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The Kenai Fjords area saw a return to more normal temperatures in June, but the dry conditions that characterized the spring continued throughout the month.
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While some personal-use dipnetters at the mouth of the Kenai and Kasilof river haul in dozens of red salmon, rod-and-reel anglers at the Russian River will see their bag limit cut in half to three fish starting Tuesday, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Lanell Adams misses her best friend. She misses making funny faces with her two nieces when they talked via Skype and would do anything to see their smiling faces again.
Prior to the season, the Alaska Department Fish and Game forecast was for a sockeye run of 26.6 million fish.
Voters on Oct. 7 will be asked to advise the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly whether the borough should exercise animal control practices.
Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion Commercial set gillnetters push their skiff further into the Cook Inlet as they race to pick salmon from their nets Wednesday July 9, 2014 in Kenai, Alaska.
The 57-pound halibut Rudy Tsukada caught last month in the Cook Inlet was no small feat.
Before the Independence Day parade began in Kenai, Trading Bay Drive was a loudly chaotic jumble of star-spangled puppies, sugar and sun-soaked kids and last-minute parade float preparation.
Buccaneer Energy Ltd. wants to hold an auction later this summer to sell its Alaska assets as part of ongoing bankruptcy proceedings for the company and its subsidiaries.
First, the company said a newly completed sidetrack well had boosted production from its West McArthur River unit in Alaska's Cook Inlet basin by 50 percent.
While an ordinance to amend personnel regulations for the City of Kenai was postponed for the second consecutive meeting, the council voted to include protections against sexual orientation based discrimination.
After 16 years of living 700 feet away from the Kenai Municipal Airport runway, Les and Susan Bradley have become accustomed to the sound of planes taking off.
As an interagency coordinator for the U.S. Forest Service, a good portion of Bobbie Jo Skibo's job in the summer involves education and management of fishing on the Russian River.Two runs of sockeye salmon, one in June and another in July, bring fishermen from all corners of Alaska and beyond to partake in a cultural experience Alaskans refer to as ... (more)
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