During my 55 years of life, I have traveled to 33 different states and have spent time either fishing or hunting in most of them, sometimes even doing both. That makes for a whole lot of hunting and fishing partners all across the United States. Some of these outdoor people I will never forget, and others well you know, they can never seem to tell the truth. You know the type; when they start telling another tale, the others in your group roll their eyes and mumble "Oh no. here he goes again".
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Who really triggers violence?
Timothy McVeigh's alleged connection with the militia is held by many to be the reason for his actions in Oklahoma City. Now rumors are circling that anti-government rhetoric, common among many dissenting groups triggered the tragic actions of Joseph Stack who burned his house and flew his plane into the Austin, Texas, IRS building last week.
Other regions should take a cue from northern neighbors
I watched a show called "The Wrath of God" on the History Channel. It actually chronicled the "Buffalo Blizzard of 1977." President at the time, Jimmy Carter, made Buffalo and its outlying areas a "Federal Disaster Area. "The temps dropped, people died, storm of the century type thing. Today, 33 years later, now any change in weather is labled "global warming" when actually it is a cycle, kind of like the trends in a Farmer's Almanac. I know we have affected the world as humans, with cars and factories, I get it. However, this type of stuff has been occuring every single year and the places hit with snow are unprepared, and die because they don't know how to survive.
Avalanche victim found
Searchers recovered the body of an Anchorage man who was buried in a Feb. 13 avalanche in the Kenai Mountains on Monday afternoon.
'A bad dream': Witness said she found Lister's glasses through clairvoyant episode
The witness who can provide one of the clearest timelines in the state's case against Jimmy Eacker also claims to have found a critical piece of evidence after having an illuminating dream.
Today's paper is boroughwide
The Peninsula Clarion is distributing approximately 33,000 newspapers throughout the Kenai Peninsula Borough today. Included with the paper is the Borough's annual foreclosure list on real property, which state law requires to be published annually; as well as delinquent personal property tax list, which borough code requires to be distributed annually.
KPB mayor looks back; talks about future plan: Dave Carey discusses administration hits, misses
In an hour-long interview with the Peninsula Clarion last week, Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Dave Carey assessed his administration and discussed future plans. He expressed a commitment to fiscal conservatism that he said will include job cuts in his upcoming budget proposal. Carey also indulged our request to assign himself a letter grade for his mayoral performance to date. What follows is an edited transcript of Friday's interview:
90-day session hastens Legislature's work rate
Alaska's 2010 legislative session is one-third of the way toward the April 19 adjournment, and the pace of meetings and hallway lobbying in the Capitol has picked up as the limitations of what can be accomplished in a 90-day session sinks in with lawmakers and constituent groups.
Kenai hopes to attract flocks of birders: Groups get nest egg to educate visitors, locals
The Kenai Convention & Visitors Bureau and Kenai Birders are hoping to market the Peninsula as a wildlife-viewing mecca by enhancing the Kenai wildlife viewing platform and trail as well as beginning a winter birding celebration.
Victim's husband testifies in murder trial
The defense in the Jimmy Eacker murder trial has argued since opening statements that its client had no reason to kill Toni Lister in 1982. Unlike Eacker, Calvin Lister, Toni Lister's husband, had a clear motive, the defense argues.
Mike and Bekki Hatten of Kalifornsky Beach said, "This is Tristin, Abby and Christina getting ready to go trick or treating last Halloween. Abby is a 7-Month old boxer."
Area racers scratch from Iron Dog
All three of the racers from the Kenai Peninsula in the 27th Iron Dog snowmachine race have scratched. Racers are struggling with low-snow and warm conditions.
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