A pair of hikers witnessed and reported the crash around 2 p.m. on Tuesday, trooper say

Peninsula Clarion
Daily Update for June 21, 2024

Update: Bodies of 2 men retrieved from submerged plane in wake of reported Moose Pass crash

A pair of hikers witnessed and reported the crash around 2 p.m. on Tuesday, trooper say   Read More →

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Dipnetting in Kasilof opens Tuesday

Dipnetting will be allowed at all times until Aug. 7   Read More →

Fish and Game restricts bait on Kasilof, Ninilchik Rivers

The use of bait on the rivers will begin Friday and extend to July 15 in Ninilchik, July 31 in Kasilof   Read More →

Slow sockeye fishing on Kenai, Russian Rivers

Northern Kenai Fishing Report for June 20   Read More →

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Bag limits doubled for sockeye salmon in Resurrection Bay

The increase is effective from June 21 to July 31   Read More →

Caring for the Kenai winners receive EPA award

Winning team of the 34th annual Caring for the Kenai was selected for the President’s Environmental Youth Award   Read More →

Thursday: Oilers take 3rd straight against Miners

The Peninsula Oilers defeated the Mat-Su Miners 2-0 on Thursday in Alaska Baseball League play at Coral Seymour Memorial Park. The Oilers have now taken the first three games of the five-game set against the Miners.   Read More →

Refuge Notebook: Invasive green crab rapid response plan: Just what the doctor ordered

As Alaskans, we all love our coastline. It’s where treasures are found, foods are gathered and nature unfolds. With over 33,000 miles of coastline, there’s an activity for everyone: beachcombing, foraging  Read More →

Lydia Jacoby, after surprise Tokyo Olympic gold, misses out on Paris: ‘It hasn’t quite hit me yet’

Veteran swimmers often describe U.S. Olympic trials as the hardest swim meet in the world   Read More →

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