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Mushroom hunters find tasty harvest on the Kenai Peninsula 

updated 11:41pm

The Central Kenai Peninsula is projected to yield a bountiful harvest of morel mushrooms this season. Mushroom hunters are already on the move, combing through the undergrowth and forest floor.

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Rough seas blamed for Cook Inlet fuel spill

05/23/15

The U.S. Coast Guard is responding a fuel spill near Port Graham Cook Inlet.

Cook Inlet Harbor Safety Committee seeking members

05/23/15

The proposed Cook Inlet Harbor Safety Committee is another step closer to reality. After writing and receiving comments on a draft charter, the group's convening committee is searching for another essential organizational element: members.

Norwegian king scheduled to visit Homer next week

05/23/15

His Royal Highness King Harald V of Norway visits Anchorage and Homer next week for the first visit by the king to Alaska. King Harald arrives in Anchorage on Sunday and then visits Homer and Kachemak Bay on Tuesday morning.

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Sports

Records fall at Region III track meet

Records fell by the wayside like dominos Friday and Saturday at the Region III Track and Field championships at Ed Hollier Field in Kenai.

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Outdoors

An Outdoor View: Fishing and luck

(Author's note: Because 2015 marks the 30th year that a Kenai River king salmon has held the IGFA, all-tackle world record, let's consider what it takes - or more aptly what it doesn't take - to catch big fish.

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Arts & Entertainment

Reeling it in: 'Mad Max' blazes down 'Fury Road'

"Mad Max: Fury Road"
Warner Bros.
2 hours

There's a recurring element in this week's insanely entertaining action adventure "Mad Max: Fury Road," that sums up what I love about not only this film, but it's predecessors as well.

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Community

Voices of Faith: Go to your closet to meet God

Do you have trouble finding a good quiet time each day to talk with God? I mean really talking with God. Being busy with every day things, sometimes too busy every day, is often the culprit demon that steals away that quiet time we need.

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Kids collecting trash help Kenai River Spring Cleanup

As the budding leaves and warmer temperatures bring promise of the summer season and hours spent enjoying the mighty Kenai River, members of our community young and old were found volunteering ... Read More

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