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Curtis S. Hossley

...later date.Curt was born Sept. 1, 1958 in Newton, Massachusetts. He moved to Alaska in 1988 and lived in Kenai, Chinitna Bay and Nikiski. He worked as a carpenter and commercial fisherman.Curt enjoyed wood working, hunting, fishing, and...

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Susan Lyn Giani Morrison

...Pacific Trail. Susan also had a passion for the protection and preservation of bears and their habitat. For her, Chinitna Bay was her "sacred paradise," and the place she would meet her lifelong companion, Chris. During her time living in...

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Around the Peninsula

...presentation by Robert and Mary Haig of their video "Alaska - Off the Beaten Path" about their time spent living in Chinitna Bay will be given. It is open to the public. For more information, call Catherine Cassidy at 262-6189. Little League...

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Letters to the Editor:

...research projects in river systems such as the Crescent, Johnson, Silver Salmon creek, Big River, Kustatan and the Chinitna Bay system, to name a few. The decision to ignore these valuable river systems is based on legislative funding, not sound...

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Opinion
Part 2: Did woolly mammoths roam the Kenai Peninsula?

...Hibben. The proposed mammoth remains were associated with supposedly very early human artifacts on the south shore of Chinitna Bay on the west side of Cook Inlet. But a follow-up investigation in 1978 could find no geologic or archeological evidence...

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Wayne A. Byers

Chinitna Bay homesteader, Mr. Wayne A. Byers, died Dec. 23, 2011 at his home in Chinitna Bay.Memorial services will be held 2...found an area he fell in love with, Chinitna Bay, just south of Mt. Iliamna. In 1967...

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The other bear market: Cries for regulation increase as bruin viewing rapidly gains popularity

...regulations will be needed within the next couple of years. About 100 miles to the north of the Katmai Park boundary, Chinitna Bay sits on the fringe of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. The 10-mile-long bay has a number of private inholdings...

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Starry, starry nights

...so low on the southeastern horizon in Alaska that it's close to impossible to spot -- unless you happen to be in Chinitna Bay during a clear January dawn, looking in that direction. Earth is nearest the sun on Jan. 3 (91.4 million miles...

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People
CIRI, Seldovia Native Association, others bank on growth

...hotel to the peninsula, to Seldovia and across Cook Inlet to 45,000 acres of pristine Alaska wilderness it owns in Chinitna Bay near Lake Clark National Park. Bear-watching there rivals McNeil River. Also boosting Seldovia's economy are efforts...

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Business
Board of Fish answers critics

...he said. Chum counts at the Little Susitna River weir were exceptional, and aerial surveys found strong returns to Chinitna Bay on the west side of Cook Inlet. Fox said Fish and Game's test fishery also detected strong runs of chums and cohos...

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