‘Reps’ not representing us well
In regard to Mr. Murkowski running again for governor, it is not a very good idea, not only for him, but for the people of Alaska.
Games over, but spirit lives on
As we get ready to turn off the lights and lock the doors, I wanted to say congratulations and thank you. Several months have passed since we extinguished the Cauldron at the closing ceremonies of the 2006 Arctic Winter Games.
Good behavior would put tourists in new light
It seems each year we are inundated with rude inconsiderate tourists, and I wonder why these people bring their bad manners into our community. Is this the way they live in their hometowns? If so, I’m glad I am not their neighbor.
Catching a drift
A drift boat of anglers floats downstream on the Kasilof River past the Sterling Highway bridge earlier this month.
Fish trip nets unusual catch
Had Richard Balogh been fishing in Prince William Sound rather than Cook Inlet, he might have been prepared for the fish that emerged from the ocean’s icy waves onto the halibut charter boat he was fishing on last week.
American marten: A mammal barometer of global climate change
Global climate change is increasingly recognized as a powerful force reshaping the environment in recent decades. Climate change raises many new questions which challenge traditional views of wildlife management, such as how altered climate will affect various wildlife species, change ecosystem functions, and ultimately, how ecosystems should be managed within this constantly shifting climatic framework.
Photo feature: Colorful experience
Youngsters at the Boys and Girls Club of the Kenai Peninsula play under a brightly colored parachute outside the group’s clubhouse in Kenai on Wednesday afternoon. The weather this week has been good for those who want to play outside.
Soldotna council: No stripping after midnight
Stripping must stop at midnight.
Bear cubs force closure
A wooded area and eight tent sites near the Russian River Ferry were closed to public access Wednesday after two brown bear cubs took up residence there. The cubs are believed to belong to a sow that was shot in the area last week, after the bear charged fishermen.
Halibut: That’s the (derby) ticket
Fair weather and favorable tides may make for some fantastic flat-fishing this weekend.
Backpackers should carefully consider the foods they carry
Backpack any of Alaska’s many mountain trails and you will be rewarded handsomely for hours of huffing, puffing and grunting beneath the weight of your pack. However, you may not realize this until just when you think you can’t pull your pack up one more foot of elevation, and you reach the crest of a mountain where valleys and glaciers emerge before your eyes and beg you to stop and inhale the wonders of the wilderness.
Peninsula needs to help prevent possible disaster
When disaster strikes, it often catches us off guard. Sometimes it affects one, sometimes many. It’s all too common that no one saw it coming.
Around the Peninsula
Kids car seat checks todayChay show on energy slatedOld post office open for toursArchers to shootSuicide symptom detection classes givenSign up now for swim lessonsPaddle, bike, run for Chugach Forest
Acts of kindness never go unnoticed by God
The story is told of the old rice farmer enjoying the scenery from his window. His farm lies high up a hill, giving a breathtaking view of the ocean.
Clothes closet opensChurch to honor militaryChurch night set at Oiler ParkCrowder to speak in SterlingVBS plans fiestaBible school takes youth to edgeSummer Bible school sets sailClothes availableAddictions group meets
Twins split with BartlettKachemak Trust to host bicycling excursionWomen’s fly-fishing clinic registration open
Bird in bloom
A fine hello to all Divot-heads! Another week has passed here at Bird Homestead. Would like to give you all an update on our resident moose, Bullwinkle, but he seems to be on vacation this week. We do, however, have a multitude of butterflies and our flowers are coming into bloom in our half-barrels. May not be as inspiring as a Bullwinkle update, but there’s something to be said for bloomin’ flowers, eh?
Oilers hang on for sweep of Panners
The only mistake Peninsula Oilers relief pitcher Mike Koons made Thursday night was talking to the media.
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