As I drove home from a meeting at the Kenai River Center on Tuesday evening my thoughts were that what I experienced there was the best I can recall in a long time coming from any meeting including government, any government.
The Kenai River Sportfishing Association's behavior of late is entirely worthy of a "time out" given to an immature child acting inappropriately. KRSA unethically tapped into a private United Fisherman of Alaska (UFA) teleconference with the intent of furthering their unique form of sleazy politics. KRSA then shared the ill-gotten teleconference info with others with the intent to disparage and worse. KRSA viciously spun and twisted facts and then used them to assault and discredit Vince Webster as he was considered for confirmation by the Legislature for a seat on the Board of Fisheries.
...place to sit. But he never got the view he wanted. "I never turned around and looked back after I hit the ground," Bill Sullivan said. The chunks of ice that calved off the block and broke open his ankle, tore his rotator cuff, cracked the ski...
On a stormy winter day in March, Bill Sullivan was hiking along the Kenai Beach when he stumbled upon an interesting ice formation, something he thought may have been washed...
It is long overdue that I take the time to compliment and to thank the folks at the Borough Road Service Area for their works and their efforts with regard to the neighborhoods involved in the Karluk area flooding these past two months. My first encounter with this borough department was with Carey Ward when the Borough was fixing to tear up my driveway to put in culverts.
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