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DOWL HKM Environmental Specialist Paul Pribyl talks with a community member after presenting the results of a groundwater movement study on Monday March 23, 2015 in Nikiski, Alaska.

Nikiski water study finds two aquifers

Results are in and the groundwater in central Nikiski could be travelling in several different directions.

by Rashah McChesney

Record-holding archer and her father reflect on hunt

Kendra Brush, a junior at Cook Inlet Academy, said she made her first big game kill in 2009. "It was a hog in Texas," she said. "A large hog.
BEN BOETTGER

Police identify remains as missing Kenai family

The remains of two of the four people found in a field in north Kenai have been confirmed by the State Medical Examiner to be those of missing Kenai residents Rebecca Adams and Brandon Jividen, according to Thursday media release from...

Non-motorized boat users off the hook for larger fees

Users of the Kenai River may catch a break when it comes to paying fees. At Wednesday's Soldotna city council meeting, a resolution was adopted that reduces the launch fees for non-motorized boats.
IAN FOLEY

Oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed now

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JONATHAN FAHEY
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