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Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion
Aaron Dupuis carries a king salmon caught in Deep Creek on the opening day of king salmon fishing on Memorial Day weekend Saturday May 22, 2015 near Ninilchik, Alaska.

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Refuge plans grand opening for new visitor center

Kenai National Wildlife Refuge will celebrate the Grand Opening of your new Visitor Center on Saturday 1-5 p.m. The Center opens with a celebratory ribbon cutting at 1 p.m. on Saturday. At 2 p.m.

Sport fishermen slow to respond with applications for $4.6 million in fisheries disaster aid

Sport fishermen who were affected by the 2012 fisheries disaster have been slow to respond to a call for applications for aid, but the few who have applied may get a larger share of the $4.6 million available, because of the lack in...
Rashah McChesney

House Finance unveils draft spending plan

JUNEAU - The House Finance Committee advanced a state spending plan Wednesday that seeks to dial up pressure on minority Democrats to end a long-running impasse over the budget.
Becky Bohrer

School pool fees may go up

Fees for the seven swimming pools inside Kenai Peninsula Borough School District middle and high schools are likely to increase to offset a $750,000 operating deficit.
Kelly Sullivan
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