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William Arthur Soares

...Kenai in 1970. He enjoyed spending time with his son Frank and his family, in the outdoors. From snowmaching in the Caribou Hills, to blueberry picking, he enjoyed it all. He also enjoyed spending time in the pit at the stock car races in Kenai...

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Tami M. Rogers

...passion for the outdoors. Tami loved fishing on the Kenai with her friends and family, and loved spending time in the Caribou Hills with her husband Ken. Tami and Ken were also avid motorcyclists and she loved touring Alaska and the western U.S...

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Refuge Notebook: After the fire

...past few years has witnessed the fury of extreme fire behavior associated with human-caused fires such as the 2007 Caribou Hills fire, the 2014 Funny River fire, and this year's Card Street fire. We live amongst vegetation that by its genetic...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2015-08-27/refuge-notebook-after-the-fire
Outdoors
Area racers all set for Iron Dog

...snowmachines," the elder Wood said of his family. "Every weekend I'd take the kids out, we had a cabin in the Caribou Hills, and they'd start riding from about 3 years old." Wood said his work prevented him from ever running the Iron...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-02-20/area-racers-all-set-for-iron-dog
Sports
Four Peninsula riders ready for Iron Dog experience

...snowmachines," the elder Wood said of his family. "Every weekend I'd take the kids out, we had a cabin in the Caribou Hills, and they'd start riding from about 3 years old."Wood said his work prevented him from ever running the Iron...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-02-23/four-peninsula-riders-ready-for-ir
Sports
Refuge Notebook: Common grass has uncommon attributes

...It has become the dominant plant on the slopes around Caribou Hills that were deforested after a spruce bark beetle outbreak...grassland fires that burned significant acreage. The Caribou Hills Fire began in June 2007 when sparks from a shovel being...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2015-07-02/refuge-notebook-common-grass-has
Outdoors
Game board authorizes cow, roadside hunts for parts of peninsula

...of moose. This was, in part, due to several recent fires in the area including the Fox Creek Fire and one in the Caribou Hills, he said. Moose numbers in 15B, an area recently burned in the Funny River Fire, could also improve in the next...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-03-18/game-board-authorizes-cow-roadside-h
News
Kasilof

...are also home to the Tustumena 200 Sled Dog Race, as well as an entry point for snowmachiners into heading into the Caribou Hills trail region of the lower Kenai Peninsula. For history buffs, the Kasilof Regional Historical Association's McLane...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/explore-the-kenai/places/kasilof
Places
No snow, no go: T200 canceled

...sled dog race has been canceled due to insufficient levels of snow. The annual race covers 200 miles of trails in the Caribou Hills on the Kenai Peninsula, and attracts participants from all across Alaska and other parts of the world. Last month...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-02-12-1
News
T200 sled dog race postponed

...pending more snowfall. The 200-mile sled dog race has been held since 1984 and the race's trails extend through the Caribou Hills and other parts of the Kenai Peninsula. Last year, the race was canceled due to similar weather constraints.Tami...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-01-13/t200-sled-dog-race-postponed
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