Time to stop saddling a dead horse
The beaches of the Kenai Peninsula are a treasure trove to those who are willing to keep their head down.
The woods are getting a bit louder these days.
Few people are aware of a unique tradition that happens annually here at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. For the past thirty years only the luckiest of individuals have had the honor to take part in this important event and, this year, I was one of them. What is this tradition, you may ask? It is the annual counting of snowshoe hare pellets. That’s right, ever since 1983 the Refuge has been counting bunny poop!
There’s a fine line between a plant causing a blood infection and a plant making a healthy snack, and Kellie Nightlinger knows the difference.
Many admire the strength of character of Harry S. Truman. Yes, the Harry Truman, who was President of the United States. It was Harry Truman who ended World War II and was President during most of the Korean War. Harry Truman stood up against anyone or anything for what he thought was right.
The weather may have been ideal, but the young Legion Twins chances at a title were not Wednesday afternoon at Coral Seymour Memorial Ballpark in Kenai.