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The 2021-2022 winter motorized season will run through April 30.
The first part of a two-part collection of humorous tales gleaned from old newspapers on the central Kenai Peninsula.
Only one campground will be closed at a time, and updates on closures will be shared to the Chugach National Forest’s website.
No through traffic will be allowed between Milepost 57 to 58.5, near Jims’ Landing.
Her long career had come to an end at last.
The S.S. Dora touched lives on and became part of the history of the Kenai Peninsula and Southcentral Alaska.
The Dora traveled from the West Coast to Southeast Alaska, to Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet, to Bristol Bay and the Aleutian Islands, and occasionally all the way to Nome.
The Alaska State Redistricting Board will collect public input on six maps.
The Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area is one of only 55 NHAs in the United States.
Although Dr. R. J. Alcorn spent only a few years in Alaska, he certainly got around.
It’s not uncommon to send crews to other wildlife refuges to aid with fire containment.
The project aims to reduce congestion on the Sterling Highway through Cooper Landing.
AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is Part One of a two-part story about a physician/surgeon who came to Seward in the 1920s with some curious blank spots… Continue reading
Kelly Tshibaka received the license during an event on the Kenai River in 2019.
A new trail connecting the Burney’s and Hideout routes is set to be finished toward the end of September.
Part Two of a two-part story about a few of the unlucky and the unwise among the long history of medical professionals in Seward.
Efforts to advance the legislation were spearheaded by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, including U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
Seward’s medical professionals have had their share of bad luck.
July is the seventh month, and is called “Dog Days” because it’s the warmest month in the Northern Hemisphere. FACTS: Astrological Signs: Cancer and Leo;… Continue reading
By Clark Fair For the Peninsula Clarion We all hope we live in a safe neighborhood. I know I hoped so. I grew up on… Continue reading