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Kasilof River dipnetting area expanded, bag and possession limit increased
The net needed to be assembled. The two pieces, one very long rod, connected to a shorter rod with a large square net, is awkward… Continue reading
No Alaska teachers have signed up for the free training
Local CSA offers fresh fruits and vegetables right down the road
Winds have blown the fire’s smoke into its valley, affecting the community’s local tourism industry.
The test is being conducted to evaluate the system and encourage folks to register their cellphones.
Fire lines, natural features curtail Swan Lake Fire growth
Historic cabin to be featured near visitor’s center
Business to offer storage units for sale
Without enough lawmakers in Juneau, session adjourns until Wednesday
The city of Soldotna will pay $42,000 to Kenai for the care of 150 animals.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy last month called a special session in Wasilla
Wednesday was windy and cloudy, and dipnetters jumped with every wave to avoid getting splashed.
The previously recorded all-time high for Kenai was 87 degrees.
The camp offers a series of weeklong, hands-on instructional sessions for students.
The fire is 96,889 acres and moving into higher elevations.
The shark is a close relative of the Greenland shark, which can live hundreds of years.
Local lawmakers are divided on where to go
Smoke from the Swan Lake Fire will reduce visibility to 1/4 mile or less at times
Hidden Lake Campground and the recreational trails accessed along Skilak Lake Road opened Thursday.