Seniors return to workforce

KENAI - Harriet Moravec retired in 1985. But it didn't last forever. Her retirement fund shriveled up, "and then in 2008 the government had fun with what was left," Moravec said. Read more

Kenai service dog up for hero award

KENAI - It was President's Day last year, and the 60-year-old was walking along the Kenai River's south beach in a gale, snow and sand particles whipping against his body. Read more

My Turn: The 'Russicans' are here; we can see them from our houses

I'm hooked on the new TV show, The Americans. The show is about deeply embedded Soviet spies running wild in 1980s America. A line from the show says the only way to tell they're Russian is they speak better English than we do. Read more

Kenai's peony farmers see flower's potential blooming

KENAI - They are the flowers carried in a bouquet at a sunny wedding. They can mark promises made, or the beginning of a happy future. Read more

New brown bear numbers factor in hunting rule changes in Kenai

KENAI - Bruce Willard tries to keep about 80 to 100 head of cattle on his farm in the Fox River drainage on the Kenai Peninsula, but over the past four years brown bears shave killed nearly 40 cows and twice as many calves. Read more

Hunters' trophies recognized by Boone and Crockett

KENAI - Two skulls sat on his dinner table. They were white and had fangs and each a snout, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game had clipped a tag through the jaw on each skull. Read more

Bears blamed for Kenai Peninsula moose calf deaths

KENAI - Eighty-three percent of the moose calves collared this year in an Alaska Department of Fish and Game calf mortality study died, according to the study's findings. Read more

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