In Centennial Park this weekend the banks of the icy Kenai River hosted many anglers whose fishing lines never touched the water.
In your hand it looks like any other ordinary metal spring, right? Wrong. That little spring is made of memory metal - Nitinol to be precise - and it can do amazing things, explains Alan Warwick.
Some life-long Kenai Peninsula residents had never fished before. Many of the children had never even been on the Kenai River, said Tami Murray, board member of the Kenai River Professional Guide Association.But that all changed Thursday afternoon.
Kenai City Council scheduled tonight a meeting for Sept. 18 to mull its capital projects priority list and passed a resolution supporting the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska's development of a coldwater survival egress training facility.
When any chairman says the following about a major business decision, the organization must feel like it's headed in the right direction:
School board meetings slated
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