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Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion
Thor Lindstam, of Anchorage, manuevers his inflatable raft up to the shore while fishing near Skilak Lake on Sunday March 1, 2015 near Sterling, Alaska. Lindstam said he didn't have much luck trout fishing but had caught, and released, a silver salmon.

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SeaLife Center mourns loss of sea lion

The Alaska SeaLife Center is grieving over the loss of one its family members. On Wednesday, Sugar, a 21-year-old Steller sea lion, was euthanized after having battled bone degeneration, an ailment that was discovered late last year.
IAN FOLEY

Fish and Game predicts average year for Cook Inlet commercial harvest

Fish and Game predicts average year for Cook Inlet commercial harvest Managers say fishing strategy should be similar to 2014 season Commercial fisheries managers in the Cook Inlet are predicting a run of about 5.
Rashah McChesney

Busy night for Kenai

Kenai's field of flowers, a meadow located between Lawton Drive and the Kenai Spur Highway which the city seeded with wildflowers last year, will not be getting a gazebo when it is recreated this summer.
BEN BOETTGER

School district looks for savings

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District administration is suggesting staffing cuts, shifting to online curriculum and reducing the utility budget as a way to minimize expenses in 2016. The proposed savings are just more than $1.
Kelly Sullivan
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