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2 die in single-vehicle rollover ANCHORAGE — Two Nome women have died in a car crash in the western Alaska town. Troopers say 24-yearold Tiffany Habros and 21-year-old Christine Buffas died at the scene. Troopers say they were notified early Tuesday about the single-vehicle rollover. According to troopers, Buffas was driving fast on Kougarok Road with Habros as a passenger when the vehicle left the road. Troopers say Buffas overcorrected the vehicle, causing it to flip several times. The women were not wearing seatbelts. Their remains were being sent to the state medical examiner’s office.

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Dems to ‘see where the facts take us’ As Robert Mueller appears Wednesday for televised testimony before two House committees, Democrats hope America tunes in. By Mary Clare Jalonick and Eric Tucker Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Democrats are pretty sure America didn’t read the Mueller report. On Wednesday, they’re hoping the nation will be glued to the TV version. Former Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller’s appearance before two House committees promises to be the TV event of the year in the U.S. House, where lawmakers will question him for roughly five hours about the book-length report he released in April. Democrats hope that by putting Mueller on television and highlighting the parts of the report that they believe describe President Donald Trump’s most egregious behavior, they will be able to ignite new outrage and renew public interest in their investigations. But Republicans will be there, too, defending Trump and turning some of their fire on Mueller’s investigation, which the president condemns

as a “witch hunt.” Trump himself first said he wouldn’t be watching, then he conceded, probably “a little bit.” Though he keeps talking about the probe, many Americans seem to have moved on. That’s why the Democrats hope a daylong presentation, with Mueller repeating out loud some of the findings that might have faded in print, will revive interest. Whether they will be able to accomplish that is unclear. The House will leave town two days after the hearings, possibly blunting any legislative or political momentum. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said she will not pursue impeachment, for now, even as an increasing number of Democrats call for at least beginning the process. The nation has heard the special counsel speak only once — for nine minutes at a press conference in May — since his appointment in May 2017. And he will do his best not to generate fireworks on Wednesday. He has said his testimony will stick to what was in his 448-page report,

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Then-special counsel Robert Mueller speaks at the Department of Justice in Washington on May 29 about the Russia investigation.

giving Democrats few new avenues to gain attention. On Tuesday, Democrats on the House judiciary and intelligence committees granted his request to have his top aide in the investigation, Aaron Zebley, sit at the table with him. Zebley is not expected to be sworn in for questioning by the judiciary

Planned airport construction may create 1,000 jobs ANCHORAGE — New storage facility construction projects at the Anchorage airport could create more than 1,000 jobs, officials said. Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport plans to build a cold cargo storage building on its east side and anther cargo building on the property’s west side, KTVA-TV reported Monday. Construction could start next year with expected opening dates in 2021, said airport manager Jim Szczesniak. “The Anchorage airport is responsible for one in 10 jobs in the Anchorage area,” Szczesniak said. “This is just to continue to grow the economy here and strengthen the economy here.” The cost of the buildings could reach $370 million, said Jason Gamache, an architect involved with the project. The projection of more than 1,000 jobs includes design, engineering and construction work. “Beyond that there will be employment for the permanent workers for those facilities as well,” Gamache said. The cold cargo building is projected to be 700,000 square-feet, while the west side storage is planned to be 1.5 million square feet. Cargo passing through the airport in 2018 grew by 2.5% and is expected to increase. Some cargo now remains on ramps waiting to be loaded, while

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panel. But he will be able to answer questions before the intelligence committee, where, a committee aide said, he will be sworn in. The aide was not authorized to discuss the hearing preparations publicly and requested anonymity. See mueller, Page A2

MediCenter searched as part of fraud probe By Brian Mazurek Peninsula Clarion

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Jennifer Canfield, co-owner of marijuana retailer Green Elephant, talks June 24 about how the company might turn its backyard into an on-site consumption garden if given permission by the city of Juneau.

Juneau OKs on-site pot smoking By Ben Hohenstatt Juneau Empire

Consuming marijuana at the stores that sell it will be allowed in Juneau — with a couple of big caveats. The City and Borough of Juneau Assembly approved Monday an ordinance that would allow outdoor smoking at state-approved sellers and indoor consumption of edibles. The decision followed months of debate about whether on-site smoking could be allowed without causing problems for the city’s secondhand smoke laws. “If you don’t like marijuana smoke,

you should be for this ordinance,” Assembly member Wade Bryson said during the meeting. He reiterated points he has made in the past that allowing on-site consumption could potentially curb the number of people illegally, publicly consuming marijuana. Being pro-business and keeping marijuana smoke out of public spaces were among the reasons given by Assembly members Maria Gladziszewski, Carole Triem, Alicia Hughes-Skandijs, Rob Edwardson and Michelle Bonnet Hale for supporting the ordinance, which

passed by a 6-2 vote. Assembly member Mary Becker and Mayor Beth Weldon voted against the ordinance. “I don’t want marijuana used outside or inside,” Becker said. “If I had my way, it’d be nowhere, but I do not have my way.” Prior to the vote on the ordinance, Weldon proposed an amendment that would only allow outdoor consumption of marijuana via vaping in order to cut down on secondhand smoke in the air. That amendment failed. See pot, Page A3

The offices of the MediCenter Medical Group in Kenai were subjected to a search by a joint state and federal investigative team on Thursday, according to a statement from Chief Assistant Attorney General Jack McKenna from the Office of Special Prosecutions. McKenna said that investigators from the State of Alaska’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit executed a search warrant last Thursday related to activities at the MediCenter. The warrant was issued by Anchorage District Court Judge David Wallace, and a companion search warrant was issued by a judge in the state of Washington. McKenna did not comment on the specifics of the search, but he did say that the focus of the investigation is “questioned billing practices” by the MediCenter. Members of the Kenai community, particularly members of the local medical community, who may have information related to this matter, should contact Investigator Christie Loughton at 907-269-6279. The management team at the MediCenter was unavailable for comment. For more information about the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, which is a unit within the Office of Special Prosecutions, visit http:// www.law.state.ak.us/department/ criminal/mfcu.html.

The High Pets headline this week’s concert in the park By Brian Mazurek Peninsula Clarion

For the eighth week of the Levitt AMP Soldotna Music Series, Anchorage rock band The High Pets will be taking the stage at Soldotna Creek Park. Inspired by bands like Queens of the Stone Age and Soundgarden, The High Pets have a self-described gritty pop rock sound that combines intricate melodies with arena-style rock ’n’ roll. Opening for the High Pets will be Kyle Baltus, who is the drummer for another Alaska band, 36 Crazyfists. The music will start at 6 p.m. and the concert is free for everyone thanks to a grant from the Levitt Foundation, an organization that helps small towns bring live music to their communities. In addition to the music, the evening will feature games, crafts and food from local vendors, as well as a beer garden hosted by Kenai River Brewing Company. The concerts are held every Wednesday evening, and the series is set for four more weeks of bringing free music and entertainment to the community.

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Trump complained Tuesday night about Zebley’s presence, calling him a “Never Trumper” and tweeting: “What a disgrace to our system. Never heard of this before. VERY UNFAIR, SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED.” On Monday, the Justice Department sent a letter to Mueller asking him not to stray beyond his report. The letter, which was in response to a request from Mueller for information about limitations or potential privilege issues, gives him a formal directive to point to if he faces questions he does not want to answer. House intelligence committee Chairman Adam Schiff said in a letter to Mueller on Tuesday that the Justice Department letter “represents yet another attempt by the Trump Administration to obstruct the authorized oversight activity and legitimate investigations of the Committee.” He said he expects the Justice letter to have “no bearing” on Mueller’s testimony. Absent any bombshells, Democrats insist they just want Mueller to speak the words he wrote on paper in April. “For many Americans, just learning what’s in the report will be a revelation,” said Schiff, D-Calif. “And what the impact of that will be on the Congress or what the impact of that on the country, I don’t know.” Schiff said Democrats will be combatting Trump’s insistence that the report found “no collusion” and “no obstruction.” To stay focused, aides on the House Judiciary and intelligence committees, which will hold the back-to-back hearings, have worked with members to organize the questioning. Democrats on the Judiciary panel will focus on Mueller’s probe into obstruction of justice, which concluded that the president could not be exonerated. Attorney General William Barr and former

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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said on their own, after reviewing Mueller’s report, that the evidence on obstruction was not sufficient to support a criminal charge. The Democrats will point to a handful of episodes reviewed by Mueller, including Trump’s directions to White House Counsel Donald McGahn to have Mueller removed and, once that was made public, orders from Trump to McGahn to deny it happened. Democrats also will focus on meetings Trump had with former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in which the Republican president directed Lewandowski to persuade then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to limit Mueller’s investigation, and tell Sessions he was fired if he wouldn’t meet with him. The Democratic aides, who requested anonymity to discuss the preparations, say they believe those episodes are clear examples of obstruction of justice, and are easy for the public to understand. To prepare, the Judiciary aides held a mock hearing with lawmakers Tuesday afternoon. Democratic members of the intelligence panel, which will question Mueller second, will mostly inquire about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and Russian contacts with the Trump campaign. Mueller said there wasn’t enough evidence to establish a conspiracy between Trump’s campaign and Russia. Republicans, on the other hand, are expected to focus in part on the origins of the Russia investigation, as well as evidence they see of potential bias in the FBI’s handling of the probe. That’s what Trump has been saying repeatedly, in rallies, in tweets and impromptu South Lawn exchanges with reporters. Pelosi has said Democrats will “see where the facts take us,” and then “we’ll see what happens after that.” Instead of impeachment, she has urged her committees to continue to investigate Trump and his

administration. A six-page document circulated by her office on Tuesday details legislation the Democrats will push after the Mueller hearing, including efforts to secure elections from future foreign interference and requirements that campaigns report such interference. Pelosi’s office is also spearheading a social media campaign, starting Tuesday, with lawmakers sending around two dozen quotes that they see as the most damning in Mueller’s report. Democrats will also tweet and post

about what they see as unanswered questions from the document. The Democrats have been frustrated by Trump’s declaration that he will fight all of their subpoenas and decline to cooperate with any of their investigations. They have encountered reluctant witness after reluctant witness, and little new information from those who have talked. The House Judiciary Committee has been preparing a lawsuit to try and compel witnesses to cooperate, but it has yet to be filed.


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Kirsten Elizabeth Amend May 25, 1997 - July 15, 2019

Kirsten Elizabeth Amend left this planet July 15th, 2019, while stationed in Germany with the United States Air Force. She was born at home in Kenai, Alaska May 25th, 1997. She lived in Kasilof and Kenai her whole life until joining the Air Force. She was a lover of cats, dogs, bunnies and most small, furry creatures. She was great at origami, Sudoku, baking, making jewelry, and pretty much anything she tried her hand at. She wanted to travel the world, and Germany and Japan were at the top of her list. Her crazy chuckle and wacky humor will stay with us forever. She is survived by her parents: Oliver Jr. and Sarah Amend (Kasilof, AK); Her siblings: Wendy Amend (Kenai, AK), Heidi Amend (Homer, AK) Faith Amend (Sioux Falls, SD), Felicity Amend (Kenai, AK), Nathanael Amend (Japan), Benjamin Amend (Texas), Emily Amend (Kasilof, AK). Her half Siblings: Oliver Amend 3 rd (Kenai, AK), and John Amend. Her nieces and nephews: Sephira, Sebestian, Averee, Knox, Xander and Kiana; Her Grandmas: Eleanore Baun (McMinnville, OR) and Cissy Amend (Hilo, HI); and numerous Aunts, Uncles, cousins and 2nd cousins. She is preceded in death by her Grandpas: Karl Baun and Oliver Amend SR.; her Aunt Susie Lynch; and her nephew Zian Amend. A private service will be held at the Peninsula Memorial Chapel. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your local animal shelter.

Big Latch On carnival

Join us at Soldotna Creek Park on Saturday, Aug. 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the 2019 Big Latch On, a global event designed to show community support for nursing mothers. The official count for nursing mothers is at 10:30 a.m. Join us for carnival-themed games and activities, cupcake walk, gunny sack races, vendors, door prizes, free hot dogs and cotton candy, drinks and more.

Ninilchik Senior Citizens membership meeting Ninilchik Senior Citizens, Inc. annual membership meeting will take place Thursday, July 25 at 1 p.m. There will be elections for the board of directors. Please join us for Turkey Lunch and stay for the meeting. To vote at Thursday’s meeting your membership must be current.

North Peninsula Recreation Service Area events — Log Rolling is being offered at the Nikiski Pool on Tuesdays from 7:45-8:45 p.m. throughout the summer. This is free family fun class. Registration is not required. Pool admission rates apply. For more information, contact Nigel at 776-8800. — Pre-School Aquatic Play Classes will be offered in July and August. This class is for little ones 3-6 years of age. Parent are not required to be in the water. Students will have fun exploring the water through games with Mr. Nigel. For more information, call 776-8800. — Youth Coed Flag Football Registration for 4th-8th grade boys and girls is being offered. Deadline to register is August 9th. The season starts August 12. For more information, contact Jackie at 776-8800. — Nikiski Pool’s Annual Cardboard &

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cargo is held in storage about 1.5 miles from aircrafts, Szczesniak said. The new buildings would allow more cargo to pass through, he said. “Instead of getting little chunks of seafood we can send out, we can send out volumes of seafood, and it opens the market to different parts of the world,” Szczesniak said.

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Trunk show by Pam Ventgen

The Kenai Peninsula Quilting Guild is sponsoring a Trunk Show by Pam Ventgen at Christ Lutheran Church, 128 Soldotna Ave. in Soldotna on Friday, July 26, at 7 p.m. Pam has been sewing since fourth grade and quilting for nearly 30 years. She enjoys all aspects of quilting, including machine piecing, foundation paper piecing, applique and hand stitching. Pam lives in Anchorage but has taught all across the state, including in Dillingham, Kodiak, Valdez, Haines, Palmer and the Kenai

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Triem said there are places outdoors where cigarettes are allowed to be smoked and marijuana should be regulated the same way. During public testimony, both people for and against on-site consumption were critical of the ordinance. Residents such as Kristin Cox and Emily Davis spoke to the harmful impacts of secondhand smoke. Those connected to the marijuana industry such as Jennifer Canfield, co-owner of marijuana retailer Green Elephant; and Ben Wilcox, co-owner of THC Alaska; criticized the ordinance for not allowing on-site smoking, which is allowed under state law. Wilcox said he is a lifelong non-driver, but he has to be subjected to exhaust everyday. “We’re looking for 100 percent safety?” Wilcox asked. “We’re in Alaska. We have crabbing. We have oil.” Canfield said marijuana retailers are simply trying

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Kenai Performers present “Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch” — a melodrama — FridaySunday, Aug. 16-18 and Friday-Sunday, Aug 23-25 at their 44045 B-Beach location (backside of Subway). Friday and Saturday shows at 7 p.m., Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Tickets are $18 each and available online at www.kenaiperformers.org, or at the door. Price includes pie a la mode served during intermission. Come see this hilarious, interactive show where you are encouraged to “boo” the villain and “cheer” the hero! For more information call Terri at 252-6808.

FAIRBANKS — An Alaska company is finalizing plans to acquire and develop a site for mining metals that would be exported abroad, a report said. Trilogy Metals plans to develop an ore extraction site called Arctic in northwest Alaska where about 43 million tons of reserves were discovered, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported Sunday. T h e p re d o m i n a n t l y

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John Galley and friends invite everyone who knew Diane Galley and enjoyed her caring nature and personality to join them in a celebration of her life, this Saturday, July 27th at 1:00 pm at the Funny River Community Center on Pioneer Ave, Funny River. Please stay for a Potluck (bring a side dish if you can) and BBQ (meat provided) following the celebration. For more information, call John Galley at 509-9515990

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Duct Tape Boat Challenge will be offered on Monday Aug. 5, at 6 p.m. Teams must register in advance and will build a boat from duct tape and cardboard, and see if the boat can survive the pool obstacle course. Two age categories and teams of 3-5 people. For more information or to register please call Nigel at 776-8800. — An American Red Cross Lifeguard Class will be offered August 26-30 at the Nikiski Pool, 5-10pm. Participants must be at lease 16 years of age and able to pass a swim test. This class can be free….Ask for Details. For more information or to register contact Nigel at 776-8800. Check out our website for: www. NorthPenRec.com or Facebook page.

copper deposit is located in the Ambler Mining District about 300 miles north of Fairbanks. “It’s mostly a copper story although there’s also zinc, lead and precious metals and some cobalt,” Trilogy Metals President and CEO Rick Van Nieuwenhuyse said. Trilogy hopes to finalize its plan to extract and transport metal ore from the site to Asia by the end of this year.

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Peninsula. Pam is a recently retired professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage and in her spare time enjoys travelling as much as she can.

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TRASHercise is a City of Kenai sponsored event that encourages Kenai citizens to get out exercise and clean up our City simultaneously. Join us Thursday, July 25 from 12-1 p.m. in Old Town Kenai and meet at the Old Town Playground. Together we’ll make a difference and get some exercise. All TRASHercise events are pending suitable weather conditions. Gloves and bags will be provided. For additional information call 283-8262 or 283-8235.

Sterling Community Center dinner and dedication The Sterling Community Center is installing a memorial plaque and hosting a dinner and dedication ceremony in remembrance of those that helped establish the Sterling community on Saturday, Aug. 3 at the Sterling Community Center. Doors and bar open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner, prepared by Moose River BBQ, will be served at 6:15 p.m. Famous Pie Auction to follow. Tickets: $20 adults, $10 children 12 and under. Call 907-262-7224 for more information.

Soldotna High Schools Class of ’89 Soldotna High School Class of 1989 will be holding their 30th Class Reunion this weekend, July 26, 27 and 28. Friday night will be an informal gathering at The Duck Inn (which is now non-smoking) on K-Beach Road from 7 p.m. to ? Saturdday night will be at The Cannery Lodge located at the end of Cannery Road off K-Beach. It starts at 6 p.m. and will go until 10 p.m. We will have catered food, a cash

The metal will be transported by truck, rail and ship through the Port of Alaska in Anchorage for processing in Japan, Korea, China or India, according to a feasibility study the company expects to complete by the end of the year. The site is inaccessible, so a road would have to be built. “We’ve said from the beginning, no road no mine,” Van Nieuwenhuyse said.

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to give people a space to do what they’re already going to do while keeping smoke out of public places. Green Elephant may be the only local seller that could make accommodations to allow on-site outdoors smoking after the ordinance goes into effect in 30 days, but Canfield said she does not think that will happen soon. “It’s not going to happen this year,” she said. However, she said other businesses may attempt to take advantage of allowing on-site indoor edible consumption more quickly. Assembly members agreed that allowing outdoor onsite smoking at stateapproved businesses may just be a first step and other states have show it’s possible to prioritize clean air and allow on-site smoking. Gladziszewski said California was early to placing restrictions on smoking cigarettes in restaurants and other public spaces but allows on-site, indoors smoking. “If California can figure it out, Juneau can figure it out, too,” Gladziszewski said.

bar, bonfire and music. Sunday afternoon will be a family BBQ at the beach house of Scott & Lela Rosin on Chinulna off of Cannery Road from 1-4 p.m. Please bring a side dish or dessert, camp chairs or a beach blanket to sit on & your favorite drink. Beer, water & sodas will be provided. The cost is $50 per person — so $100 for graduate and spouse or friend. All information and the link to pay is shared on the Facebook ~SOHI Class of 1989 30th Class Reunion~. If you’re not on Face Book, you can email Kelly (Keating) Griebel at KellyG@ Century21.com or text her at 907-398-7293.

VFW Progress Days event

Come and join us at the VFW On Saturday, July 27 starting at 12 p.m. There will be food, fun, games, raffles, split the pot, silent auction, VFW fish pins, VFW cookbooks. Open to the Public. Member RV parking for a small fee. All on Birch Street, Soldotna. Info call 262-2722.

Fireweed Guild FiberFest

The Annual Fireweed Guild FiberFest will be held on Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 28-29 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., at the Soldotna Sports Center. Join us to celebrate natural fibers — from sheep, alpacas, llamas, rabbits, musk ox, goats and even dogs! See the many products produced from these fibers by talented Alaska artists. There will be classes for adults and free children’s activities, fiber vendor booths along with a fiber animal exhibit and sheep shearing demo. Local food trucks will be present outside the venue for a tasty lunch or snack. Bring your spinning wheel or your knitting/ crochet project and join the Fiber Friends Circle and socialize with other fiber enthusiasts! The entrance is free and there will be a raffle to win some beautiful hand-made fiber products. Come meet local artists and show your appreciation for Alaska’s fiber industry. For inquiries, contact Nancy at 252-4863. See you there!

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management will oversee road construction with other state agencies. The road would offer private, industrial access and be maintained with private funds, federal

officials said. Draft plans for the road are expected to be released in August followed by a 45-day public comment period, officials said. — Associated Press

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Dems should debate real solutions for affordable health care

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ewer than 10 Democratic presidential candidates may qualify for the September debate at Texas Southern University, which could make it the perfect opportunity to switch the format from a smorgasbord of topics to one that decided key midterm races and could decide the 2020 election — health care. A show of hands during the first two-part debate indicated most of the 20 participants did not support Bernie Sanders’ plan to replace private insurers with a single-payer, government-run program dubbed Medicare for All. But little time was provided for the candidates to discuss alternatives, nor is there much information on most of the candidates’ websites. Time may not be a problem for the Sept. 12-13 debate in Houston, which will require participants to meet more stringent qualification standards. The Democratic National Committee says qualifying candidates must receive 2% or more support in at least four major polls and have at least 130,000 unique donors. An analysis by the poll data website FiveThirtyEight showed only five candidates have reached the qualifying threshold: Sanders, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg. Within striking distance, however, are Beto O’Rourke, Julian Castro, Andrew Yang, Cory Booker, and Amy Klobuchar. Health care is too important a topic for each debater to be given a minute or two to talk about it. More than 20 million Americans have health insurance thanks to the Affordable Care Act, but 44 million still have no health insurance and 38 million have inadequate coverage. Ever since Obamacare was enacted nine years ago, Republicans have tried to kill it. The ACA’s biggest threat now is a lawsuit filed by a number of states that contend the law became null and void two years ago when Congress removed its requirement that people either buy health insurance or pay a tax. It makes no sense that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is spearheading the court fight to invalidate the ACA, which would unnecessarily risk the health of more than 900,000 Texans who have purchased health insurance through Obamacare. The case was heard two weeks ago by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit in New Orleans. Its ruling will undoubtedly be appealed to the Supreme Court, which in 2012 and 2015 issued rulings that upheld the ACA. The court is even more conservative now, however, so the case’s outcome is even harder to predict. Paxton claims his litigation “will give President Trump and Congress the opportunity to replace the failed social experiment with a plan that ensures Texans and all Americans will again have greater choice about what health coverage they need and who will be their doctor.” Since neither Congress nor the president have shown any signs of working hard on an Obamacare replacement, the more likely outcome if Paxton’s suit succeeds would be millions of Americans going without health insurance for months or longer until a viable option is found. That was the situation before Democrats passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010. Medicare for All doesn’t appear to be the immediate answer. The infrastructure Sanders envisions will take years to build. Millions of Americans can’t wait that long, which is why the Democratic candidates who didn’t raise their hands in support for Sanders’ idea need to explain their plans, if they have one. Many others are comfortable keeping the private, employer-provided policies in which more than 50 million Americans are enrolled. Sanders, Warren and Bill de Blasio want to end private insurance almost immediately while Buttigieg, Yang, Kirsten Gillibrand and Marianne Williamson said competition from Medicare for All would eventually drive private insurers out of business. Other candidates said private insurance should remain an option, including Biden, who said improving Obamacare would provide the best option. If the ACA survives judicial review, it definitely will need to be upgraded. Voters need to know what upgrades the candidates would make. Would they bring back the tax penalty? Would they restore the subsidies Trump dumped, which had encouraged insurance companies to enroll Obamacare patients? If they know well in advance that health care is going to be the main topic of the Texas Southern debate, the Democratic contenders who make the cut will have plenty of time to prepare for a discussion of their own health care plans instead of raising their hands to respond to someone else’s idea. — Houston Chronicle, July 23

Medicare for All doesn’t appear to be the immediate answer. The infrastructure Sanders envisions will take years to build. Millions of Americans can’t wait that long, which is why the Democratic candidates who didn’t raise their hands in support for Sanders’ idea need to explain their plans, if they have one.

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alaska voices | Dr. Lily Lou, Dr. Anne Zink and Adam Crum

National measles outbreak has spread to Alaska — Please get vaccinated!

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n July 16, Alaska became part of the national measles epidemic when measles was diagnosed in an unvaccinated Kenai Peninsula teenager who acquired the illness while travelling in the Lower 48. Most of us today haven’t experienced measles firsthand and some wonder, “What’s the big deal?” Some people may have forgotten how serious measles can be. One of the most contagious diseases in the world, measles can lead to severe complications including brain swelling and death. In 2017, over 100,000 people died from measles globally — most of these people were children under 5 years of age. Prior to the widespread availability of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine, 3 to 4 four million people per year were infected with measles in the United States. Of these, nearly 50,000 were hospitalized, 1,000 had brain swelling that sometimes left children deaf or brain damaged, and 500 died annually. In 1978, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) set a goal to eliminate measles. Due to a highly effective vaccination program, in 2000, CDC declared measles eliminated in the United States. Unfortunately, that monumental public health success is now faltering due in large part to misinformation about measles and vaccines, leading some parents to choose not to vaccinate their children. From Jan. 1 to July 18, 2019, 1,148 cases of measles have been confirmed in 30 states across the nation. This is the largest number of measles cases reported in the United States since 1992. Due to poor compliance with CDC’s vaccination recommendations, Alaska’s immunization coverage rates are considerably lower than the level that affords protection for the entire community. “Herd immunity” protects

communities from outbreaks only when the community’s coverage rate exceeds a specified proportion of the population; for measles, immunization rates of at least 95% are required to prevent outbreaks from occurring as long as there are no sizeable social groups within the community with low coverage rates that create pockets of vulnerability. Just like the wildfires we are seeing, a measles outbreak will spread through vulnerable communities and spare those that are better protected. It doesn’t matter who lives in the affected communities; what does matter is whether or not people are vaccinated. Most people feel quite ill if they have measles — fevers can reach as high as 105°F. Complications include diarrhea, ear infections, pneumonia, encephalitis (brain swelling) and a rare degenerative disease that affects the central nervous system called subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) that can appear 7 to 10 years after someone has measles. Measles can also temporarily suppress the immune system in a way similar to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Beyond the immediate health risks, infected individuals should be isolated while ill, which means lost time from work or school and disruption to families. Health care workers may not be allowed to report to work if they are awaiting proof of immunity. The costs of a measles outbreak would ripple through Alaska’s communities in painful ways; that’s why our state’s epidemiologists, public health nurses, health care providers and other community partners are working so hard to help stop the spread of measles now. Prevention is critical for staving off an outbreak and the associated health consequences and costs. The measles virus travels through the air and can linger for up to two

hours after an infected person has left the room; 90% of susceptible people who are exposed to someone with measles will become infected. Those infected will typically start experiencing symptoms within 8-12 days of their exposure, but it can take up to three weeks for symptoms to occur in some people. Infected individuals are contagious from four days before the rash appears until four days after — and should be isolated from other susceptible people during this period. The initial symptoms of measles typically include runny nose, red watery eyes, high fever (>101 °F) and cough, followed by a red, blotchy rash that starts on the head and spreads down the body to the torso, arms and legs. If you think you or your child may be sick it is important to CALL your health care provider before going to the clinic so that the clinic staff can tell you where and when to enter the clinic; this helps prevent exposure to people in the clinic waiting room. While it’s not surprising measles has landed in Alaska, this case represents an important reminder that we all need to pitch in to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and our community from this serious disease. Fortunately, there is a very safe and effective way to do just that — get vaccinated! Once you are vaccinated for measles, immunity is lifelong; no boosters are needed to keep you protected. For more information: measles.dhss. alaska.gov. Dr. Lily Lou, M.D. is a physician board certified in pediatrics and neonatology, and is Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Anne Zink, M.D., is a board certified emergency physician and Alaska’s incoming Chief Medical Officer. Adam Crum, M.S.P.H., is Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.

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Analysis: Budget deal is epitaph for bid to control spending

By Andrew Taylor Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Eight years ago, Washington’s power players reluctantly sealed a pact to curtail federal spending and the debt. Now, with help from President Donald Trump, they are writing its epitaph. The budget deal reached this week by Trump, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican leaders represents the last gasp of the 2011 Budget Control Act, a complex experiment aimed at forcing lawmakers into tough fiscal decisions that they couldn’t arrive at on their own. The verdict on the law, including from its authors, is stark: it was a colossal failure. “A law that was originally conceived to drive deficit reduction is instead driving two-year by two-year deal making irrespective of deficit concerns,” said Mike Spahn, a former Senate Democratic aide. “Now, for the fourth time over, in every different version of divided government, everyone has decided just to blow right past that particular concern.” The law was itself a retreat from promising but ultimately failed “grand bargain” negotiations between thenSpeaker John Boehner and former President Barack Obama aimed at attacking trillion-dollar deficits. But

it was what Washington could then produce in a capital bitterly divided by a tea party-driven House and a Democratic president seeking to cement re-election. The law had two central elements: a “supercommittee” assigned to find $1 trillion-plus in deficit cuts, and a harsh mechanism called sequestration that would trigger wrenching cuts to both the defense and nondefense sides of the federal budget, as a backstop. But the supercommittee never got close to an agreement. Neither negotiating side ever unveiled anything to draw their counterparts into a “hold hands and jump” moment that was a feature of the politically perilous but successful deficit-cutting efforts of the 1990s. Then the backup failed, too. The idea had been that the threat of sequestration would be so awful that it would compel lawmakers to swallow cuts to popular benefit program or tax increases that they otherwise wouldn’t accept. But the resulting jolt to the Washington ecosystem actually increased pressure for more spending over time. For six years lawmakers wrestled with it, with each successive deal adding more to future deficits — in 2013, 2015, 2018 and now — to stop the spending cuts from taking effect.

“When it came right down to it, sequestration was supposed to be such an awful alternative that we would do responsible things instead,” said Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., who served on Obama’s 2010 deficit commission and is a veteran of budget wars dating to the 1980s. “And we didn’t do the responsible things that we needed to do from the budget viewpoint. And we’re kind of stuck with the outcome.” One of the most important dynamics that emerged from the 2011 law was that it empowered then-Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi — and she made the most of it, leveraging her support for must-do debt and spending measures to gain a seat at the table to demand spending increases for domestic appropriations. But pressure against the cuts also came from the Republican side of the aisle, where there was little support for reductions in defense spending. The first deal to replace sequestration came in 2013, after the sequestration cuts started to take effect. That jolted the powerful defense lobby, ultimately resulting in a follow-up pact by then-Budget Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., to blunt the impact of the sequester cuts, paid for — mostly, sort of — by cuts elsewhere in the budget.


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Antitrust probe of Big Tech launched Associated Press

HEALTH NOTIFICATION! specific companies in its announcement. The focus of the investigation closely mirrors a bipartisan probe of Big Tech undertaken by the House Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust. Its chairman, Rep. David Cicilline, a Rhode Island Democrat, has sharply criticized the conduct of Silicon Valley giants and said legislative or regulatory changes may be needed. He has called breaking up the companies a last resort. Major tech companies already facing that congressional scrutiny declined to comment on the Justice Department’s probe. Amazon had no comment. Facebook also did not have an immediate comment. Google directed requests for comments to the testimony its director of economic policy, Adam Cohen, made to the House Judiciary Committee last week. Cohen reiterated the company’s benefits to consumers.

Apple referred to comments from CEO Tim Cook, who told CBS last month he doesn’t think “anybody reasonable” would call Apple a monopoly. Shares of Facebook, Amazon and Apple were down slightly in after-hours trading. One antitrust expert believes the DOJ investigation may prompt regulators to interpret U.S. competition law in new ways. University of Pennsylvania law professor Herbert Hovenkamp said the companies may have been their abusing market power by collectively buying hundreds of startups in recent years to devour their technology and prevent them from growing into formidable rivals. Traditionally, antitrust regulators have only sought to block acquisitions involving large companies in adjacent markets. But Hovenkamp says U.S. antitrust law is broad enough

for regulators to consider the potential damage wrought by relatively small deals, too. Earlier, the Washington Post reported that the Federal Trade Commission will allege that Facebook misled users about its privacy practices as part of an expected settlement of its 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal. The federal business watchdog will reportedly find that Facebook deceived users about how it handled phone numbers it asked for as part of a security feature and provided insufficient information about how to turn off a facial recognition tool for photos. Advertisers were reportedly able to target users who provided their phone number as part of a two-factor authentication security feature. The FTC didn’t respond immediately to a request for comment. Facebook had no comment.

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The U.S. Department of Justice opened a sweeping antitrust investigation of big technology companies and whether their online platforms have hurt competition, suppressed innovation or otherwise harmed consumers. It comes as a growing number of lawmakers have called for stricter regulation or even breaking up of the big tech companies, which have come under intense scrutiny following a series of scandals that compromised users’ privacy. President Donald Trump also has relentlessly criticized the big tech companies by name in recent months. He frequently asserts, without evidence, that companies such as Facebook and Google are biased against him and conservative politicians. The Justice Department did not name

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A vinaigrette packed with fresh herbs makes for some fine fillets

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It’s no wonder salmon is so popular: Its flesh is rich-tasting thanks to high levels of hearthealthy omega-3 fatty acids. A great way to ensure moist, tender salmon is to poach it. And a vinaigrette packed with fresh herbs offers surprising nutritional value. Poaching the salmon in just enough liquid to come half an inch up its sides meant we didn’t need much to boost the flavour of the liquid. However, the portion of the salmon that wasn’t submerged needed to be steamed to cook through properly, and the low poaching cooking temperature didn’t create enough steam. Cutting the water with some wine lowered the boiling point the alcohol helped to produce more vapour even at the lower temperature. To keep the bottoms of the fillets from overcooking, we placed them on top of lemon slices. After poaching, we reduced the poaching liquid and added some olive oil and capers for an easy vinaigrette-style sauce. If using wild salmon, which contains less fat than farmed salmon, cook the

fillets until they register 120 F (for medium-rare).

POACHED SALMON WITH HERB AND CAPER VINAIGRETTE Servings: 4 Start to finish: 30 minutes 1 lemon, sliced into 1/4 inchthick rounds, plus lemon wedges for serving 2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley, stems reserved 2 tablespoons minced fresh tarragon, stems reserved 2 shallots, minced 1/2 cup dry white wine 1/2 cup water 1 (1 1/2 pound) skinless salmon fillet, 1 inch thick Salt and pepper 2 tablespoons capers, rinsed and minced 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil Arrange lemon slices in single layer over bottom of 12-inch skillet. Scatter parsley stems, tarragon stems, and half of shallots over lemon slices then add wine and water. Cut salmon crosswise into 4 fillets. Pat dry with paper towels and season with 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/8 teaspoon pepper. Lay salmon fillets, skinned-side down, on top of lemons and herb sprigs. Set pan over high heat

This delicious pasta and shrimp dish will take you to Venice By America’S Test Kitchen Associated Press

Seafood has always been central to Venetian cuisine. The earliest Venetians were skilled fisherman and their diet relied heavily on the bounty found in the city’s lagoon ecosystem. And while the Veneto may not be as famous for pasta dishes as some other regions, spaghettini con le schie is a Venetian celebration of the uniquely delicious small shrimp found in their waters. While shrimp of this size found stateside are often unappealing (lacking in flavour and quality), we loved the sweet, briny flavours and ease of this dish and decided to develop a simple shrimp pasta that would taste just as good in our kitchens. We began by halving large shrimp, which have reliably good flavour. We then reinforced the shrimp presence by first cooking the shrimp shells in oil and wine. Shrimp shells are rich in glutamates, which add meaty depth, as well as volatile fatty acids, which generate fresh, delicate flavours when cooked. The result was a deeply flavoured shrimp sauce. Some garlic, butter, lemon zest, and fresh parsley were all we needed to finish this flavourful weeknight dish.

SPAGHETTINI WITH SHRIMP Servings: 6-8 Start to finish: 30 minutes 1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 pounds large shrimp (26 to 30 per pound), peeled, deveined, and halved crosswise, shells reserved 1 cup dry white wine 5 garlic cloves, minced Salt and pepper 1/4 cup minced fresh parsley 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into 4 pieces 1 1/2 teaspoons grated lemon zest, plus lemon wedges for serving 1 pound spaghettini or thin spaghetti Heat 1/4 cup oil in 12-inch skillet over high heat until shimmering. Add shrimp shells and cook, stirring frequently, until they begin to turn spotty brown, 2 to 4 minutes. Off heat, carefully add wine. Once bubbling subsides, return skillet

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Spaghettini with Shrimp

to medium heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Strain wine mixture through fine-mesh strainer into large bowl, pressing on solids to extract as much liquid as possible discard solids. (You should have about 2/3 cup wine mixture.) Wipe skillet clean with paper towels. Heat remaining oil and garlic in now-empty skillet over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally, until garlic is fragrant and just beginning to brown, about 30 seconds. Add reserved wine mixture and 1/2 teaspoon salt and bring to simmer. Add shrimp, cover, and cook, stirring occasionally, until just opaque, about 2 minutes. Off heat, stir in parsley, butter, and lemon zest. Meanwhile, bring 4 quarts of water to boil in large pot. Add pasta and 1 tablespoon salt and cook, stirring often, until al dente. Reserve 1/2 cup cooking water, then drain pasta and return it to pot. Add sauce and toss to coat. Adjust consistency with reserved cooking water as needed. Season with pepper to taste. Serve with lemon wedges. Nutrition information per serving: 597 calories 206 calories from fat 23 g fat (7 g saturated 0 g trans fats) 211 mg cholesterol 957 mg sodium 59 g carbohydrate 3 g fiber 3 g sugar 30 g protein.

This undated photo shows Poached Salmon with Herb and Caper Vinaigrette. and bring to simmer. Reduce heat to low, cover, and cook until centres are still translucent when checked with tip of paring knife and register 125 F (for medium-rare), 10 to 12 minutes. Transfer salmon, herb sprigs, and lemon slices to paper towel-lined plate, cover with aluminum foil, and let drain while finishing sauce.

Return cooking liquid to medium7/8high heat and simmer until reduced to 1 tablespoon, 3 to 5 minutes. Combine remaining shallots, minced parsley, minced tarragon, capers, and oil in bowl. Strain reduced cooking liquid through fine-mesh strainer into bowl, whisk to combine, and season with pepper to taste.

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Gently transfer drained salmon to individual serving plates, discarding lemon slices and herb stems. Spoon vinaigrette evenly over tops and serve. Nutrition information per serving: 279 calories 113 calories from fat 13 g fat (2 g saturated 0 g trans fats) 78 mg cholesterol 457 mg sodium 6 g carbohydrate 1 g fiber 2 g sugar 29 g protein.

On picking berries, canning fish and making gooseberry and rhubarb pies

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his is the time of year I start to look for canning jars and lids and get out my big glass kettle to make jellies and jams. We have loads of currents just getting ripe. The raspberries will get to the tummy, not the jam this year. They are my breakfast dessert right off the plant. We had beautiful strawberries, but my friendly momma moose and her twin babies ate them — green ones, ripe ones, with the leaves. There will be a limited amount of strawberries to just to be mixed in with currents and watermelon berries or rhubarb jam. Susan said when she was little, green watermelon berries were her favorite as they tasted like cucumbers. When they turn red I pick them to add color to jams and jellies. I sometimes pull the rhubarb and dice it, put it in two cup containers and freeze for a latter time when I want to make rhubarb cake, cupcakes, muffins and a pie or two. Strawberries in with the rhubarb give the pie a wonderful taste. And then there is mixed jelly. After I have a few of each berry left, I just cook them down a little and add enough apple juice to make it really pretty. You can mix other juice with one part apple juice to the described amount on the pectin box. Blue berries are ripe, probably my favorite to give out as Christmas presents. I never use just plan blueberry juice. I add one part apple juice. Leave out one cup of regular juice, and add one cup of apple juice. This is my mom’s way of making tons of jelly. I sometimes use Pomona’s Universal Pectin, as it is low in methoxyl-type pectin extract from citrus peel. Its jelling power is activated by calcium, not sugar content. It’s hard to find. I had to send for it. Mostly I use the Sure Jell-type pectin. If you do have a batch of jelly that did not jell, just follow directions on this pectin box and you will have wonderful jelly! Our friend Mr. Ed gave me boxes of Pomona’s. I thank him for his knowledge of berries and jellies and for picking lots of berries and giving them to us. Susan likes my cranberry catsup (ketchup?), so with the abundance of cranberries this year we will have this yummy catsup this winter. Canning salmon is an everyyear happening at our house. I love canned salmon in the winter. The pint jar is all mine because Bob is not very fond of it. If I make potato soup, I add two big tablespoons full of canned salmon to mine. I don’t dare do that to Bob’s! Many years ago in the ‘70s, in my other life, for three years in a row I

Pioneer potluck ‘Grannie’ Annie Berg canned hooligan. They made great sardines and were a real good treat in the winter time. It was the first year I used a canner by myself and not in the tutelage of Leatha or JoAnne. The canner was filled with jars of hooligan and I brought it up to temperature, watching closely. All of a sudden there was a loud pop and hiss and the seal blew out of the top of the canner. I screamed, crawled on my knees to turned off the burner and threw open the door of our trailer house, screaming at the top of my lungs, “the canner blew UP!” at least 15 times!! I was running down the middle of the road of the trailer court at Unocal, called Mallard Park, to get my friend Jo Anne. My new husband had just caught a bunch of hooligan and helped clean them, helped me put then in the jars and went off to open the gas station that we owned in North Kenai, now Nikiski. Someone, probably Jo Anne, called him and she yelled “Ann’s canner blew up!” He was just pulling into the gas station and opened up the door and heard the phone ring. He raced back out the door, into his car and was back down at the trailer, which was about 5 miles away in 3 minutes — (he said!!) I was at Jo Anne’s and we decided to go back down and look at the awful mess, just as my husband drove up. He flew up the stairs, opened up the door and the canner was sitting on the stove in one piece! OH MY goodness, was he mad! I said, still crying and shaking “SOMETHING blew out of the top!” Come to find out the soft plug was not set right and it blew out. After looking at me and my total hysteria, he put his arm around me and told me that is what it is suppose to do! He found the plug, put it back in the hole and screwed the lid back on and watched for it to build pressure and then left AGAIN! I watched that canner with my heart in my throat from the distance of the living room. I can’t tell you how relieved I was when the 60 minutes was up!! Richard was not and never was afraid of pressure. He was a pressure vessel welder and then became

the first pressure vessel inspector in the state of Alaska. Yes, it was in 1970 and all the buildings in the area were oil-based business buildings. Lots of welding shops cropped up too. He NEVER understood why I was so darned afraid of a little, itty bitty pressure canner!! (P.S., I still am!) I did can salmon and more hooligan the next year, then we moved to Anchorage and that is a way different story in my life in Alaska. Now I have to go dice rhubarb and make a Rhubarb Custard Pie for supper. If I have a few strawberries I will put those in the pie also.

HIGH BUSH CRANBERRY CATSUP This is from a wonderful book, “Pioneers of Alaska,” by the Pioneer Auxiliary No. 4. First printing was 1988, if you happened to see one you better buy it — it is full of great Alaskan recipes! 1 1/2 pounds sweet, white onions 5 pounds cranberries — In place of high bush cranberries, I have used domestic cranberries in the bag. You will need 5 bags. 2 1/2 cups water 2 1/2 cups apple cider vinegar 6 cups sugar 1 tablespoon salt 1 ½ tablespoons allspice 2 tablespoons dried red pepper flakes 1 tablespoon ground cloves 1 tablespoon cinnamon 1 1/2 tablespoons celery seed 1 teaspoon black pepper Cook together onions and cranberries in water until tender. Put through a food mill. Place in large kettle, DO NOT USE ALUMINUM — stainless or glass or enamel will do. Cook until thick, stirring often. Pour into sterilized pint jars and seal. Process 20 minutes in boiling water bath. Great Christmas presents!

SOUR CREAM GOOSEBERRY PIE My friend Virginia Walters asked me for a Gooseberry pie recipe, in my treasure of mounds and boxes of recipes I also came across this. 1 1/4 cups fresh gooseberries 1 cup white sugar 2 tablespoons flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 double pastry pie crust. I buy mine! Place bottom crust in a 9-inch pie pan In medium bowl, stir in the gooseberries and sugar. Set aside for 15 to 20 minutes. In small bowl stir together flour and salt, set aside. In a larger bowl:

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How to grill tuna with a smoky char, tender interior By America’S Test Kitchen Associated Press

Perfectly grilled tuna steaks should combine a hot, smoky, charred exterior with a cool, rare centre. For a home cook, this ideal can be an elusive goal. For grilled tuna steaks with an intense smoky char and a tender interior, we started with a hot grill. We moistened the tuna steaks’ flesh with a vinaigrette to promote browning and allow the oil to penetrate the meat of the tuna steaks. And instead of using sugar in our vinaigrette, we used honey. Both promote browning, but honey does it faster, which was important with the quick cooking times for tuna on the grill. It’s easy to add complementary flavours to this dish by mixing up the seasoning in the vinaigrette.

GRILLED TUNA STEAKS WITH VINAIGRETTE Servings: 6 Start to finish: 25 minutes We prefer our tuna served rare or medium-rare. If you like your tuna cooked medium, observe the timing for medium-rare, then tent the steaks with foil for 5 minutes before serving. 3 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar 2 tablespoons chopped fresh thyme or rosemary 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 2 teaspoons honey Salt and pepper 3/4 cup olive oil 6 (8-ounce) tuna steaks, 1 inch

thick For a charcoal grill: Open bottom vent completely. Light large chimney starter filled with charcoal briquettes (6 quarts). When top coals are partially covered with ash, pour evenly over half of grill. Set cooking grate in place, cover, and open lid vent completely. Heat grill until hot, about 5 minutes. For a gas grill: Turn all burners to high, cover, and heat grill until hot, about 15 minutes. Meanwhile, whisk vinegar, thyme, mustard, honey, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and pinch pepper together in large bowl. Whisking constantly, slowly drizzle oil into vinegar mixture until lightly thickened and emulsified. Measure out 3/4 cup vinaigrette and set aside for cooking tuna. Reserve remaining vinaigrette for serving. Clean cooking grate, then repeatedly brush grate with well-oiled paper towels until grate is black and glossy, 5 to 10 times. Pat tuna dry with paper towels. Generously brush both sides of tuna with vinaigrette and season with salt and pepper. Place tuna on grill (on hotter side if using charcoal) and cook (covered if using gas) until grill marks form and bottom surface is opaque, 1 to 3 minutes. Flip tuna and cook until opaque at perimeter and translucent red at centre when checked with tip of paring knife and registers 110 F (for rare), about 1 1/2 minutes, or until opaque at perimeter and reddish pink at centre when checked with tip of paring knife and registers 125 F (for medium-rare), about 3 minutes. Serve, passing reserved vinaigrette. Nutrition information per serving: 560 calories 333 calories from fat 37 g fat (6 g saturated 0 g trans fats) 81 mg cholesterol 398 mg sodium 3 g carbohydrate 0 g fiber 2 g sugar 50 g protein.

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Grilled Tuna Steaks with Vinaigrette.

Yes, you can have a Baja-style fish taco with just veggies By America’S Test Kitchen Associated Press

A true Baja California experience requires sunny, breezy patios and a plate of tacos. We aimed to re-create the feel of a Baja-style fish taco in our home kitchen, instead bringing veggies to the forefront. We thought that battered cauliflower bites, drizzled with a cool and creamy vegan sauce, were the perfect standin for the fish. We wanted to avoid the mess of deep-frying, so we cut the cauliflower into large florets and roasted them. To boost their flavour, we dunked the pieces in canned coconut milk seasoned with garlic and spices and then rolled them in a mixture of panko bread crumbs and shredded coconut. Not only did this add richness and the flavours of a cabana-shaded getaway, but it also mimicked the crisp exterior texture of

Grannie From Page A6

1 cup sour cream 2 beaten eggs Splash of vanilla Mix eggs, sour cream and vanilla into the flour salt mixture. Add gooseberry and sugar and stir in to coat the berries Pour into unbaked pie crust. Place top crust on filling and seal the edges. Cut slits to vent. Brush with a small amount of milk and sprinkle with sugar. Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 55 minutes. Cool and serve.

batter-fried fish. A bed of crunchy slaw with juicy mango and spicy jalapeno provided the perfect balance of sweetness and heat. By using equal parts vegan mayonnaise and dairyfree sour cream, plus cilantro and a bit of lime zest, we were able to whip up a vegan cream to top it all off. Just add cerveza and sunshine. For a spicier slaw, mince and add the jalapeno ribs and seeds. Serve with lime wedges.

BAJA-STYLE CAULIFLOWER TACOS Servings: 4-6 Start to finish: 40 minutes 3 cups (7 1/2 ounces) coleslaw mix 1/2 mango, peeled and cut into 1/4-inch pieces (3/4 cup) 1 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro 2 tablespoons lime juice 1 tablespoon minced

Refrigerate the leftover pie. In the back of my head I was wondering if rhubarb would be good in the place of gooseberries? Back on the hunt and SURE enough I have a recipe for Rhubarb Sour Cream PIE! If you want it email me at grannieanninalaska@gmail.com.

RHUBARB CUSTARD PIE My favorite of ALL pies, except cherry. From my cookbook, “Grannie Annie’s Cookin’ at the Homestead.” In an unbaked pie crust shell put in 3 cups cut rhubarb, (or more). Pile up as it shrinks as it cooks.

jalapeno chile Salt and pepper 1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut 1 cup panko bread crumbs 1 cup canned coconut milk 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 teaspoon cayenne 1/2 head cauliflower (1 pound), trimmed and cut into 1-inch pieces 8-12 (6-inch) corn tortillas, warmed 1 recipe Cilantro Sauce (recipe follows) Adjust oven rack to middle position and heat oven to 450 F. Combine coleslaw mix, mango, cilantro, lime juice, jalapeno, and 1/4 teaspoon salt in bowl, cover, and refrigerate. Spray rimmed baking sheet with vegetable oil spray. Combine coconut and panko in shallow dish. Whisk coconut milk, garlic powder, cumin, cayenne, and 1 teaspoon salt together in bowl. Add cauliflower to coconut milk mixture toss to coat well. Working with 1 piece cauliflower at a time, remove from coconut milk, letting excess

Beat together: 2 eggs 2 tablespoons milk 3 tablespoons flour 1 cup sugar Dash of salt 1 teaspoon vanilla Pour over rhubarb Mix 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup room temp butter 1/2 cup flour 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg (op) Sprinkle over top of pie. Bake at 400 degrees for 60 minutes watch in the last 20 minutes — it depends on the oven. Enjoy with French Vanilla ice cream, or whipped cream from a can.

drip back into bowl, then coat well with coconut-panko mixture, pressing gently to adhere transfer to prepared sheet. Bake until cauliflower is tender, golden, and crisp, 20 to 25 minutes, flipping cauliflower and rotating sheet halfway through baking. Divide slaw evenly among warm tortillas and top with cauliflower. Drizzle with cilantro sauce and serve.

Cilantro Sauce Makes about 3/4 cup 1/4 cup vegan mayonnaise 1/4 cup dairy-free sour cream 3 tablespoons water 3 tablespoons minced fresh cilantro 1/4 teaspoon salt Whisk all ingredients together in bowl. Nutrition information per serving: 376 calories 173 calories from fat 19 g fat (12 g saturated 1 g trans fats) 0 mg cholesterol 381 mg sodium 46 g carbohydrate 7 g fiber 9 g sugar 8 g protein.

Baja-Style Cauliflower Tacos

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Today in History Today is Wednesday, July 24, the 205th day of 2019. There are 160 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On July 24, 1969, the Apollo 11 astronauts -- two of whom had been the first men to set foot on the moon -- splashed down safely in the Pacific. On this date: In 1858, Republican senatorial candidate Abraham Lincoln formally challenged Democrat Stephen A. Douglas to a series of political debates; the result was seven face-to-face encounters. In 1862, Martin Van Buren, the eighth president of the United States, and the first to have been born a U.S. citizen, died at age 79 in Kinderhook, New York, the town where he was born in 1782. In 1866, Tennessee became the first state to be readmitted to the Union after the Civil War. In 1915, the SS Eastland, a passenger ship carrying more than 2,500 people, rolled onto its side while docked at the Clark Street Bridge on the Chicago River; an estimated 844 people died in the disaster. In 1937, the state of Alabama dropped charges against four of the nine young black men accused of raping two white women in the “Scottsboro Case.” In 1959, during a visit to Moscow, Vice President Richard Nixon engaged in his famous “Kitchen Debate” with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev. In 1974, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that President Richard Nixon had to turn over subpoenaed White House tape recordings to the Watergate special prosecutor. In 1975, an Apollo spacecraft splashed down in the Pacific, completing a mission which included the first-ever docking with a Soyuz capsule from the Soviet Union. In 1998, a gunman burst into the U.S. Capitol, killing two police officers before being shot and captured. (The shooter, Russell Eugene Weston Jr., is being held in a federal mental facility.) In 2002, nine coal miners became trapped in a flooded tunnel of the Quecreek (KYOO’-kreek) Mine in western Pennsylvania; the story ended happily 77 hours later with the rescue of all nine. In 2005, Lance Armstrong won his seventh consecutive Tour de France. (Those wins were stripped away after Armstrong’s 2013 confession to using steroids and other banned performance-enhancing drugs and methods.) In 2017, in a speech to a national Boy Scout gathering in West Virginia, President Donald Trump railed against his enemies and promoted his political agenda, bringing an angry reaction from some parents and former Scouts from both parties. Ten years ago: Trying to tamp down a national uproar over race, President Barack Obama acknowledged using unfortunate words in declaring that Cambridge, Massachusetts, police had “acted stupidly” in arresting black scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr., adding he’d invited the Harvard professor and Sgt. James Crowley, the arresting officer, for “a beer here in the White House.” Five years ago: Air Algérie Flight 5017, an MD-83 carrying 116 people, crashed in northern Mali, killing all on board; it was the third major international aviation disaster in a week. A psychiatrist’s patient opened fire at a medical complex in Media, Pennsylvania, killing his caseworker and grazing his psychiatrist before the doctor pulled out his own weapon and fired back, wounding the patient. Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice received a two-game suspension from the NFL following his offseason arrest for domestic violence after an altercation with then-fiancée (later wife) Janay Palmer in Atlantic City, New Jersey. One year ago: The Trump administration said it would provide $12 billion in emergency relief to farmers hurt by trade disputes with China and other countries. Brian Kemp, a self-described “politically incorrect conservative” carrying the endorsement of President Donald Trump, won Georgia’s GOP gubernatorial runoff; he would go on to defeat Democrat Stacey Abrams in the general election. A federal judge in New York ordered the release of an Ecuadorean immigrant, Pablo Villavicencio, who’d been held for deportation after delivering pizza to a U.S. Army installation in Brooklyn; the immigrant had applied to stay in the country after marrying a U.S. citizen with whom he had two young girls. Ivanka Trump announced the shutdown of her fashion line, which had been targeted by boycotts and prompted concerns about conflicts of interest. Today’s Birthdays: Actor John Aniston is 86. Political cartoonist Pat Oliphant is 84. Comedian Ruth Buzzi is 83. Actor Mark Goddard is 83. Actor Dan Hedaya is 79. Actor Chris Sarandon is 77. Comedian Gallagher is 73. Actor Robert Hays is 72. Former Republican national chairman Marc Racicot (RAWS’-koh) is 71. Actor Michael Richards is 70. Actress Lynda Carter is 68. Movie director Gus Van Sant is 67. Former Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., is 66. Country singer Pam Tillis is 62. Actor Paul Ben-Victor is 57. Basketball Hall of Famer Karl Malone is 56. Retired MLB All-Star Barry Bonds is 55. Actor Kadeem Hardison is 54. Actress-singer Kristin Chenoweth (CHEN’-oh-wuhth) is 51. Actress Laura Leighton is 51. Actor John P. Navin Jr. is 51. Actress-singer Jennifer Lopez is 50. Basketball player-turned-actor Rick Fox is 50. Director Patty Jenkins (“Wonder Woman”) is 48. Actress Jamie Denbo (TV: “Orange is the New Black”) is 46. Actor Eric Szmanda is 44. Actress Rose Byrne is 40. Country singer Jerrod Niemann is 40. Actress Summer Glau is 38. Actor Sheaun McKinney is 38. Actress Elisabeth Moss is 37. Actress Anna Paquin is 37. Actress Sarah Greene is 35. NHL center Patrice Bergeron is 34. Actress Megan Park is 33. Actress Mara Wilson is 32. Rock singer Jay McGuiness (The Wanted) is 29. Actress Emily Bett Rickards is 28. Actor Lucas Adams is 26. TV personality Bindi Irwin is 21. Thought for Today: “People who jump to conclusions rarely alight on them.” -- Philip Guedalla, British writer (18891944).


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Boxer dies days Thomas crashes again in Tour after brain injury MOSCOW (AP) — Boxer Maxim Dadashev died Tuesday, four days after suffering a brain injury in a fight in Maryland. He was 28. The Russian Boxing Federation said Dadashev suffered a brain swelling in Friday’s light-welterweight fight with Subriel Matias at the Theater at MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland. He underwent surgery but his heart stopped Tuesday, the federation said. Dadashev was hospitalized at UM Prince George’s Hospital Center shortly after the fight, which was stopped by his corner following the 11th round after Dadashev took numerous shots to the head. Footage from the fight

shows Dadashev shaking his head in his corner as his trainer, Buddy McGirt, pleads with him to stop the fight, telling him: “You’re getting hit too much, Max. Please, Max, please let me do this.” Shortly after, the referee stopped the bout at McGirt’s request. The Russian Boxing Federation’s secretary general, Umar Kremlev, said the federation would investigate whether anyone was at fault for Dadashev’s death. “We need to know the truth about what happened,” Kremlev wrote in an email to The Associated Press. “I believe that some human factors intervened, that there was some kind of violation.”

Crewsers row at Wasilla Lake Staff Report Peninsula Clarion

The Moose Nugget Regatta was held at Wasilla Lake on Saturday and Sunday. The 1,000-meter sprint rowing regatta saw 65 rowers compete in 36 events on the five-lane buoyed course. The Anchorage Rowing Association and Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club from Seward were the two main clubs in the race. Results for the Kenai Crewsers follow: Saturday Men’s Open Coxed Four — 3. KCRC (Tom Swann, William Bauer, Heather Johnston, Paul

Kain, Katy Jurney (cox)), 4:23.5. Women’s Quad Scull AA-C — 2. KCRC (Jessica Reel, Lori Swann, Belladonna Proietti, Lori Landstrom), 4:21.5. Women’s Single Scull — 1. KCRC (Belladonna Proietti), 6:23.9. Women’s Coxed Four — 1. 3. KCRC (Katy Jurney, Lori Draper, Becky Buchanan, Sue Faust, Lori Landstrom (cox)), 5:08.2. Mixed Eight — 2. KCRC (Jessica Reel, Lori Swann, Tom Swann, Heather Johnston, Katy Jurney, Paul Kain, William Bauer, Sue Faust, Becky Buchanan (cox)), 4:17.3. Women’s Open Coxless Pairs — 2. KCRC (Lori Draper, Lori Landstrom), 5:25.8. Sunday Mixed Double Scull AA-C — 4. KCRC (Belladonna Proietti, William Bauer), 5:04.1. Men’s Double Scull D-J — 2. KCRC (Paul Kain, Tom Swann), 4:53.3. Women’s Eight — 2. KCRC (Lori Swann, Jessica Reel, Lori Draper, Heather Johnston, Sam Allen, Becky Buchanan, Sue Faust, Belladonna Proietti, Katy Jurney (cox)), 4:18.8. Mixed Coxed Four — 1. KCRC (Katy Jurney, Tom Swann, Sam Allen, Paul Kain, William Bauer (cox)), 4:27.2. Women’s Quad Scull D-J — 2. KCRC (Lori Draper, Becky Buchanan, Belladonna Proietti, Sue Faust), 5:25.1. Mixed Quad Scull — 2. KCRC (Tom Swann, Lori Swann, William Bauer, Sam Allen), 4:14.8.

Homer’s Cook takes 1st at wrestling nats By Megan Pacer Homer News

McKenzie Cook, a wrestler at Homer High School, took first place in her weight class last week at the 2019 U.S. Marine Corps Junior and 16U Nationals held at North Dakota State in Fargo, North Dakota. She traveled to the tournament along with fellow Mariners wrestler Wayne Newman, who graduated from Homer this spring. The following is a recap of the event from Chris Perk, athletic director at Homer: Division II state champion Wayne Newman attended his second juniors national tourney hosted at the Fargodome in North Dakota. Each year, Fargo is the host of the national tournament for freestyle and Greco Roman wrestling. Over 100 boys, including Newman, populated the 138-pound weight class. Newman dropped his first contest to Cade Balestini from Pennsylvania 13-3. He then went on to win three straight matches, beating opponents from Washington and Missouri 10-0. Newman used a powerful gut wrench in both of those matches. In his third victory, he trailed Sam Kellem from Iowa 11-10 before executing many roll throughs to earn a 22-11 victory. Newman’s last match was against Joe Foxen from New York, and was close in the early periods as both wrestlers exchanged leg attacks for takedowns. In the end, Foxen earned a 15-5 victory. Newman was eliminated in the top 32 of his bracket. He’s now headed to Oregon State University in Corvallis to compete for the Beavers as a college athlete. Newman also wrestled in the Greco Roman style tournament, winning

four matches and avenging his loss to Foxen. Newman placed in the top 24. Cook, a four-time Alaska statewide high school champion and multipletime winner of All-American honors, added another one to her trophy case over the weekend by taking first place in her weight class at the national competition. She competed in the junior girls 144-pound weight class against 37 other girls. She was ranked No. 4 in the bracket and earned technical falls (1o-point spread) or touch falls in her first three matches. Using a solid two-on-one series for most of the tourney, Cook was able to shut down many of her opponents’ scoring opportunities. She pinned Krista Warren, a state champion from Washington, in 2 minutes, 40 seconds. Cook’s semifinal match was against Ivy Kraught, also from Washington, who placed third during the high school season. Cook scored a takedown and three push-outs to earn a solid 5-1 victory, putting her in the championship match against Jerzie Estrada from Colorado. Estrada had previously defeated Cook in April at the Western Regional competition in Las Vegas, 14-2. Cook wrestled very aggressively, hitting a fireman’s carry 20 seconds into the match. She put Estrada on her back and after Estrada fought her off, Cook hit a solid pancake head lock and had Estrada in danger for another 30 seconds to build a 6-0 lead. In the second period, Estrada defended a shot of Cook’s to pick up a few points, but the lead was too much as Cook earned the national title with an 8-7 victory over the No. 2 ranked female competitor at 152 pounds.

NIMES, France (AP) — Crashing is becoming a bad habit for defending Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas. After hitting the ground twice over the past two weeks, the Welshman fell off his bike one more time on Tuesday as a heat wave engulfed the race ahead of grueling days in the Alps when the Tour will reach its climax. Once again, Thomas was lucky enough to escape with

bruises and scratches, but the timing of his crash in the rural hinterland of the antique Roman city of Nimes was unfortunate. Although Thomas quickly got back on his bike and did not lose time, crashes always have a lingering effect on riders’ bodies. It’s generally after 48 hours that the soreness reaches its peak, and that’s when he will be fighting in high altitude with rivals trying to take him off his perch.

Lagging 1 minute, 35 seconds behind race leader Julian Alaphilippe with the race now going into its five last stages, Thomas was caught off guard under a scorching sun about 40 kilometers into the stage won by Australian sprinter Caleb Ewan. The peloton was not riding at full speed, but Thomas was surprised. “I just had one hand on the bars, and the gears jumped

and jammed and I got thrown off my bike on a corner,” he said. “I knew the race wasn’t on so I just got back into the group. It’s just frustrating. It was such a freak thing.” Danish rider Jakob Fuglsang, who stood ninth overall, was not as lucky and was forced to abandon the Tour with a left hand injury after falling late in the stage as the peloton pedaled past the picturesque town of Uzes.

Red Sox move into 2nd in East ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Christian Vázquez hit a tiebreaking home run in the seventh inning, Marcus Walden bailed Boston out of a bases-loaded jam in the ninth and the Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-4 on Tuesday night to move into second place in the AL East for the first time since the second day of the season.

homered with one out in the 13th inning, lifting San Francisco past Chicago.

NATIONALS 11, ROCKIES 1

CARDINALS 4, PIRATES 3

WASHINGTON — Trea Turner hit his second career cycle, Stephen Strasburg earned his major league-leading 13th win and Washington routed Colorado.

PITTSBURGH — Paul Goldschmidt homered for the second straight night, José Martínez added his 10th home run and Dakota Hudson rebounded from a shaky start to lead St. Louis past Pittsburgh.

YANKEES 14, TWINS 12 MINNEAPOLIS — Aaron Hicks made a game-saving catch in center field for the final out in the 10th inning, Didi Gregorius had five hits and seven RBIs, and New York beat Minnesota in a game that featured five lead changes or ties in the final three innings.

ANGELS 5, DODGERS 4 ANAHEIM, Calif. — Kole Calhoun had a homer and two doubles before he threw out Cody Bellinger at the plate to end the Angels’ Freeway Series victory over the Dodgers.

GIANTS 5, CUBS 4 SAN FRANCISCO — Pablo Sandoval

METS 5, PADRES 2 NEW YORK — Robinson Canó hit three home runs, leading Jason Vargas and New York over San Diego.

BLUE JAYS 2, INDIANS 1 TORONTO — Justin Smoak tied the game with a homer in the ninth inning and knocked in the winning run with a two-out single in the 10th as Toronto beat Cleveland.

ROYALS 5, BRAVES 4 ATLANTA — Lucas Duda delivered Kansas City’s first pinch-hit homer of the season to break a tie in the eighth inning, and the Royals beat NL East-leading Atlanta.

REDS 14, BREWERS 6 MILWAUKEE — Eugenio Suárez hit his third two-run home run in two games and Cincinnati battered Zach Davies for seven

runs in a rout of Milwaukee.

ORIOLES 7, DIAMONDBACKS 2 PHOENIX — Dwight Smith Jr. hit a threerun home run, Dylan Bundy pitched six solid innings and Baltimore beat Arizona.

RANGERS 7, MARINERS 2 SEATTLE — Rougned Odor homered twice, Nomar Mazara reached the third deck with an impressive shot and Texas ended an eight-game skid with a win over Seattle.

MARLINS 5, WHITE SOX 1 CHICAGO — Caleb Smith retired his first 17 batters and cruised through seven innings of two-hit ball, and Miami beat Chicago.

ATHLETICS 4, ASTROS 3 HOUSTON — Matt Olson hit a three-run home run in the ninth inning and Ramon Laureano added a ground-rule RBI double with one out in the 11th, giving Oakland a win over Houston.

PHILLIES 3, TIGERS 2 DETROIT — Scott Kingery tripled to lead off the 15th inning and scored on a single by Rhys Hoskins as Philadelphia outlasted Detroit.

scoreboard Basketball WNBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Connecticut 12 6 Washington 11 6 Chicago 11 8 New York 8 10 Indiana 6 15 Atlanta 5 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE Las Vegas 13 6 Los Angeles 11 8 Seattle 12 9 Phoenix 10 8 Minnesota 10 9 Dallas 5 14

Pct GB .667 — .647 ½ .579 1½ .444 4 .286 7½ .250 8 .684 — .579 2 .571 2 .556 2½ .526 3 .263 8

Tuesday’s Games Los Angeles 78, Atlanta 66 Phoenix 95, Indiana 77 Las Vegas 79, Seattle 62 Wednesday’s Games New York at Connecticut, 7:30 a.m. Washington at Minnesota, 9 a.m. All Times ADT

Kansas City 5, Atlanta 4 Miami 5, Chicago White Sox 1 Cincinnati 14, Milwaukee 6 Baltimore 7, Arizona 2 San Francisco 5, Chicago Cubs 4, 13 innings L.A. Angels 5, L.A. Dodgers 4 Wednesday’s Games Colorado (Gray 9-7) at Washington (Fedde 1-1), 9:05 a.m., 1st game Philadelphia (Velasquez 2-5) at Detroit (Zimmermann 0-7), 9:10 a.m. Cincinnati (Sims 1-0) at Milwaukee (Chacin 3-10), 10:10 a.m. Baltimore (Means 8-5) at Arizona (Clarke 2-3), 11:40 a.m. Chicago Cubs (Lester 9-6) at San Francisco (Beede 3-3), 11:45 a.m. Colorado (Freeland 2-7) at Washington (Corbin 7-5), 3:05 p.m., 2nd game St. Louis (Wainwright 6-7) at Pittsburgh (Lyles 5-6), 3:05 p.m. San Diego (Lamet 0-2) at N.Y. Mets (Syndergaard 7-4), 3:10 p.m. Kansas City (Keller 6-9) at Atlanta (Teheran 5-6), 3:20 p.m. Miami (Gallen 0-2) at Chicago White Sox (Lopez 5-8), 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Barria 3-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Stripling 4-3), 6:10 p.m. All Times ADT

Baseball

Blue Jays 2, Indian 1, 10 inn. Cleveland Toronto

AL Standings East Division New York Boston Tampa Bay Toronto Baltimore Central Division Minnesota Cleveland Chicago Kansas City Detroit West Division Houston Oakland Los Angeles Texas Seattle

W 65 56 57 39 32

L 35 46 47 64 68

Pct GB .650 — .549 10 .548 10 .379 27½ .320 33

Bauer, O.Perez (8), Hand (9), Cimber (9), T.Olson (10) and R.Perez, Plawecki; Sanchez, Biagini (6), Dan.Hudson (8), Phelps (9), Giles (10) and Maile, Jansen. W_Giles 2-2. L_T.Olson 1-1. HRs_Toronto, Smoak (17).

61 39 58 42 45 53 38 64 30 66

.610 — .580 3 .459 15 .373 24 .313 29

Boston Tampa Bay

65 58 53 51 41

.631 — .569 6½ .520 11½ .505 13 .394 24½

38 44 49 50 63

Tuesday’s Games Toronto 2, Cleveland 1, 10 innings Boston 5, Tampa Bay 4 Philadelphia 3, Detroit 2, 15 innings Kansas City 5, Atlanta 4 Miami 5, Chicago White Sox 1 N.Y. Yankees 14, Minnesota 12, 10 innings Oakland 4, Houston 3, 11 innings Baltimore 7, Arizona 2 L.A. Angels 5, L.A. Dodgers 4 Texas 7, Seattle 2 Wednesday’s Games Boston (Price 7-3) at Tampa Bay (Morton 11-3), 8:10 a.m. Philadelphia (Velasquez 2-5) at Detroit (Zimmermann 0-7), 9:10 a.m. Oakland (Bassitt 7-4) at Houston (Verlander 12-4), 10:10 a.m. Baltimore (Means 8-5) at Arizona (Clarke 2-3), 11:40 a.m. Texas (Minor 8-5) at Seattle (Leake 8-8), 11:40 a.m. Cleveland (Bieber 9-3) at Toronto (Stroman 6-10), 3:07 p.m. Kansas City (Keller 6-9) at Atlanta (Teheran 5-6), 3:20 p.m. Miami (Gallen 0-2) at Chicago White Sox (Lopez 5-8), 4:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Happ 8-5) at Minnesota (Odorizzi 11-4), 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Barria 3-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Stripling 4-3), 6:10 p.m. All Times ADT

W 60 53 53 46 37

L 42 46 48 54 62

Pct GB .588 — .535 5½ .525 6½ .460 13 .374 21½

54 47 53 47 53 50 46 53 46 54

.535 — .530 ½ .515 2 .465 7 .460 7½

67 52 51 47 47

.650 — .510 14½ .500 15½ .470 18½ .470 18½

36 50 51 53 53

Tuesday’s Games St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3 Washington 11, Colorado 1 N.Y. Mets 5, San Diego 2 Philadelphia 3, Detroit 2, 15 innings

Orioles 7, Diamondbacks 2 Baltimore Arizona

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Sale, Barnes (7), Workman (8), Walden (9) and Leon; Y.Chirinos, Poche (6), D.Castillo (8), Kolarek (8), Kittredge (9) and Zunino, d’Arnaud. W_Sale 5-9. L_Poche 2-4. Sv_Walden (2). HRs_Boston, Vazquez (16). Tampa Bay, d’Arnaud (11). Athletics 4, Astros 3, 11 inn. Oakland Houston

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Fiers, Buchter (8), Soria (9), Petit (10) and Phegley; Miley, R.Osuna (9), Harris (10), McHugh (11), Devenski (11) and Stassi, R.Chirinos. W_Petit 3-2. L_McHugh 3-5. HRs_Oakland, Olson (21). Houston, Gurriel (20). Rangers 7, Mariners 2 Texas Seattle

123 000 010—7 10 0 100 010 000—2 7 1

B.Martin, Payano (2), Montero (7), Bird (9) and Federowicz; Milone, Carasiti (7), Magill (8) and Narvaez. W_Payano 1-0. L_Milone 1-5. HRs_Texas, Mazara (14), Choo (17), Odor 2 (17). Yankees 14, Twins 12, 10 inn. New York Minnesota

200 030 052 2—14 20 1 012 510 021 0—12 15 0

German, Hale (4), Kahnle (7), Britton (8), A.Chapman (9), Ottavino (10), C.Green (10) and G.Sanchez, Romine; Gibson, Stashak (6), Parker (8), Duffey (8), R.Harper (8), Rogers (9), K.Stewart (10) and J.Castro, Garver. W_A.Chapman 3-2. L_K. Stewart 2-2. Sv_C.Green (1). HRs_New York, Hicks (11), Gregorius (6). Minnesota, Cruz (21), Polanco (15), Sano 2 (16). Marlins 5, White Sox 1 000 410 000—5 6 0 000 001 000—1 2 1

C.Smith, N.Anderson (8), J.Garcia (9) and Alfaro; Covey, Fry (7), Cordero (8), Detwiler (9) and W.Castillo. W_C.Smith 6-4. L_Covey 1-6. HRs_Miami, Granderson (9), Ramirez (5). Royals 5, Braves 4 Kansas City Atlanta

000 101 030—5 5 0 100 000 111—4 11 0

D.Duffy, Barlow (7), Hill (7), Diekman (8), Kennedy (9) and Gallagher; Keuchel, Sobotka (7), Swarzak (8), Parsons (8), Tomlin (8), Minter (9) and Flowers. W_Hill 1-0. L_Swarzak 2-3. Sv_Kennedy (18). HRs_Kansas City, Gordon (11), Duda (4). Phillies 3, Tigers 2, 15 inn. Philadelphia 020 000 000 000 001—3 9 1 Detroit 100 001 000 000 000—2 7 2 Aa.Nola, Morgan (8), Pivetta (8), Neris (12), Nicasio (13), Alvarez (14) and Realmuto; Boyd, Farmer (7), Jimenez (8), Greene (9), Rosenthal (10), Hardy (11), N.Ramirez (12), Stumpf (15) and J.Hicks. W_Alvarez 1-2. L_Stumpf 1-1. HRs_Phila-

034 000 000—7 9 1 020 000 000—2 5 1

Bundy, Bleier (7), Armstrong (8) and Sisco; Kelly, McFarland (3), Godley (6), Chafin (9) and Avila. W_Bundy 5-11. L_Kelly 7-10. HRs_Baltimore, Smith Jr. (12), Nunez (24), Santander (7). Angels 5, Dodgers 4 Los Angeles Los Angeles

010 030 100—5 11 2 000 102 001—4 9 1

Cole, Pena (2), A.Mejia (5), J.Anderson (6), Buttrey (6), Bedrosian (8), H.Robles (9) and Garneau; Maeda, J.Urias (5), Y.Garcia (7), Chargois (8) and R.Martin. W_Pena 8-3. L_Maeda 7-7. Sv_H.Robles (15). HRs_Los Angeles, Calhoun (22), Trout (33). Cardinals 4, Pirates 3 St. Louis Pittsburgh

012 010 000—4 7 0 300 000 000—3 6 0

Dak.Hudson, Gallegos (7), A.Miller (9) and Wieters; Archer, Stratton (7) and Stallings, E.Diaz. W_Dak.Hudson 10-4. L_Archer 3-7. Sv_A.Miller (3). HRs_St. Louis, Martinez (10), Goldschmidt (20). Pittsburgh, Marte (17). Mets 5, Padres 2 San Diego New York

000 000 011—2 5 0 000 102 20x—5 8 0

Paddack, Baez (6), L.Allen (7) and F.Mejia; J.Vargas, Bashlor (7), Gsellman (7), Wilson (9), E.Diaz (9) and Ramos. W_J.Vargas 5-5. L_Paddack 6-5. Sv_E.Diaz (22). HRs_New York, Cano 3 (9). Nationals 11, Rockies 1

Red Sox 5, Rays 4

Miami Chicago

NL Standings East Division Atlanta Washington Philadelphia New York Miami Central Division Chicago St. Louis Milwaukee Cincinnati Pittsburgh West Division Los Angeles San Francisco Arizona Colorado San Diego

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delphia, Quinn (1).

Colorado Washington

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Lambert, Howard (6), Diaz (7), McGee (8) and Iannetta; Strasburg, Suero (7), Blazek (8) and Gomes. W_Strasburg 13-4. L_Lambert 2-2. HRs_ Washington, Turner (8). Reds 14, Brewers 6 Cincinnati Milwaukee

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Roark, Stephenson (6), Romano (7) and Lavarnway; Davies, Claudio (5), B.Smith (6), Jackson (8) and Grandal, Pina. W_Roark 6-6. L_Davies 8-3. Sv_ Romano (1). HRs_Cincinnati, Suarez (27), Winker (14), Votto (9). Milwaukee, Pina (6). Giants 5, Cubs 4, 13 inn. Chicago 101 000 110 000 0—4 9 0 San Francisco 010 300 000 000 1—5 8 1 Darvish, Wick (7), Kintzler (8), Collins (9), Cishek (10), Kimbrel (11), Brach (12) and Caratini; Bumgarner, Moronta (8), Watson (8), W.Smith (9), Melancon (11), Coonrod (13) and Posey. W_Coonrod 1-0. L_Brach 3-3. HRs_San Francisco, Sandoval (12), Dickerson (6).

Transactions

BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Optioned RHP Branden Kline to Norfolk (IL). Reinstated RHP Dylan Bundy from the 10-day IL. BOSTON RED SOX — Optioned INF Marco Hernández to Pawtucket (IL). Reinstated 1B Mitch Moreland from the 10-day IL. CLEVELAND INDIANS — Sent RHP Dan Otero to Columbus (IL) for a rehab assignment. HOUSTON ASTROS — Recalled RHP Cy Sneed from Round Rock (PCL). Placed RHP Josh James on the 10-day IL. LOS ANGELES ANGELS — Recalled INF Taylor Ward from Salt Lake (PCL). Optioned LHP Dillon Peters to Salt Lake. NEW YORK YANKEES — Sent OF Cameron Maybin to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL) for a rehab assignment. OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Optioned OF Nick Martini to Las Vegas (PCL). Recalled RHP Tanner Anderson from Las Vegas. SEATTLE MARINERS — Placed 2B Dee Gordon on the 10-day IL. TAMPA BAY RAYS — Placed 3B Yandy Diaz on the 10-day IL. Reinstated 3B Matt Duffy from the 60-day IL. Sent 3B Daniel Robertson to Charlotte (FSL) for a rehab assignment. TEXAS RANGERS — Recalled RHP Pedro Payano from Nashville (PCL). Optioned 1B Ronald Guzman to Nashville. TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Reinstated OF Dalton Pompey from the 60-day IL and designated him for assignment. National League CHICAGO CUBS — Optioned RHP Carl Edwards Jr. and RHP Alec Mills to Iowa (PCL). Selected the contract of LHP Tim Collins from Iowa. CINCINNATI REDS — Sent LHP Alex Wood to

Chattanooga (SL) for a rehab assignment. COLORADO ROCKIES — Designated RHP Seunghwan Oh for assignment. Optioned RHP Yency Almonte to Albuquerque (PCL). Selected the contract of INF Yonder Alonso from Albuquerque. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Designated LHP Chasen Shreve for assignment. Reinstated RHP Mike Mayers from the 60-day IL. Sent INF Matt Carpenter to Memphis (PCL) for a rehab assignment. SAN DIEGO PADRES — Designated UT Jose Pirela for assignment. Reinstated OF Travis Jankowski from the 60-day IL and optioned him to El Paso (PCL). SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Optioned LHP Conner Menez to Sacramento (PCL). Sent RHP Nick Vincent to Sacramento for a rehab assignment. WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Sent RHP Austen Williams to the GCL Nationals for a rehab assignment. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DALLAS MAVERICKS Signed C Boban Marjanovic. OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER — Named David Akinyooye, Dave Bliss, Mark Daigneault, Brian Keefe and Mike Wilks assistant coaches. PHOENIX SUNS — Signed F Cheick Diallo to a multi-year contract. SAN ANTONIO SPURS — Promoted RC Buford to CEO, effective Sept. 3; Brian Wright to general manager; and Lori Warren and Bobby Perez to executive vice presidents. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL — Increased the four-game suspension of Minnesota CB Holton Hill to eight games for violating the league’s policy and program on substances of abuse. ATLANTA FALCONS — Agreed to terms with DE Allen Bailey. BUFFALO BILLS — Placed OL Jeremiah Sirles on injured reserve. Released WR Da’Mari Scott. Signed OL Isaac Asiata and S Abraham Wallace. Named Brian Gaine special adviser to the general manager. CINCINNATI BENGALS — Signed WR Tyler Boyd to a four-year contract extension. DETROIT LIONS — Placed WR Tommylee Lewis on the PUP list. GREEN BAY PACKERS — Signed DL Dean Lowry to a contract extension. HOUSTON TEXANS — Signed P Bryan Anger and LB Drew Lewis. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Removed DE Carroll Phillips from the PUP list. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS — Placed WR Marqise Lee, OT Cam Robinson and OT Ryquell Armstead on the PUP list. Placed OL Donnell Greene and LB Jake Ryan on the non-football injury list. Re-signed DL Lyndon Johnson. WASHINGTON REDSKINS — Released LB Mason Foster. Canadian Football League EDMONTON ESKIMOS — Released OL J’Michael Deane. Removed LB BJ Clay from the suspended list. WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS — Added WR/KR Janarion Grant to the practice roster. HOCKEY National Hockey League LOS ANGELES KINGS — Loaned D Jacob Moverare to Frolunda (Swedish Hockey League). NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Signed F Colton Sissons to a seven-year contract. VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS — Signed D Deryk Engelland to a one-year contract. American Hockey League IOWA WILD — Named Alex Tanguay assistant coach. LACROSSE National Lacrosse League BUFFALO BANDITS — Traded G Zach Higgins, a 2020 fourth-round draft pick and a conditional third-round draft pick to Philadelphia for G Doug Buchan, a 2020 second-round draft pick and a conditional second-round pick. SOCCER Major League Soccer AUSTIN — Named Josh Wolff coach. COLUMBUS CREW — Signed D/M Chris Cadden and loaned him to Oxford United (League One-England). MINNESOTA UNITED — Signed D Wilfried Moimbé from AS Nancy-Lorraine (Ligue 2-France). COLLEGE NCAA — Placed the DePaul men’s basketball program on probation and suspended coach Dave Leitao three games for allowing an ineligible player to play. BYU — Senior G Nick Emery is leaving the men’s basketball program. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE — Named Lisa Oyen Ljubicic assistant women’s soccer coach. CAMPBELL — Named Chris Long director of men’s basketball operations and Kevin Grek director of men’s basketball player development. CLARKE — Named Rochelle Beardsley women’s golf coach. ST. NORBERT — Named Hannah Saiz men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach. TRINITY VALLEY CC — Named Aleah Hayes vollayball coach.


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Recent revelation of affair threatens to break up family DEAR ABBY: I just retirement age and had a found out that my boyfalling out. I felt she had friend of 12 years slept become too needy, and with my stepmother last she was very hurt when I year. She doesn’t know I told her so. She is awaitknow, and now that I do, ing my apology, which I struggle with it. Should I has been the pattern of tell my dad what I found our lives. Although we out, confront her or let live 30 miles apart, I have sleeping dogs lie? I am no desire to contact her. deeply hurt. I feel like my Because I was usually heart has been torn out. Dear Abby the one she went to for How can I forgive and and companionJeanne Phillips advice forget this? ship, I feel guilty for — WOUNDED IN UTAH “abandoning” her and often wonder DEAR WOUNDED: How did you if she’s OK. We are both healthy and happen upon this news? Did your self-sufficient. I love her because boyfriend tell you? Unless you are she’s my sister, but I can truly say my absolutely certain it’s true, do nothlife is easier and less complicated ing. If you ARE certain, get rid of this without her. The thought of contactpoor excuse for a “boyfriend.” And ing her is too much to bear. On the tell your father and stepmother what other hand, she’s my sister. you know and how hurt you are. — BETTER OFF IN COLORADO DEAR ABBY: You always tell us to DEAR BETTER OFF: You say your consider whether we would be better life is better off and less complicated off with or without somebody. What without your needy sibling, and that if it’s your sister? My sister and I are of you have no desire to contact her.

OK. So what exactly is your question? Are you waiting for me to “order” you to call her and apologize? The price for that will be shouldering again the burden of her neediness. If you’re worried about how she’s doing, ask someone who is in touch with her. But hold a good thought. If you have heard nothing, she’s probably fine. Bad news has a way of traveling fast. DEAR ABBY: When we got married, I thought even though he told “everyone” he did it because he had to, that he truly did love me. But as the years have passed, I have realized that maybe he was telling the truth and he did marry me for that reason rather than for love. I feel unloved most of the time. Lately, I have been thinking maybe it’s time to just move on. What’s your advice? — FEELING TORN DEAR FEELING TORN: Rather than dwell on something your husband said in the past, raise the subject again. And when you do, tell him you are doing it because you feel

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unloved most of the time. If he tells you he meant it then and still feels that way, my advice is to ask yourself if this is the kind of marriage you want for the rest of your life. Some women are so afraid of the unknown that they would stay in this kind of marriage, regardless of the pain. Because I assume you have a child, you and your husband need to figure out if you can improve your relationship. If not, then it may be time to move on. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.For everything you need to know about wedding planning, order “How to Have a Lovely Wedding.” Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $8 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Wedding Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.)

Jacqueline Bigar’s Stars This year, you have the ability to read between the lines and really understand where the other party comes from. If single, you will tend to cruise the single scene but will settle down when someone of interest surfaces. Your domestic life becomes increasingly important. If attached, the two of you often find yourselves mired in a problem yet seem to work through the issue. Your caring and willingness to make your union work make all the difference. TAURUS often serves as an anchor in your life. The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult

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CANCER (June 21-July 22) HHHH Your emotional candor emerges more often than not. You probably recognize that some people cannot deal with this honesty. Someone’s attitude could reflect his or her discomfort more than usual. Tonight: Together with friends, midweek break.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)

HHHH Do not take the present good luck run as never-ending. Do be careful handling finances. The problem might not be you but those with whom you have financial interactions. Double-check amounts on bills. Count change. Tonight: Evaluate a purchase.

HHHHH You can deal with another person’s dissatisfaction better than usual. Know that the base of this schism might be a misunderstanding and the other party’s insecurities. You might want to approach this issue differently this time. Tonight: Head home early.

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HHHH You might have been noticing your friends’ more upbeat attitudes and felt ever so slightly envious. Come late in the day, you will

HHHH You can be very successful in dealing with financial matters, but if another party decides to disagree, you cannot get past an issue as easily. You might be deal-

ing with another person’s need for power. Tonight: Detach and listen to understand what is going on.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) HHHH Defer to others and let them seize the stage. You cannot help but enjoy others’ perspectives, especially if you are secure. You normally agree; however, a rift might have to do with a need to be heard. Tonight: Munchies for two.

Dear Heloise: Just a brief hint: If you keep VEGGIES IN A PLASTIC BAG, be sure to puncture the bag with tiny holes first before placing it in the refrigerator. Otherwise, the vegetables will get soggy. — Jennifer M., Gulfport, Miss.

SHRIMP DIJON Dear Heloise: My husband loves your Shrimp Dijon recipe. Could you reprint it? — Kelly W., Midland, Texas Kelly, I’d be happy to reprint this delicious recipe. You’ll need: 1/4 cup butter or margarine 1 1/2 pounds peeled, deveined shrimp 1 medium onion, thinly sliced 1/4 cup flour 1 1/2 cups milk 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon salt

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) HHHH You will tend to say exactly what you want. Others might have a strong reaction to your words. Listen, and perhaps be more graceful in your word choice, but keep the essence of your thought. Someone’s tantrum will pass. This person is exercising his or her will! Tonight: Happily, at home.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) HHH You plunge into the workday with energy, knowing how much you would like to accomplish. Finances could throw you an unanticipated curveball, putting you off your schedule. Tap into your ingenuity for a resolution. Tonight: Have a long overdue chat with a close friend or loved one.

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HHH You might be dealing with funds, vacations and personal needs. Do not forget to share your thoughts with others, especially those who are close to you and could be impacted by your decisions. Listen to comments. Tonight: Share thoughts with a trusted friend to get feedback!

HHHH Tap into your creativity to resolve a last-minute snafu. You could be overwhelmed by all that you hear. Try not to push away negative comments. Listen and see if there is any truth in the comments that needs to be dealt with. Tonight: Take a break from the intensity of the moment.

1/8 teaspoon pepper 1 6-ounce package cream cheese, softened Melt butter or margarine in frying pan, add shrimp and onions and saute for 3 minutes; do not brown. Sprinkle flour into the mixture while thinning the mixture with the milk, a little at a time to avoid lumping. Add mustard, nutmeg, salt and pepper, and cook for 3-5 minutes. Stir in cream cheese until blended; warm through but DO NOT BOIL. Serve over rice. This is one of my most popular recipes and is requested frequently. To get a copy of this recipe, along with several more, including Creole Roast and Barbecued Meatloaf, send for my pamphlet Heloise’s Main Dishes and More. To receive a copy, send $3, along with a stamped (70 cents), self-addressed, long envelope, to: Heloise/Main Dishes, P.O. Box 795001, San Antonio, TX 78279-5001. You can order it online at www.Heloise.com. When boiling or grilling shrimp, do not overcook. When shrimp are done, they turn pink and curl up to form a “C.” — Heloise

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HHHH Stay centered on priorities and do not be overwhelmed by what you feel. Some difficult-to-define feelings may seem to come from out of nowhere. When the time is right, you will be able to understand what is bothering you. Tonight: Let your fun, spirited nature emerge.

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Boris Johnson’s path to power pays off By Jill Lawless Associated Press

LONDON — Boris Johnson aspires to be a modern-day Winston Churchill. Critics fear he’s a British Donald Trump. Johnson won the contest to lead the governing Conservative Party on Tuesday, and is set to become Britain’s prime minister on Wednesday. Like revered World War II leader Churchill, Johnson aims to turn a national crisis — in this case Brexit — into a triumph. Like Trump, he gained his country’s top political office by deploying celebrity, clowning, provocation and a loose relationship with the truth. “He’s a different kind of a guy, but they say I’m a different kind of a guy, too,” Trump said approvingly last week. “We get along well.” Maintaining strong relations with the volatile Trump will be one of the new leader’s major challenges. So will negotiating Britain’s stalled exit from the European Union, the conundrum that brought down predecessor Theresa May. It’s hard to say whether he will rise to the occasion or fail dismally. Blond, buoyant and

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In this 2019 file photo Conservative leadership candidate Boris Johnson gives the thumbs at the Wight Shipyard Company at Venture Quay during a visit to the Isle of Wight, England.

buffoonish, the 55-year-old Johnson may be one of Britain’s most famous politicians, but in many ways he is a mystery. His beliefs? Johnson is now a strong believer of Brexit, but he famously agonized over the decision, writing two newspaper columns — one in favor of quitting the EU , one against — before throwing himself behind the “leave” campaign in Britain’s 2016 referendum over whether it should remain in the bloc. His plan for Brexit? Johnson says he will lead Britain out of the EU on the scheduled date of Oct. 31, with or without a divorce deal. He says Britain should prepare intensely for leaving without

an agreement, but insists the chances of it happening are “a million-to-one against.” Then again, he also once said he had as much chance of becoming Britain’s prime minister as of finding Elvis on Mars. Johnson statements are best taken with a grain of salt, it seems. Historian Max Hastings, Johnson’s former boss at the Daily Telegraph newspaper, has called him “a man of remarkable gifts, flawed by an absence of conscience, principle or scruple.” Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson was born in New York in 1964, the eldest child of a close-knit, extroverted and fiercely competitive

upper middle-class British family. His forebears include Turkish journalist and government minister Ali Kemal, one of Johnson’s great-grandfathers. His sister Rachel has said Johnson’s childhood ambition was to be “world king.” Johnson attended elite boarding school Eton College, where he began to use his middle name, Boris — his family called him Al — and cultivated the still-familiar image of a quick-witted, slightly shambolic entertainer able to succeed without visibly trying very hard. At Oxford University, he was president of the Oxford Union debating society, and a member of the Bullingdon Club, a raucous drinking-anddining society notorious for drunken vandalism. After university, Johnson became a journalist. He survived being fired from The Times newspaper for making up a quote to become Brussels correspondent for the Daily Telegraph. He specialized in exaggerated yarns about the EU’s dastardly plans to truss Britain in red tape. The Brussels officials who now have to deal with Prime Minister Johnson have not forgotten his role in demonizing the EU.

Opposition rallies as Venezuela blackout eases Associated Press CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuela’s opposition Tuesday sought to harness anger over a massive blackout that deepened hardship nationwide, but turnout at a Caracas demonstration was relatively modest as many Venezuelans despair of an imminent solution to their plight. Lights came back on in parts of the capital and other areas of Venezuela overnight following a nearly nine-hour outage that the government blamed on an “electromagnetic attack” against the power grid, without providing any evidence.

Government opponents say years of mismanagement and corruption were to blame. Electricity supply remained unstable in many regions. The blackout knocked out communications and the Caracas metro on Monday, forcing commuters to walk home or hustle for a spot on packed buses. The metro remained out of operation Tuesday. The scenes in the capital were familiar, even though Caracas has been mostly spared the debilitating power cuts that persisted in other parts of the country after nationwide outages in

March. The latest blackout didn’t make much difference to people with scarce power in Maracaibo, Venezuela’s second-largest city. Maritza Arámbula, a Maracaibo resident, said she was tired of a government that makes “excuses” and an opposition continually seeking support from Venezuela’s exhausted citizens. “We need solutions, not promises,” Arámbula said. “Not having light makes me sick.” In Caracas, the oppositionled congress held a session in a main square to try to keep pressure on the government of President Nicolás Maduro,

who has defied U.S.-led efforts to oust him. Opposition leader Juan Guaidó appeared in front of bunting in the colors of the Venezuelan flag — red, blue and yellow — and said, as he often has in the past, that the government he calls a “dictatorship” is crumbling.

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Afghans seek clarity on Trump’s talk of wiping country out KABUL, Afghanistan — The Afghan government asked for clarification on Tuesday after President Donald Trump said he could win the 18-year war in 10 days but that “Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth.” Trump made the remarks Monday while meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, whose help he seeks in negotiating a peace deal with the Taliban that would also see U.S. forces withdraw from Afghanistan. “I could win that war in a week. I just don’t want to kill 10 million people,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. “If I wanted to win that war, Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth. It would be gone. It would be over, literally, in 10 days.” “I don’t want to go that route,” Trump added. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s office issued a statement Tuesday asking for clarification, saying Afghanistan will never “allow any foreign power to determine its fate.” The statement said cooperation and partnership with the U.S. is based on common interests and mutual respect. The Taliban issued a statement in which they welcomed Trump’s remarks that the U.S. should not play the role of a police officer in Afghanistan. But they said his claim that he could wipe out the country is “irresponsible and we condemn it in the strongest terms.” The Taliban said the dream of winning a military victory in Afghanistan was “taken to the grave” by previous empires, such as the Mongols, the British and the Soviet Union. “On the contrary, their Empires were wiped off the face of this earth but the Afghan nation proudly endured and will continue to endure, live and remain proud, Allah willing.”

France seeks European surveillance to secure Gulf maritime traffic PARIS — France says it’s working with its European partners on an observation mission to ensure maritime security in the Persian Gulf, where tensions have climbed with Iran’s seizure last week of a U.K.-flagged oil tanker. Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian made no mention of a Europe-led “maritime protection mission” announced a day earlier by his British counterpart, Jeremy Hunt, offering instead what seems to be a softer version. France is working “at this moment on a European initiative” with Britain and Germany, he told lawmakers, without elaborating. “This vision is the opposite of the American initiative, which is … maximum pressure” against Iran. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Agnes Von der Muhll said at briefing that the initiative involves “appropriate means of surveillance” aimed at “increased understanding of the situation at sea” to facilitate traffic in a waterway that is critical to the global economy. — Associated Press

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Public safety briefs for July 24, 2019 Information for this report was taken from publicly available law enforcement records and includes arrest and citation information. Anyone listed in this report is presumed innocent. ■■ On July 16, Alaska Wildlife Troopers conducted a patrol of the Kasilof River dipnet fishery. During the patrol, Chai Saechao, 36, of Anchorage, was observed dipnet fishing and contacted. Saechao was able to provide a valid 2019 Alaska fishing license but was unable to provide a 2019 Kenai Personal Use Dipnet Permit. Saechao was issued a citation for personal use permit required, with bail set at $220. ■■ On July 15, Alaska Wildlife Troopers issued Michael Daugherty, 51, of Sterling, a $270 bailable citation for employing a crew member onboard his commercial fishing vessel the F/V Kelsea Marie who did not have a valid 2019 commercial crew members license in possession. Corey Hollenberg ,42, of Wasilla, was issued a $270 bailable citation for working as a crew member onboard the vessel without a valid 2019 commercial fishing crew members license. ■■ On July 15, Kyle Grimes, 22, of Fallon, Nevada, was issued a citation by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, for failure to have his crewmember license in his possession while commercial fishing. Bail was set at $270. ■■ On July 15, Evdoksia Lasiter, 42, of Nikolaevsk, was issued a citation by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, for failure to have her crewmember license in her possession while commercial fishing. Bail was set at $270. ■■ On July 15 at 5:18 p.m., Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, issued citations to Edith Joanne Kaleak, 43, of Anchorage, in Kenai, for participating in the Cook Inlet Personal Use salmon fishery without the required permit. She was also issued a citation for retaining a king salmon in the fishery, which is prohibited by Emergency Order #2-KS-1-30-19, which can be viewed on the ADFG website. Fine for not having a permit is set at $220. Fine for retaining the king salmon is set at $270. ■■ On July 15, Alaska Wildlife Troopers in Soldotna cited Kenneth Grimes, 52, of Nevada, for employing an unlicensed commercial fishing crew member. Bail was set at $270. ■■ On July 15, Alaska Wildlife Troopers in Soldotna cited Michael Lasiter, 44, of Nikolaevsk, for employing an unlicensed commercial fishing crew member. Bail was set at $270. ■■ On July 15, Jonathan Avery, 35, of Sterling was issued a citation by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, for failure to have his crewmember license in his

possession while commercial fishing. Bail was set at $270. ■■ On July 15, Henry Sandland, 21, of Scottsdale, Arizona, was issued a citation by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, for failure to have his crewmember license in his possession while commercial fishing. Bail was set at $270. ■■ On July 16 at 2:29 p.m., Alaska State Troopers stopped Dalton J.L.W. McWhorter, 20, of Soldotna, after a check revealed his license was suspended for driving while license suspended. McWhorter has three prior driving while license revoked convictions, making this a misdemeanor. McWhorter was issued a misdemeanor citation for driving while license suspended and released from the scene. ■■ On July 17 at 4:25 a.m., Leonard Cestaro, 38, of Soldotna, came to the Soldotna Alaska State Troopers Post, requesting a police escort to a residence to get his dogs. During the contact with Cestaro, troopers noticed he had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person. Investigation revealed that he had driven to the Post while under the influence of alcohol. He was arrested for driving under the influence and taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility. ■■ On July 16 at about 2:40 p.m., Alaska State Troopers received a report of a burglary and theft from a residence on Jim Dahler Road in Soldotna. Investigation in continuing. ■■ On July 16 at 3:35 p.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted Holly Martinez, 41, of Soldotna, and Wesley Fuxa, 28, of Sterling, at a residence in Soldotna. Both Martinez and Fuxa were found to have warrants for their arrests. Both were arrested and taken to Wildwood Pretrial. ■■ On July 16 at about 8:40 p.m., Alaska State Troopers conducted a traffic stop at Mile 97 of the Sterling Highway for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as Hordemana Candace, 41, of Soldotna. Investigation revealed that Candace’s license was revoked for driving while license revoked, with two prior driving while license revoked convictions, making this a misdemeanor. Candace was arrested and taken to Wildwood Pretrial. ■■ On July 15, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Clayton Eldredge, 45, of Soldotna, while on patrol of the Cook Inlet commercial setnet fishery. Eldredge was contacted at 8:03 p.m. with his commercial setnet in the water, when the fishery closed at 8:00 p.m. His crewmembers did not have valid 2019 commercial crewmember licenses. Eldridge was

issued two citations, one for commercial fishing during closed period in the salmon set gillnet fishery in the Cook Inlet, and the second for employing commercial fishing crewmembers who did not possess a commercial crewmember’s license. Bail was set at $3,000 and $270, respectively. A court date has been set for Aug. 1 in Kenai Court. ■■ On July 15, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Kathleen Buroughs, 40, of California, while on patrol of the Cook Inlet commercial setnet fishery. Buroughs did not have valid 2019 commercial crewmember license while participating in the Cook Inlet commercial setnet fishery and was issued a citation, with bail set at $250. ■■ On July 18 at 12:35 a.m., Alaska State Troopers conducted a traffic stop on Browns Lake Road and Rabbit Run Road for a traffic violation. Investigation revealed that driver Amy Birk, 29, of Soldotna, has a revoked license. Birk was issued a misdemeanor citation for driving while license revoked. ■■ On July 17 at 10:03 p.m., Alaska State Troopers conducted a traffic stop on Kalifornsky Beach Road and Old Settler Road for a traffic violation. Investigation revealed that Darrell Oldham, 58, of Soldotna, had placed a license plate from one of his other vehicles on his current vehicle. Oldham was issued a misdemeanor citation. ■■ On July 16, a 17-year-old male, of Soldotna, was cited by the Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, for retaining an 18-inch Dolly Varden on the lower Kenai River, where the maximum size limit is 16 inches. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court. ■■ On July 16 at 4:31 p.m., Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, issued a citation to Robert Gordon Lincoln, Jr., 56, of Talkeetna, in Kenai, for obtaining more than one Cook Inlet personal use salmon permit for his household. Arraignment is scheduled for Aug. 1 in Kenai District Court. ■■ On July 18, Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, cited William Magnuson, 39, of Anchorage, for personal use fishing in the Kenai River dipnet fishery without a 2019 Upper Cook Inlet Permit in his possession. Bail was set at $220 in Kenai District Court. ■■ On July 18, Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, cited Talia Iloilo, 35, of Anchorage, for failing to record her personal use fish on her 2019 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Permit. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court. ■■ On July 18, Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, issued a citation to Thomas Chambers, 32, of Anchorage, for

obtaining more than one personal use permit for his household. Arraignment is scheduled for Aug. 18 in Kenai District Court. ■■ On July 18, Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, issued a citation to Giovani Armpriest, 22, of Wasilla, for not having a valid 2019 sportfish license while personal use dipnet fishing. Bail was set at $220. ■■ On July 17 at 4:11 p.m., Kenai police received a report of a broken-down vehicle that was causing a road hazard on Bridge Access Road. An officer responded and, after contacting the vehicle and driver, Oscar C. Nelund, 32, of Anchorage, was arrested and taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility for driving with a revoked license. ■■ On July 16 at about 2:00 p.m., Kenai police responded to a citizen complaint about a male subject offering toys to children on Frontage Road and contacted Christopher D. Stroh, 34, of Kenai. After investigation, Christopher Stroh arrested for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and violating conditions of release and was taken to Wildwood Pretrial. ■■ On July 16 at about 9:30 p.m., Kenai police responded to reports of an altercation near the lookout on Bridge Access Road. After investigation, Martina M. Shangin, 36, of Kenai, was contacted and arrested for violating conditions of release and taken to Wildwood Pretrial. ■■ On July 15 at 9:23 a.m., after receiving a tip, Kenai police responded to Kenai Adult Probations and contacted Lewis M. O’Reagan II, 37, of Kenai. After investigation, O’Reagan was arrested for driving while license revoked and violating conditions of release and was taken to Wildwood Pretrial. ■■ On July 15 at about 10:00 p.m., Kenai police received and responded to a welfare request for a female near Mile 10.5 of the Kenai Spur Highway and contacted Sarah J. Whitaker, 25, of Kenai, who arrested for violating a protective order and taken to Wildwood Pretrial. ■■ On July 19 at 12:38 a.m., Alaska State Troopers conducted a traffic stop on a 2007 Cadillac in Soldotna. The driver, Lillian Scroggs , 55, of Soldotna, was found to be in possession of a controlled substance. Scroggs was arrested and taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility on the charge of fifth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. ■■ On July 18 at about 5:20 a.m., Soldotna Dispatch was notified that Branden Quinn had been shot outside his residence in Anchor Point by an unknown female. Quinn was treated for a nonlife-threatening injury from a single

gunshot wound to his leg. At about 8:40 a.m., Homer Police Department notified Anchor Point Troopers that they had located the suspect vehicle. After investigation, Joyce Stanfill, 37, of Anchorage was arrested and charged with seconddegree assault, two counts of thirddegree assault, third-degree misconduct involving weapons, and tampering with evidence. ■■ On July 19 at 10:12 a.m., Alaska State Troopers received a report of a plane that had crashed into Tutka Bay, east of Homer. There were seven people on board the DeHavilland Beaver floatplane. Anchor Point troopers responded, along with Homer Volunteer Fire Department personnel, on the troopers’ patrol vessel P/V Augustine. All seven occupants of the plane were taken to the Homer Harbor, and injured victims were ground transported by Homer Volunteer Fire Department, Anchor Point Emergency Services, and Kachemak Emergency Services to South Peninsula Hospital. Joseph Patenella, 57, of Maryland, has been pronounced deceased. Next of kin have been notified. One child is in critical condition and has been taken to an Anchorage hospital. All other passengers appear to have sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The pilot was not injured. Investigation is ongoing. ■■ On July 18, Josiah Nagel, 25, of Anchorage, was cited by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, for failing to record 35 salmon onto his personal use permit during the Kenai River dipnet fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court. ■■ On July 19, Alaska Wildlife Troopers conducted a patrol of the Kasilof River dipnet fishery. During the patrol, Thomas Robinson, 70, of Anchorage, was observed dipnet fishing and contacted. Robinson was unable to provide a valid 2019 Alaska fishing license and a 2019 Personal Use Dipnet Permit. Robinson was issued citations, with bail set at $440. ■■ On July 19, Alaska Wildlife Troopers conducted a patrol of the Kasilof River dipnet fishery. During the patrol, Carmen De Guevara, 44, of Anchorage, was observed dipnet fishing and contacted. She was unable to provide a valid 2019 Alaska fishing license and was issued a citation. Bail was set at $220. ■■ On July 18, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Ennis Dixon, 67, of Homer, during personal use fishery patrol at the Kenai River dipnet fishery. During the contact, troopers determined that Dixon had caught and retained a Dolly Varden with a dipnet. Dixon was issued a citation for retaining the Dolly Varden before being released on-scene.

Court reports for July 24, 2019 The following judgments were recently handed down in Kenai District Court: ■■ Troy Alan Pierce, 46, of Sterling, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence, committed Apr. 3. He was sentenced to 120 days in jail or on electronic monitoring with 100 days suspended (time served on electronic monitoring), fined $4,000 with $1,000 suspended, a $150 court surcharge and a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, ordered to complete Alcohol Safety Action Program treatment, had his license revoked for one year, ordered ignition interlock for 12 months, and placed on probation for 24 months. ■■ William Harris-Tucker, 28, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to violating condition of release, committed Nov. 19. He was sentenced to five days in jail, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, and placed on probation for one year. ■■ William Harris-Tucker, 28, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to violating condition of release, committed Feb. 5. He was sentenced to five days in jail, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended, and placed on probation for one year.

■■ Raven Jane Willoya-Williams, 23, of Soldotna, pleaded guilty to reckless driving, committed May 26. She was fined $1,000 with $500 suspended and a $100 court surcharge, had her license suspended for 30 days, and was placed on probation for 12 months. ■■ Timothy Wayne Hildereth, 54, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence, committed May 20. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail or on electronic monitoring with 27 days suspended, fined $2,000 with $500 suspended, a $150 court surcharge, a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended and $66 for the first three days plus $14 for each additional day of monitoring ordered, ordered to complete Alcohol Safety Action Program treatment, had his license revoked for 90 days, ordered ignition interlock for six months, ordered not to possess, consume or buy alcohol for one year, and placed on probation for 12 months. ■■ Tarik Alexander Dukowitz, 22, of Soldotna, pleaded guilty to fourthdegree misconduct involving weapons (have/sell metal knuckles), committed Oct. 29. He was fined $250, a $50 court surcharge, and a $50 jail surcharge.

The following judgments were recently handed down in Kenai Superior Court: ■■ Bruce Anthony Bishop, 29, pleaded guilty to one felony count of third-degree misconduct involving weapons (felon in possession) and one misdemeanor count of driving under the influence, committed Sept. 22, 2017. On the count of third-degree misconduct involving weapons, he was sentenced to two years in prison, credited for time already served, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $100 jail surcharge, ordered to pay $500 cost of appointed counsel, and forfeited all items seized. On the count of driving under the influence, in an amended judgment, he was sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $1,500, ordered to complete Alcohol Safety Action Program treatment, and had his license revoked for 90 days. All other charges in this case were dismissed. ■■ William Lou Harris-Tucker, 28, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, committed Sept. 8, 2018. He was sentenced to two years in prison with all but time served suspended, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $200 jail surcharge with

$100 suspended, ordered to pay $300 cost of appointed counsel, forfeited all items seized, ordered to have no contact with victim without prior approval from the probation officer, 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, ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation and comply with treatment recommendations, to submit to search directed by a probation officer, with or without probable cause, for the presence of controlled substances, drug paraphernalia and evidence of controlled substance transactions, and was placed on probation for three years after serving any term of incarceration imposed. All other charges in this case were dismissed. ■■ Tarik Alexander Dukowitz, 22, of Soldotna, pleaded guilty to seconddegree theft, committed Dec. 23. He was sentenced to 18 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 $250 cost of appointed counsel, ordered to pay restitution in an amount to be determined, forfeited all items seized, ordered, among other conditions of probation, not to consume alcohol to excess, not to use or possess illegal controlled substances, including synthetic drugs and marijuana, to complete a substance abuse evaluation and comply with treatment recommendations, to have no contact with Kenai Walmart, to submit to search directed by a probation officer, with or without probable cause, for the presence of alcohol to excess and illegal controlled substances, weapons and stolen property, to inform any employer of this conviction and probation status, and was placed on probation for three years. The following dismissals were recently handed down in Kenai District Court: ■■ A charge of violating condition of release against Tarik A. Dukowitz, 22, of Soldotna, was dismissed. Date of the charge was Apr. 3. ■■ A charge of violating condition of release against Timothy Hildereth, 54, of Nikiski, was dismissed. Date of the charge was June 26.

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