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Mr. Kenneth W. Brand

...Jan. 13, 1954 in San Jose, Calif. In 1992 he moved to Alaska where he worked for the Silver Bay Logging Camp on Afognak Island for three years. In 1996 Ken moved to Kasilof and has lived there ever since. Ken built roads in Haines, drove...

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Rev. Moon charged with overfishing in Kodiak

...arraignment in Kodiak on Sept. 15, on charges of taking more than the legal limit of coho salmon from Marka Bay on Afognak Island. Moon was cited Aug. 25 by officers from the Alaska Division of Fish and Wildlife Protection, who said they were...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/083000/ala_083000alapm0040002.shtml
Medicine on the fly

...popped and backfired all the way. That?s just the way he was.? Stenga said they once took their planes to Afognak Island on an elk hunting trip. Isaak, his plane already filled with meat, insisted on strapping old airplane parts to...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051307/people_0513peo002.shtml
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Old growth

...the designated Chugach Forest has shrunk and grown over the years. It once included all of the Kenai Peninsula, Afognak Island and surrounded Anchorage. Today, the 5.6-million acres of the Chugach are divided into three zones: The Glacial...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072207/people_3157.shtml
For biologist, watching loons marks passage of seasons

...those loons spent that winter in the Pacific Ocean, one near Cape Douglas on the Alaska Peninsula and the other near Afognak Island. The surviving loon chick I watched throughout the summer of 2007 floated gently on the calm waters of the lake by...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/101207/news_3296.shtml
Business Briefs

...required for family recreational activities such as berry picking, hiking and picnicking on Native corporation land on Afognak Island. Natives of Kodiak Inc. and Ouzinkie Native Corp. now require the permits as part of a land-use policy meant...

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