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The visiting Nikiski football team held off Eielson for a 28-27 victory in Denali Conference play Friday. The two programs have played in some engaging… Continue reading
I often get asked if it’s tough to write a fishing column while living in a community where more than half the population professes to… Continue reading
Anne Fleetwood led 31 runners to the finish line of the Grace Ridge Race - KBay Mountain Classic on Saturday in Kachemak Bay State Park… Continue reading
Fish and game handbook has pictures to help identify species.
In the Aleutian Islands, the war brought thousands of soldiers and enormous quantities of equipment and supplies to a remote area.
All of Seward was watching with tempered excitement the night of her gold medal swim.
Olympic gold medalist Lydia Jacoby returns as Seward’s hometown hero
After medaling in Tokyo, Olympic champion Lydia Jacoby is enjoying the last of summer before senior year.
Jacoby finished 0.14 seconds under Monday’s gold medal time of 1:04.95.
Jacoby also took home a gold medal for Team USA in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke at the Tokyo Games on Monday.
The Seldovia Arts Council hosted the Jakolof Bay 10-Miler race Saturday, July 31.
I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be “well” lately. Like, what does that actually mean? Is it realistic for someone to… Continue reading
With summer traffic in full force, it took what seemed like an eternity to make it from Fred Meyer back to the Kenai National Wildlife… Continue reading
A myrida of events could be created out of fishing hole fun.
Seward swimmer passes world record holder, Olympic record holder in final 50 to win 100 breaststroke
It’s summer in Alaska when the daylight hours are long and nearly countless wildlife are reproducing. Nearly countless, but not entirely. A crew of biologists… Continue reading
Silver salmon herald the autumnal equinox — but not just yet.
Advisory: Trails in Kachemak Bay State Park are rough, with steep grades in places, and in some cases only marked routes. It is advisable to… Continue reading
In some ways, the isolation of the pandemic has proved even more harsh for me. I’ve spent the majority of it — actually, this week… Continue reading