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Learning after the burn: Fish and Game to study moose population 

updated 8:56pm

The Funny River wildfire burned nearly 200,000 acres, transforming the ecology of a large portion of the northern Kenai Peninisula.

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Walker names DNR, Revenue commissioners

Today, 8:04pm

JUNEAU - Just over a week before he is sworn in, Gov.-elect Bill Walker announced his first Cabinet picks - Mark Myers as Natural Resources commissioner and Randall Hoffbeck as Revenue commissioner.

Sports

Homer, SoHi to meet for End of Road Shootout title

Staff report The Soldotna and Homer hockey teams set up a title match in the End of the Road Shootout by winning games Friday in Homer. The Stars took down Bartlett 2-1 to improve to 4-2 on the season.

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Outdoors

Refuge Notebook: Birders flock after 'fowl' weather events

It was like a scene out of the movie "The Big Year" starring Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, and Jack Black. Several hotshot birding friends decided to make a run to Seward after a recent storm to see what interesting birds might have been deposited.

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Opinion

Buy locally, support yourself

As Alaskans prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday and the inevitable onslaught of a post-holiday shopping frenzy, it’s time think about what’s being bought and how the local economy can benefit from the national Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping trends.

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Arts & Entertainment

Singing is a full body experience

On the first night the freshly-formed Kenai Peninsula Singers amassed 40 locals inside the Kenai Central High School choir room. Founder Simon Nissen, the school's choir director, had no idea the group would be that large.

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Community

Are you 'THANK FULL'?

I volunteer on a regular basis at an elementary and high school serving breakfast to students. It is a joyful time of serving hungry folks with forms of nourishment like pancakes, sausages or even cereal.

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Dispatch

Trunk or treat... a decade of tons of fun & sweets

In keeping with the motto of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula "A Safe Place for Kids," a decade ago the Kenai Club held the first "Trunk or Treat.

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