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PALMER — A 47-yearold Palmer man suspected of firing a shot in an apparent road rage episode has been charged with felony assault and misdemeanor reckless endangerment. Brian Burton was arrested Sunday and jailed at Mat-Su Pretrial Facility in Palmer. Online court documents do not list his attorney. Alaska State Troopers shortly after 4 p.m. Sunday were contacted by a man who said a driver had fired a shot at him and his son near Palmer High School. A witness provided a description of the suspect and his vehicle. Troopers and Palmer police contacted Burton at his home. Investigators say Burton became angry at the other driver for some reason, stopped his vehicle and fired a round from a pistol across Bogard Road from Hemmer Road. Troopers seized a pistol.
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Correction The story “Two candidates file for Soldotna may o ra l e l e c t i o n ,” published in the Sunday, Nov. 17 edition of the Clarion, contains an error. Tautfest is a director, not the director of the Peninsula Community Health Services of Alaska. She serves on the Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education, not special needs.
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Cities back online sales tax initiative By Victoria Petersen Peninsula Clarion
The cities of Kenai and Soldotna are joining municipalities and boroughs across the state in an effort to collect sales taxes from online retailers. At their city council meetings on Nov. 6 and Nov. 13 the city of Kenai and Soldotna voted to sign onto the statewide initiative, which could
result in greater sales tax revenues for the cities. The plan, which is being administered by the Alaska Municipal League, will create a sales tax commission for the state. The Alaska Remote Seller Sales Tax Commission — an intergovernmental entity — will contract MuniRevs, a Colorado-based software company, to collect taxes from online vendors.
Both cities approved resolutions authorizing them to become a member municipality of the commission. The resolutions also designate a city representative to the commission. Kenai City Council member Henry Knackstedt said he thinks the initiative will help “level the playing field.” “There are businesses here
that are paying taxes within our city,” Knackstedt said at the Nov. 6 Kenai City Council meeting. “If you want to go buy a shirt or buy a good of some sort, you do pay taxes here. (The initiative) brings the online a little more in line with that kind of competition, so I appreciate that aspect.” Newly appointed Soldotna City Council member Pam Parker also said the initiative
will help balance local and online retailers. “The collection of online sales taxes will level the playing field for some of our brick and mortar businesses in town,” she said at the Nov. 13 Soldotna City Council meeting. Sales tax revenues help s u p p o r t g ov e r n m e nt See taxes, Page A2
Looking at future of pioneers’ homes Alaska
village wins coastal grant A fund partnership is helping threatened places around the country fight erosion.
Driver dies in Parks Hwy. crash ANCHORAGE — A driver died on the Parks Highway south of Talkeetna after crashing into a semi-tractor trailer. Alaska State Troopers say a southbound sedan drove in the wrong lane of traffic Sunday night and crashed head-on with a northbound commercial tractor-trailer at Mile 95. Troopers responded to the crash at about 8 p.m. Medics declared the driver dead at the scene. The name of the driver was not released because next-of-kin had not been notified. Heavy snow had fallen on the highway and conditions were icy. The truck driver was not injured. — Associated Press
By Janet McConnaughey Associated Press
was among the staffers in the Situation Room who listened and took notes during Trump’s July 25 call with Zelenskiy. In closed-door testimony to impeachment investigators earlier this month, Williams said Trump’s discussion of specific investigations in the July phone call struck her “as unusual and inappropriate.” The requests, she said, seemed tied to Trump’s personal political agenda instead of broader U.S. foreign policy objectives, and seemed to point to “other motivations” for holding up the military aid. Yet Williams said she never raised her concerns with anyone at the White House, including her boss, Pence national security adviser Keith Kellogg. Williams said she included a copy of the call’s rough transcript in the vice president’s briefing book, but she had
NEW ORLEANS — Projects to protect Texas marshes from erosion and an Alaska village from the Bering Sea are getting help from some of the 44 grants awarded by the National Coastal Resilience Fund, a public-private partnership assisting communities threatened by storms and flooding from rising and warming seas. The $29 million in grants announced Monday are being matched by nearly $60 million from government agencies and nonprofits in 20 states, the District of Columbia and two U.S. territories. “This is the way things are supposed to work,” said U.S. Rep. Garret Graves, R-La. “It’s bipartisan, leveraging millions of dollars” in a way that will pay off exponentially, he said at a news conference. The fund partnership was created last year after severe weather caused a record $306.2 billion in damage in the U.S. the year before. It seeks to blunt the impact of extreme weather, flooding and other threats on diverse areas including wetlands, coastal beaches, rivers, streams, oyster beds and coral reefs. The program got 176 applications, including far more high-quality projects than the 44 the fund was able to support, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s director of coastal conservation, Erika Feller said after the news conference at a project site in suburban New Orleans. The Texas General Land Office is getting $3 million, the largest grant on the list, and contributing another $9.5 million to restore about 80 acres of coastal marshes in Galveston County’s Swan Lake. The tiny Native village of Shaktoolik, Alaska — listed in 2009 among a handful of Alaska communities that should move “as soon as possible” because of coastal erosion and repeated flooding — is matching $1 million from the foundation with nearly $5 million to build a coastal berm to protect the spit of land where the village
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Volunteer Victor Carlisle sings and plays the piano for Juneau Pioneer Home residents on Friday.
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Rate increase could drive away seniors, raise cost for state By Peter Segall Juneau Empire
On Sept. 1, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services raised the rates for the Alaska Pioneer Homes by increases of 40-140%, leaving many of the state’s seniors wondering if they had the money to pay for their retirement. Costs for the home’s lowest level of care rose from $2,588 to $3,623 a month, and new tiers of service were added with the highest level of care costing $15,000 a month. That rate increase was met with a lawsuit on behalf of pioneers’ home residents and family members on Nov. 4. “Pioneer’s Home residents relied on the rates under which they signed their contracts and reasonable annual rate increase when they sought admission to the Homes,” the suit alleges. “They did not reasonably expect their rates to increase so astronomically in a single month.”
In addition to causing financial worries for pioneers’ home residents and their families, the rates have thrown the program’s financial future into uncertainty. The pioneers’ homes are a statefunded assisted living program open to seniors 65 and older who are in need of aid, benefit or safety, according to the DHSS website. The state has subsidized the cost of care, but earlier this year Gov. Mike Dunleavy proposed cuts to the state spending in an attempt to create a budget where expenditures equal revenues. For the pioneers’ homes, that meant reducing the amount the state subsidizes the program by raising rates on seniors who could afford to pay with the state-funded Payment Assistance Program. “You’ve got someone in the pioneers’ home paying a regular rate, and you raise the rate and that person leaves, someone else who may be low-income comes in,” David Teal, director of the Legislative Finance
Division, said. “Instead of paying the rate, you made empty beds of people who had a lower level of care and replaced with someone with a higher level of care who may not be able to pay.” That would create a situation where the amount the state needs to subsidize would actually increase. It’s too soon to say if that will in fact be the case, Teal said. There are a number of factors which affect people’s decisions to stay or go, and there won’t be enough data for another year or so to know what kind of impact the rate increases will have, according to Teal. Dunleavy spokesperson Jeff Turner declined to comment for this article as it concerns ongoing litigation. Turner referred the Empire to the Department of Law. DOL could not immediately be reached for comment but the department does not typically comment on pending cases. See home, Page A2
Aide’s testimony renews focus on Pence By Jill Colvin and Aamer Madhani Associated Press
WASHINGTON — He knew nothing about the Ukrainian backchannel, his aides say. He was unaware of a pull-aside meeting in Ukraine set up by a member of his own delegation, they insist. And he was in the dark about a monthslong campaign to push Ukraine’s leader to investigate President Donald Trump’s Democratic rivals, they attest — even as he met with and held calls with that leader. Questions about what Mike Pence knew about the events that sparked the House impeachment investigation — and when he knew key facts — are back in the spotlight as an aide to the vice president testifies this week at a public hearing of the House Intelligence Committee. The inquiry centers
on whether Trump abused his office for his own political gain by withholding crucial security aid from Ukraine as aides pressed the country’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, to announce an investigation into the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign and into the business dealings of the son of former Vice President Joe Biden. Pence’s team, for its part, is walking a thin political line in trying to make the case that the vice president was out of the loop on questionable aspects of Trump’s Ukraine policy while also presenting Pence as an influential voice in prodding the president to release the military aid. Jennifer Williams, a career foreign service officer who was detailed to Pence’s office from the State Department, is set to testify Tuesday. She compiled briefing materials for Pence on Ukraine, was in the room when he met with Zelenskiy in September and
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Life at the home The six pioneers’ homes across the state serve 497 seniors, according to state data. In Juneau, there are currently 48 residents, according to Gina Del Rosario, home administrator for the Juneau Pioneer Home. Most elders live in shared rooms, Del Rosario said, with shared bathrooms and separate shower facilities. “I’ve found it’s not the size of the room but the community that they have built there, so when a private rooms open, they’re not always interested,” she said. Clinical staff are on-site to provide medical care, but recently the Juneau Pioneer Home resident nurse practitioner was moved to the central office where she oversees all six homes. “We’re very well taken care of, there’s no doubt about that. Our CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistants) are just superb,” said Katie Hursh, who lives at the Juneau Pioneer Home with her husband. Hursh said the only reason she’s in the pioneers’ home is because of her husband who has Alzheimer’s disease.
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services in both Kenai and Soldotna. Soldotna City Council member Lisa Parker reminded residents that those revenues support services for them and residents of the central peninsula outside of city limits. “The reason we collect sales tax here, part of the reason — besides supporting our general operations, keeping the library open, helping with events, parks, the police department — it also keeps our property taxes very low, 0.5 mills for Soldotna residents is very low and we pay less inside city limits than if you were in the borough just
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While she has no complaints about the level of care she and her husband receive, she does have worries about the rate increases. “My rent went up $1,100 from $2,500 to $3,600, and I mean that’s ridiculously high rent because I’m a level 1,” Hursh said. A level 1 is the lowest level of care, and typically only involves room and board, according to Del Rosario. “I was just telling these ladies I kick myself for not going down south,” Hursh said, gesturing to her co-residents Elenor Feero and Marion Rider. Rider is one of the plaintiffs named in the suit against the state. “I have one daughter in Oregon, you get so much more for your money down there.” Hursh said she has lived in Juneau for 64 years, and she and her husband wanted to stay in a familiar place with friends. But with the rate increases she questions whether it’s worth it to stay. “We don’t live in luxury,” Hursh said. “We live small rooms, we share bathrooms. There’s a lot to be said to going down south and having your own apartment.” Hursh said her husband’s poor health was the only thing keeping her here. Before coming into the
pioneers’ home, Hursh and her husband sold their home, so they don’t receive state assistance. But if residents like Hursh and her husband who can afford to pay full price decide to leave, that could lead to the situation alluded to by Teal where paying residents are replaced by subsidized residents.
Hursh said she and some of her co-residents were keeping an eye on the Legislature in hopes there may be a reversal of rate increases. During the Legislature’s regular session earlier this year, the House passed a bill which would reverse the increases enacted under Dunleavy’s budget and tie annual increases to the rate of inflation. That would create a much more modest annual increase in rates. Rep. Zach Fields, D-Anchorage, one of cosponsors of the bill, House Bill 96, said he was optimistic it would pass the Senate. HB 96 “passed the House overwhelmingly,” Fields told the Empire in an interview Friday. “I’m optimistic the Senate will consider it because there’s been
such broad support for the pioneers’ homes.” Fields said HB 96 would establish a much more predictable rate of increase for rates. But not knowing what’s going to happen is stressful for elders and their families, Del Rosario said. “The anxiety of waiting over whether the rate increase would happen was big,” she said. “It caused many sleepless nights for many of the elders.” Del Rosario said that many seniors are concerned because they’re on fixed incomes. DHSS has said that no seniors will be evicted because of inability to pay but that doesn’t necessarily provide reassurance. “That’s pretty cold comfort, when you think, sure they’re going to take all your money before …” Hursh said, trailing off. It raises the question of what the goal of the pioneers’ home should be, Teal said. “You get into arguments about ‘Well, I want to leave money to my kids, why should I pay higher rates?’” Teal said. “There’s so many ways to twist this about what’s fair and what people have been promised, it all makes it a very messy thing.”
across the street,” Lisa Parker said at the Nov. 13 Soldotna City Council meeting. “The city provides a multitude of services through the sales taxes that we collect. These services are not only for you as city residents, but for the approximately 40,000 that live in the central peninsula that also benefit from services here in the city.” Online vendors who make least $100,000 in annual sales or 100 annual transactions in Alaska during the current or previous calendar year will collect sales taxes from the buyer based on the shipping address. For example, residents who are shipping products to their home in Soldotna will be subject to the city’s 3% sales tax and the borough’s 3%
sales tax, totaling 6% in sales tax, when they order online. In areas with no sales tax, like Fairbanks and Anchorage, no sales tax will apply to online orders. Throughout the borough, there is a 3% sales tax, and some cities levy a higher sales tax. The sales taxes will transfer to the commission on a monthly or quarterly basis. The commission and MuniRevs will take a cut of the revenue, and the rest will be distributed to the applicable municipalities and boroughs who have signed on to the agreement. The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly also voted to support the initiative at the Nov. 5 assembly meeting. In 2018, the Kenai Peninsula Borough collected the
second most revenue from sales tax in the state, at $31.5 million. That sales tax revenue directly funds the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. The Seldovia City Council adopted their own resolution Oct. 28, which will authorize their city manager to obtain membership to the commission and designated Seldovia’s city manager, Cassidi Cameron, to represent the city as a member of the commission. In 2018, Seldovia earned $134,881 in sales tax revenue. In 2018, the city of Soldotna raised $7.7 million in sales tax revenue. Homer received $7.85 million. Seward received $5.1 million and Kenai brought in $6.8 million in tax revenue.
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January 31, 1995 - November 14, 2019 Soldotna resident Kyle Kanarowski, 24, passed away Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 at Central Peninsula Hospital. Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, at Peninsula Memorial Chapel, 5839 Kenai Spur Hwy. Chaplain Frank Alioto will officiate. Kyle was born Jan. 31, 1995 to Dawn and Wally Kanarowski in Soldotna. He loved fishing, being outdoors and helping anybody he could. He also loved collecting and shooting guns, collecting shot glasses and spending as much time with his family and ‘brothers’ as possible. One of Kyle’s favorite things to do was to visit his family in Wisconsin. He loved the farm and visiting Wisconsin Dells. Kyle is survived by his mother, Dawn Kanarowski of Soldotna; maternal grandparents, Don and Donna Amberg of Elroy, Wis.; special friends ‘brothers’, Jessie Graham, Ben Mattox, Mickey Nelson and Aaron Jackson; many aunts, uncles and cousins whom he adored. Kyle was preceded in death by his father Wally Kanarowski, brother, Steve Kanarowski, paternal grandparents, Fredrick Kanarowski and Lucy Wolfgram, Aunt Bee (Deb Robson), cousin, Duke Steven, and uncles, Richard and Jeff Kanarowski. Arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Quilters honor those who served By Michael Armstrong Homer News
Veterans Day ceremonies in Homer began with a parade in downtown Homer, continued with a ceremony at the Veterans Memorial at the Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center and ended with a poignant celebration of local vets when the Kachemak Bay Quilters presented seven Quilts of Valor to those who served in peace and war. Iraq War veteran Robert “R.J.” Carlough, one of the quilt recipients, served in Iraq from 2003-04. He was a Bradley Fighting Vehicle driver, and got hit by rocket propelled grenades or his vehicle blown up by improvised exploding devices eight times “and not a scratch on me,” he said. Carlough said he recently came to appreciate the significance of Veterans Day. “It didn’t really hit me until today,” he said. On his mind was the memory of three of his comrades killed in battle on Nov. 8, 2003, in Iraq. Carlough wears a metal band with the names of his friends: Mark Vasquez, Gary Collins and Ryan Young. On the anniversary last Friday, Carlough connected with friends on social media to remember them. “It was a rough day for all of us,” he said. After a lunch honoring local veterans at the Homer Elks Lodge, the Kachemak Bay Quilters presented the Quilts of Valor. Quilter Patrice Kant said the Quilts of Valor Foundation started in 2003 when founder Catherine Roberts had a dream while her son, Nat, was deployed in Iraq.
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Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Anchor Point Post march on Pioneer Avenue in Veterans Day ceremonies Nov. 11 in Homer.
Roberts saw a young man tormented by the demons of war and then saw him wrapped him a quilt. His demeanor changed from despair to hope. She started a program where people would make quilts and give them to veterans. Since then, more than 235,000 quilts have been presented nationally, and almost 2,000 in Alaska. Receiving quilts on Monday were: • Carlough, U.S. Army First Division, 16th Infantry, 2002 – 2010. He received a combat infantry badge and a presidential ribbon from President Obama. He is an expert rifleman. His quilt was pieced by Shirley Svoboda and quilted by Karrie Youngblood. • Thomas Youngblood, U.S. Air Force, 1955-59; reserves to
1963. He served at the end of the Korean War and in Europe. His quilt was made by Eileen Wythe. • Robert Fimon, U.S. Army, 1981-1985, and U.S. Air Force, 1985-1992. He received an Army commendation medal, a joint military accommodation medal, and two Air Force accommodation medals, and the Southeast Asia campaign ribbon. His quilt was pieced by Karol Miller and quilted by Karrie Youngblood. • Nicholas C. Varney, U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard. Varney joined in 1965 and served in Korea, Edwards Air Force Base in California and the Alaska Air National Guard. He was awarded the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal for
superior achievement and another with an Oak Leaf Cluster for superior performance and a Meritorious Service Medal for Outstanding Scientific Achievement. His quilt was pieced by Linda Wagner and quilted by Karrie Youngblood. • Norman Mosher, U.S. Navy, 1958-1984. He commanded ships in the Atlantic and Pacific fleets. In 1963 he was assigned as Senior Advisor to the Junk Force, Third Coastal District, a fleet of 100 wooden junk ships and 1,000 paramilitary sailors, the Junkmen. The Junk Force patrolled the South Vietnamese coastline to interdict Viet Cong. His awards include the The Legion of Merit with Combat “V”, a second Legion of Merit award, the Bronze Star with Combat “V”, the Air Medal, various unit commendation awards, the Combat Action Medal, and campaign ribbons and awards from the Republic of Vietnam. This quilt was made for Norm by his wife, Jan, and features the emblem of the legendary Junk Force and a symbol of the flag of the Republic of Vietnam. • Troy Wise, U.S. Army, 1966-71, including two tours in Vietnam with the 1st Cavalry division as a door gunner and a Huey helicopter pilot. His quilt was pieced by Janet Bacher and quilted by Karrie Youngblood. • John Benya, U.S. Army, 1965-1966. Benya served in Vietnam and received the Purple Heart. He was nominated for his quilt by his daughter, Joy Davis. His quilt was pieced by Carol Renfrew and quilted by Karrie Youngblood.
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Volleyball Club tryouts Peninsula Midnight Sun Volleyball Club is holding tryouts at the Kenai Middle School Dec. 2 and 3 from 7-9 p.m. for the 18-year-old and under team (18U) and our two 16-year-old and under teams (16U). Tryouts for our 14-year-old and under (14U) team will be held on Dec. 4 at the Kenai Middle School from 7-8:30 p.m. Practices are held two nights per week and tournaments take place once or twice per month from January through the middle of April. There will be a $15 tryout
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Dine & Discuss Ruthann Truesdell, RNC, BSN, Presents
Making Your Wishes Known
Creating Living Wills and using The Five Wishes Thursday, Nov. 21st Ruthann Truesdell, RNC, BSN 5:30pm - 7:30pm Denali Conference Center at CPH (Lower Level, Mountain Tower) Cost is $10 per person. Call 714-4600 for reservations. Dine & Discuss is a community education program sponsored by Central Peninsula Hospital that provides important health care information from local medical experts. Join us for an enjoyable dinner and a great health care discussion.
CPH Heritage Place Ruthann Truesdell, RNC, BSN is the Staff Training Coordinator at Heritage Place in Soldotna. She works with residents, their families & others to make plans for their health care through the use of living wills and the Five Wishes. Come learn how these documents may help give you and your loved ones peace of mind should you experience a medical emergency or face end-oflife-care.
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fee that is due the first day of tryouts. There are two forms that need to be completed to be able to try out. Please contact Coach Heath at email@example.com to get the necessary forms, to arrange payment and to answer any questions. Please also visit our Facebook page @ Peninsula Midnight Sun Volleyball.
Kenai Historical Society meeting Kenai Historical Society will meet Sunday, Dec. 1 at the Kenai Visitors Center at 1:30 p.m. for a potluck dinner before the meeting. The KCHS choir will present the program. Bring your favorite holiday dish and join us for a festive time. For more information call 283-1946.
KPC presents ‘One Alaskan’s Recovery From Addiction’ The KPC Showcase and The Kenai Peninsula Reentry Coalition presents: One Alaskan’s Recovery From Addiction, The Streets, and Prison, with Ken Miller on Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the McLane Commons. Miller is in the process of writing a book based upon his experience being homeless and recovering from addiction using a 12-step program. Kenai Peninsula Reentry Coalition will be available with community resources and information surrounding addiction and reentry services. This is part one of a two-part event, with a community discussion to follow at a later date. Some content of this presentation will be for mature audiences only.
Caregiver Support Meeting Kenai Senior Center will host Caregiver Support Meeting — Training DVD Caregiving: Wellness — on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. Caregiving can be a very meaningful life experience. It can also present difficult challenges that leave caregivers feeling exhausted and isolated. In this program, we will examine factors that contribute
to caregiver stress, and offer practical solutions for reducing stress and cultivating lifelong wellness.Please join us to share your experiences as a caregiver, or to support someone who is a caregiver. Call Sharon or Judy at 907-2621280, for more information.
Snowshoe Gun Club membership meeting Snowshoe Gun Club membership meeting will take place Saturday, Dec. 7, at 10:30 a.m. at the range. Renewal of membership for 2020 will be available.
Homer Fish and Game Advisory Committee meeting The Homer Fish and Game Advisory Committee will be holding a public meeting in Homer at the KBRR Building at 2181 Kachemak Drive on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. Agenda topics will include Lower Cook Inlet proposals. For more information contact Dave Lyon at 399-2340 or contact ADF&G Boards Support at 907-267-2354.
Evolution of Yup’ik Dance The KPC Showcase presents: Evolution of Yup’ik Dance with Cody Ferguson on Thursday, Nov. 21 at 5:30 p.m. in the McLane Commons at Kenai Peninsula College. Cody is a Yup’ik singer, comedian, and cultural ambassador. He is a well-known storyteller and educator, who teaches Yup’ik style Eskimo dancing at the University of Alaska Anchorage, and advocates the importance of learning one’s culture. This is one of many events in honor of American Native Heritage Month. Free and open to the public.
Freezer Food Series
Tsalteshi Trails has a weekly Freezer Food Series of community races at 2 p.m. Sundays through Jan. 26 at the trailhead behind Skyview Middle School. November races are running, December are fat-tire biking and
January are skiing. Register in advance at tsalteshi.org or in person at 1:30 p.m. the day of the race. There are entry fee discounts for Tsalteshi Trails Association members and anyone bringing a nonperishable food donation for the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank. Visit Tsalteshi Trails on Facebook each week for route maps and updates on trail conditions. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jordan at 252-6287.
Alaska Native/ Native American Heritage Month events Please join Kenai Peninsula College, Kenai River Campus in celebration of Alaska Native/Native American Heritage Month. All events are free and open to the community. For more information, contact Rural & Native Student Services, 262-0213. ■■ Cody Ferguson, Yup’ik singer and comedian, Thursday, Nov. 21 from 5:30-9 p.m. in KPC McLane Commons. ■■ Community Potluck at KPC Residence Hall Multipurpose Room, Saturday, Nov. 23 from 4-9 p.m.
Kenai Community Dog Park meetings Kenai Community Dog Park will host a meeting at the Kenai Library on Dec. 9 from 5-6:30 p.m. to develop goals of Kenai Dog Park. These meetings are open to the public. This will assist us with requirements from a technical assistance grant and assist us with future funding requests.
‘GATHER’ art show
Kenai Fine Art Center’s November/December exhibit is “GATHER.” Eleven area artists are painting the walls of the center with original works. The Kenai Fine Art Center is located across from the Oiler’s Bingo Hall and next to the Historic Cabins. 283-7040, www.kenaifineart. com .”GATHER” will hang until Dec. 14.
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It’s past time to put the country first
ow did America get here? This fractured place where facts matter less and less, and neighbors can’t even share how they really feel. How did we become a nation split by extremists on both sides of the political spectrum, people willing to say and do anything to win and hold power? Witness the shameful defense of President Donald Trump by those who privately know the facts show his unforced Ukraine error replaced national interests with personal ambitions. And, more important, why do the many Americans who fall in the middle of most political debates tolerate the insanity we see daily in Washington, D.C., and even in Columbus at times? Elected Democrats actually called for impeaching Trump before he took office. Republicans had similar plans for Hillary Clinton that magically disappeared when she lost. Both sides exploit every perceived political opportunity while finding more brazen ways to punish or embarrass the other for putting it through the last so-called scandal. Sure, deny us a Supreme Court candidate until a new president arrives, we’ll show you. How would Republicans be handling the Ukraine affair if Clinton was linked to the same set of facts? Unless something miraculously changes, the next Democratic president had better make sure he or she never tiptoes near any problems. We can blame partisan cable news coverage filled with talking heads and extremist websites masquerading as legitimate news operations. Facebook surely has done plenty to spread false and highly partisan information. The mere ability of people to find others with similar prejudices online creates opportunities for once niche causes to gain momentum. Perhaps it’s the fault of the two-party system that consistently produces partisan presidential candidates a significant number of Americans will dislike or even despise. Primary victories require promises that impress the left or right, with the winners trying to convince moderates they didn’t mean what they said a few months before. Yet, the blame really rests on all of us. We continue to allow elite power brokers to play games with our lives. We’ve allowed them and rich special interest groups to drive wedges between young and old, even families. Does anyone believe pre-existing medical conditions should be excluded from medical insurance coverage? Does anyone believe universal health care is possible without higher taxes? Do we want to deport children brought to America by their parents? Do we want our border to be a lawless waypoint? Don’t we wonder why our government failed to stop the opioid epidemic? These are not Democratic or Republican issues. They are American issues that reasonable people should be able to resolve with respectful dialogue. Many of us are too busy with life to navigate beyond the partisans’ carefully crafted talking points — including outright lies — designed to exploit our prejudices and get us angry at the other side. Repeat the same lie enough times and it can become fact to those who don’t consider other viewpoints inside their political cocoon. If you don’t think that’s dangerous, just wait for a deep-fake video putting words in a leader’s mouth. And, worst of all, we’re willing to explain away unacceptable behavior by our side just to preserve power. Democracy can’t be a spectator sport. Being a citizen demands more than just voting. It requires our engagement in our communities and nation. It demands a willingness to put country and community before one’s self-interests, especially if you hold public office. It’s time to ask, what’s best for America or your town? When will we say enough is enough? — Akron Beacon Journal, Nov. 17
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Help us find Duffy Dear Friends and Neighbors, There are no words, just emptiness. We exist, cry and keep searching. We are in shock — it seems surreal in this small, safe town of Homer to have someone just pulled up into thin air. Did you see something on Thursday, Oct. 17 around lunchtime? Think hard, were you in town that day? Keep her in mind, you might save her life. She is an innocent, vulnerable adult, cheerful and a bit childlike. A Montessori infant teacher, children love her calm patience. She is a dependable homebody. Some of you might recall her book-buying drive for orphans in Honduras, were she volunteered at the orphanage for a year. Or perhaps her Duffy’s Wise Crackers sold at the Farmers Market — and you old timers will remember her endless cookie stands out East. To all the volunteers, thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you to those who have searched for her, those who have put up flyers, those who have made us food to sustain us during this terrible time. The love of this community and your efforts to help us find Duffy and get the family through this are what has kept us going. To those at a loss as to what to say to us: there are no words, just give us a look and nod or light touch and we will feel all the love. We are so grateful for your support and help. To her captor: Please just do the right thing and let her go. — Sara Berg, Homer
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Impeachment hearings are both proper and painful
ongress, the public, the media must calmly, carefully consider the facts, wherever they lead. This nation has embarked on a grave process for only the fourth time in its history — impeachment of a president. It’s a serious matter that should be treated as such by all concerned. It’s also a wrenching procedure that produces upheaval and can fan partisan flames. And, it must be said, it’s a necessary and entirely constitutional means of holding leaders accountable for misdeeds. It is no “coup” or sham, as Republicans have alleged, and they do harm to the institutions of this country and the Constitution they revere to tear down a basic means for holding presidential power in check. The allegations against President Donald Trump are serious. It’s impossible to believe that if a Democratic president stood accused of attempting to bully a foreign country into investigating his political rival, with a desperately needed aid package hanging in the balance, Republicans would not feel obliged to act. There is no sense in urging that this be a nonpartisan process. It is such by its very nature. But Republicans would do well to approach this inquiry with an open mind, to weigh their desire to protect a president of their party against their obligation to act as a check and balance on presidential power and uphold the Constitution. The first week of testimony already
has shown the need for public hearings. Americans heard powerful testimony from top diplomats William Taylor and George Kent. Both men have unblemished records of service. Both were appointed by this administration. Both have stepped forward, at great risk, to attest that Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was running a rogue operation in Ukraine, attempting to arrange the investigation Trump wanted of his political rival. On Friday, Americans watched witness intimidation unfold in real time as Trump went after former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch on Twitter while she was testifying. Yovanovitch has served the U.S. at some of the most difficult diplomatic posts in the world, from Mogadishu to Moscow to Kyiv. She was known within the national security community for her commitment to rooting out corruption in Ukraine. Her thanks was to have Giuliani launch a smear campaign against her, and have Trump call her “bad news” in his now infamous call to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, noting ominously that Yovanovitch was “going to go through some things.” As much as anything, impeachment inquiries briefly lift the curtain on the inner workings of national politics, allowing average Americans to see and judge how politics is being conducted. That can produce
important moments. One such moment came when, in a particularly chilling statement, Yovanovitch attested that “our Ukraine policy has been thrown into disarray, and shady interests the world over have learned how little it takes to remove an American ambassador who does not give them what they want.” No U.S. president has ever been removed from office by impeachment. Two presidents were impeached by the House but acquitted in the Senate. One, Richard Nixon, resigned before the House voted on impeachment charges. The odds are against Trump being convicted by a GOP-dominated Senate. And yet, this inquiry should go forward. Our nation risks lasting damage to its institutions, its security and its ability to act as a stabilizing force in a tumultuous world if it is unwilling to get to the bottom of possible serious misdeeds by its leaders. As difficult as the proceedings are to follow, we urge Americans to do so, because as citizens and voters, they provide the ultimate check and balance. To fulfill that duty, they need both parties to do their level best to vet allegations, witnesses and events. They need a media that upholds its responsibility to provide accurate, comprehensive accounts that illuminate rather than inflame or entertain. It’s time to follow the facts — wherever they lead. — Minneapolis Star Tribune, Nov. 15
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Buttigieg speaks at black college in push to boost support By THOMAS BEAUMONT and ERRIN HAINES Associated Press
ATLANTA — Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg told a crowd at Morehouse College on Monday that what black voters on the campaign trail most want to hear from him are whether he can win and what he is going to do for black America. Buttigieg told the audience of about 250 people at the historically black, allmale college in Atlanta that a strong showing in mostly white Iowa could help persuade black voters that he can win. Polls have shown that Buttigieg, the white mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has risen into the top tier in Iowa, which hosts 2020’s first presidential caucuses. “One of the best ways to settle the question of electability is to do well in an election,” he said. “Iowa is a way to demonstrate that you can get people to come out for you.” But as he gains momentum in an overwhelmingly white early voting state, the pressure is building on him to demonstrate he can win over black voters, who for now have largely sided with former Vice President Joe Biden. Buttigieg, 37, has stumbled on issues of race, despite having a detailed policy to address systemic racism. On Monday, he discussed his Douglass Plan — named for abolitionist Frederick Douglass — that aims to redress generations of inequality in areas
ranging from education to housing to health care. He also took questions on such issues as voter suppression, funding for historically black colleges, student debt and impeachment. Kaori Anderson-Walker, 19, had heard a bit about Buttigieg on social media but came to Monday’s forum to learn more. He thought the mayor was “phenomenal.” “The way he’s looking out for the black community is much needed,” said Anderson-Walker, a sophomore at Morehouse who said he’s undecided on who he plans to vote for but could see supporting Buttigieg. John Gray spoke briefly to Buttigieg after the forum, asking more about the Douglass Plan and being referred to the candidate’s website for additional information. After taking a selfie with the mayor, Gray acknowledged to a reporter that his initial impression of Buttigieg based off social media and friends was that Buttigieg was “phony,” a perception he said wasn’t disproved by the candidate’s speech. “He has a lot of sympathy for black issues, but, as we saw tonight, he wasn’t the most clear on his plans,” said Gray, an 18-year old political science major at Morehouse who said he likes Bernie Sanders but will support whoever is the eventual Democratic nominee. Since entering the national spotlight, Buttigieg has drawn attention for his handling of race issues as mayor of South Bend, which has a black population of about 27%. Critics slammed
him for firing the city’s first black police chief shortly after taking office, for his handling of blighted neighborhoods and for a recent police-involved killing of an unarmed black man. Last week, his campaign faced fresh scrutiny for using a stock photograph of a black woman and her child on a campaign website, instead of images of people Buttigieg had met, and for listing among South Carolina Democrats who had endorsed the Douglass Plan a handful of people who said they had not given their permission to use their names publicly. Responding to the controversy, Buttigieg said Monday, “That was a learning experience for the campaign staff. We’re cleaning that up. But I’m proud of the support that the plan gets.” Kristen Hope Wilder, president of the Young Democrats of Spelman College — Morehouse’s sister institution — said it was important for Buttigieg to show up at the historically black college. Sanders is also planning to come to Morehouse, and Elizabeth Warren is scheduled to speak at Clark-Atlanta University. Both Sanders and Warren are also struggling to woo black voters away from Biden. “I definitely think that (Buttigieg) probably caught their attention,” said Wilder, 21. “I think a lot of people coming in tonight didn’t know where he stood on certain issues. This gives people the initiative to look more into him and keep an eye on him on the debate stage.”
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3 killed in Oklahoma Walmart shooting By Sean Murphy Associated Press
DUNCAN, Oklahoma — Two men and a woman were fatally shot Monday morning outside a Walmart store in southwestern Oklahoma, and the shooter is among the dead, authorities said. Two victims were shot inside a car and the third died in the parking lot just before 10 a.m. in Duncan, Police Chief Danny Ford said. Authorities did not immediately describe a motivation for the shooting. Ford told The Associated Press that investigators believe the gunman shot the male and female victims and then turned the gun on himself. Stephens County District Attorney Jason Hicks authorities said during the news conference Monday afternoon that there was never an active shooter inside the store and he described the shooting as an isolated incident. He did not further explain. Hicks said the two victims had been inside the Walmart Money Center, which offers check-cashing, money orders, tax preparation and other services, before they were killed, but that the shooter did not enter the business. Two bodies covered with sheets were visible in the parking lot Monday afternoon. One body was in the driver’s seat of a red, two-door car. The other body was lying on the ground next to the vehicle. Bullet holes were visible in the car’s windshield. Police said in a Facebook post that a handgun was found at the scene. At the news conference, Ford described the gun as semi-automatic but said he had no further details. He said the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation was still processing the scene. Ford said he believed nine shots were fired. Authorities have not released the identities of those killed but did confirm the shooter was among the
LA PAZ, Bolivia — Residents in several Bolivian cities are reporting food and gasoline shortages because of protests by supporters of President Evo Morales, who resigned and fled to Mexico after a disputed election and nationwide unrest. Bolivia’s interim government said Monday that its efforts to resupply La Paz faced challenges because demonstrators cut off some transport routes. The new leadership is also struggling to open dialogue with opponents, particularly after the shooting deaths of nine pro-Morales coca growers during a confrontation with security forces Friday. Furious over the shootings,
Trump checkup draws skeptics WASHINGTON — A lack of notice. Failure to level with the American people. A tough week for the White House as public impeachment hearings got under way. Add it all up, and President Donald Trump’s unscheduled weekend visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center raised suspicions about his health, despite White House officials’ insistence that the president was merely getting a head start on his physical. “The one thing you can be absolutely sure of is this was not routine and he didn’t go up there for half his physical,” tweeted Joe Lockhart, a press secretary under President Bill Clinton, who was himself impeached for perjury and obstruction. “What does it mean? It means that we just won’t know what the medical issue was.”
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A family member reacts at the scene of a fatal shooting in the parking lot of a Walmart in Duncan, Oklahoma, on Monday.
dead. Ford said all three knew each other but declined to describe their relationships or other identifying information pending notification of immediate family. He said all three were dead when police arrived just minutes after the shooting. Walmart spokeswoman LeMia Jenkins initially said no staff were involved. Jenkins later released a statement offering thoughts and prayers for the family of the woman killed in the shooting, who she said had been with the company for less than two months. Jenkins said the woman was at the Walmart during her free time and wasn’t scheduled to work that day. Duncan is about 80 miles south of Oklahoma City. The Walmart is in
a commercial center that includes a sporting goods store and a dollar store along U.S. Highway 81, the main road that passes through Duncan heading south toward Texas. There were more than 100 vehicles in the parking lot about two hours after the shooting plus a steady stream of customers coming and going from Walmart, which remained open for business. It was at least the third shooting at a Walmart in the U.S. this year. A Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, reopened Thursday after being closed since August, when a gunman opened fire in the busy store, killing 22. Just days before, two Walmart employees in Mississippi were killed by a man authorities described as a
disgruntled Walmart worker. The killings in Oklahoma come amid a spate of high-profile shootings across the U.S. A 16-year-old student at a high school in the city of Santa Clarita outside Los Angeles shot and killed two classmates and wounded three other teens Thursday before shooting himself in the head. He died the next day. In New Jersey, players and spectators ran for cover Friday night when a gunman opened fire at a high school football game, wounding two people. And on Sunday, four people were killed and six wounded in Fresno, California, where police say two shooters sneaked into a backyard party and shot into a group of Hmong family and friends.
Food, gasoline shortages reported in Bolivian cities By Paola Flores
Across the U.S.
backers of Morales demanded the resignation of Jeanine Áñez, Bolivia’s self-proclaimed interim president. She was a Senate vice president thrust into prominence after the resignations of senior leaders in Morales’ administration. Bolivian church leaders announced plans to begin talks involving U.N. envoy Jean Arnault. They appealed for the participation of Morales’ Movement Toward Socialism party and said topics would include new elections and calls for a new election panel. Former President Carlos Mesa, who finished second to Morales in the disputed Oct.20 election, said he would participate. The new hydrocarbons minister, Víctor Hugo Zamora, told Bolivia’s
ATB television that a gasoline supply convoy was having difficulty reaching the city because of roadblocks and ditches dug by protesters. Many shops in La Paz were closed and the few that opened were charging double the normal price, resident Guillermina Chura said. “What are we going to give to our families if things continue this way?” Chura said. Vendor Ana Gonzáles said she had packed up her vegetable stand in the street because she had nothing to sell. “What am I going to live from?” Gonzáles said. So f a r, Morales has remained defiant,
Today in History Today is Tuesday, Nov. 19, the 323rd day of 2019. There are 42 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History:
condemning the interim government and saying he was ousted in a coup. Blockades around the major city of Santa Cruz have also disrupted commerce. Producers said fruit and vegetables were rotting on trucks been unable to reach markets. Bolivia’s pro-Morales faction has set up the blockades as part of a concerted effort to destabilize the interim government, said Alberto Bonadona, an economic analyst and professor at the Higher University of San Andrés.
House releases temporary stopgap bill WASHINGTON — House Democrats released a temporary government-wide funding bill Monday to forestall a shutdown and give negotiators through Dec. 20 to try to hash out details of more than $1.4 trillion worth of unfinished spending legislation. The legislation faces a House vote Tuesday as Congress races to act before a midnight Thursday deadline to prevent a shutdown. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said the Senate will pass the measure by Thursday and said President Donald Trump has indicated he’ll sign it.
Around the World Death toll rises in Australian wildfires
SYDNEY — The death toll for wildfires raging across Australia’s most populous state has risen to four as authorities warned Thursday of worsening weather conditions to come. A body was found late Wednesday in a scorched forest near the town of Kempsey in northeast New South Wales, police said. He is suspected to be a man who had not been seen since Friday when ferocious wildfires across New South Wales killed three other people and destroyed at least 150 homes.
On Nov. 19, 1969, Apollo 12 astronauts Charles Conrad and Alan Bean made the second manned landing on the moon. On this date: In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln dedicated a national cemetery at the site of the Civil War battlefield of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania. In 1915, labor activist Joe Hill was executed by firing squad in Utah for the murders of Salt Lake City grocer John Morrison and his son, Arling. In 1919, the Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles (vehr-SY’) by a vote of 55 in favor, 39 against, short of the two-thirds majority needed for ratification. In 1942, during World War II, Russian forces launched their winter offensive against the Germans along the Don front. In 1959, Ford Motor Co. announced it was halting production of the unpopular Edsel. In 1977, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat became the first Arab leader to visit Israel. In 1984, some 500 people died in a firestorm set off by a series of explosions at a petroleum storage plant on the edge of Mexico City. In 1985, President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev met for the first time as they began their summit in Geneva. In 1995, Polish President Lech Walesa (vah-WEN’-sah) was defeated in his bid for re-election. In 1997, Iowa seamstress Bobbi McCaughey (mihk-KOY’) gave birth to the world’s first set of surviving septuplets, four boys and three girls. In 2006, British authorities said they were investigating the apparent poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko (leetvee-NYEHN’-koh), a former KGB agent who had been critical of the Russian government (Litvinenko died in London four days later of polonium poisoning). In 2017, Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader behind the gruesome murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles in 1969, died in a California hospital at the age of 83 after nearly a half-century in prison. Ten years ago: President Barack Obama wrapped up his weeklong Asia trip in South Korea, where he said the United States had begun talking with allies about fresh punishment against Iran for defying efforts to halt its nuclear weapons pursuits. President Hamid Karzai (HAH’-mihd KAHR’-zeye) pledged to get tough on corruption and strengthen security in Afghanistan as he started a second five-year term. Artist Jeanne-Claude, who helped create various “wrapping” projects with her husband Christo, died in New York at age 74. Five years ago: Defying Congress, President Barack Obama ordered sweeping changes in U.S. immigration policy possibly affecting as many as 5 million living illegally in the country. Film and theater director Mike Nichols, 83, died in New York. One year ago: A federal judge in San Francisco temporarily barred the Trump administration from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally. Nissan said the company’s chairman, Carlos Ghosn (gohn), had been arrested for allegedly underreporting his income and misusing company funds. The Trump administration dropped its effort to bar CNN reporter Jim Acosta from the White House, but said he could have his credentials pulled again if he didn’t follow guidelines governing the behavior of journalists. For the first time in NFL history, each team scored more than 50 points as the Los Angeles Rams outlasted the Kansas City Chiefs, 54-51; the game featured 14 touchdowns, included three by defensive players. Today’s Birthdays: Talk show host Larry King is 86. Former General Electric chief executive Jack Welch is 84. Talk show host Dick Cavett is 83. Broadcasting and sports mogul Ted Turner is 81. Former Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, is 80. Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson is 78. Fashion designer Calvin Klein is 77. Sportscaster Ahmad Rashad is 70. Actor Robert Beltran is 66. Actress Kathleen Quinlan is 65. Actress Glynnis O’Connor is 64. Broadcast journalist Ann Curry is 63. Former NASA astronaut Eileen Collins is 63. Actress Allison Janney is 60. Rock musician Matt Sorum (Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver) is 59. Actress Meg Ryan is 58. Actress-director Jodie Foster is 57. Actress Terry Farrell is 56. TV chef Rocco DiSpirito is 53. Actor Jason Scott Lee is 53. Olympic gold medal runner Gail Devers is 53. Actress Erika Alexander is 50. Rock musician Travis McNabb is 50. Singer Tony Rich is 48. Actress Sandrine Holt is 47. Country singer Jason Albert (Heartland) is 46. Country singer Billy Currington is 46. Dancer-choreographer Savion Glover is 46. Country musician Chad Jeffers is 44. Rhythm-and-blues singer Tamika Scott (Xscape) is 44. Rhythm-and-blues singer Lil’ Mo is 42. Olympic gold medal gymnast Kerri Strug is 42. Actor Reid Scott is 42. Movie director Barry Jenkins (Film: “Moonlight”) is 40. Actress Katherine Kelly is 40. Neo-soul musician Browan Lollar (St. Paul & the Broken Bones) is 37. Actor Adam Driver is 36. Country singer Cam is 35. Actress Samantha Futerman is 32. NHL forward Patrick Kane is 31. Rapper Tyga is 30. Thought for Today: “You can always tell gifted and highly intelligent people as they always turn to the past. Any young person who knows anything that happened before 1980, or 1990, or 2000 for that matter, is immediately someone who is intelligent, probably creative, maybe a writer. Nobody who is drawn to the past and learning about the past is not gifted.” -- Mike Nichols (film director, born in 1931, died on this date in 2014).
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Blake, Vigil, Wylie wear Lancer crowns Staff report Peninsula Clarion
The Homer Mariners finished third at the Lancer Smith Memorial Girls Tournament on Saturday in Palmer. With nearly all the top wrestlers present from both small and big schools, the tournament is billed as the toughest in Alaska. North Pole won the title with 147 points, while Bethel was next with 98 points and the Mariners scored 95 points. Also from the peninsula, Soldotna
was ninth and Nikiski was 31st. Sadie Blake, at 125 pounds, and Rayana Vigil, at 189 pounds, led the Mariners by taking individual championships. Also for Homer, Mariah Grimes was fifth at 160 and Mina Cavasos was sixth at 119. Amanda Wylie paced the Stars by taking home the individual crown at 160. Also for Soldotna, Trinity Donovan placed fifth. Destiny Martin was the lone wrestler for Nikiski and finished 2-2 at the event.
Vanderford moves to 9-0 in pro MMA Staff report Peninsula Clarion
Austin Vanderford, a 2008 graduate of Ninilchik School, improved to 9-0 in his professional mixed martial arts career with a victory over Grachik Bozinyan at Bellator 234 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The event
happened late Thursday night Alaska time. Vanderford, who won an NAIA wrestling title for Southern Oregon University at 184 pounds in 2012, is now 3-0 in Bellator. He did it against a fighter who came in with a 10-3 record. Vanderford won by unanimous decision.
Carstens gets off to fast start in college Staff report Peninsula Clarion
Bethany Carstens, a 2019 graduate of Nikiski High School, has gotten her basketball career at Division I Chicago State University off to a fast start. In just her second game,
Carstens cracked the starting lineup against Arizona. She made 4 of 8 shots and scored 10 points in an 82-50 loss to the Wildcats. She also grabbed two rebounds. Carstens has hit 2 of her 3 3-pointers in each of her two games.
Lafleur gets victory at Catalina Half Staff report
Seward’s Hannah Lafleur was the top woman in the Catalina Half Marathon in California and placed fourth overall Saturday. The course is 13.1 miles long and had 2,753 feet of
elevation gain and loss. Lafleur, who won the women’s Mount Marathon Race last summer, finished in 1 hour, 37 minutes and 11 seconds. She held off California runner Evelyne Ruiz by just 18 seconds. Lafleur broke the course record by more than four minutes.
Todd wins again PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico (AP) — Two tournaments, two victories. BrendonTodd returned Monday morning and quickly holed an 18-foot birdie putt for a one-shot lead, then closed with two nervy pars for a 3-under 68 to win the Mayakoba
Golf Classic for his second straight PGA Tour victory. He won the inaugural Bermuda Championship two weeks ago. “It’s just amazing how fast this game can turn,” Todd said. “It turned fast in the wrong direction for me in 2015.”
Clarification This is a clarification for the article that ran in the Sunday paper on Homer’s state volleyball championship. The Mariners won their last state championship in 1990, also in the 1989-90 school year.
Before the 1997-98 school year, volleyball was played in the late winter, with the state championship coming in April. The state finals now are held in November. So a volleyball state title in the 1989-90 school year would have come in 1990.
On Tap Peninsula high school sports Tuesday Wrestling Kenai at Nikiski, 5 p.m.
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Friday Hockey Homer at Soldotna, 4:30
Saturday Hockey Kenai at Homer, noon
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Chiefs hold off Chargers By Greg Beacham AP Sports Writer
MEXICO CITY — Nearly everything about this Monday night game felt foreign to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, from the gasp-inducing altitude of raucous Azteca Stadium to the struggles of their powerhouse offense. Mahomes loved the experience, but didn’t love how his offense played. The Chiefs’ defense picked it up time and again, culminating in the final pick that sent them all back home as winners. “We kept that confidence all game long,” Mahomes said. “We knew that someone was going to make a play to
win the game.” Daniel Sorensen snared Philip Rivers’ fourth interception at the goal line with 18 seconds to play, and the Chiefs stayed on top of the AFC West with a 24-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. Mahomes passed for 182 yards and hit Travis Kelce for his only touchdown, while LeSean McCoy and Darrel Williams rushed for touchdowns as the Chiefs (7-4) hung on to win the fourth regular-season NFL game played in Mexico despite being held to 310 yards of offense. They also survived a few problems with Azteca’s grass field and a one-sided first half
favoring the Chargers (4-7), who racked up 312 yards without a touchdown. After throwing his second interception of the season in the first half, Mahomes led two sharp scoring drives in the third quarter with help from Kelce, who caught seven passes for 92 yards. Mahomes also led the Chiefs with 59 yards rushing while his defense — which had only six interceptions all season coming into Mexico City — held Los Angeles to eight points in the second half. But the win still wasn’t assured until Sorensen grabbed Rivers’ underthrown pass to Austin Ekeler at the goal line to secure the Chiefs’
10th win over Los Angeles in 11 meetings. “I was real proud of our defense for the job that they did,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “Four takeaways, so for the guys that intercepted the football and then helped create the turnovers, I’m proud of those guys.” Rivers passed for 353 yards during his first four-interception game since November 2016 for the Chargers, whose playoff hopes are nearly dead after five losses in seven games. Keenan Allen caught his first TD pass since Week 3 in the third quarter, but the Chargers had three inept drives in the scoreless fourth quarter.
Kyle Busch nabs NASCAR title By Jenna Fryer AP Auto Racing Writer
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Kyle Busch casually collected the championship flag from his team and did a slow, subdued celebratory lap. The most polarizing driver in NASCAR had just won his
second Cup title and wanted to soak in the moment with his true fans. He didn’t do his customary bow to the crowd, asked NASCAR for permission to take his 4-year-old son along for the ride to victory lane, and when the duo finally got there it was then that Busch
remembered he’d just won both Sunday’s season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway and his second NASCAR title. “I do remember taking the white flag and crossing underneath that — I had some tears rolling down my eyes for the last lap and I was
just like, ‘Come on, man, we’ve still got to finish this damn thing. Don’t be such a siss,’” Busch said. “Emotions were starting to set in. I probably didn’t know where the hell my mind was at. I knew we had won and won big
3. Stanford 4. UConn 5. South Carolina 6. Texas A&M 7. Oregon St. 8. Louisville 9. Maryland 10. Mississippi St. 11. UCLA 12. Florida St. 13. Kentucky 14. N.C. State 15. Michigan St. 16. Miami 17. Syracuse 18. Indiana 19. DePaul 20. Arkansas 21. Michigan 22. South Florida 23. Gonzaga 23. Tennessee 25. West Virginia
TCU 65, Air Force 54 Texas State 73, Jackson St. 58 FAR WEST California 54, Prairie View 50 Colorado 69, UC Irvine 53 Montana Tech 74, Montana 72 UCLA 76, S. Utah 61 UNLV 72, Abilene Christian 58 Utah St. 82, UTSA 50
Colorado at Calgary, 5 p.m. Toronto at Vegas, 6 p.m. Edmonton at San Jose, 6:30 p.m.
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scoreboard Football NFL Standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA New England 9 1 0 .900 287 108 Buffalo 7 3 0 .700 211 170 N.Y. Jets 3 7 0 .300 164 255 Miami 2 8 0 .200 139 305 South Indianapolis 6 4 0 .600 227 206 Houston 6 4 0 .600 245 232 Tennessee 5 5 0 .500 203 197 Jacksonville 4 6 0 .400 189 222 North Baltimore 8 2 0 .800 341 196 Pittsburgh 5 5 0 .500 200 202 Cleveland 4 6 0 .400 192 228 Cincinnati 0 10 0 .000 147 276 West Kansas City 7 4 0 .636 308 256 Oakland 6 4 0 .600 225 250 L.A. Chargers 4 7 0 .364 224 218 Denver 3 7 0 .300 172 197 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Dallas 6 4 0 .600 286 197 Philadelphia 5 5 0 .500 234 230 N.Y. Giants 2 8 0 .200 203 289 Washington 1 9 0 .100 125 253 South New Orleans 8 2 0 .800 238 199 Carolina 5 5 0 .500 228 257 Atlanta 3 7 0 .300 220 262 Tampa Bay 3 7 0 .300 277 313 North Green Bay 8 2 0 .800 250 205 Minnesota 8 3 0 .727 289 205 Chicago 4 6 0 .400 169 174 Detroit 3 6 1 .350 244 272 West San Francisco 9 1 0 .900 295 155 Seattle 8 2 0 .800 275 254 L.A. Rams 6 4 0 .600 243 198 Arizona 3 7 1 .318 248 317 Thursday’s Games Cleveland 21, Pittsburgh 7 Sunday’s Games Baltimore 41, Houston 7 Indianapolis 33, Jacksonville 13 Atlanta 29, Carolina 3 New Orleans 34, Tampa Bay 17 Dallas 35, Detroit 27 Minnesota 27, Denver 23 N.Y. Jets 34, Washington 17 Buffalo 37, Miami 20 San Francisco 36, Arizona 26 Oakland 17, Cincinnati 10 New England 17, Philadelphia 10 L.A. Rams 17, Chicago 7 Open: N.Y. Giants, Seattle, Tennessee, Green Bay Monday’s Games Kansas City 24, L.A. Chargers 17 Thursday, Nov. 21 Indianapolis at Houston, 4:20 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24 Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 9 a.m. Miami at Cleveland, 9 a.m. Seattle at Philadelphia, 9 a.m. N.Y. Giants at Chicago, 9 a.m. Carolina at New Orleans, 9 a.m. Denver at Buffalo, 9 a.m. Detroit at Washington, 9 a.m. Oakland at N.Y. Jets, 9 a.m. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 9 a.m. Jacksonville at Tennessee, 12:05 p.m. Dallas at New England, 12:25 p.m. Green Bay at San Francisco, 4:20 p.m. Open: Arizona, Minnesota, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers Monday, Nov. 25 Baltimore at L.A. Rams, 4:15 p.m. All Times AKST
AP Top 25 The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 16, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Pv 1. LSU (54) 10-0 1542 1 2. Ohio St. (5) 10-0 1478 2 3. Clemson (3) 11-0 1442 3 4. Georgia 9-1 1343 5 5. Alabama 9-1 1263 4 6. Oregon 9-1 1243 6 7. Utah 9-1 1155 8 8. Oklahoma 9-1 1144 10 9. Penn St. 9-1 1030 9 10. Florida 9-2 984 11 11. Minnesota 9-1 902 7 12. Michigan 8-2 829 14 13. Baylor 9-1 787 12 14. Wisconsin 8-2 746 15 15. Notre Dame 8-2 676 16 16. Auburn 7-3 623 13 17. Cincinnati 9-1 536 17 18. Memphis 9-1 520 18 19. Iowa 7-3 493 23 20. Boise St. 9-1 379 19 21. SMU 9-1 328 20 22. Oklahoma St. 7-3 200 25 23. Appalachian St. 9-1 154 NR 24. Texas A&M 7-3 132 NR 25. Virginia Tech 7-3 61 NR Others receiving votes: Indiana 47, Iowa St. 31, Virginia 23, Navy 13, Air Force 12, Pittsburgh 9, San Diego St. 7, Southern Cal 6, Washington 6, Texas 4, North Dakota St. 1, Illinois 1.
Basketball Women’s AP Top 25 The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ women’s college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 17, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking: Record 1. Oregon (27) 3-0 2. Baylor (2) 3-0
Pts Prv 723 697
4-0 3-0 4-0 3-0 4-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 4-0 4-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 2-1 4-0 4-0 4-0 2-1 4-0 3-0
654 606 601 576 573 506 502 467 427 393 375 373 318 286 185 176 155 151 120 107 74 74 68
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Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 62, Arizona 53, Arizona St. 46, South Dakota 26, Missouri St. 24, Minnesota 13, Drake 6, Texas 5, Rutgers 2, Northwestern 1.
Men’s AP Top 25 The top 25 teams in ‘ women’s college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 17, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25thplace vote and last week’s ranking: Record 1. Oregon (27) 3-0 2. Baylor (2) 3-0 3. Stanford 4-0 4. UConn 3-0 5. South Carolina 4-0 6. Texas A&M 3-0 7. Oregon St. 4-0 8. Louisville 3-0 9. Maryland 3-1 10. Mississippi St. 3-0 11. UCLA 3-0 12. Florida St. 4-0 13. Kentucky 4-0 14. NC State 3-0 15. Michigan St. 3-0 16. Miami 3-0 17. Syracuse 3-0 18. Indiana 3-0 19. DePaul 2-1 20. Arkansas 4-0 21. Michigan 4-0 22. South Florida 4-0 23. Gonzaga 2-1 23. Tennessee 4-0 25. West Virginia 3-0
Pts Prv 723 1 697 2 654 3 606 4 601 6 576 5 573 7 506 9 502 8 467 10 427 11 393 12 375 13 373 14 318 16 286 17 185 20 176 21 155 18 151 23 120 24 107 25 74 74 68 -
Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 62, Arizona 53, Arizona St. 46, South Dakota 26, Missouri St. 24, Minnesota 13, Drake 6, Texas 5, Rutgers 2, Northwestern 1.
Women’s Scores EAST American U. 56, High Point 48 Cleveland St. 61, Hofstra 51 Lehigh 70, CCSU 51 SOUTH Austin Peay 100, MVSU 82 Clemson 76, Alabama St. 43 Florida 60, Presbyterian 46 Furman 70, Hampton 65 Louisiana-Monroe 63, Northwestern St. 54 Mississippi St. 122, Troy 82 NC A&T 80, ETSU 69 Nicholls 101, Paul Quinn College 68 North Alabama 88, Tennessee St. 63 Texas-Arlington 88, Grambling St. 54 UNC-Asheville 64, W. Carolina 47 MIDWEST Bowling Green 88, Notre Dame College 54 Creighton 70, N. Dakota St. 59 Kansas St. 109, Oral Roberts 69 SOUTHWEST Texas Tech 98, Florida A&M 60 UTSA 79, University of the Southwest 62 FAR WEST Idaho 66, San Francisco 60 UC Santa Barbara 57, Southern Cal 46 Utah 87, E. Washington 49 Utah St. 56, Long Beach St. 48
Men’s Scores EAST Army 81, Fairleigh Dickinson 65 Bryant 73, Niagara 62 LIU Brooklyn 92, Delaware St. 84 Lehigh 87, Misericordia 68 Pittsburgh 63, Monmouth (NJ) 50 West Virginia 69, N. Colorado 61 SOUTH Auburn 91, Colgate 62 Belmont 90, High Point 51 Coastal Carolina 93, Middle Tennessee 72 Kentucky 82, Utah Valley 74 McNeese St. 103, Arlington Baptist 51 North Florida 115, Trinity Baptist 39 SC State 103, Wilberforce 79 Southern U. 121, Ecclesia 55 Tennessee St. 99, Fisk 65 Troy 84, Carver 57 UNC-Greensboro 55, Appalachian St. 41 W. Kentucky 109, Campbellsville 66 MIDWEST Akron 76, SC-Upstate 45 Cent. Michigan 115, Siena Heights 58 E. Illinois 114, Indiana-Northwest 61 Illinois 66, Hawaii 53 Michigan St. 94, Charleston Southern 46 Missouri 75, Wofford 56 N. Illinois 65, Longwood 48 Notre Dame 63, Presbyterian 53 Oakland 60, Hartford 50 Ohio St. 86, Stetson 51 SMU 59, Evansville 57 South Dakota 71, SIU-Edwardsville 56 UMKC 111, Bacone 38 SOUTHWEST Oklahoma 75, William & Mary 70
NBA Glance EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Boston 11 2 .846 — Toronto 9 4 .692 2 Philadelphia 8 5 .615 3 Brooklyn 5 8 .385 6 New York 4 10 .286 7½ Southeast Division Miami 9 3 .750 — Orlando 6 7 .462 3½ Charlotte 6 8 .429 4 Atlanta 4 9 .308 5½ Washington 3 8 .273 5½ Central Division Milwaukee 10 3 .769 — Indiana 8 6 .571 2½ Detroit 4 9 .308 6 Cleveland 4 9 .308 6 Chicago 4 10 .286 6½ WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division Houston 11 3 .786 — Dallas 8 5 .615 2½ Memphis 5 8 .385 5½ San Antonio 5 9 .357 6 New Orleans 4 9 .308 6½ Northwest Division Denver 9 3 .750 — Utah 8 5 .615 1½ Minnesota 8 6 .571 2 Oklahoma City 5 8 .385 4½ Portland 5 9 .357 5 Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 11 2 .846 — L.A. Clippers 9 5 .643 2½ Phoenix 7 5 .583 3½ Sacramento 5 7 .417 5½ Golden State 2 12 .143 9½ Sunday’s Games Philadelphia 114, Cleveland 95 Sacramento 100, Boston 99 Denver 131, Memphis 114 Orlando 125, Washington 121 New Orleans 108, Golden State 100 L.A. Lakers 122, Atlanta 101 Monday’s Games New York 123, Cleveland 105 Indiana 115, Brooklyn 86 Toronto 132, Charlotte 96 Houston 132, Portland 108 Milwaukee 115, Chicago 101 Dallas 117, San Antonio 110 Boston 99, Phoenix 85 Minnesota 112, Utah 102 L.A. Clippers 90, Oklahoma City 88 Tuesday’s Games Golden State at Memphis, 4 p.m. Portland at New Orleans, 4 p.m. Phoenix at Sacramento, 6 p.m. Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, 6:30 p.m. All Times AKST
Hockey NHL Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 20 12 3 5 29 70 53 Montreal 20 11 5 4 26 72 62 Florida 20 10 5 5 25 74 74 Buffalo 20 10 7 3 23 59 59 Toronto 22 9 9 4 22 71 77 Tampa Bay 17 9 6 2 20 64 59 Ottawa 20 8 11 1 17 55 66 Detroit 22 7 12 3 17 51 82 Metropolitan Division Washington 23 16 3 4 36 89 69 N.Y. Islanders 18 14 3 1 29 58 42 Carolina 20 12 7 1 25 70 59 Pittsburgh 20 11 7 2 24 67 50 Philadelphia 20 10 6 4 24 61 60 N.Y. Rangers 18 8 8 2 18 60 66 New Jersey 19 7 8 4 18 50 69 Columbus 19 7 8 4 18 45 63 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division St. Louis 21 12 4 5 29 62 61 Colorado 20 12 6 2 26 73 59 Winnipeg 21 12 8 1 25 59 64 Dallas 21 11 8 2 24 55 52 Chicago 20 9 7 4 22 61 59 Nashville 19 9 7 3 21 70 66 Minnesota 20 7 11 2 16 53 69 Pacific Division Edmonton 22 13 6 3 29 71 61 Arizona 22 13 7 2 28 64 49 Vancouver 21 10 7 4 24 69 59 Vegas 22 10 9 3 23 68 65 Calgary 23 10 10 3 23 60 70 Anaheim 22 10 10 2 22 59 64 San Jose 21 10 10 1 21 63 73 Los Angeles 21 8 12 1 17 53 75 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Top three teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs. Sunday’s Games Vegas 6, Calgary 0 Chicago 4, Buffalo 1 Monday’s Games Washington 5, Anaheim 2 Arizona 3, Los Angeles 0 Tuesday’s Games Montreal at Columbus, 3 p.m. Philadelphia at Florida, 3 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 3 p.m. Minnesota at Buffalo, 3 p.m. Boston at New Jersey, 3 p.m. Ottawa at Detroit, 3:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at St. Louis, 4 p.m. Winnipeg at Nashville, 4 p.m. Carolina at Chicago, 4:30 p.m. Vancouver at Dallas, 4:30 p.m.
All Times AKST
Racing NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Ford EcoBoost 400 Results Sunday At Homestead-Miami Speedway Homestead, Fla. Lap length: 1.50 miles (Start position in parentheses) 1. (4) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 267 laps, 40 points. 2. (3) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, 267, 35. 3. (16) Erik Jones, Toyota, 267, 37. 4. (2) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 267, 33. 5. (5) Joey Logano, Ford, 267, 36. 6. (10) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 267, 36. 7. (15) Ryan Newman, Ford, 267, 30. 8. (22) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 267, 30. 9. (12) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 267, 28. 10. (1) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 267, 27. 11. (7) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 266, 36. 12. (25) Daniel Hemric, Chevrolet, 266, 25. 13. (18) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 266, 28. 14. (17) Daniel Suarez, Ford, 266, 23. 15. (11) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 266, 22. 16. (20) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 266, 21. 17. (19) Paul Menard, Ford, 266, 20. 18. (8) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 265, 19. 19. (23) Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Ford, 265, 18. 20. (21) Matt DiBenedetto, Toyota, 265, 17. 21. (13) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 265, 16. 22. (14) Aric Almirola, Ford, 264, 15. 23. (30) John H. Nemechek, Ford, 264, 0. 24. (24) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 263, 13. 25. (26) Ryan Preece, Chevrolet, 263, 12. 26. (28) Michael McDowell, Ford, 263, 11. 27. (31) David Ragan, Ford, 263, 10. 28. (33) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 262, 0. 29. (37) Drew Herring, Toyota, 262, 8. 30. (34) JJ Yeley, Chevrolet, 262, 0. 31. (29) Corey Lajoie, Ford, 261, 6. 32. (39) BJ McLeod, Chevrolet, 256, 0. 33. (40) Timmy Hill, Toyota, 248, 0. 34. (27) Bubba Wallace, Chevrolet, 243, 3. 35. (36) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 242, 0. 36. (38) Josh Bilicki, Ford, brakes, 240, 0. 37. (35) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, brakes, 236, 1. 38. (32) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, garage, 227, 0. 39. (9) William Byron, Chevrolet, engine, 215, 4. 40. (6) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, engine, 209, 18. Race Statistics Average Speed of Race Winner: 142.365 mph. Time of Race: 2 hours, 48 minutes, 47 seconds. Margin of Victory: 4.578 seconds. Caution Flags: 3 for 15 laps. Lead Changes: 14 among 5 drivers. Lap Leaders: D.Hamlin 0; K.Harvick 1-20; M.Truex 21-38; R.Stenhouse 39; M.Truex 40-86; Ky.Busch 87; M.Truex 88-120; Ky.Busch 121-143; K.Harvick 144-156; Ky.Busch 157-167; D.Hamlin 168-169; Ky.Busch 170-209; M.Truex 210-214; K.Harvick 215-222; Ky.Busch 223-267 Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps Led): Ky.Busch, 5 times for 120 laps; M.Truex, 4 times for 103 laps; K.Harvick, 3 times for 41 laps; D.Hamlin, 2 times for 2 laps; R.Stenhouse, 1 time for 1 lap. Wins: M.Truex, 7; D.Hamlin, 6; Ky.Busch, 5; K.Harvick, 4; B.Keselowski, 3; C.Elliott, 3; J.Logano, 2; R.Blaney, 1; K.Larson, 1; A.Bowman, 1; Ku.Busch, 1; E.Jones, 1. Top 16 in Points: 1. Ky.Busch, 5040; 2. M.Truex, 5035; 3. K.Harvick, 5033; 4. D.Hamlin, 5027; 5. J.Logano, 2380; 6. R.Blaney, 2339; 7. K.Larson, 2339; 8. B.Keselowski, 2318; 9. C.Bowyer, 2290; 10. C.Elliott, 2275; 11. W.Byron, 2274; 12. A.Bowman, 2257; 13. Ku.Busch, 2237; 14. A.Almirola, 2234; 15. R.Newman, 2219; 16. E.Jones, 2194.
BASEBALL American League HOUSTON ASTROS — Agreed to terms with 1B Yuli Gurriel on a one-year contract. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA — Fined Sacramento G Buddy Hield $25,000 for kicking the game ball into the spectator stands at the conclusion of the Nov. 17 game against Boston. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL — Named Dasha Smith executive vice president and chief people officer. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS — Placed DE Lerentee McCray and TE Josh Oliver on IR. Signed TE Nick O’Leary. Signed TE Charles Jones from the practice squad and TE Matt Sokol to the practice squad. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — Placed DE Emmanuel Ogbah on IR. Signed WR Gehrig Dieter from the practice squad. OAKLAND RAIDERS — Signed LB Preston Brown. Placed WR-KR Dwayne Harris on IR. PITTSBURGH STEELERS — Released WR Terry Wright and LB Sutton Smith from the practice squad. Signed RB Ralph Webb and WRs Quadree Henderson and Amara Darboh to the practice squad. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — Released DL Terry Beckner from the practice squad. GOLF LPGA — Elected Diane Gulyas chair of the board of directors, Madeleine Kleiner and John Veihmeyer to the board of independent directors and Lydia Ko, Amy Olson and Alena Sharp to the board as player directors. HOCKEY National Hockey League NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Recalled D Steven Santini and F Mathieu Olivier from Milwaukee (AHL). NEW JERSEY DEVILS — Placed G Cory Schneider on waivers. SOCCER Major League Soccer LA GALAXY — Exercised their 2020 contract option on F Cristian Pavón. COLLEGE SIENA — Named Casey Garcia assistant baseball coach.
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and were being a big more subdued about it.” Busch emerged from the Joe Gibbs Racing juggernaut as NASCAR’s latest champion, winning his second title Sunday after teammates Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. were slowed by pit-road gaffes. He snapped a 21-race losing streak and beat Hamlin, Truex and rival Kevin Harvick for the Cup. Busch joined seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson as the only active drivers with multiple titles. He’s the 16th driver in NASCAR history to win multiple championships, and one of only five to win titles in
both the Cup Series and the second-tier Xfinity Series. The No. 18 crew climbed the pit wall and handed Busch the championship flag for his post-race celebration, and he was met on the frontstretch by son Brexton, who immediately asked: “Dad, are you going to throw me in the air again?” about their celebratory tradition. He also asked to join his father for the final ride into victory lane. Busch had raced for a second championship in each of the last three seasons and fell short a year ago in part because of his crew’s own pit error. This time, it was Truex and Hamlin bitten by silly mistakes. Truex dominated early but fell a lap back after his crew put tires on the wrong side of his Toyota.
Tagovailoa gets good news after surgery TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama’s team surgeon said Tua Tagovailoa’s prognosis was “excellent” after the quarterback underwent surgery to repair a dislocated hip, although there is no timeline for Tagovailoa’s recovery. Dr. Lyle Cain said Tagovailoa is expected to recover fully after Monday’s surgery in Houston — probably the best possible news the QB could have received about the devastating seasonending injury, which has cast a cloud over his football future. The 2018 Heisman Trophy runner-up, Tagovailoa emerged as a likely high draft pick — possibly No. 1 overall — with fans of downtrodden NFL teams using the Twitter hashtag “Tankfortua” to show their hopes of getting the QB in the draft.
If Tagovailoa does decide to enter the draft, it’s unclear how the injury will affect how teams evaluate him. Saban isn’t publicly speculating on Tagovailoa’s prospects. “Our concern is about him getting healthy,” the coach said. “This is going to be a long recovery for him, but we fully expect a full recovery. No one’s really speculating or talking about what’s best for him to do in the future. My only concern is that he can do what’s best for him in his future. I don’t know if right now’s the time to be thinking about that, when you’re thinking about the guy’s health and wellbeing and recovery.” Saban pointed out that New York Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley also dislocated a hip in the national championship game to end the 2011 season.
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Rockets top Blazers for 8th straight By The Associated Press HOUSTON — James Harden scored 36 points, Russell Westbrook had 28 points and a triple-double, and the Houston Rockets coasted to their eighth straight win, 132-108 over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night. Westbrook had 13 rebounds and 10 assists for his third triple-double of the season and the 141st of his career after sitting out to rest in Houston’s last game on Saturday night. The Rockets led by double digits for most of this one on a night they got starters Clint Capela and Danuel House back after both players had missed time with injuries.
Dorian Finney-Smith added a career-best 22 points and Kristaps Porzingis had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Dallas.
CELTICS 99, SUNS 85 PHOENIX — Jayson Tatum scored 26 points, Kemba Walker added 19 and Boston beat Phoenix. Boston (11-2) had a 10-game winning streak snapped Sunday by the Sacramento Kings but bounced back with a relatively easy road victory. The Celtics led by 15 at halftime and never had their lead cut to less than nine in the second half.
LOS ANGELES — Paul George hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 25 seconds left, lifting Los Angeles over Oklahoma City to improve to 8-1 at home. The Thunder had just tied the game at 86-all on a 3-pointer by former Clipper Danilo Gallinari before Chris Paul made two free throws after being fouled by George for an 88-86 lead.
DALLAS — Luka Doncic scored a career-high 42 points in his sixth triple-double of the young NBA season and Dallas sent San Antonio to its sixth straight loss. The 20-year-old secondyear player leads the NBA in triple-doubles after finishing with 11 rebounds and 12 assists to go with the biggest shot of the game, a 3-pointer with 26.5 seconds to play that put the Mavericks up 115-110. Doncic joined LeBron James as the only players in NBA history younger than 21 to have a 40-point triple-double.
added 15 as the Raptors posted their biggest margin of victory of the season and remained unbeaten in five home games. They also ended a two-game skid against the Hornets.
TIMBERWOLVES 112, JAZZ 102
NEW YORK — Aaron Holiday had career highs with 24 points and 13 assists, Domantas Sabonis added 16 points and a career-high 18 rebounds, and Indiana cruised over Brooklyn. Justin Holiday chipped in 20 points while T.J. Warren added 19 for the Pacers, who snapped a two-game losing streak. Spencer Dinwiddie scored 28 points and Jarrett Allen finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds for the Nets, who played without Kyrie Irving for a second straight game and were held to their lowest point total of the season.
PACERS 115, NETS 86
SALT LAKE CITY — KarlAnthony Towns had seven 3-pointers and 29 points, and Minnesota handed Utah its first home loss. Without second-leading scorer Andrew Wiggins, the Timberwolves held the Jazz to 36.8% shooting and were bolstered by Jeff Teague’s 21 points and 11 assists. Kelan Martin had seven of his 14 points in Minnesota’s decisive run in the fourth quarter, and Robert Covington added 15 points.
CLIPPERS 90, THUNDER 88
MAVERICKS 117, SPURS 110
Milwaukee beat Chicago for its fourth straight victory. Brook Lopez added 19 points and 10 rebounds as Milwaukee won for the eighth time in nine games. The Bucks also beat the Bulls 124-115 on Thursday in Milwaukee.
RAPTORS 132, HORNETS 96
KNICKS 123, CAVALIERS 105
TO RO N TO — O G Anunoby scored a careerhigh 24 points before being poked in the right eye for the second time in four games, Pascal Siakam had 20 points and Toronto routed Charlotte. Norman Powell scored 17 points, rookie Terence Davis got all of his career-high 16 points in the fourth quarter and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
BUCKS 115, BULLS 101 CHICAGO — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 33 points and 10 rebounds, and
NEW YORK — Julius Randle scored 30 points, Marcus Morris Sr. added 23 and New York beat Cleveland. R.J. Barrett added 15 points and Damyean Dotson had 11 for New York. Kevin Porter Jr. led Cleveland with 18 points. Collin Sexton and Alfonzo McKinnie each had 14.
Capitals get best of Ducks in feisty matchup WASHINGTON (AP) — Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play goal, Garnet Hathaway was ejected for spitting during a heated brawl and the Washington Capitals beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-2 in feisty matchup Monday night. Hathaway was given a
match penalty and thrown out for spitting on Anaheim’s Erik Gudbranson in the latter stages of a fracas between the teams late in the second period. Even after the game misconduct that’s automatic for spitting, Hathaway could face more discipline from the
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Angeles. Derek Stepan and Jakob Chychrun also scored, and Christian Dvorak and Nick Schmaltz had two assists apiece as the Coyotes won their fourth in five games. Schmaltz raised his point total to a team-high 18.
COYOTES 3, KINGS 0 GLENDALE, Ariz. — Conor Garland had a goal and an assist, Antti Raanta stopped 31 shots and Arizona beat Los
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2. The Deed of Trust dated March 29, 2016 to secure payment of a promissory note of the same date, was recorded on April 4, 2016, Serial No 2016-0027300. Kenai the records of the Kenai Recording District, Third Judicial District, State of Alaska; 3. The trust property is described as: Lot 1 and 2, Block 1, BIRCH HOLLOW SUBDIVISION PART 4, according to the official plat therof, filed under Plat Number 81-30, Records of the Kenai Recording District, State of Alaska. The trust property is located at: 35840 Forest Ln.; Soldotna, AK 99669. 4. A breach of the obligation for which the Deed of Trust is security has occurred. 5. The nature of the breach is that the Trustor has failed to satisfy a certain indebtedness according to the terms thereof as evidenced by written promissory note dated March 29, 2016 the payment of which is secured by said Deed of Trust; 6. The sum presently owing on the obligation is Eleven thousand seventy five dollars ($11075.00) together with costs and attorney’s fees. 7. Upon the basis of the sworn statement of beneficiary and demand for sale, the Trustee hereby gives its notice of election to sell the above-described property at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash in lawful money of the United States, payable at time of sale, to satisfy the said obligation, interest, costs and attorney’s fees. 8. The said sale shall be held at the main door of the Alaska Court Building, 125 Trading Bay, Kenai, Alaska at the hour of 10:00 a.m. o’clock a.m. on January 13, 2020. 9. The default having arisen by failure to make payments required by the trust deed, the default may be cured and the sale under this section terminated if the sum in default, which is principal in the amount of $11,075.00 as of the audit report date of February 21, 2019 and late payment fees if applicable together with principal from the audit report date until date of payment, together with attorney and other foreclosure fees and costs incurred by the beneficiary and trustee due to the default, is made before the sale date stated herein or to which the sale is postponed. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that beneficiary will have the right to make an offset bid without cash in an amount equal to the balance owed on the obligation at the time of sale, including all sums expended by Beneficiary and Trustee under the Deed of Trust with interest thereon. Any inquiries regarding the sale should be directed to Phil N. Nash, Attorney at Law, 110 S. Willow Street, Suite 104, Kenai, Alaska, 99611, telephone (907) 283-7514, facsimile (907)-2837429. DATED this 3rd day of October, 2019. First American Title Insurance Co By: Krista Karson Its: Authorized signer Pub: Oct 29, Nov 5,12 & 19, 2019 879116
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Parents are up in arms over boy’s photo posted online DEAR ABBY: My husaccount with a filter alterband and I have a happy, ing the picture’s original adorable 18-month-old color! son. Understandably, My husband and I he’s the light of our lives. became extremely upset Early in my pregnanabout it, and my husband cy, I decided to not post agreed to tell her that she a pregnancy announcecould no longer share picment or pictures of him tures of our son on social on social media. I felt media. Is this approprimy son should have the ate? I don’t want to be Dear Abby autonomy to build his one of those controlling, Jeanne Phillips own social media presdomineering parents, but ence as he saw fit. During I firmly believe that my the past year, I have felt comfortable mother-in-law should have asked sharing about five pictures of him permission prior to sharing any picwith my 40-plus close friends and tures of our son. Am I correct? family who follow that social media — NEW MOM IN NEW YORK account. My mother-in-law has been postDEAR MOM: You and your husing pictures of my son to her social band should ask yourselves what has media account for a while now. It upset you more — that his mother bothered me, but I didn’t voice any shared a family picture with her circle concerns because I didn’t want of friends (as you have with 40-plus of to overreact. A few weeks ago, my yours) or that she altered the color. If husband texted her a picture of our you prefer she post no more pictures, son, himself and me. A few hours ask her to stop and explain why. If it’s later, it ended up on her social media the fact that she took artistic license,
I think you are overreacting and you should let it go.
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wrong to do it so she could spend the weekend with a former lover. (What am I? A consolation prize?) I ended the relationship over the brush-off she gave me, but she is trying to renew things. Was I wrong to take this as serious enough to end the relationship? — PERPLEXED EX IN MISSOURI
DEAR ABBY: I am a 70-year-old widower. For the past year I’ve been dating a woman, “Celeste,” and our relationship was growing closer (we were intimate, and we seemed to be becoming a couple). Because she’s a big fan of a particular performer who was going to be in our area, I bought tickets for us two months in advance. They were quite expensive. Celeste knew about it and was eager to go. On the day of the performance, when I went to pick her up, she informed me that she wouldn’t be able to go. A friend had just come into town (passing through on business) and surprised her with a visit. She apologized and promised she’d explain later that weekend. Well, the man turns out to be a former beau she hadn’t seen in about a year. Celeste seems to think I should be OK with her canceling our date, but I can’t help but feel she was
DEAR EX: You were not wrong. Celeste stood you up, which was, to say the least, inconsiderate of your feelings. (Did she offer to reimburse you for those tickets? I’m betting she didn’t.) She’s trying to renew the romance with you (for now) because her former beau’s visit ended. When he called, she should have told him she had a previous commitment and honored it. That she didn’t shows she is self-centered and will continue to be if you allow it. Eligible men your age are a hot commodity. It shouldn’t be too hard to find someone who appreciates what you have to offer. Move on.
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ARIES (March 21-April 19) HHHH You find a close associate difficult and ready to jump into nearly any situation. This person proves more willing to fight for what he or she wants. You have the wisdom to deal with this. Nevertheless, you could be surprised. Tonight: Full steam ahead.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) HHHH You could be pondering different perspectives. The question at hand revolves around your personal life. What is clear is that you will come up with an unusually creative response. Tonight: Let it all hang out.
HHHH You can’t help telling it like it is. You speak your mind. Whether others hear you might be their issue. The people who are key to your life value your opinions and appreciate your perspective. Tonight: Stay anchored.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) HHHH Use caution with spending. You could easily let yourself splurge, justifying your actions. The implications might not be on your mind. You also might see the right gift for someone. Direct some of your energy into making Thanksgiving unique. Tonight: Visit with a friend.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) HHHH You are full of spunk and get-up-and-go, at least during the daylight hours. You have pushed so hard the past few days that by late afternoon, you want to slow down. Tonight: Accept an easy and relaxed friend’s invitation.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) HHHH You might not feel as empowered as you can or would like until later in the day. Use the earlier part of the day to do some reflection
HHHH Use the first part of the day for anything you consider high priority. You are likely to hit a home run. Midafternoon, you could slow down because you have pushed yourself hard to achieve a certain goal. Tonight: Give yourself space to review recent events.
Dear Heloise: I’ve been getting a lot of 2020 WALL CALENDARS from nonprofits that I can’t use. It seems a shame to throw them out — I’d rather give them away. Do you know who could use them? — Carol B., Westminster, Calif. Carol, yes, ‘tis the season for calendars, and many of the pictures are so beautiful. How about schools, youth and church groups, day care centers or senior centers? The card stock is wonderful quality, and these groups can make puzzles, flashcards, bookmarks, etc., from the calendars, and even frame the pretty pictures. The number part of the calendar can be used to teach the holidays, counting, spelling, etc. — Heloise
Tech Tuesday Dear Readers: Ever purchase an electronics item online, then have an issue with it? Most of us have. Read the warranty card that is included with the item. It will, more often than not, refer you to
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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) HHHH You want feedback. Even if you do not like what you hear, let another person know you appreciate his or her efforts. As you foster this type of interaction, others will become more involved. Tonight: Dinner with a special person.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) HHHHH You might decide to give a special project the extra touch that makes all the difference. Others admire your strength, vision and endurance. They pitch in at the last minute. You get positive feedback and results nearly immediately. Tonight: Just not alone!
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) HHHH You could be overwhelmed by all that is going on around you. Do not allow another person to make demands or rain on your parade. Value your ideas as much as you do others’. Tonight: Join friends for dinner.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) HHHH Others sometimes think you are scheming because you often seem quiet, yet reflective. You also ask insightful questions that indicate you are viewing a situation differently. Tonight: Expressing some of your thoughts with a co-worker or associate.
the company website to download and read the instruction manual, operating manual and troubleshooting tips, which should help. Most companies have these online nowadays to save paper. If you need a hard copy, call the company. The number should be printed on the warranty card. — Heloise
Frosted windows Dear Heloise: If you have a garage door that has windows, you can buy a frosted film at your homeimprovement store and cover the windows from the inside for security. — Nancy P. in San Antonio
A few of my own Dear Heloise: I use shinguards so rocks don’t hit me when I’m using the string trimmer on weeds and grass. Secondly, I have moved my son twice, and I use plastic totes instead of moving boxes. After the move, they can be used for storage in his house. —Brenda, via email
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HHHHH A partner plays a significant role in your decisions. This person seems to be there for you and have many ideas that you can use. You feel as if you are about to hit a lucky streak. Tonight: Respond to another person’s ideas.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
hints from heloise A month of calendars
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before acting on a key project, event or interaction with a loved one. Tonight: Make it yours.
BORN TODAY Actress Jodie Foster (1962), actress Meg Ryan (1961), talk-show host Larry King (1933)
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This year, you open up to many different points of view. Optimism and positivity mark your daily life. If single, you often have mixed feelings about romance, yet all works out well. Do not commit quickly. If attached, the two of you often like discussing a situation to see the various possibilities. You might not always agree, but you appreciate the different viewpoints of others. VIRGO offers the precision that you appreciate, but they can be fussy.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019:
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Kelly Cooper files as undeclared for House District 31 race By Michael Armstrong Homer News
With the 2020 general election a year away, the race for House District 31 Representative has already started. On Thursday, Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly President Kelly Cooper filed her letter of intent to run for the seat now held by Rep. Sarah Vance, R-Homer. Cooper, 58, has registered as undeclared, and said she hasn’t decided whether she will run in the Alaska Democratic Party primary or the general election as an independent candidate. Democratic Party rules allow candidates not registered for a political party to run in their primary elections. To keep her options open, Cooper
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no way of knowing whether Pence read it. Pence has said that nothing about the transcript struck him as off-base, but hasn’t said when he first focused on it. As the impeachment inquiry moves forward, Pence is broadly following the careful approach he took during much of the first two years of Trump’s presidency, as special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian
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is located. Just under $3 million will go to the University of Miami, to restore more than 125 acres of coastal reefs off Florida’s Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. The university is matching the grant with
has said she intends to run in the primary. Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board member Zen Kelly is her campaign treasurer, and Cooper said she already has volunteers signed up for her campaign. Vance filed her letter of intent in August to run for re-election in the Republican Party primary. Filing a letter of intent to run for a seat allows candidates to begin fund raising. Now in her second, threeyear term on the assembly, Cooper cannot run again under borough term-limit rules. Her term expires in October 2020. Cooper said she’s running for representative because of dissatisfaction with partisanship in the Alaska Legislature.
“After watching last year’s session I grew extremely frustrated,” she said. “I decided to Kelly Cooper run to reject the partisan dysfunction and instead carry forward the independent traditions of the Alaska I know and love.” Former Rep. Paul Seaton, who served 16 years in the Legislature before being defeated by Vance in his last run for re-election in 2018, said he has no intention of running again. Seaton had been elected as a Republican, but ran as a nonpartisan under the Democratic Party banner after the Republican Party establishment pulled its
support for him because he had joined a bipartisan and independent caucus. “I served 16 years and it’s time to have other people step up to the plate and have this representation in Juneau,” Seaton said. “Knowing Kelly and her background and her very good representation for the peninsula in the assembly, I would be very comfortable with her representing us in the Legislature.” A 17-year Alaska resident, Cooper has served on the assembly since 2014, representing District 8, the Homer and Kachemak City area of the southern Kenai Peninsula. Cooper got her start in local public service on the South Peninsula Hospital operating board. A widow who lost her husband, Jim, to pancreatic
cancer, Cooper also has been active in awareness of pancreatic cancer, serving on the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and in Homer’s Relay for Life, part of a nationwide fundand awareness-raising effort sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Cooper owns Glacier View Cabins and Coop’s Coffee. During her time with the assembly, Cooper has served on the Borough’s Health Care Task Force, co-chaired a subcommittee creating the emergency services highway corridor service area in the Hope/Cooper Landing/ Moose Pass district, served on the work group getting the Watermelon Trail rerouted and completed and made the Homer Annex available for telephonic testimony.
“I get comments from my constituents on a regular basis for being a voice of reason and voting for the issue and not on party lines,” she said. “… Given my history in the last six years on the assembly, my constituents both conservative and liberal will say I’ve been responsive to everyone.” Cooper had been assembly president in 2016 and then was selected again for that role in October. Though technically nonpartisan, she said the assembly can be partisan at times, with a diverse group ranging from liberal to conservative. “That body of eight members selected me to be their president,” she said. “I think that’s a signal we can be nonpartisan and get work done.”
interference in the 2016 election hung over the administration. At times, he seemed cut off from how decisions were being made. After the sudden firing of FBI Director James Comey, Pence echoed administration talking points that the decision by Trump to fire Comey came only after the president received a memo from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Days later, Trump undercut Pence and others by saying he was planning to fire Comey even before the memo and had considered it since the start of his administration.
Pence’s aides have spent recent weeks trying to distance him from the impeachment inquiry, as Pence himself insists the president did nothing wrong. Pence spokeswoman Katie Waldman has said the vice president was unaware of efforts to push Zelenskiy to release a statement announcing investigations. And Pence has said no such push came up during his September meeting with Zelenskiy in Warsaw, even as the leaders discussed the U.S. military aid that was under review. Waldman also said Pence was unaware of the “brief
pull-aside conversation” that Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, reported having with a top aide to Zelenskiy following the Pence-Zelenskiy meeting. Sondland has said he told Andriy Yermak that the “resumption of U.S. aid would likely not occur until Ukraine provided the public anticorruption statement that we had been discussing for many weeks.” Pence would hardly be the first vice president to find himself out of the loop. Matt Bennett, who was serving as an aide to Vice President Al Gore when news of
President Bill Clinton’s affair with a White House intern broke, recalled the vice president being caught offguard by the revelation. Bennett remembers Gore asking, “Who the hell is Monica Lewinsky?” Compared with his recent predecessors, Pence has had less of an impact in shaping presidential policy initiatives, says Bennett. He said Trump often operates as a team of one. George W. Bush, for instance, leaned heavily on Vice President Dick Cheney in carving out the rationale to launch the Iraq war and in
designing the war on terrorism. Cheney was tasked to help vet potential running mates for Bush as a presidential candidate and ultimately ended up with the job himself. Barack Obama asked Biden to spearhead his push to draw down troops from Iraq and deputized Biden to do the heavy lifting on an unsuccessful push to overhaul the nation’s gun laws following the rampage at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School that left 26 dead. On the campaign trail, Biden often boasts that he was the “last person in the room” with Obama before every major decision.
another $3 million. A grant of $2.4 million, with a matching grant of $2.5 million by suburban Jefferson Parish will build a series of stone breakwaters, behind which silt can build up to create 60 to 70 acres of marsh, tidal creeks and lagoons along a mile-long stretch of beleaguered Lake Pontchartrain shoreline. A pile-driver was pounding
65-foot pilings into the estuary’s mucky bottom on Monday for a boardwalk planned to go through the wetlands’ eastern edge. The smallest grant, totaling $75,000 and matched by an equal amount of local money, will enable the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management to pay for preliminary assessment and design work to build green
infrastructure along 49 acres along the Quonochontaug Salt Pond. Other projects are in California, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Maine, Michigan, North and South Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Washington, Guam and Puerto Rico. Money for the fund came from the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,Shell Oil Co. and Transatlantic Holdings Inc., also called TransRe. Four projects in California are receiving nearly $2 million, including $1.4 million to set levees back from a tidal creek area to reduce flooding and reconnect tides to brackish wetlands. The Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
is contributing another $12.3 million for the work at Walnut Creek. The District of Columbia’s Department of Energy and Environment is receiving $250,000 and contributing $500,000 to develop preliminary designs to restore Oxon Run in the southeast section of the nation’s capital, including plans to remove nearly a mile of concrete lining the stream bed.
Pets A12 | PENINSULA CLARION | PENINSULACLARION.COM | Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Camel, cow, donkey roam Kansas road, ‘halfway toward a live Nativity’ Associated Press
GODDARD, Kan. — Authorities discovered a camel, a cow and a donkey roaming together along a Kansas road in a grouping reminiscent of a Midwestern Christmas Nativity scene. The Goddard Police Department asked for help Sunday locating
the owners of the “three friends traveling together (towards a Northern star).” Goddard police said in a Facebook post that if they couldn’t find the owners, they would be “halfway toward a live Nativity this Christmas season.” Sedgwick County Sheriff ’s Lt. Tim Meyers said
the animals belong to an employee of the nearby Tanganyika Wildlife Park. One person who replied to the Facebook post inquired, “Are there 3 wise looking men near?” Another speculated that they “may lead you to the Second Coming.” Goddard is about 15 miles west of Wichita.
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A camel, donkey and a cow are found roaming on a road near Goddard, Kansas on Sunday.
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Meet zeus Look at this guy who’s available for adoption!! ? His name is Zeus and he is a two year old Australian Sheperd/Heeler/ Lab mix. He likes to play fetch, LOVES attention, and knows basic commands. He’s even crate trained. ? He gets along with other dogs, hasn’t been around cats. ? Zeus needs to be placed in a home with no small children and would benefit from an experienced owner. Email Us Today!
Meet rajah Rajah is a 10 year old female black lab/ border collie mix - this senior sweetie would love to spend the holidays with her new family. Her people moved last summer, now her foster human is leaving town, so she is looking for her furever home. She is good with well mannered kids and other dogs. She loves walks, playing outside (especially in the snow!), and going on rides in the car. She will make a very loyal and sweet companion for her new family.
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Meet Asura I am a little shy when I first meet new people but warm up pretty quickly. I enjoy playing with other kittens and toys.
• Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler & Australian Shepherd Mix Kenai, AK • Adult Male Large Black , Gray / Blue / Silver , Merle (Blue) • Crate, adult, experienced, basic commands • Short Coat Length • House Trained • Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered • Good in a home with other dogs. • Prefers a home without children.
• Black Labrador Retriever & Border Collie Mix • Senior • Female • Medium • Black • Short Coat Length • House-Trained • Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered. • Good in a home with other dogs, children
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AurorA • Husky Mix • Puppy • Female • Medium • White / Cream • Short Hair Coat • Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered • Good in a home with other dogs, cats, children
Meet Aurora Aurora is a beautiful little Husky mix who is looking for her forever home! She is about 7 weeks old now and will be ready to go to her new home in the next couple weeks - get your adoption application in now so you are ready to take her home as soon as she’s ready! Email us today! Meet yeti My name is Yeti. I am 2 years old male cat. When I first got to the shelter I was super shy and nervous. I am coming around and starting to crave attention. I love when I get my ears and head scratched.
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