Pink salmon are still plentiful in Kenai River tributaries, but it may be time for anglers to move on to silver salmon entering the streams.
Silver salmon are now bending the rods of local anglers who were anticipating their arrival among an abundant early run of pink salmon.
It was reported Monday by Andrea Peterson of the Washington Post that the city of Ferguson had hired a Chesterfield public relations firm that specializes in crisis management. We tried contacting the firm to verify this, but no one answered the phone.
In response to the August 12 article, "District O candidates square off" I would like to thank Senator Micciche for his support against House Bill 77.
As of September 1, the weekend Mass Schedule will change for Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 222 West Redoubt Avenue, Soldotna. On Saturday, Reconciliation will be available from 4:15-4:45 p.m.; and Vigil Mass at 5 p.m.
As summer turns to fall on the Kenai Peninsula recreational interests shift from the fishing holes to the woods with the opening of several big game hunting seasons.
Besides the question all men have, "What do women want?" another question keeps nagging at me. What do fish want? Right up front, I confess that I have no idea. None. All my life I've wondered what fish want.
The last of the Upper Cook Inlet East Side setnetters pulled their nets out of the water for good Aug. 6 after harvesting almost a million fish this season.
FAIRBANKS (AP) - A 16-year-old Delta Junction boy stole alcohol from a lodge, burned it down and sold the booze out of his vehicle, according to state prosecutors.
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