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CIRI execs to split $17 million in telecom stock

...wrong with the new compensation package and has nothing but praise for Marrs and his predecessor, former CIRI President Roy Huhndorf. ''I don't think anyone realizes how capable these people have proven themselves to be,'' said Stevens, R-Alaska...
Huhndorf plans return to CIRI

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Roy Huhndorf, one of Alaska's most prominent Native leaders, has launched a campaign to return to Cook Inlet Region Inc. Huhndorf is CIRI's...

...candidates throw hat in ring as deadline ends Special unit folds because of manpower shortage in police department Roy Huhndorf returned to CIRI board Mine worker at Healy faces uncertain future Man pleads no contest to shooting at neighbor's...
Katie John appeal turns Natives against Knowles

...government for failing to solve the divisive subsistence issue that has gone on for three decades, said AFN co-chair Roy Huhndorf. Knowles is appealing a 1995 ruling of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in the case, which is named for an Athabascan... - Knowles panel goes to work drafting subsistence measure 09/11/01

...constitutional amendment on the ballot. Serving on Knowles' panel are former state Sen. Al Adams of Kotzebue, along with Roy Huhndorf, a co-chairman of the Alaska Federation of Natives, Byron Mallott of the First Alaskans Foundation and Carl Marrs...
Plan only postpones king salmon problems

The State Board of Fisheries recently approved a plan through which it attempts to remedy the disastrous crash of king salmon in the Kenai River. The plan, in part, calls for closure of king fishing in the river for the months of May and June. Though I have yet to see regulations, I presume this means that fishing for the kings will resume on July 1.
Wolves unfairly targeted for predator control

In reference to the article in the Oct. 24 edition of the Clarion regarding the proposal to allow aerial wolf hunting on the Kenai Peninsula and in response to today's readers' poll, it appears that a relatively innocent wild species will suffer unfairly because of the political cowardice of the Board of Fish and Game and our governor.
Longtime fisherman gives insight on salmon decline

I have spent most of my 73 years as a sports fisherman, having fished the Kenai River and the salt waters of lower Cook Inlet since the early 1960's. Therefore, I read with keen interest the articles and letters that appear in your paper discussing the decline of the King Salmon.


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