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Parker made an unsuccessful run for Seat D during the regular election held on Oct. 1.
My boyfriend won’t let me be on his volleyball team. Last summer, before we were dating and when female participation in the Seward softball league… Continue reading
The meeting will be held from Dec. 10 to 13 at AVTEC.
Currently, the department is budgeted for 18 officers
The dinner is a tradition that started in 1976.
Every time I turn on the news I hear another thing that sets my teeth on edge.
I’m always looking for the right answer, the right way to do things. I manipulate my Google searches over and over, to find the hidden… Continue reading
On a late September early morning drive back from Talkeetna, I saw winter surprise three different drivers. The first hit the black ice in their… Continue reading
I woke up this morning a bit richer. The Alaska Permanent Fund dividend landed in Alaskans’ bank accounts sometime early Thursday and mine was among… Continue reading
Updated: Polls closed at 8 p.m. across the Kenai Peninsula and the votes have been tallied. Below are the unofficial results as they stand at… Continue reading
I want to start reflecting on this summer with an onslaught of adjectives — hot, exciting, adventurous, challenging — but I have two more things… Continue reading
I bought my 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee when I first moved to Alaska after a failed fling with a 1992 Cherokee that had a leaky… Continue reading
As fishing season winds down, fire shuts down some Kenai River access
When I asked Peter what I should write my column about this week, he suggested I talk about swimming in lakes. It was intuitive, since… Continue reading
First place, and $10,000, was earned for a silver weighing 15.99 pounds.
Coho sport fishing on the Lower Kenai River is picking up but still reported as slow.
The idea of multiverses has been big lately, in this one at least. The theory goes that the world we live in is just one… Continue reading
The silver salmon have returned to Resurrection Bay, with cohos being caught as close as Caines Head
The sustainable escapement goal is not expected to be achieved.
Through July, over 1 million late-run sockeye were counted with sonar.