegal controlled substances, including synthetic drugs and marijuana, not to possess, apply for or obtain a medical marijuana card or act as a caregiver while under supervision, to be employed, actively seeking employment or actively engages in school or vocational training while on probation, to have no contact with victim and was placed on probation for 18 months after serving any term of incarceration imposed. All other charges in this case were dismissed. n Johnny Sisneros, 27, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to one count of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and one misdemeanor count of third-degree theft, committed Aug. 21. On the

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count of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, he was sentenced to 24 months in prison with 21 months suspended, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $200 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, forfeited all items seized, ordered, among other conditions of probation, not to consume alcohol to excess, not to use or possess any illegal controlled substances, including synthetic drugs, spice, bath salts and marijuana, not to reside where illegal controlled substances are present, not to possess, apply for or obtain a medical marijuana card or act as a caregiver while under supervision, to complete a substance abuse evaluation and comply with treatment recommendations, and placed on probation for four years after serving any term of incarceration imposed. On the count of third-degree theft, he was sentenced to 15 days in jail, ordered to pay restitution and fined a $50 court surcharge. All other charges in this case were dismissed. n Kelly J. Strauch, 54, of Nikiski, pleaded guilty to felony driving under the influence, committed Nov. 22, 2012. He was sentenced to 24 months in prison with 20 months suspended, fined $10,000, a $100 court surcharge and a $200 jail surcharge with $100 suspend-

ed, had his license revoked for life, ordered, among other conditions of probation, not to use or possess any alcoholic beverages or illegal controlled substances, including marijuana or synthetic drugs, not to reside where alcoholic beverages are present, not to enter any business establishment whose primary business is the sale of alcohol, not to possess, apply for or obtain a medical marijuana card or act as a caregiver while under supervision, to complete a substance abuse evaluation and comply with treatment recommendations and was placed on probation for three years after serving any term of incarceration imposed. All other charges in this case were dismissed. n Clarence D. Taylor, 46, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor, committed between Aug. 11, 2006 and July 20, 2009. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison with 15 years suspended, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $200 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, ordered to pay restitution, forfeited items seized, except the computers, ordered, among other conditions of probation, to have no contact with victim in this case, to submit to search directed by a probation officer, with or without probable

cause, of his person, personal property, personal computerized equipment including cellular phones and mobile electronic devices, residence and any vehicle he is in for the presence of minor children, to successfully complete a sex offender treatment program, to register as a sex offender and maintain registration as required by law, not to accept employment or engage in any volunteer community activity that involves unsupervised contact with minors under the age of 18, not to knowingly have any in-person contact with a person under 18 years of age unless in the immediate presence of another adult who knows the circumstances of his crime and with written approval from the probation officer for the contact to occur in the presence of the specified adult, not to reside where a person under 18 years of age is residing or staying without the prior written approval of the probation officer and treatment provider, not to frequent public places where children gather, such as playgrounds, schools and swimming pools without the express written permission of the probation officer and was placed on probation for 15 years after serving any term of incarceration imposed. All other charges in this case were dismissed.

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AccuWeather 5-day forecast for Kenai-Soldotna

Barrow -21/-27

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Kenai/ Soldotna 23/7 Seward 27/18 Homer 23/11

Precipitation

From the Peninsula Clarion in Kenai

24 hours through 4 p.m. yest. Trace Month to date ........................... 0.01" Normal month to date ............. 0.48" Year to date .............................. 2.29" Normal year to date .................. 1.44" Record today ................. 0.42" (1967) Record for Feb. ............. 2.80" (1955) Record for year ............ 27.09" (1963) Snowfall 24 hours through 4 p.m. yest. .. 0.0" Month to date ............................. 0.3" Season to date ......................... 39.7"

Anchorage 21/16

Bethel -6/-24

Valdez Kenai/ 25/19 Soldotna Homer

Dillingham 0/-13

Juneau 32/24

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Kodiak 20/11

Sitka 36/29

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90 at Elsinore, Calif. -23 at Land O'Lakes,

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Cold Bay 24/13

Ketchikan 38/29

46 at Petersburg and Metlakatla -43 at Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay

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Light snow will spread through southern New York and southward along the Appalachians today. A cold wind will buffet New England. Rain will soak the coasts of Washington and Oregon with interior showers.

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Talkeetna 20/0 Glennallen 17/-16

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Stars take 6th at state hockey tournament By JOEY KLECKA Peninsula Clarion

A 5-0 loss to the Dimond Lynx on Saturday at the Curtis Menard Sports Complex ended the season and two coaching careers of the Soldotna Stars hockey team. The Lynx officially claimed fourth place in the Alaska Schools Activities Association state hockey tournament, while the Stars finished sixth. For head coach Aaron Swanson, Saturday’s fourth-place consolation tilt represented his final time manning the helm of the SoHi pucks squad, along with assistant coach Pat Nolden. Swanson said nothing felt different. “When it’s game time, it’s game time,” he said. “It’s a matter of pure focus from the beginning to the end. Before the game, it was happy and relaxed, and the kids knew this was the end of the line regardless of the outcome. But once warmups started, it

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was all business.” For Soldotna seniors Cody Harvey, Nick Wrobel, Jacob O’Lena and Hunter Lott, their high school careers ended along with the two coaches. “We thought this was a year that was going to be a rebuilding year, especially with only four seniors,” Swanson said. “We weren’t counting on a lot of that senior leadership, so to speak, so we knew going in that it was a younger team and building year.” Saturday’s matchup ended up being a lopsided battle, as the Lynx outshot the Stars 36-11 overall. Dimond coach Dennis Sorenson said his squad was still smarting from Thursday’s 4-3 upset suffered at the hands of Wasilla. Dimond held an 18-3 season record entering the state tournament and were favored to win it all, but after dropping out early, the Lynx continued on to thrash West Valley 10-2 Friday, which left them with Saturday’s matchup with SoHi.

SoHi hockey wins another close 1 By JOEY KLECKA Peninsula Clarion

The whistle sounded to end Friday’s state consolation semifinal between Soldotna and Lathrop, and instead of regrouping for an overtime period, as they have for three straight games, the Stars got to walk off the ice with the win already clinched. Soldotna rallied from an early deficit to beat Lathrop 2-1 at the Curtis Menard Sports Complex in “I think our senior leadership took over the game with West Valley,” Sorenson said. “They’re a young team, and I think because of West Valley’s immaturity as far as being young, they

F rom the Web F riday Wasilla, extending its season one more day to Saturday’s fourth-place game against Dimond. Nick Wrobel scored the gamewinner with just over six minutes remaining in the third period, getting the puck in front of the Mala-

mutes net and popping it in for the go-ahead goal. “Yeah, we expected to go to overtime there,” Soldotna coach Aaron Swanson said with a laugh. “The final buzzer sounded and we didn’t know what to do.” After letting in a goal before three minutes were up in the first period, SoHi goalie Cody Harvey stayed perfect the rest of the way, stopping 17 of 18 shots total. Harvey nearly See PUCK, page B-4

didn’t recover as well as we did, and saves. SoHi goalie Cody Harvey faced so it was a matter of our seniors taking a lot of pressure all game long, saving over that game, and now this one.” 31 of 36 shots. Dimond goalie Ashton Good reEarlier in the season, Dimond esSee STATE, page B-4 corded the shutout in goal with 11

Skyview’s Mika Morton steps inside Lauren Tso-Wu of Grace Christian on Friday during the girls five-kilometer freestyle at Tsalteshi Trails.

Fox, SoHi girls triumph Low-snow conditions can’t keep Stars from glory By JEFF HELMINIAK Peninsula Clarion

Sadie Fox and the Soldotna girls team managed to stay on track even without classic tracks Friday and Saturday at the Region III Nordic Ski Championships at Tsalteshi Trails. Fox, a junior, won her first skimeister award, while the team title for the SoHi girls means the Stars have won on Photos by Jeff Helminiak the girls or boys side going Under the watchful eye of a moose, Kenai’s Beverly Schindler whizzes around a turn Friday back to at least 2000, according during the girls five-kilometer freestyle at the Region III Nordic Ski Championships at Tsalteshi to coach Dan Harbison. Trails. After a few more skiers flew past, the moose wandered away from the trail. On the boys side, Daniel

Kodiak girls notch sweep of Soldotna Staff report

The Kodiak girls basketball team swept Soldotna in a battle of Northern Lights Conference heavyweights Friday and Saturday in Kodiak. Both teams came into the contests undefeated in the conference. Kodiak moved to 6-0 in the NLC and 18-0 overall, while the Stars took their third loss overall. Friday, the Stars went without a field goal for nearly 16 minutes in a 52-31 loss. The field-goal drought started in the first quarter and ended in the third quarter. During that time, Kodiak turned a three-point lead into a 31-15 advantage. Katelynn Kerkvliet led the Stars with 14 points, while Jerica Nelson and Hannah Wandersee each had 15 for Kodiak. Saturday, Kodiak was again in control, leading 18-6 after one period and 32-14 at halftime. Wandersee had 15 points, while Nelson had 11. For the Stars, Kelci Benson and Kerkvliet each had 10. Nikiski girls 48, Houston 38 The fast-starting Bulldogs notched a Southcentral Conference victory in Houston on Saturday. Nikiski led 13-3 after one

quarter and 29-13 at halftime. Rachel Thompson had 18 points for the Bulldogs, while Alyssa Darch pulled down 11 rebounds. Houston boys 60, Bulldogs 48 The host Hawks pulled away in the second half for a Southcentral Conference victory. Houston led 23-22 at halftime, but outscored Nikiski 1610 in the third and 21-16 in the fourth quarter. Seth Carstens paced Nikiski with 15 points. Kenai vs. Sitka The Kenai girls won Friday and lost Saturday to Sitka in Sitka. No scores were reported. The Kenai boys lost to Sitka on Friday 81-53. The Kenai boys also lost Saturday, but no score was reported. Thursday, the Kenai girls lost to Mt. Edgecumbe 36-26, while the boys lost to the Braves 6549. Valdez Elks Tournament The Seward boys defeated Skyview 42-38 on Saturday for fourth place in the 37th annual Valdez Elks Basketball Tournament. Friday, Skyview and Seward both won to advance to the

fourth-place game. Skyview topped Cordova 52-41, with Jacob Carlson scoring 17, Tim Duke getting 14 and Micah Hilbish netting 13. The Seward boys topped Kotzebue 52-29. The Skyview girls lost in the third-place game Saturday to Valdez 62-49. Also Friday, the Skyview girls lost to Hutchison 36-31 in the semifinals. Seward reached the finals with a 46-40 victory over Valdez on Friday. A score of the championship against Hutchison was not available as the Clarion went to press. Tok Tournament

Also Saturday, Ninilchik rolled past Tri-Valley 55-25. Rogers had 24 points, while Jordan Finney had 11. Friday, the Ninilchik girls lost to Tok 29-28. Ninilchik led 12-7 after one quarter and 1412 at the half, and it was close from then on. Katrice Thomas had nine points for Tok, while Rogers had 16 for Ninilchik. Saturday, the Ninilchik boys topped Huslia 58-32. Austin White had 25 points, while Tyler Thorne pitched in 11. Also Saturday, the Ninilchik boys defeated Tok 44-21. Tyler Presley had 20, while Austin White had 15. Also, Robert Delgado had seven, while Tyler Thorne had two. Friday, the Ninilchik boys lost to Minto 59-51. The game was 41-39 in favor of Minto heading into the final quarter, and the Lakers were able to pull away. Minto had balanced scoring, with Deven Woods getting 17, Tristan Titus getting 16, Christian Baker getting 11 and Lethearen Jimmie getting 10. For Ninilchik, White had 21 and Presley added 16.

The Ninilchik girls finished 3-1 at the Tok tourney Thursday through Saturday, while the Ninilchik boys were 2-2. There were no places given at the tournament. It was more of a chance for teams to get games. Saturday, the Ninilchik girls edged Effie Kokrine 36-34. Ninilchik led 11-7 after one quarter, but trailed 18-17 at halftime. The Wolverines then went up 29-26 after three quarters. CIA girls 57, Seldovia 17 Jessica Rogers had 23 points, while Melissa Ehlers The host Eagles notched a had six, Alanna Goins had five Peninsula Conference victory and Krista Sinclair and Melissa Friday. See HOOPS, page B-3 Clark had one apiece. C

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Serventi of Grace repeated as skimeister, while Colony won the team title. Due to periods of rain and balmy weather, central Kenai Peninsula skiers battled with low-snow conditions continuously this season. While there was usually enough snow cover to ski, it was impossible to set classic tracks. The teams from the northern part of the region were able to get more practice time in classic tracks, and it showed in the results. In Friday’s five-kilometer freestyle girls race, SoHi

won by over two minutes. In Saturday’s five-kilometer classic, SoHi was third but was able to use Friday’s cushion to keep the overall title. “The biggest issue we’ve had is we haven’t been able to set tracks,” Harbison said. “That makes it really hard to work on technique because when you put the ski forward, there’s always uncertainty as to what is going to happen.” Fox made sure there was no uncertainty as to the identity of the region’s best skier. She won See SKI, page B-4

Soldotna boys split with Bears By JEFF HELMINIAK Peninsula Clarion

It’s asking a lot to contain Kodiak sophomore point guard Alec Canete-Hall for four quarters. Friday in Northern Lights Conference play at Soldotna, asking to contain CaneteHall for more than four quarters proved too much. Kodiak notched a 55-51 victory over Soldotna, with Canete-Hall scoring eight of his squad’s 10 points in the extra frame, and assisting on the other bucket. “He’s got a great IQ, he’s a great competitor and he can lead,” Soldotna coach Matt Johnson said of Canete-Hall. “He’s a nice ballplayer.” The Stars were able to come back Saturday at limit Canete-Hall to nine points in a 59-49 NLC victory Saturday. Daniel McElroy led SoHi with 20 points, while Nathan Spence added 16. For Kodiak, Austin Frick had 14, Ryan Bezona had 12 and Jemeul Mangalus had 10.

Soldotna won the Joe Floyd tournament in Kodiak in early January with a 52-38 victory over the Bears, but Johnson knew the Stars were in for quite the defensive test Friday and Saturday. Canete-Hall, who finished with 19 points, controls the ball and uses screens to get in dangerous areas on the floor. Plus, he has a feathery jumper. Johnson also said Frick, who got all of his 15 points on 3-pointers Friday, shoots the ball as well as anyone in the state. “I’m happy with the effort we gave all night defensively,” Johnson said. “I’ll sleep fine tonight.” The Stars led 12-11 after one quarter as big man McElroy had six of his 18 points in the first eight minutes. Frick had nine points in the opening frame, including a 3 at the buzzer. In the second quarter, the Stars defense was able to force Kodiak into a lot of perimeter passing. The Bears went 2 of 10 See BOYS, page B-3


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. . . Boys from the floor in the period, and SoHi closed the half on a 9-2 run for a 23-18 advantage at the break. Canete-Hall and the Kodiak defense came out more aggressively in the second half. A jumper by Canete-Hall tied the game at 25 with 6:00 left in the quarter.

When Johnson called timeout at the 3:10 mark, SoHi trailed 28-27 and had started the quarter 1 of 7 from the floor. Johnson’s solution to the problem became apparent when the Stars got the ball down to McElroy right out of the timeout for a bucket. But McElroy had six points in the second half after scoring 12 in the first half. “We probably should have lived down there a little more,” Johnson said.

An 8-1 spurt capped by a 3-pointer from Frick gave the Bears a 37-30 lead with 6:56 left in the game. But a 9-2 surge capped by a free throw by McElroy with 4:10 left put the Stars up 41-40. Austin Kruse had five of his 14 points during the run. From there, it would stay a one-possession game until SoHi came out of a timeout with the score knotted at 45 and ran off the final 57 seconds before Max Conradi missed a jumper and

Spence missed the follow as the tle gassed,” he said. horn sounded. Friday “We had a chance, then we Bears 55, Stars 51, OT had a great chance on the put- Kodiak 11 7 16 11 10 —55 back, but they didn’t go,” John- Soldotna 12 11 7 15 6 —51 son said. “That’s basketball.” KODIAK (55) — Mangalus 2 0-2 5, Frick 5 Johnson said his team ex- 0-0 15, Alcaide 0 0-0 0, Bezona 2 1-2 5, A. 6 6-7 19, T. Canete-Hall 3 0-1 pended a lot of energy to get to Canete-Hall 6, Garcia 2 1-1 5. Totals — 20 8-13 55. extra time, crediting the on-ball SOLDOTNA (51) — Calloway 0 0-0 0, 2 0-0 4, Conradi 2 4-4 8, Furlong defense of Colton Young and Young 0 0-0 0, Spence 3 0-2 7, Kruse 5 2-2 14, Conradi, and the rebounding of Fowler 0 0-0 0, McElroy 8 2-5 18. Totals — 20 8-13 51. Spence. goals — Kodiak 7 (Frick 5, Man“Our guys did a great job on 3-point galus, A. Canete-Hall); Soldotna 3 (Kruse defense just to get to overtime, 2, Spence). Team fouls — Kodiak 11, Solbut then I think they were a lit- dotna 13. Fouled out — none.

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Timmy Smithwick led the way with 29 points.

NINILCHIK (28) — Rogers 6 4-6 16, Sinclair 0 0-0 0, Goins 1 0-0 3, Ehlers 0 0-0 0, Finney 3 1-2 7, Me. Clark 1 0-0 2. Totals — 11 5-8 28. TOK (29) — Thurreau 3 0-0 8, Alsup 0 3-3 3, Thomas 3 0-1 9, James 0 2-3 2, Young 3 0-0 6, Sanford 0 1-2 1. Totals — 9 6-9 29. 3-point goals — Ninilchik 1 (Goins); Tok 3 (Thurreau 2, Thomas). Team fouls — Ninilchik 11, Tok 14. Fouled out — Alsup.

4 0-0 8, Barlow 1 0-0 3, Leaf 2 4-6 8, J. Solie 0 0-0 0, T. Smithwick 12 2-2 29, Lyons 0 0-0 0, R. Solie 1 0-0 3. Totals — 21 6-8 53. 3-point goals — CIA 5 (T. Smithwick 3, Barlow, R. Solie). Team fouls — Seldovia 7, CIA 15. Fouled out — none.

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Richele McGahan led eight CIA players in the scoring column with 14, while Nicole Moffis had 12 and Kendra Brush had 11. Jenna Crosby had nine points for the Sea Otters.

The visiting Sea Otters received 14 points from Calem Collier and 12 from Souleymane Sidibe in notching a nonconference victory Saturday. The Homer girls JV was able to defeat the Seldovia girls.

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The Sea Otters pulled off a huge comeback to pull off a huge upset Friday at Cook Inlet Academy in Peninsula Conference action. Cook Inlet led 27-8 after the first quarter, but the lead was cut to 35-22 at halftime and 45-39 after three quarters. Seldovia then went on a 17-8 finishing kick. Aidan Philpot had 24 points for the Sea Otters, while Seth O’Leary added 16. For CIA,

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SELDOVIA (17) — Chissus 0 0-0 0, Omar 0 0-0 0, Mitchel 0 0-0 0, Swick 1 0-0 2, Turner 3 0-0 6, Crosby 4 0-0 9. Totals — 8 0-0 17. COOK INLET ACADEMY (57) — Hanna 1 0-0 2, Moffis 6 0-0 12, Taplin 0 0-0 0, Hills 2 0-0 4, Brush 5 0-0 11, Lyons 2 0-0 4, Hammond 1 2-2 4, McGahan 7 0-1 14, Orth 3 0-3 6. Totals — 27 2-6 57. 3-point goals — Seldovia 1 (Crosby); CIA 1 (Brush 1). Team fouls — Seldovia 9, CIA 7. Fouled out — none. Tok 29, Ninilchik 28 Ninilchik Tok

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Soldotna (35) — Benson 4 0-1 10, Litchfield 2 1-2 5, M. Wong 1 0-0 2, L. Wong 0 0-0 0, Hendricks 1 0-0 2, Kerkvliet 4 2-4 10, Miller 2 2-4 6. Totals: 14 5-11 35. Kodiak (45) — Horn 2 0-0 5, Nelson 5 0-2 11, Cannon 3 0-0 6, Hiner 0 0-0 0, Pyles 2 4-6 8, Wandersee 5 5-5 15, Hughes 0 0-0 0. Totals: 17 9-15 45. 3-point field goals: Soldotna 2 (Benson 2); Kodiak 2 (Horn 1, Nelson 1). Team fouls: Soldotna 13, Kodiak 12.

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NIKISKI (48) — Riddall 0 2-2 2, Cook 4 0-2 8, Costello 1 0-0 2, Litke 1 2-3 4, Lynch 2 2-3 6, Thompson 5 8-16 18, Litzen 0 1-2 1, Darch 3 1-3 7. Totals — 16 16-31 48. HOUSTON (38) — Malidore 1 0-0 2, Ruth 1 0-0 2, Nida 1 0-0 3, Wells 2 5-7 9, Apangalook 3 2-3 8, Barber 2 0-0 4, Quincy 1 8-10 10, May Thomas 0 0-0 0, Holmgren 0 0-0 0. Totals — 11 15-20 38. 3-point goals — Houston 1 (Nida). Team fouls — Nikiski 20, Houston 24. Fouled out — Darch, Barber. Wolverines 55, Viking Warriors 25 Tri-Valley Ninilchik

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KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — With Norway losing for the first time since 2009, the women’s 4x5-kilometer cross-country relay at the Sochi Olympics got an upset result. It was not the surprise the American team was hoping for. Chasing its first Olympic medal in the sport, the United States believed Saturday’s relay could be the race to do it. Hopes faded quickly, though, as Anchorage’s Kikkan Randall finished the opening classic-style leg of the race in 12th place, 39.7 seconds off the lead. Sadie Bjornsen, Elizabeth Stephen and Jessica Diggins gained back some ground but the U.S. finally placed ninth, 2½ minutes behind champion Sweden, which landed the Olympic title for the first time in 46 years. “It’s tough to feel that (our hope) was already slipping away on the first leg,” Randall said. “It’s just a real bummer when it’s the first leg and you

got three teammates waiting for you really long to put us in a better position.” Randall had boosted expectations for a first U.S. medal by winning two World Cup races last month. Having started as a favorite, she also failed to medal in Tuesday’s individual freestyle sprint. “It’s not what I wanted to do today,” said Randall, who was the first starter for her team, having to use the classical style though she prefers freestyle. “Overall we are a better team of skaters but you have to put some people on the classic leg,” she said. “I can put together some good performances there. Usually it goes a whole lot better.” Randall got off to a good start but lost pace in her second 2.5-kilometer lap. “I couldn’t keep my tempo up,” she said, adding she was puzzled about the reasons. “I tried to get it back but I couldn’t find that gear again. Kind of similar to the other day. I am not sure why. Every-

thing seemed to be going well coming in. I have some work to do to figure out what’s going on.” It wasn’t the warmth or the condition of the snow at the Laura cross-country venue that put the Americans off. Despite the persistent mild weather, the track was in better condition than for earlier races. Course workers put salt in the course, which stabilized the snow. “The conditions were really good today,” Randall said. “The track stayed really firm, and my skis were incredible, actually. I had great kick and was I gliding up on people. That was all set.” Maybe it was all coming down to being too nervous, Diggins said. “There was a lot of pressure, expectations, high hopes coming in today,” Diggins said. “And I was really nervous. But I stuck to the plan.” Though ninth was a long way off the spot the Americans were hoping for, the result wasn’t as bad as it might

appear at first sight, said Bjornsen, who was in seventh when she finished her team’s second leg. “We are at the highest level right now, we are at the Olympic Games, and everyone is at their top shape,” Bjornsen said. “Just a small fraction off is where we are today. I think we are completely capable of winning medals.” Despite the result, Stephen said she was proud of her teammates. “I can’t believe how lucky I am to be in such a strong women’s team,” Stephen said.

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“It might never be as amazing in the next 10 years as it is right now so I am enjoying every second.” It wasn’t the team’s best day, though it was all smiles at the end following a mishap in the final lap. Diggins led Italy’s Ilaria Debertolis and seemed to help her team settle for eighth. However, when approaching the finish stretch, Diggins went into the wrong lane, had to go back and was passed by Debertolis. “It was an exciting fight with Italy,” Diggins said. “I

was able to make sure that on the last hill I dropped them and then I was basically very close to blacking out and took the wrong lane. And that was obviously really dumb but I’ll laugh about it later.” Bjornsen agreed, adding “you just have to laugh it off sometimes. If she had been fighting for a medal, maybe we would have been a little more disappointed.” The next attempt to get the nation’s first cross-country medal takes place Wednesday in the women’s classical style team sprint.


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Kenai’s Liam Floyd leads Soldotna’s Levi Michael and Homer’s Josh Vantrease up a steep hill shortly into the boys fivekilometer freestyle Friday at the Region III Nordic Ski Championships at Tsalteshi Trails.

caped with a 1-0 win over Soldotna, so Sorenson knew the Stars had the ability to keep it close. “Ashton’s played well for us all year, and he just had a tough third period against Wasilla (on Thursday),” Sorenson said. “He took it hard, and he felt as a senior and a leader, we had to come back. I think he played well today.” Dimond is loaded with 14 seniors this year, and the fire to finish the year strong, albeit with a fourth-place finish, kept Soldotna’s front lines back for much of the game. Soldotna managed Dimond’s high-powered offense early, as Harvey face 13 shots while his teammates put only three shots on Good, but the Lynx eventually found a way past Harvey with a short-handed goal only 33 seconds before the end of the first period. Josh Larson took an assist from the right wing from Brandon Sakumoto and scored. “For us, we feel like we can play with any team in the state,” Swanson said. “We just need to have the perfect game to beat some of the big-dog teams, our guys did a nice job of battling to the end.” Dimond’s Chance Peters knocked in a slick assist from behind the net from Greg Pfeifer for Dimond’s second goal midway through the second period, but heading into the third,

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Soldotna’s Sadie Fox cruises to victory in the girls five-kilometer freestyle Friday at the Region III Nordic Ski Championships at Tsalteshi Trails.

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Friday’s interval start by over a minute, then took an early lead and held it in Saturday’s mass start. There were no classic track set on the course Saturday, either. “It was hard to keep my skis together,” Fox said. “They were going all over the place on uphills.” But with the lead she had, it didn’t matter. “My teammates told me to go out fast, in case something happened, like a pole breaking,” she said. “I sprinted at the start and was able to hold that gap.” SoHi’s Hannah Pothast was second in the overall, while Olivia Hutchings, Dani McCormick, Emily Werner, Molly Erickson and Xochi Harbison provided the depth needed for the title. “It’s something we’ve been working toward all season,” Harbison said. “There were many warm days where it took effort to do something on snow, but they had the discipline to do that and it paid off.” The Peninsula put a total of five girls in the top 10 of the overall, with Skyview’s Mika Morton taking fourth, Kenai’s Alex Bergholtz taking eighth and Homer’s Aspen Daigle taking 10th. Kenai’s Kirsten Nyquist was able to pull of a 10th-place finish in Friday’s freestyle. “She’s starting to think about race strategy,” Skyview coach Kent Peterson said of Morton. “That’s important because it’s not just about technique. She also has great technique.” On the boys side, Serventi credited his relationship with God with the victory. “The races yesterday and today were both a very good gift from God,” he said. Serventi said he hadn’t raced against the region this year due to cancellations and other racing commitments, but he took control of the proceedings from the outset, when he hammered up the vaunted “Kill Bill” hill shortly

into Friday’s five-kilometer freestyle race. At 12 minutes, 56 seconds, he was the only racer to ski five kilometers in under 13 minutes. He tried to be similarly aggressive in Saturday’s 7.5-kilometer classic, but when he tried to drop the field by pushing over the top of the massive hill on the Bear Loop, the pack hung on. The field strung out a little over the last kilometer, and Serventi won by clipping Colony’s Tracen Knopp by three seconds. Kenai’s Travis Cooper was second heading into Saturday’s race, but he broke his pole on a climb at the start of the race. He got to the top and was given another pole, but ended up seventh in the classical race and seventh overall. “Travis had a great race (Friday),” Kenai coach Brad Nyquist said. “It’s unfortunate what happened today. That shows the kind of skier he is and how much heart he has. He persevered and did as well as possible.” The Kardinals, the top team from the Peninsula, had some designs on the team title heading into the race, but finished fourth behind Colony, Grace and Palmer. Due to so many meet cancellations, Nyquist said he did not know how strong those teams from the north were heading into the meet. SoHi’s Levi Michael was the top Peninsula skier at fifth, while Homer’s Brian Rowe was ninth. Peterson said it was also great to see Brenner Musgrave finish 10th in Friday’s race. Peterson was named the boys coach of the year, while Grace’s Jay Rowe was the girls coach of the year. It is the third time Peterson got the honor in his 19-year prep coaching career, which will halt — for now — after this season. “It’s been a great finish to the season considering what we’ve been through this year with the conditions and the bus accident,” Peterson said. “The last few weeks everyone really focused on doing what it takes to do well in the races.” This is also the final region meet that Skyview will be a part of before closing its doors in the spring. The school and

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Homer’s Brian Rowe skis the final kilometer of the boys fivekilometer freestyle Friday at the Region III Nordic Ski Championships at Tsalteshi Trails.

Tsalteshi Trails are joined at the hip, because the construction and eventual opening of Skyview in 1990 spurred the idea to create the trails, which would go on to host multiple region ski events, state cross-country events and Arctic Winter Games events, as well as become a recreational hotspot for the area. “Soldotna was the host, but a lot of what happened had to happen here,” Peterson said. “It was a great last two days of region racing for Skyview.” Region III Nordic Ski Championships BOYS Team times: 1. Colony, 2 hours, 23 minutes, 32 seconds; 2. Grace, 2:24:13; 3. Palmer, 2:31:27; 4. Kenai, 2:32:16; 5. Soldotna, 2:33:23; 6. Skyview, 2:40:00; 7. Homer, 2:49:16; 8. Wasilla, 2:55:04. Overall two-day times 1. Daniel Serventi, Gra, 34:10; 2. Tracen Knopp, Col, 34:56; 3. Luke McLaughlin, Gra, 35:01; 4. Dawson Knopp, Col, 35:18; 5. Levi Michael, Sol, 35:20; 6. John Snelders, Pal, 35:21; 7. Travis Cooper, Ken, 35:25; 8. Brian Rowe, Hom, 36:19; 9. Lyon Kopsack, Pal, 36:32; 10. Trent Fritzel, Gar, 36:45. Other peninsula finishers — 12. Colton Diehl, Sol, 37:10; 14. James Butler, Ken, 38:11; 15. Brenner Musgrave, Sky, 38:17; 21. Olen Danielson, Ken, 39:04; 23. Sky Schlung, Sky, 39:14; 25. Tanner Bestr, Sol, 39:29; 26. Fox Michaud, Ken, 39:36; 30. Josh Vantrease, Hom, 39:57; 32. Nate Mole, Ken, 41:06; 34. Daniel Shuler, Sky, 41:20; 35. Jeremiah Hudson, Sky, 41:21; 36. Addison Downing, Sol, 41:24; 38. Logan Hemphill, Sky, 42:05; 39. Drew Kant, Sol, 42:27; 41. Liam Floyd, Ken, 42:37; 43. Aaron Swedberg, Sol, 43:01; 44. Sterling Stasak, Sky, 43:07; 45. Caleb Corr, Sol, 43:37; 46. Nick Zweifel, Sew, 43:50; 48. Tian-en Liu, Hom, 45:05; 51. Ryan Navrot, Hom, 17:14; 52. Hoxie Parks, Hom, 49:47; 53. Tadhg Scholz, Hom, 50:35. Top 10 from Saturday’s 7.5-kilometer mass start 1. Serventi, Gra, 21:13; 2. T. Knopp, Col, 21:16; 3. McLaughlin, Gra, 21:24; 4. Snelders, Pal, 21:29; 5. D. Knopp, Col, 21:31; 6. Michael, Sol, 21:34; 7. Cooper, Ken, 21:55; 8. Rowe, Hom, 22:11; 9. Kopsack, Col, 22:11; 10. Schafer, Col, 22:12. Friday’s 5K freestyle results 1. Daniel Serventi, Gra, 12:56; 2. Travis Cooper, Ken, 13:29; 3. Luke McLaughlin, Gra, 13:36; 4. Tracen Knopp, Col, 13:39; 5. Levi Michael, Sol, 13:44; 6. Dawson Knopp, Col, 13:47; 7. John Snelders, Pal, 13:51; 8. Trent Fritzel, Gra, 14:05; 9. Brian Rowe, Hom, 14:08; 10. Brenner Musgrave, Sky, 14:16. Other peninsula finishers — 12. Colton Diehl, Sol, 14:21; 13. Fox Michaud, Ken, 14:27; 15. Olen Danielson, Ken, 14:36;

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17. Tanner Best, Sol, 14:40; 22. James Butler, Ken, 14:55; 24. Nate Mole, Ken, 15:01; 27. Josh Vantrease, Hom, 15:12; 28. Jeremiah Hudson, Sky, 15:14; 29. Sky Schlung, Sky, 15:15; 32. Liam Floyd, Ken, 15:24; 34. Logan Hemphill, Sky, 15:28; 37. Addison Downing, Sol, 15:39; 38. Daniel Shuler, Sky, 15:42; 40. Drew Kant, Sol, 15:48; 41. Aaron Swedberg, Sol, 15:53; 44. Caleb Corr, Sol, 16:17; 45. Nick Zweifel, Sew, 16:28; 46. Hoxie Parks, Hom, 16:30; 47. Sterling Stasak, Sky, 16:37; 48. Tian-en Liu, Hom, 16:44; 50. Ryan Navrot, Hom, 17:14; 51. Tadhg Scholz, Hom, 17:17. GIRLS 1. Soldotna, 1:06:20; 2. Grace, 1:08:43; 3. Colony, 1:08:02; 4. Palmer, 1:08:55; 5. Kenai, 1:08:59; 6. Homer, 1:11:00; 7. Skyview, 1:16:51. Overall two-day times 1. Sadie Fox, Sol, 33:24; 2. Hannah Pothast, Sol, 35:12; 3. Elle Arnold, Gra, 35:13; 4. Mika Morton, Sky, 35:16; 5. Greta Jenkins, Col, 35:18; 6. Kayla Rowe, Gar, 35:20; 7. Kiersten Johnson, Pal, 36:10; 8. Alex Bergholtz, Ken, 36:25; 9. Tatjana Spaic, Col, 36:27; 10. Aspen Daigle, Hom, 36:29. Other peninsula finishers — 15. Kirsten Nyquist, Ken, 37:59; 19. Cassidy Soistman, Hom, 38:39; 20. Olivia Hutchings, Sol, 38:39; 21. Katie Cooper, Ken, 38:49; 24. Rachel Ellert, Hom, 39:03; 26. Dani McCormick, Sol, 39:08; 27. Molly Erickson, Sol, 39:29; 28. Emily Werner, Sol, 39:38; 29. Mikaela Salzetti, Ken, 40:01; 34. Mieka Chythlook, Sky, 41:32; 36. Xochi Harbison, Sol, 42:30; 37. Maddie Michaud, Ken, 42:31; 38. Beverly Schindler, Ken, 42:43; 39. Isabel Beach, Hom, 44:52; 41. Mariah Vantrease, Hom, 45:00; 43. Claire Swanson, Hom, 45:19; 44. Brittany Hollers, Sky, 47:20; 45. Sage Link, Sky, 49:40. Top 10 from Saturday’s 5K classic mass start 1. Fox, Sol, 18:19; 2. Jenkins, Col, 18:40; 3. Rowe, Gra, 18:44; 4. Pothast, Sol, 18:54; 5. Morton, Sky, 18:54; 6. Arnold, Gra, 19:05; 7. Spaic, Col, 19:42; 8. Applegate, Gra, 19:52; 9. Johnson, Pal, 19:56; 10. Daigle, Hom, 19:57. Friday’s 5K freestyle results 1. Sadie Fox, Sol, 15:05; 2. Elle Arnold, Gra, 16:07; 3. Kiersten Johnson, Pal, 16:13; 4. Hannah Pothast, Sol, 16:17; 5. Mike Morton, Sky, 16:21; 6. Alex Bergholtz, Ken, 16:26; 7. Aspen Daigle, Hom, 16:31; 8. Kayla Rowe, Gra, 16:35; 9. Greta Jenkins, Col, 16:37; 10. Kirsten Nyquist, Ken, 16:38. Other peninsula finishers — 15. Rachel Ellert, Hom 17:19; 16. Dani McCormick, Sol, 17:25; 18. Olivia Hutchings, Sol, 17:31; 20. Cassidy Soistman Hom, 17:36; 22. Mikaela Salzetti, Ken, 17:41; 23. Emily Werner, Sol, 17:54; 26. Mieka Chythlook, Sky, 18:09; 27. Katie Cooper, Ken, 18:12; 29. Molly Erickson, Sol, 18:16; 31. Xochi Harbison, Sol, 18:29; 36. Maddie Michaud, Ken, 18:41; 37. Beverly Schindler, Ken, 18:46; 39. Mariah Vantrease, Hom, 19:32; 40. Claire Swanson, Hom, 19:38; 41. Isabel Beach, Hom, 19:42; 44. Brittany Hollers, Sky, 20:23; 46. Sage Link, Sky, 21:55.

had a shutout in Thursday’s loss as well, stopping almost 30 shots before Chugiak scored to force overtime. “I felt like it was a pretty slow game,” Harvey said. “Compared to yesterday it was slow. I mean, I only got 18 shots.” After the early goal by Lathrop’s Tristen Ramaker, SoHi continued to show the sluggish form they have displayed in the first period of recent games. “I would say it was a case of the kids were just happy to be here,” Swanson said. “It took us awhile to wake up and get going, but the second period we woke them up and we just played a totally different game in the second period.” After getting outshot by Lathrop in the first period, Soldotna quickly turned things around with a goal only 15 seconds into the second frame. Justice Miller pushed the puck forward from behind the net and into the waiting hands of Kenny Griffin, who shoveled it cleanly into the net to knot the game up. SoHi continued to press throughout the second stanza, outshooting the Malamutes 138. “Our coach usually comes in and gets us riled up, and we come out a little better,” Harvey said. “It’s the end of the season,

SoHi still only trailed 2-0. After what happened Thursday, the Lynx were not about to relax. “We knew we were in for a challenge,” Swanson said. “It doesn’t matter who we play, and Dimond’s an outstanding team, but for us, the idea of every game is going out and competing. “We just kept trying the whole game but the pressure they had on us in the defensive zone was a lot.” Three quick goals in a span of 2 minutes, 49 seconds, put the game away in the third period, as Tyler Dunn, Tyler Briley and Aidan Teilborg each scored. Overall, all five Dimond goals were scored by five different players. Swanson summed the year up by recognizing the uphill climb the Stars faced all year. “Getting from where we started (going 0-3) and getting in the games to battling in the state tournament, it definitely was a case of us continuing to get better day by day,” he said. Saturday in Wasilla Lynx 5, Stars 0 Dimond Soldotna

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so I want to play another game because I’m a senior.” In the third period, it increasingly looked like the Stars were headed toward another overtime contest, but with 6 minutes, 8 seconds, left in the game, Wrobel intercepted a pass from a Lathrop defender in front of the net and scored the game-winner on Lathrop goalie Ryan Ebenal. From there, the onus was on Harvey to preserve the victory. “I just got to stop everything, no matter what,” Harvey said. “Don’t let any sloppy rebounds out.” For the Stars, all that remains now is one last game of the season, which doubles as Swanson and Pat Nolden’s last hockey game as members of the coaching staff. “It’s nice to earn the right to play a game on Saturday,” Swanson said. “For us, it’s really just a great opportunity for us to continue the season another day, and hopefully we’ll play another tight game tomorrow.” Friday Stars 2, Malamutes 1 Soldotna Lathrop

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ust as I was getting our cabin back in order from a rather successful but somewhat pre-apocalyptic Super Bowl party, along comes the Winter Olympics. Except for some Tim’s potato chips and bits of popcorn stuck up on various high window sills, the front room now looks more or less presentable and the dogs have waddled off the extra butt pounds gained from scoring spilled dips whenever the Seahawks slammed in another touchdown. We were deeply pleased that Willie and Turk behaved themselves this time around by bringing along dates that didn’t start chewing up the furniture after a couple of brews and couldn’t remember what continent they were on after three. Needless to say our insurance company is ecstatic and my wife will not be seeking out the dark retribution she solemnly promised if anything close to that last disaster happened again. But I digress, on to Sochi. Things have been very different and laid back around the abode since the Olympics have kicked into full gear. I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s because we’ve subtly assumed the cool attitude of the high flying snowboarders or finally totally zoned out on NBC’s continued riveting drama of the progression of Bob Costas’ pink eye. I certainly wish him well but definitely prefer the network coverage of the world class athletes launching for the ozone layer over his annoying attempts to infuse political melodramas into the games. I get enough of that during football season.   On the other hand his stand-in, Matt Lauer, is as entertaining as watching a bag of Sleepytime Tea soak in a sink. Thankfully, there are a few remarkable venue analysts that are skilled enough to give color commentaries that prevent viewers from going comatose during the curling and blinding pants competitions. And, let’s not forget their under paid cohorts who valiantly try to fire things up by becoming so unglued toward the end of a what seems to be an endless cross-continent ski race that they nearly blow out their larynxes trying to make the finish sound like a screaming bumper to bumper conclusion to the Daytona 500. Kudos to them and the brand of coffee they’re snorting to keep upright throughout those competitions. On the other side of the viewing spectrum, things can get ripping in Alpine skiing. This is a sport for certified maniacs and features events such as the slalom and Super-G. Contestants in the downhill can reach speeds of more than 80 mph and have been known to go off course and crash land in adjacent countries. It’s amazing how the contestants are able to ignore the vulnerability involved with high speeds and sharp turns on pure ice especially when downhill skiing is considered slightly less hazardous than parasailing from alpine cliffs without a canopy. Then there’s freestyle skiing and snowboarding: These skill showcases come with wicked special tricks, sub-orbit aerials, humongous recycle bins for Red Bull containers and their own language such as, “Dude, I beefed bad after smacking a death cookie during the huckfest. I’m talkin’ crashtastic, bro.” Interpretation: “I fell down.” These events show no mercy nor respect for the elderly either. Shaun White, 27, the two-time gold medalist in snowboard half-pipe skipped the new slopestyle event to concentrate on his primo event but bombed out of the medals and must now; sadly fall back on his clothing lines, million-dollar sponsorship deals, and touring as a guitarist within his rock band, “Bad Things” that got its name from the type of music it performs. As far as speed skating goes some of it can be flat exciting when steel bodied athletes, who feature thighs that could crush a tour bus, scream around the short-track like loons rushing the doors of a federal building after the announcement of a new giveaway program.  Figure skating is something that is tough for me to watch. It’s not a macho thing where I sit there stunned to see dudes wearing costume that the Rockettes would envy. Nope. It’s the apprehension of being witness to someone taking a face-plant after years of preparation for their big moment on the world stage especially if it occurs during warm up or fine tuning the lights on their body tights. Mistakes like that smoke any chance for a Wheaties box cover and those skaters usually end up featured on a milk carton with the caption, “Have you seen this loser?” sponsored by the coaches who watched in horror as their years of intense tutelage came to a end with an ignominious butt slam 30 seconds into a program.  As I write this the luge contests are underway and some women who could make a ton of gold just modeling are roaring down ice chutes, head first, on a device called a skeleton with no brakes. Why, I don’t know. This year a new event is the luge relay, in which four members, two single-sled riders and a double sled, form a team. Competitors press a touch pad after crossing the finish line, opening the starting gate for the next insane teammate. Again, why, I don’t know. But then, maybe I do. It’s the need for speed, challenge and the adrenaline rush that I was expecting the first time I skied which, unfortunately resulted in an embarrassing clarion call for a medic and a subsequent skipolectomy. These great Olympic athletes revel in limelighting their exceptional talents and the comradeship the games bring and they’ll continue to do so until the closing ceremonies so, Go USA! It’s time now to get back to watching rather than writing. Nick can be reached at ncvarney@gmail.com if he isn’t trying to catch up on some sleep after trying like hell to watch five NBC affiliates 24/7 including the losers’ bracket in curling.

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LaVigueurs welcome son Ben and Michelle LaVigueur announce the birth of their son, Wyatt Lee LaVigueur, at 4:53 p.m. on Feb. 6, 2014. He weighed 9.06 pounds and measured 22 inches. He joins sister Isabella. His grandparents are Lee and Diane LaVigueur of Nikiski, Mike O’Brien of Nikiski and Patricia Moll-Thompson of Washington.

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that swims at the Skyview High School Pool. For more information about masters swimming in Alaska, contact Joanne Wainwright, Alaska Masters Chairperson, at 262-5308 or joswims@ alaska.net

Area masters swimmers make waves at state championships Swimmers from the Top of the World Swimming U.S. Masters Swimming team, including Stephanie Musgrove, Emily Smith, Sarah Williams, Angie Brennan, Judy Abrahams, Joanne Wainwright, Susan Ellis, Danny McIntosh, Nate Olson, Sean O’Reilly, Bob Jones, and Jeff Woods rallied to place third in the Men’s, Women’s, and Combined divisions at the 2014 Alaska Masters Short Course Yards State Championships at Bartlett Pool in Anchorage on Feb. 8-9. Age-group high point winners including Nate Olson, Joanne Wainwright, and Susan Ellis. Nearly 100 swimmers from around the state, ages 20 to 78, plus one swimmer from Arizona, traveled to Anchorage for this annual event. Top of the World Swimming is a local masters workout group

2014 Alaska Masters Short Course Yards State Championships Top of the World Swimming individual results: Stephanie Musgrove (25-29 age group) — 2nd 100 Free 1:06.97; 3rd 200 Free 2:32.50; 3rd 500 Free 6:51.79; 3rd 50 Fly 35.42; 4th 100 IM 1:21.14. Emily Smith (25-29) — 1st 100 Breast 1:27.21; 2nd 200 Free 2:29.92; 2nd 500 Free 6:38.00; 2nd 100 fly 1:18.38; 2nd 200 IM 2:44.07; 3rd 100 IM 1:17.65. Sarah Williams (30-34) — 5th 50 Free 39.49; 2nd 500 Free 9:16.98; 4th 50 Back 49.96; 3rd 50 Breast 50.87; 4th 50 Fly 50.57; 4th 100 IM 1:43.28. Angie Brennan (40-44) — 3rd 1650 free 26:48.30; 2nd 100 breast 1:35.04; 2nd 100 IM 1:23.73. Judy Abrahams (35-39) — 4th 100 Free 1:17.26; 3rd 200 Free 2:50.18; 4th 500 Free 7:47.20; 2nd 1650 Free 26:42.14; 2nd 50 Breast 47.67; 4th 100 IM 1:32.01. Joanne Wainwright (55-59) — 1st 200 Free 2:39.20; 2nd 500 Free 6:42.65; 1st 1650 Free 23:02.24; 1st 100 fly 1:15.65; 1st 200 fly 2:52.45; 1st 400 IM 6:18.55. Susan Ellis (65-69) — 1st 50 free 40.55; 1st 100 free 1:30.0; 1st 200 Free 3:26.84; 2nd 50 Back 57.60; 2nd 100 Back 1:57.94; 1st 100 IM 1:52.37. Danny McIntosh (18-24) — 1st 50 free 25.69; 2nd 100 free 58.92; 1st 200 free 2:08.77; 1st 500 free 6:12.21; 2nd 100 breast 1:14.57; 1st 200 breast 2:45.34. Nate Olson (35-39) — 1st 50 free 23.14; 1st 100 free 53.24; 2nd 200 free 2:05.87; 1st 50 fly 26.51; 1st 100 fly 1:03.62; 1st 200 IM 2:31.01. Sean O’Reilly (55-59) — 1st 50 free 29.76; 2nd 100 free 1:08.12; 1st 50 breast 40.01; 2nd 50 fly 35.67; 2nd 100 IM 1:17.11; 2nd 50 back, 40.78. Bob Jones (60-64) — 3rd 50 free 36.98; 3rd 100 free 1:24.56; 3rd 200 free 3:27.95; 2nd 500 free 9:23.17; 2nd 100 breast 2:57.02. Jeff Woods (65-69) — 2nd 50 free 54.78; 2nd 100 free 2:33.94; 1st 50 back 1:15.18; 2nd 50 breast 1:19.70.

More talking to babies helps their brains By LAURAN NEERGAARD AP Medical Writer

WASHINGTON — The sooner you start explaining the world to your baby, the better. That doesn’t mean flash cards for tots, or merely pointing out objects: “Here’s an orange. That’s a bowl.” New research shows that both how much and how well parents talk with babies and toddlers help to tune the youngsters’ brains in ways that build crucial language and vocabulary skills — a key to fighting the infamous “word gap” that puts poor children at a disadvantage at an even younger age than once thought. The idea is to connect words and meaning, so the brain becomes primed to learn through context: “Let’s put the orange in this bowl with the banana and the apple and the grapes.” “You’re building intelligence through language,” is how Stanford University psychology professor Anne Fernald explains it. “It’s making nets of meaning that then will help the child learn new words.” And forget dumbed-down baby talk: Longer, more complex sentences are better. “The advice I give mothers is to have conversations with your babies,” said Erika Hoff, a psychology professor at Florida Atlantic University. “Children can hear lots of talk that goes over their head in terms of the meaning, and they still benefit from it.” The research, presented Thursday and Friday at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, comes amid a growing push for universal preschool, to help disadvantaged youngsters catch up. But it also begs the question of whether children from low-income, less educated

families need earlier intervention, such as preschool that starts at age 3 instead of 4, or higher quality day care or even some sort of “Let’s talk” campaign aimed at new parents to stress talking, singing and reading with tots even before they can respond. That can be difficult for parents working multiple jobs, or who may not read well or who simply don’t know why it’s important. Scientists have long known that before they start kindergarten, children from middle-class or affluent families have heard millions more words than youngsters from lowincome families, leaving the poorer children with smaller vocabularies and less ready to succeed academically. Fernald said by some measures, 5-year-olds from low-income families can lag two years behind their peers in tests of language development, an achievement gap that’s difficult to overcome. Brain scans support the link, said Dr. Kimberly Noble of Columbia University Medical Center. Early experiences shape the connections that children’s brains form, and kids from higher socioeconomic backgrounds devote more “neural real estate” to brain regions involved in language development, she found. How early does the word gap appear? Around age 18 months, Stanford’s Fernald discovered when she compared how children mentally process the language they hear. Lower-income kids in her study achieved at age 2 the level of proficiency that more affluent kids had reached six months earlier. To understand why language processing is so important, consider this sentence: “The kitty’s on the bench.” If the youngster knows the word “kitty,” and his brain recognizes it quickly enough, then he can figure out what “bench” means by the context. But if he’s slow to recognize “kitty,” then “bench” flies

by before he has a chance to learn it. Next, Fernald tucked recorders into Tshirts of low-income toddlers in Spanishspeaking households to determine what they heard all day — and found remarkable differences in what’s called child-directed speech. That’s when children are spoken to directly, in contrast to television or conversations they overhear. One child heard more than 12,000 words of child-directed speech in a day, while another heard a mere 670 words, she found. The youngsters who received more childdirected speech processed language more efficiently and learned words more quickly, she reported. But it’s not just quantity of speech that matters — it’s quality, Hoff cautioned. She studied bilingual families and found that whatever the language, children fare better when they learn it from a native speaker. In other words, if Mom and Dad speak Spanish but aren’t fluent in English, it’s better for the child to have a solid grounding in Spanish at home and then learn English later in school. Next, scientists are testing whether programs that teach parents better ways to talk to tots really do any good. Fernald said preliminary results from one of the first — a program called Habla Conmigo, Spanish for Talk With Me, that enrolls low-income, Spanish-speaking mothers in San Jose, Calif. — are promising. Fernald analyzed the first 32 families of the 120 the program will enroll. Mothers who underwent the eight-week training are talking more with their toddlers, using higher-quality language, than a control group of parents — and by their second birthday, the children have bigger vocabularies and process language faster, she said Thursday.

Military nears holy grail: Pizza that lasts years By RODRIQUE NGOWI Associated Press

NATICK, Mass. — They call it the holy grail of ready-to-eat meals for soldiers: a pizza that can stay on the shelf for as long as three years and still remain good to eat. Soldiers have been asking for pizza since lightweight individual field rations — known as meals ready to eat, or MREs — replaced canned food in 1981 for soldiers in combat zones or areas where field kitchens cannot be set up. Researchers at a U.S. military lab in Massachusetts are closing in on a recipe that doesn’t require any refrigeration or freezing. “You can basically take the pizza, leave it on the counter, packaged, for three years and it’d still be edible,” said Michelle Richardson, a food scientist at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center. Scientists at the Natick labs also are responsible for developing equipment and clothing that improves soldiers’ combat ef-

fectiveness and their survival, but the quest for good pizza has become known as the holy grail there. Pizza is one of the most requested items when soldiers are asked every year what they’d like to see in their rations, said Richardson, who has spent nearly two years developing the recipe in a large kitchen full of commercial equipment. Scientists’ efforts were long thwarted because moisture in tomato sauce, cheese and toppings migrated to the dough over time, resulting in soggy pizza that provided the perfect conditions for mold and disease-causing bacteria to grow. But on-and-off research over the past few years helped them figure out ways to prevent moisture from migrating. That includes using ingredients called humectants — sugar, salt and syrups can do the trick — that bind to water and keep it from getting to the dough. But that alone would not help the pizza remain fresh for three years at 80 degrees, so scientists tweaked the acidity of the sauce, C

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rt Garfunkel was in town last night, and even though I didn’t attend his concert, I can hear his melodic voice in my head anytime because it is so much a part of my life. One of his and Paul Simon’s best songs, I think, is The Boxer, because of its lilting beauty. Never mind the haunting lyrics, which songwriter Simon has said were about dealing with harsh critics: “Going home, where the New York City winters aren’t bleeding me, leading me, going home.” The Boxer is one of the most beautiful things I’ve

ever heard, and for that reason I never change the dial when it plays on the radio. One night recently, in fact, my wife told me supper was ready as soon as I dragged home from work. She had the television on a music channel, however, and as I started to go change clothes, I heard the opening guitar of The Boxer. I plopped down on the coffee table and sat through the entire song. I had heard it countless times before, but each time is just as good as the last. Supper could wait. A lot of songs are like that. Great lyrics and music

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Curious wife seeks truth about a mysterious death DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married for three years. I trust him with my whole heart. He is the sweetest man I know. Lately, I have been wanting to know more about his brother. My husband hasn’t said much about him other than he was murdered in prison about 10 years ago. I’m not saying that he and his family are lying, but I did some research on the Web and came across multiple websites about my husband’s brother. Yes, he was in prison, but I’m not sure he was actually murdered there. Some details are better left unsaid. I know, of course, that you can’t believe everything you read on the Internet, but there is more than one Google page with a lot of information. I want to talk to my husband and find out what really happened and try to get to know his brother, but I’m scared he will get angry and even shut me out, and I don’t want that to happen. Please give me some advice on what to do. I just want some straight answers — no more sweeping it under the carpet. — IN THE DARK IN OHIO DEAR IN THE DARK: There is always a risk when someone goes poking around the family closet and starts rattling the skeletons. I suggest you be frank with your husband. Tell him you were curious about his brother, went on the Internet, found some surprising information and would like some honest answers. If you trust him with your whole heart, then his response will tell you all you need to know.

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part of my childhood died, just died.” Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah has been covered by everyone, but I can listen to Rufus Wainwright’s version over and over. The 50-year-old Beatles still sound good, and Hey Jude is just one of many songs that sticks in my head. John Prine’s songs are either knee-slappers or tearjerkers, and some are so pretty they hurt. In Far From Me, he knows his love is unrequited the instant he asks the woman out: “Well, a question ain’t really a question, if you know the answer, too.”

“It’s an old song,” combine to treat the I explained. ears. Not just a good J a c k s o n beat, not just words Browne’s Lawless that have something Avenues rates high say, not just a pleason my list of beautiant voice – but some ful songs. Although combination that it is about kids works magic. growing up in street An example of gangs, it is a bilinsuch a song was Glynn Moore gual joy to hear. heard in a Super Come Dancing is unlike Bowl commercial. I’m not sure what the ad was trying The Kinks’ typical rock. It to say – grizzly bears like yo- reminisces about the singer’s gurt? – but a Bob Dylan love sister going dancing on Satsong, I Want You, played in urday nights at the “palais” (dance hall): “The day they the background. “How can it be Dylan?” my knocked down the palais, my wife scoffed. “I can under- sister stood and cried. The day they knocked down the palais, stand his words.”

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Jaqueline Bigar’s Stars HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014: This year you have the spirit and energy to tackle whatever you want. A partner could be a key player in your ventures. If you are single, this partnership initially could be platonic, but it has the potential of evolving into much more. After spring, a different potential suitor could enter your life. Take your time in choosing. If you are attached, put more emphasis on your relationship, and you will witness it working and evolving to a new level. You enjoy time alone as a couple. VIRGO makes a great accountant for you. The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult ARIES (March 21-April 19) HHHH Others will witness your fiery side. No matter how direct you are, you probably will have to repeat a conversation. Somehow the message might get distorted. You will note that others appear to be off in La-La Land at points in the day. Tonight: Enjoy a home-cooked dinner. This Week: You’ll make an impact by pursuing your goals in an efficient manner. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) HHHHH You speak, and others respond. Communication flourishes. Detach more often, and imagine what the other parties seem to be holding back. Otherwise, you might have difficulty understanding and accepting what these people have to say. Tonight: Keep smiling. This Week: Your creativity flourishes. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) HHH Take a day just for you. You might want to lounge, read the paper and/or make a special meal for yourself. Someone with an invitation could tempt you to give up your lazy day. You still will be best off steering clear of others. Tonight: Not to be found. This Week: Stay on top of a domestic matter, but do not let it stop you. CANCER (June 21-July 22) HHHH Make calls in the morning and catch up on everyone’s news. Whether you want to incorporate your day with a friend, family member or loved one is your choice. You will be happiest going out and about with a companion. Tonight: At a favorite place. This Week: Romance could be budding. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) HHHH You could be out of sorts as you eye a new purchase. You might decide to postpone this expenditure, as it could require more research. Treat a loved one to a late brunch and swap news. You could conjure up quite an afternoon together. Tonight: Get errands done first. This Week: Tame your indulgent side. C

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Resume Tips - Whip Your Resume Into Shape Expert advice on how to do a resume correctly. By Kristina Cowan So you’ve discovered the perfect gig with a higher salary, and you’re bent on shuffling your credentials to the hiring manager immediately, if not sooner. You’ve got the experience, education and skills that make you a star candidate. One hurdle remains: how to do a resume appropriately. Don’t fret-you can soon be on your way to crafting a stellar resume; just use the following key resume tips from career experts Brian Drum and Heather Heath. Drum is president and CEO of New York City-based Drum Associates, Inc., a global executive search firm, and Heath, based in Minneapolis, is practice leader of sales and marketing for Hudson, a recruitment and talent management firm. Expert Resume Tips on How to do a Resume 1. Be accurate and truthful. “A resume should not be embellished or exaggerated-it’s not an exercise in writing a novel. If there’s anything that is not correct or is misstated, it could be a reason for not hiring you,” Drum said. 2. Take two pages for your resume if necessary. Drum said once you have four or five years of experience, it often becomes very difficult to squeeze your career path all onto one page. Heath said she sees two-page resumes “all the time.” Most applicants should avoid three page resumes. Resume Tip for Recent College Graduates: Stick to one page. 3. Use bullets with concise descriptions. Most resumes that use paragraphs aren’t looked at, Drum explained, so it’s best to use bullets, and keep them to a maximum of two lines a piece. 4. In most cases, list experience before education. If you’re a seasoned executive, it’s best to list your work experience first. Resume Tip for Recent College Graduates: Put education up top. 5. Mind your keywords! Both Drum and Heath underscored the importance of including terms to help get your resume picked up through online searches. “We’re seeing more and more systems ranking people’s resumes based on how many keywords are being matched. ... More people are putting more words on their resumes because they understand that tracking systems are keyword-driven,” Heath said. 6. List your contact information, particularly your cell phone number and e-mail address. Heath advises against listing your current work phone number. “I don’t think a potential employer would be impressed that you’re using company resources to find a job,” she said. 7. Use consistent formatting. Use the same size and type of font throughout your resume, such as 12-point Times New Roman. Offsetting your name in a slightly larger font is acceptable. If you cut and paste from various versions of your resume, be sure to align the text and eliminate formatting glitches. 8. Remember to double check your spelling. Heath suggests printing your resume, reading it and proofreading it to catch spelling and grammatical problems. It’s fine to use an automated spell-check, she said, but be wary of such systems introducing errors. 9. Bling on resumes is bad. Steer clear of using lots of large fonts in different colors, and of underscoring and bolding text for extra emphasis. Excessive use of bells and whistles distracts the reader and makes your resume look unprofessional. 10. No headshots, please. Pictures and resumes are like oil and water. If you have the urge, don’t give in. At the end of the day, Heath said, “People need to remember when they’re sending their resume out they’re sending a version of themselves. ... Make it a statement-a strong one.” Kristina Cowan is the senior writer for PayScale.com. She has over 10 years of journalism experience, specializing in education and workforce issues.

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Sled Dogs of Denali

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Husky history

In the winter of 1907-1908, wilderness guide Harry Karstens led a naturalist, or an expert on animals and plants, through an area of Alaska. Harry knew how to survive outdoors in the frozen wilderness. He also knew that the best way to get around in this cold, wild land was on a sled pulled by dogs. Harry and the naturalist traveled by sled team. The naturalist thought it was important to protect the animals and their habitat. He helped convince Congress to preserve the land as a national park. The first ranger was the naturalist’s guide, Harry Karstens. He set up the sled-dog program to help rangers care for the park.

For hundreds of years, Alaskan natives bred dogs that did well in cold weather and were strong enough to pull sleds. These dogs are Alaskan huskies, or sled dogs. Horses don’t do well in the Alaskan wilderness. The best way to travel is by sled team. In pioneer days, mail was delivered by sled dogs. In the early days of the park, rangers and dogs would be in the wilderness for months at a time. They sheltered in tents and blankets or in whatever they could find on the spot. Sled dogs hauled logs and supplies through the park so rangers could build cabins to shelter workers, rangers and dogs.

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In Denali, the easiest time to patrol is the winter. Traveling over hard frozen ground is easier than traveling over sticky, muddy ground. When rivers freeze, they become highways that dogs and rangers can walk over. Rivers, marshes and lakes can be cold and dangerous in warmer weather, when ice begins to melt. Dogs don’t patrol in the summer. Instead, they pull sleds on wheels to demonstrate mushing. In winter, cold and storms can be a hazard. Deep snow can make travel slow. But rangers are prepared for winter conditions. If dogs and people are not near a cabin, rangers set up a tent.

A sled-dog team usually has seven to 10 dogs. The numbers change depending on how much weight is on the sled. The sled, gear and musher could weigh a total of about 300 pounds or more.

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Workers often get close to the dogs and adopt them when the dogs retire.

People who go into the backcountry in the winter are usually experienced and don’t need rescue. If there were an accident, it would be faster to send a helicopter than a dog team. Dog teams help in other ways. For example, once a dog team mushed to a plane crash site to transport inspectors and rangers to clean up the oil.

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Puppy training Huskies have a lot of energy. Rangers teach them to harness that energy by pulling the sleds. They put puppies into a little harness and attach it to a person on skis. An adult dog walks ahead, so the puppies pull the harness to get to the adult dog. They learn to pull. Once the puppies are big enough to keep up, they are harnessed to the rest of a team for a couple of miles. Young puppies tire easily, and they lose interest quickly, so they don’t actually work with a team until they are at least 2 years old. Puppies learn to follow orders such as “gee” to turn right and “haw” to turn left.

Super senses Dogs can feel and smell the trails even if people can’t find them. The snow on a trail is packed down, so even buried trails feel different on the dogs’ paws. Dogs remember trails they haven’t been on for years. Dogs can find trails and cabins even better than a GPS can. But sometimes the dogs don’t want to go where the rangers need them to go. Rangers check the maps and GPS. They don’t just rely on the dogs. Rangers and dogs have a lot of trust in each other. For example, during one storm, a ranger’s GPS said to go in one direction, but the dog refused. She found out the dog had been on the right path the whole time. Because she trusted the dog, they reached the cabin safely.

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Words that remind us of Denali sled dogs are hidden in the block below. Some words are hidden backward or diagonally, and some letters are used twice. See if you can find: CABIN, COLD, DENALI, DOG, FROZEN, FUR, GEE, HARNESS, HAW, HUSKY, ICE, KENNEL, MUSH, PARK, PATROL, PAW, PULL, PUPPY, RANGER, RUN, SLED, SNOW, SUPPLIES, TEAMS, TRAILS, TRUST, WILDERNESS, WINDS, WINTER.

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The Mini Page thanks Jessica Toubman, assistant kennel manager, Denali National Park and Preserve, for help with this issue.

Look through your newspaper for stories about working animals. Next week, The Mini Page is all about salt.

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One of the rangers’ biggest fears is falling into open water. Getting wet when it is minus 40 degrees can be very dangerous. If sleds do break through the ice, dogs are trained to run through the water, pulling the sled onto the bank. If a snowmobile falls through the ice, it just sits there. When dogs get wet, the best way for them to dry off is to roll in the snow. The air is very cold and dry that far north. The snow is so dry that it actually pulls water from the fur. But if the dog can’t get dry, the team needs to get to shelter. If ice gets under its bottom coat of fur, the dog could have trouble warming up. It is dangerous for people to be soaked and cold, too. Rangers always carry emergency parkas and an extra set of clothes in a waterproof bag. If people get wet, they need to get out of their wet clothes right away and start a fire to warm up.

New litters of puppies are usually born at the kennels each summer. By winter, they are eating solid food and ready to begin training with the teams. Volunteers and staff take the puppies for walks to teach them about life in the park.

Dogs and rangers depend on one another in the huge Alaskan wilderness.

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In the summer, rangers take puppies to open water to train them not to be afraid of the water.

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No motorized vehicles are allowed in the 2 million acres of wilderness in Denali except for emergencies or special projects. Sled teams are the only way to transport supplies or break trails for the public. Traveling by dogsled is called mushing. A sled-dog patrol might last anywhere from a day to six weeks. Sled teams haul supplies to the cabins. Rangers collect data for scientists and transport researchers and workers such as firefighters.

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Jabari Parker arrived at Duke heralded as one of the nation’s hottest basketball prospects. In the first months of his freshman season, he’s lived up to the hype. In his first 17 games, the versatile forward has averaged 18.8 points, 7.3 rebounds and displayed the maturity of a veteran. Parker can score from anywhere — short range, mid-range, long range. He plays hard, but doesn’t gloat after making a shot, or grimace after a miss. Already one of the nation’s elite players, Parker also does much off the court. An honor student in high school at Simeon Career Academy, Parker has been active with the Salvation Army and other outreach programs. Now, he’s helping tradition-rich Duke pursue another title.

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A husky has long legs and loves to run. Its large paws help it balance on the snow. It has a thick, warm coat made up of two layers of fur. An adult weighs about 60 to 80 pounds. A husky is powerful and muscular. If it were as big as an ox, it would be stronger than the ox.

Denali National Park and Preserve is the only national park that uses sled teams to patrol the park. There are usually about 35 huskies in the Denali kennels. This allows three dog teams to patrol at a time.

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In Denali National Park in Alaska, sled dogs and their ranger partners patrol about 2 million acres of wilderness. When temperatures drop to 45 degrees below zero and high winds and blowing snow make it impossible to see, sled dogs are often the only way to get around. The Mini Page talked with a ranger from Denali National Park and Preserve to find out more about these daring dogs.

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The Mini Page provides ideas for websites, books or other resources that will help you learn more about this week’s topics. On the Web: • nps.gov/dena/planyourvisit/kennels.htm • bit.ly/1a2gOt8 At the library: • “Dog Diaries #4: Togo” by Kate Klimo • “Born to Pull: The Glory of Sled Dogs” by Bob Cary • “The Bravest Dog Ever: The True Story of Balto” by Natalie Standiford

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Bad Boys ››› (1995, Action) Martin Lawrence, Will Smith. Undercover Miami detectives switch lives while investigating murders linked to stolen heroin. ‘R’ (1:58) (38) SPIKE Mon. 8:30 p.m. Behind the Candelabra ››› (2013, Docudrama) Michael Douglas, Matt Damon. World-famous pianist Liberace takes much-younger Scott Thorson as a lover, but the relationship deteriorates when Liberace takes other bedmates and Thorson becomes addicted to drugs. (2:00) ^ HBO2 Wed. 5 p.m. Beowulf ›› (2007, Adventure) Voices of Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins. ‘PG13’ (1:54) (43) AMC Sat. 8 p.m. The Best Man ››› (1999, ComedyDrama) Taye Diggs, Nia Long. A writer heads to New York to be best man at a friend’s wedding, where he meets up with an old flame. ‘R’ (2:00) 5 SHOW Thu. 10:30 p.m. Big Miracle ››› (2012, Adventure) John Krasinski, Drew Barrymore. A reporter in small-town Alaska and his former lover, an environmentalist, try to form an international coalition to rescue three ice-trapped whales. ‘PG’ (1:47) ! HBO Mon. 4:40 p.m.; Wed. 4 p.m. Blood Diamond ››› (2006, Adventure) Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Connelly. Two men, a white South African mercenary and a black Mende fisherman, join in a common quest to recover a rare gem that could change their lives. ‘R’ (2:18) (43) AMC Sat. 10:30 p.m. Bolt ››› (2008, Comedy) Voices of John Travolta, Miley Cyrus. Animated. Thinking he has real superpowers, the canine star of a hit TV show travels

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The Dark Knight ›››› (2008, Action) Christian Bale, Heath Ledger. Batman battles a vicious criminal known as the Joker. ‘PG-13’ (2:32) (43) AMC Fri. 7 p.m. The Day After Tomorrow ›› (2004, Action) Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal. ‘PG-13’ (2:03) (28) USA Mon. 10:05 p.m. Death Sentence ›› (2007, Suspense) Kevin Bacon, Garrett Hedlund. ‘R’ (1:50) (38) SPIKE Tue. 9 p.m. Death Wish ››› (1974, Crime Drama) Charles Bronson, Hope Lange. A New York architect turns vigilante hit man after thugs attack his wife and daughter. ‘R’ (1:33) (38) SPIKE Tue. 11:30 p.m. Demolition Man ›› (1993, Science Fiction) Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes. ‘R’ (1:54) (43) AMC Thu. 10:01 p.m. The Departed ››› (2006, Crime Drama) Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon. In Boston an undercover cop gains a gangland chief’s trust, while a career criminal infiltrates the police force for the mob. ‘R’ (2:32) (43) AMC Wed. 7 p.m. Do the Right Thing ››› (1989, Drama) Danny Aiello, Ossie Davis. Spike Lee’s account of erupting racial tensions on a summer afternoon in a predominantly black Brooklyn neighborhood. ‘R’ (2:00) 8 TMC Sun. 5 p.m.

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Failure to Launch ›› (2006, RomanceComedy) Matthew McConaughey, Sarah Jessica Parker. ‘PG-13’ (1:37) (23) LIFE Sun. 8 p.m. Fast & Furious ›› (2009, Action) Vin Diesel, Paul Walker. ‘PG-13’ (1:47) (31) TNT Sun. 9:30 p.m. Fight Club ››› (1999, Suspense) Brad Pitt, Edward Norton. Two young professionals create an underground club where men can compete in handto-hand combat. ‘R’ (2:19) + MAX Wed. 5:40 p.m. Flightplan ›› (2005, Suspense) Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard. ‘PG-13’ (1:38) (8) WGN-A Tue. 5 p.m. 42 ››› (2013, Biography) Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford. In 1946, Branch Rickey, general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, signs Jackie Robinson to the team in defiance of major league baseball’s notorious color barrier. ‘PG-13’ (2:08) ! HBO Mon. 7 p.m.; Tue. 11 p.m.; Thu. 4:45 p.m.

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Gangster Squad ›› (2013, Crime Drama) Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling. ‘R’ (1:50)

Happy Feet ››› (2006, Adventure) Voices of Elijah Wood, Robin Williams. Animated. Born without the ability to sing, a young emperor penguin expresses himself and hopes to attract a mate through his amazing dancing talent. ‘PG’ (1:48) (51) FAM Sat. 9:30 p.m. Happy Gilmore ›› (1996, Comedy) Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald. ‘PG-13’ (1:32) (51) FAM Thu. 8 p.m.; Fri. 6 p.m. Hitchcock ›› (2012, Historical Drama) Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren. ‘PG-13’ (1:38) ! HBO Wed. 6:15 p.m. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey ›› (2012, Fantasy) Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman. ‘PG-13’ (2:49) + MAX Thu. 6:05 p.m. The Holiday ›› (2006, RomanceComedy) Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet. ‘PG-13’ (2:12) (23) LIFE Mon. 7 p.m., 11:02 p.m.

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I, Robot ›› (2004, Science Fiction) Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan. ‘PG-13’ (1:55) (82) SYFY Sat. 8 p.m. Ice Age ››› (2002, Comedy) Voices of Ray Romano, John Leguizamo. Animated. A woolly mammoth, a saber-toothed tiger and a sloth find a human baby and try to reunite him with his tribe. ‘PG’ (1:21) (50) NICK Thu. 6 p.m.; Fri. 5 p.m. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone ›› (2013, Comedy) Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi. ‘PG-13’ (1:40) ! HBO Sat. 5:15 p.m. ^ HBO2 Wed. 11 p.m. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ›› (2008, Adventure) Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett. ‘PG-13’ (2:02) (28) USA Fri. 10:30 p.m. Invincible ›› (2006, Biography) Mark Wahlberg, Greg Kinnear. ‘PG’ (1:44) (43) AMC Mon. 10:01 p.m.

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Killer Elite ›› (2011, Action) Jason Statham, Robert De Niro. ‘R’ (1:57) (38) SPIKE Sun. 11:30 p.m. Killing Them Softly ››› (2012, Crime Drama) Brad Pitt, Scoot McNairy. After a rival crook hires a pair of bumbling thieves to rob their card game, mobsters hire a reluctant hit man to settle the score. ‘R’ (1:37) 8 TMC Wed. 8 p.m. Kingdom of Heaven ››› (2005, Historical Drama) Orlando Bloom, Eva Green. During the Crusades, a young blacksmith rises to knighthood and protects Jerusalem from invading forces. ‘R’ (2:25) ^ HBO2 Thu. 11:10 p.m.

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Lawless ›› (2012, Crime Drama) Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy. ‘R’ (1:55) 8 TMC Wed. 9:40 p.m. Life ›› (1999, Comedy-Drama) Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence. ‘R’ (1:48) (81) COM Sat. 5:30 p.m. Life of Pi ››› (2012, Adventure) Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan. After the freighter they’re on sinks in a storm, a teenager and a Bengal tiger wind up on a small lifeboat and must learn to trust each other to survive. ‘PG’ (2:05) ^ HBO2 Mon. 10 p.m.; Thu. 9 p.m.

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An archaeologist races Nazis to find a powerful relic. ‘PG’ (1:55) (28) USA Sat. 4:27 p.m.

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The Sandlot ›› (1993, Comedy-Drama) Tom Guiry, Mike Vitar. ‘PG’ (1:41) (51) FAM Fri. 8 p.m. Savages ›› (2012, Crime Drama) Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively. ‘NR’ (2:22) + MAX Fri. 4:25 p.m. Scarface ››› (1983, Crime Drama) Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer. A Cuban immigrant from Castro’s jails cuts a violent

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On the Road ›› (2012, Drama) Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley. ‘R’ (2:19) 8 TMC Fri. 7 p.m. Out of Sight ››› (1998, Crime Drama) George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez. The mutual attraction between a federal marshal and an escaped convict interferes with their goals. ‘R’ (2:02) 8 TMC Wed. 5:55 p.m.

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Passing Strange The Movie ››› (2009, Musical) De’Adre Aziza, Daniel Breaker. Spike Lee films the Broadway musical about a young man who leaves Los Angeles to explore Europe. ‘NR’ (2:16) 8 TMC Sun. 7 p.m. Pearl Harbor ›› (2001, War) Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett. ‘PG-13’ (3:03) (43) AMC Mon. 7 p.m.; Tue. 4 p.m. The Perks of Being a Wallflower ››› (2012, Comedy-Drama) Logan Ler-

Up man, Emma Watson. Friends try to help an introverted teenager become more sociable. ‘PG-13’ (1:43) 8 TMC Fri. 9:05 p.m. Phineas and Ferb: The Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension ››› (2011, Comedy) Voices of Vincent Martella, Dee Bradley Baker. Animated. Along with their pet platypus, stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb battle evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz. ‘NR’ (1:30) (49) DISN Wed. 7 p.m. The Place Beyond the Pines ››› (2012, Crime Drama) Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper. In upstate New York, two men, and later, their sons must deal with the unforeseen consequences of their actions. ‘R’ (2:20) ^ HBO2 Sun. 11:15 p.m.; Fri. 8 p.m. Primary Colors ››› (1998, ComedyDrama) John Travolta, Emma Thompson. A Southern governor’s wife and adviser help him overcome scandals as he campaigns for the U.S. presidency. ‘R’ (2:23) ^ HBO2 Fri. 5:30 p.m. Prometheus ››› (2012, Science Fiction) Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender. A clue to mankind’s origins leads a team of explorers to deep space, where they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race. ‘R’ (2:03) ! HBO Tue. 5:50 p.m.

path of destruction on his way to the top of Miami’s drug trade. ‘R’ (2:50) (43) AMC Fri. 11:30 p.m. Shrek the Third ›› (2007, Comedy) Voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy. ‘PG’ (1:33) (3) ABC Sat. 7 p.m. Silver Linings Playbook ››› (2012, Comedy-Drama) Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence. An unexpected bond begins to form between a man trying to rebuild his life and a young woman promising to help him reunite with his estranged wife. ‘R’ (2:02) 5 SHOW Thu. 7:55 p.m. Slither ››› (2006, Horror) Nathan Fillion, Elizabeth Banks. A small-town sheriff and his team encounter waves of wormlike alien organisms that are intent on devouring all life on Earth. ‘R’ (1:36) 8 TMC Thu. 10:35 p.m.

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to uncover the hiding place of a stolen painting. ‘R’ (1:41) + MAX Sun. 9 p.m.; Thu. 9 p.m. Transformers ››› (2007, Action) Shia LaBeouf, Tyrese Gibson. Humanity’s fate rests in the hands of a youth when two races of warring robots make Earth their final battleground. ‘PG-13’ (2:24) (30) TBS Fri. 7 p.m. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 ›› (2011, Romance) Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson. ‘PG-13’ (1:57) 5 SHOW Sat. 7 p.m. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 ›› (2012, Romance) Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson. ‘PG-13’ (1:55) 5 SHOW Wed. 6 p.m.; Sat. 9 p.m.

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BOXING Friday 5:00 p.m. (35) ESPN2 Boxing Lightweight quarterfinal round. From Laughlin, Nev. (Live) (CC)

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America’s Funniest Home Parks and Parks and 30 Rock ‘14’ 30 Rock ‘14’ Videos ‘PG’ Recreation Recreation Computer Shop “Electronics Heartfelt Home With ValNorthern Nights: Linens ‘G’ HotSpot” ‘G’ erie ‘G’ “The Holiday” (2006, Romance-Comedy) Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law. Two women from different countries swap homes at Christmas.

It’s Always Futurama ‘PG’ ’Til Death ‘PG’ Mad About Sunny You ‘PG’ Floorcare Powerful cleaning Style Your Home ‘G’ solutions. ‘G’ (:01) Biography “Cameron (:02) “The Holiday” (2006, Diaz” Actress Cameron Diaz. Romance-Comedy) Cameron ‘PG’ Diaz, Kate Winslet. WWE Monday Night RAW (N Same-day Tape) ‘PG’ (:05) “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004) Dennis Quaid. Global warming leads to worldwide natural disasters. Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang Conan (N) ‘14’ The Pete Conan ‘14’ ‘14’ ‘PG’ ‘14’ Theory ‘14’ Theory ‘PG’ Theory ‘PG’ Holmes Show ‘MA’ Castle A bike messenger’s (:01) Castle Female rock (:02) Hawaii Five-0 “Huaka’I (:03) Perception “Toxic” ‘14’ (:03) Law & Order “Angelbrutal murder. ‘PG’ star’s murder. ‘PG’ Kula” ‘14’ grove” ‘14’ SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter

30 for 30 Olbermann (N) (Live) Olbermann Basketball NFL Live (N) NASCAR Now SportsNation Marcellus Wiley Shorts (N) and Max Kellerman. UEFA Europa League High- Mariners All Mariners Mondays (N) College Basketball Loyola Marymount at Gonzaga. World MMA Awards ’14 lights (N) Access “Rambo” (2008, Action) Sylvester Stallone, Julie Benz, Mat- “The Expendables” (2010, Action) Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham. Mer- “Bad Boys” (1995, Action) Martin Lawrence, Will Smith, Tea Leoni. Two Miami cops attempt “Next of Kin” thew Marsden. cenaries embark on a mission to overthrow a dictator. to recover stolen police evidence. (1989) (2:30) “Dave” (1993) Kevin “Bruce Almighty” (2003, Comedy) Jim Carrey. A frustrated “Pearl Harbor” (2001, War) Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, Kate Beckinsale. Best friends be(:01) “Invincible” (2006, Biography) Mark Wahlberg, Greg Kline, Sigourney Weaver. reporter receives divine powers from God. come fighter pilots and romantic rivals in 1941. Kinnear. The story of football’s Vince Papale. (3:00) Hall of Clarence King of the The Cleve- Family Guy Rick and American Family Guy Robot Aqua Teen Squidbillies Family Guy Rick and American Family Guy Robot Game 2014 “Pilot” ‘PG’ Hill ‘PG’ land Show ‘14’ Morty ‘14’ Dad ‘14’ ‘14’ Chicken Hunger “Sharif” ‘14’ ‘14’ Morty ‘14’ Dad ‘14’ ‘14’ Chicken Finding Bigfoot: Further Finding Bigfoot: Further Dude, You’re Screwed An Dude, You’re Screwed “Green Dude, You’re Screwed “Em- Dude, You’re Screwed “Con- Dude, You’re Screwed “Green Dude, You’re Screwed “EmEvidence ‘PG’ Evidence ‘PG’ Icelandic volcano. ‘PG’ Hell” ‘PG’ brace the Suck” ‘PG’ quering Alaska” ‘PG’ Hell” ‘PG’ brace the Suck” ‘PG’ Austin & Dog With a A.N.T. Farm Good Luck Jessie ‘G’ Liv & Mad- Good Luck Charlie Teddy is I Didn’t Do Austin & A.N.T. Farm Jessie ‘G’ Good Luck A.N.T. 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Scream” ‘14’ Undercover Boss “Tilted Undercover Boss “Chicago Undercover Boss “Johnny Undercover Boss “Subway” Cake Boss Cake Boss Here Comes Here Comes Cake Boss Cake Boss Here Comes Here Comes Kilt” ‘14’ Cubs” ‘PG’ Rockets” ‘PG’ ‘PG’ (N) ‘PG’ ‘PG’ Honey Honey ‘PG’ ‘PG’ Honey Honey Fast N’ Loud A ’60 Bel-Air. Fast N’ Loud “Troll’s Choice The Devils Ride Restoring Rods N’ Wheels: Rustoration Rods N’ Wheels “Corvette The Devils Ride “New Blood” Rods N’ Wheels “Corvette The Devils Ride “New Blood” ‘14’ Rolls-Royce” ‘14’ reputations. ‘14’ (N) ‘PG’ Gold” (N) ‘14’ (N) ‘14’ Gold” ‘14’ ‘14’ Greatest Mysteries: Smith- America Declassified ‘PG’ America Declassified ‘PG’ Bizarre Foods America “The Bizarre Foods America Hotel Impossible “Breaking Hotel Impossible (N) ‘PG’ Bizarre Foods America sonian ‘G’ Blues Trail” ‘PG’ “Washington D.C.” ‘PG’ Point” (N) ‘PG’ “Washington D.C.” ‘PG’ Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Swamp People “Once BitSwamp People “Aerial AsSwamp People “Gator Pawn Stars (:31) Pawn (:02) Swamp People “Once (:01) Swamp People “Aerial ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ten” ‘PG’ sault” ‘PG’ Jacked” (N) ‘PG’ ‘PG’ Stars ‘PG’ Bitten” ‘PG’ Assault” ‘PG’ Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Bad Ink (N) Bad Ink ‘14’ (:01) Don’t (:31) Don’t (:01) Duck (:31) Duck ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘14’ Trust Andrew Trust Andrew Dynasty ‘PG’ Dynasty ‘PG’ Mayne Mayne Love It or List It, Too “Tokiko Love It or List It, Too “Betty- Love It or List It A four-bed- Love It or List It “Catherine Love It or List It (N) ‘G’ House Hunt- Hunters Int’l Love It or List It “The Barrett Love It or List It ‘G’ and James” ‘G’ Lou and Eric” ‘G’ room house. ‘G’ & Scott” ‘G’ ers (N) ‘G’ Family” ‘G’ The Pioneer Rachael Ray Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Guy’s Grocery Games “Cart Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Worst Cooks in America Mystery Din- Mystery Din- Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Worst Cooks in America Woman ‘G’ Your Engines” ‘G’ (N) ‘G’ “Worse Than Ever” ‘G’ ers ‘G’ ers ‘G’ “Worse Than Ever” ‘G’ The Profit “Car Cash” The Profit A flower shop in The Profit A popcorn stand The Profit An all-natural The Profit A state-of-the-art The Profit A family-run ice Free Money Paid Program Paid Program Hair Loss Southern California. makes millions. cleaning supply company. dog care facility. cream company is torn. For You! Solutions The O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File (N) Hannity (N) The O’Reilly Factor The Kelly File Hannity On the Record With Greta Red Eye (N) Van Susteren Futurama ‘PG’ Futurama ‘PG’ South Park Tosh.0 ‘14’ The Colbert Daily Show/ Futurama ‘14’ Futurama ‘14’ South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show/ The Colbert (:01) At Mid- (:31) South ‘MA’ Report ‘PG’ Jon Stewart ‘MA’ ‘MA’ ‘MA’ ‘MA’ Jon Stewart Report ‘PG’ night ‘14’ Park ‘MA’ (3:00) “Red Faction: Origins” “Skyline” (2010) Eric Balfour, Scottie Thompson. An alien Bitten Elena’s human life is Being Human “Cheater of the Lost Girl “Of All the Gin Bitten Elena’s human life is Being Human “Cheater of the (2011) ‘14’ force threatens to swallow up Earth’s population. disrupted. (N) ‘14’ Pack” (N) ‘14’ Joints” (N) ‘14’ disrupted. ‘14’ Pack” ‘14’

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(:01) Castle The death of a ABC News at (:35) Jimmy Kimmel Live (:37) Nightline high school mean girl. (N) ‘PG’ 10 (N) Jennifer Lopez; Silversun (N) ‘G’ Pickups. (N) ‘14’ Family Guy 30 Rock ‘14’ Law & Order: Special Vic- Law & Order: Special Vic- American Family Guy 30 Rock “Pilot” How I Met The Office It’s Always ‘14’ tims Unit An animal-rights tims Unit Narcotics-related Dad “Haylias” A storm hits ‘14’ Your Mother “Initiation” ‘14’ Sunny in activist is murdered. ‘14’ rape/murder. ‘14’ ‘14’ Quahog. ‘14’ ‘14’ Philadelphia KTVA 6 p.m. Evening News How I Met 2 Broke Girls Mike & Molly Mom ‘14’ Intelligence Microscopic KTVA Night- (:35) Late Show With David Late Late (N) Your Mother ‘14’ ‘14’ robots kill scientists. ‘14’ cast Letterman ‘PG’ Show/Craig The Big Bang The Big Bang Almost Human “Disrupt” A The Following “Reflection” Fox 4 News at 9 (N) The Arsenio Hall Show ‘14’ Two and a TMZ (N) ‘PG’ Theory ‘PG’ Theory ‘14’ smart home turns on its oc- Ryan and Max capture a susHalf Men ‘PG’ cupants. (N) ‘14’ pect. (N) ‘14’ Channel 2 The Olympic XXII Winter Olympics Figure Skating, Snowboarding, Freestyle Skiing, Ski Jumping. From Sochi, Russia. Channel 2 The Tonight Show Starring Newshour (N) Zone (N) Figure skating: ice dancing; snowboarding; freestyle skiing; ski jumping. (N Same-day Tape) News: Late Jimmy Fallon Actor Will Edition (N) Smith; U2 performs. PBS NewsHour (N) Antiques Roadshow “Baton Antiques Roadshow “Pitts- Independent Lens Martha Sun Studio On Story ‘G’ Charlie Rose (N) Rouge” Diamond and platinum burgh” Correspondence by Washington Pageant and Ball. Sessions ‘G’ ring. (N) ‘G’ Cole Porter. ‘G’ (N) ‘PG’

America’s Funniest Home America’s Funniest Home Videos ‘PG’ Videos ‘PG’ Computer Shop “Electronics Isaac Mizrahi Live ‘G’ HotSpot” ‘G’ “Did You Hear About the Morgans?” (2009, Comedy) Hugh Grant, Sarah Jessica Parker. Agents whisk two Manhattan murder witnesses away to Wyoming. NCIS: Los Angeles “Recruit” NCIS: Los Angeles “Kill ‘14’ House” ‘14’ Seinfeld “The Seinfeld “The Seinfeld “The Family Guy Note” ‘PG’ Truth” ‘PG’ Dog” ‘PG’ ‘14’

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It’s Always Sunny in (6) Philadelphia Late Late Show/Craig (8) TMZ (N) ‘PG’ (9)

NBC Nightly Channel 2 The Olympic XXII Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, Bobsled, Short Track. From Sochi, Russia. Alpine ski- Channel 2 The Tonight Show Starring News (N) ‘G’ Newshour (N) Zone (N) ing: women’s giant slalom; freestyle skiing; bobsled; short track. (N Same-day Tape) News: Late Jimmy Fallon (N) (10) Edition (N) Alaska PBS NewsHour (N) Grand Coulee Dam: Ameri- The Rise and Fall of Penn Frontline “Generation Like” Vintage ‘G’ The Mind of Charlie Rose (N) Weather ‘G’ can Experience ‘PG’ Station: American Experi- Teens and companies that a Chef “Left (12) ence (N) ‘PG’ target them. ‘PG’ overs” ‘PG’

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Wife Swap “Yonts/Jan-Turan” External vs. internal beauty. ‘PG’ Law & Order: Special Vic- Law & Order: Special Vic (28) USA 105 242 tims Unit ‘14’ tims Unit “Mask” ‘14’ The King of The King of Seinfeld “The Seinfeld “The (30) TBS 139 247 Queens ‘PG’ Queens ‘PG’ Library” ‘PG’ Pen” ‘G’

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UFC Reloaded “UFC 135: Jones vs Rampage” Jones vs. Jackson; Hughes (36) ROOT 426 651 Wake Forest at Maryland. (36) Show (N) vs. Koscheck. (3:30) “Bad Boys” (1995, Action) Martin Lawrence, Will Smith, Tea Leoni. “Law Abiding Citizen” (2009) Jamie Foxx, Gerard Butler. A prosecutor gets “Death Sentence” (2007, Suspense) Kevin Bacon, Garrett Hedlund. A man “Death Wish” (38) SPIKE 168 325 Two Miami cops attempt to recover stolen police evidence. (38) caught up in a vengeful prisoner’s twisted scheme. sets out for revenge after gang members kill his son. “Pearl Harbor” (2001, War) Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, Kate Beckinsale. Best friends be“Titanic” (1997, Historical Drama) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane. A woman falls for an artist aboard the ill-fated ship. “The Bone (43) AMC 130 254 come fighter pilots and romantic rivals in 1941. Collector” (43) Uncle Grand- Adventure King of the The Cleve- American American Family Guy Family Guy Robot Aqua Teen Squidbillies American American Family Guy Family Guy Robot (46) TOON 176 296 pa (N) (46) Time ‘PG’ Hill ‘PG’ land Show Dad ‘14’ Dad ‘14’ ‘14’ ‘14’ Chicken Hunger ‘MA’ Dad ‘14’ Dad ‘14’ ‘14’ ‘14’ Chicken Finding Bigfoot: Further Wild Russia ‘PG’ Wild Russia The creatures Wild Russia ‘PG’ Wild Russia ‘PG’ Wild Russia ‘PG’ Wild Russia ‘PG’ Wild Russia ‘PG’ (47) ANPL 184 282 Evidence ‘PG’ (47) that inhabit Siberia. ‘PG’ Gravity Falls Gravity Falls Jessie ‘G’ Austin & Dog With a Liv & Mad- “Meet the Robinsons” (2007) Voices of Phineas and Jessie ‘G’ Austin & A.N.T. Farm Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck (49) DISN 173 291 ‘Y7’ ‘Y7’ Ally ‘G’ Blog ‘G’ die ‘G’ Angela Bassett, Daniel Hansen. 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College Basketball North Carolina State at Virginia Tech. College Basketball St. Mary’s at Santa Clara. (N) (Live) College Basketball Wyoming at Colorado State. (N) (Live) (N) (Live) Auction Hunt- Auction Hunt- Auction Hunt- Auction Hunt- Thrift Hunters Thrift Hunters Auction Hunt- Auction Hunt- Auction Hunt- Auction Hunt- Cops ‘PG’ Cops ‘PG’ Cops ‘PG’ Cops ‘PG’ Cops ‘14’ Cops ‘14’ ers ers ers ers ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ers ers ers ers The RifleRawhide Trouble for Rowdy. “The Frisco Kid” (1979, Western) Gene Wilder, Harrison Ford. A cowboy “Scarface” (1983, Crime Drama) Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer. A Cuban immigrant fights to the top of Miami’s man ‘G’ ‘PG’ escorts a Polish rabbi on a wild westward journey. drug trade. Johnny Test Johnny Test World of World of Teen Titans Teen Titans Regular Show Regular Show Regular Show Adventure Adventure Adventure Steven Uni- Uncle “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Ro‘Y7’ ‘Y7’ Gumball Gumball Go! ‘Y7’ Go! ‘Y7’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ ‘PG’ Time ‘PG’ Time ‘PG’ Time ‘PG’ verse ‘PG’ Grandpa drick Rules” (2011) Pit Bulls & Parolees: UnPit Bulls and Parolees “Flood Pit Bulls and Parolees “Out Pit Bulls and Parolees “Shell Pit Bulls and Parolees ‘PG’ Pit Bulls and Parolees Pit Bulls and Parolees “Can’t Pit Bulls and Parolees “Collichained ‘PG’ Watch” ‘PG’ of the Dark” ‘PG’ Shocked” ‘PG’ “Puppy-Palooza” ‘PG’ Give Up” ‘PG’ sion Course” ‘PG’ Jessie ‘G’ Austin & Jessie ‘G’ Dog With a Good Luck Charlie Teddy is Jessie ‘G’ Jessie ‘G’ Jessie ‘G’ A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Austin & Austin & Austin & Dog With a Ally ‘G’ Blog ‘G’ leaving for college. ‘G’ ‘G’ ‘G’ ‘G’ Ally ‘G’ Ally ‘G’ Ally ‘G’ Blog ‘G’ SpongeBob SquarePants SpongeBob Sanjay and Breadwinners SpongeBob Power Rang- SpongeBob Breadwinners Sanjay and The Fairly OddParents “Abracatastrophe” SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob “Truth or Square” ‘Y7’ Craig ‘Y7’ (N) ‘Y7’ ers ‘Y7’ Craig ‘Y7’ Timmy gets a special gift. ‘Y’ “Ice Princess” (2005) Joan Cusack, Kim Cattrall. A teen “Snow Dogs” (2002, Comedy) Cuba Gooding Jr. A Miami “D2: The Mighty Ducks” (1994, Comedy) Emilio Estevez, Kathryn Erbe. The “The Sandlot” (1993, Comedy-Drama) Tom chases her dream of becoming a figure skater. dentist becomes a sled-dog racer in Alaska. young Ducks take part in the Junior Goodwill Games. Guiry, Mike Vitar, Patrick Renna. Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Cheapskates ‘PG’ Dateline: Real Life Mysteries Dateline: Real Life Myster- Dateline: Real Life Myster- Dateline: Real Life MysterChea. Chea. Chea. Chea. Chea. Chea. “Obsession” ‘14’ ies ‘14’ ies ‘14’ ies ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’ Amish Mafia ‘14’

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Food Paradise “Meatloaf Food Paradise “Deli Paradise” Food Paradise Chili dog famParadise” ‘G’ ‘PG’ ily feud. ‘G’ Counting Counting Counting Counting Counting Counting Cars ‘PG’ Cars ‘PG’ Cars ‘PG’ Cars ‘PG’ Cars ‘PG’ Cars ‘PG’ “Failure to Launch” (2006, Romance-Comedy) Matthew Wahlburgers Discussing McConaughey, Sarah Jessica Parker. A man’s parents hatch a plans for the restaurant. ‘PG’ plan to move him out of the house. House Hunt- House Hunt- House Hunt- H Hunt. Int’l H Hunt. Int’l H Hunt. Int’l ers: Where? ers: Where? ers: Where? Restaurant: Impossible Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Guy’s Grocery Games “Cart “Muskrat Mayhem” ‘G’ Your Engines” ‘G’ Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program The Car Chasers “Auction Fever” America’s News Headquar- America’s News Headquar- Journal Edi- America’s News Headquarters (N) Healthy You America’s The Five America’s News Headquar- FOX Report (N) (67) FNC 205 360 ters (N) ters (N) torial Rpt. News HQ ters (N) “Barbershop” (2002) Ice Cube, Anthony Anderson. A barber- “Life” (1999, Comedy-Drama) Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence. Two wrongly “Trading Places” (1983, Comedy) Dan Aykroyd, Eddie Murphy. Two men’s Key & Peele Key & Peele (81) COM 107 249 shop owner considers selling his establishment. convicted felons make the most of life in jail. lives are altered by a bet made between tycoons. ‘14’ ‘14’ “Pandorum” (2009, Science Fiction) Dennis Quaid, Ben Foster, Cam Gigan- “Repo Men” (2010, Science Fiction) Jude Law, Forest Whitaker. Agents “Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant” (2009, Fan“Blade II” (2002) Wesley (82) SYFY 122 244 det. Astronauts awake on a seemingly abandoned spacecraft. repossess transplanted organs for nonpayment. tasy) John C. Reilly, Ken Watanabe. Snipes, Kris Kristofferson.

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Rules of En- Rules of En- Rules of En- Rules of En- 30 Rock ‘14’ 30 Rock ‘14’ It’s Always Dharma & ’Til Death ‘PG’ ’Til Death ‘PG’ gagement gagement gagement gagement Sunny Greg ‘PG’ Computers & Tablets “Elec- Anthony Robbins Ultimate Roberta’s Unique Gardens Everyday Electronics ‘G’ tronics HotSpot” ‘G’ Edge ‘G’ ‘G’ Movie ‘G’ “Status: Unknown” (2014, Suspense) Stacey Oristano, “The Girl He Met Online” (2014, Suspense) Yvonne Zima, (:02) “Status: Unknown” Stephen Colletti, Brea Grant. A woman tries to find the where- Mary-Margaret Humes. A man’s relationship with a bipolar (2014, Suspense) Stacey abouts of an old friend. woman becomes dangerous. ‘PG’ Oristano, Stephen Colletti. “Indiana (:27) “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (1981, Adventure) Harrison Ford, Karen Al- Modern Fam- Modern Fam- Modern Fam- Modern Fam- Modern Fam- Modern Fam- NCIS: Los Angeles “Killshot” NCIS: Los Angeles “Keepin’ (28) USA 105 242 Jones” len. An archaeologist races Nazis to find a powerful relic. ily ‘PG’ ily ‘PG’ ily ‘PG’ ily ‘PG’ ily ‘PG’ ily ‘PG’ ‘14’ It Real” ‘PG’ 4’ The King of The King of Everybody Everybody Everybody Everybody The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang The Big Bang King of the Nerds “Trek Wars” Cougar Town Men at Work ‘14’ “Hi, Jude” ‘14’ (30) TBS 139 247 Queens ‘PG’ Queens ‘14’ Loves Ray- Loves Ray- Loves Ray- Loves Ray- Theory ‘14’ Theory ‘14’ Theory ‘PG’ Theory ‘PG’ Theory ‘PG’ Theory ‘PG’ Debating an age-old quesmond ‘PG’ mond ‘PG’ mond ‘PG’ mond ‘PG’ tion. ‘14’ m “Clash of the “The Book of Eli” (2010, Action) Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman. A lone “Cowboys & Aliens” (2011, Science Fiction) Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford. (:32) “Cowboys & Aliens” (2011, Science Fiction) Daniel Craig, Harrison (31) TNT 138 245 Titans” warrior carries hope across a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Extraterrestrials attack a 19th-century Arizona town. Ford. Extraterrestrials attack a 19th-century Arizona town. College GameDay (N) (Live) College Basketball Arizona at Colorado. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (34) ESPN 140 206 College Basketball Missouri at Alabama. (N) (Live)

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