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...to the dean's list at the University of Washington's College of Arts and Sciences. She is the daughter of Lisa and Bill Kent. Area students graduate Andrew Patrick Seaman of Homer and Arika Jensen of Kenai recently graduated from Washington State...

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Time flies when your living, working, playing the Alaska dream

...Kenai Peninsula knowing we have made lasting friendships, and that our 16 years will be forever in our fondest memories. Bill Kent began his duties as the supervisory park ranger at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in 1991; he and his family lived...

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KDLL thanks volunteers

...Patrick Parker, Roy Mullin, Robb justice, David Edwards-Smith, Frank Kassik, Cheryl Wickstrom, Mary Anderson, Bill Kent, Uriah Balke, Gabe Van Zee, and Vickie Tinker. For their gift of time, talent and energy: Rita Kincade, Lisa Parker...

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Moose Range Meadows unusable; facility may take years to repair

...that we want the facility repaired as quickly as possible and available once again to you and other refuge visitors. Bill Kent is the Supervisory Park Ranger at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. The Kents live in Sterling. Previous Refuge Notebook...

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Outdoors
Summer visitors: Seeing Alaska again for the first time

...on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Photo courtesy Bill Kent Editor?s note: This Refuge Notebook article originally...the Great Land, with all of its still beautiful land. Bill Kent has been the supervisory park ranger at Kenai National...

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Outdoors
Autumn afield

...It was a four-day trip, and we only saw two other people. Seeing less tourist suits me just fine," Adams said. Bill Kent, a supervisory ranger with the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, spoke to another reason that makes fall camping great...

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Big back yard: Winter activities abound on wildlife refuge lands

...million acres is a lot of back yard, and wintertime makes a lot of it much more accessible than it is in the summertime. Bill Kent is the Supervisory Park Ranger responsible for visitor services at the refuge. He and his family live in Sterling. Previous...

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