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1 FBI arrests Kasilof man for sending threatening messages
2 Kasilof man arrested in connection to alleged death threats
3 Kenai Conversation: Kasilof through the ages
4 Police reports for the week of Aug. 22, 2021
5 Dipnet area expanded; limits increased on the Kasilof
6 Quake info: Weak mag. 3.9 earthquake
7 Old Kasilof Landing included in package of park regulation changes
8 School announcements
9 Kenai and Kasilof kings limited to catch and release
10 Small earthquake of magnitude 3.9 just reported 9 miles south of Kalifornsky, Alaska, United States
11 New bait restrictions on Kenai and Kasilof king fishing
12 Fish and Game restricts Kenai, Kasilof king fishing
13 Court case is final hope for Inlet drifters
14 King fishing restricted on Kenai and Kasilof rivers
15 101-year-old Kasilof resident reflects on pandemic, getting vaccine
16 Sockeye runs on Kenai and Kasilof predicted to be less than 20-year average
17 State to acquire Kasilof wetlands for preservation project
18 Dipnetting: It's a go
19 California woman dies in Kasilof car crash
20 Beluga whale monitoring efforts looking for winter sightings in Kenai, Kasilof rivers and in lower Cook Inlet
21 Circuit Court | Almanac | codyenterprise.com
22 East side setnetters denied fishery reopening
23 Last chance? Cook Inlet setnetters look to buyback as a way to save the fishery
24 Kenai, Kasilof kings go to no-retention
25 Kasilof man facing arson charges
26 Inokuma, Fletcher win Lost Lake Run
27 Marjorie Elaine Whitkanack
28 Kasilof dipnet area expanded, Russian cut back
29 Homer City Council election
30 Kasilof dipnet area expanded; Russian cut back due to low returns
31 I Went to the Woods: Sometimes the end comes without fish
32 Kasilof dipnet opens, fish counts still low
33 Kings sport fishing closed on Kenai River, limited on Kasilof River
34 Fish and Game closes king salmon sport fishing
35 California woman dies in Sterling Highway collision
36 Citizen science beluga monitoring effort to begin on Kenai, Kasilof Rivers
37 North Kenai accident kills 3, 4 injured
38 'An ecosystem in a single creature': Alaskans celebrate Wild Salmon Day in Kenai Peninsula
39 Cook Inlet setnet, sport king fisheries closed; Bristol Bay breaks record
40 Kenai king salmon fishery shuts down
41 Volunteers make over 200 beluga observations in rivers this spring
42 Police reports for the week of Aug. 15, 2021
43 Police reports for the week of Sept. 5, 2021
44 Sport fishing closures shut down east side setnet commercial fishery
45 No longer making a living in Cook Inlet, young commercial fishermen head to Bristol Bay
46 Board of Fisheries denies setnetters' emergency petitions
47 Cook Inlet fishermen face poor forecast, federal uncertainty
48 Dip-netting open on Kasilof, Kenai Rivers
49 'Bleeding out': Inlet setnetters feel pain of early closure as sockeye continue pouring in
50 Police reports for the week of June 27, 2021
51 Refuge Notebook: Paddling Tustumena
52 Building from scratch
53 No fishing
54 Police Reports, July 25, 2021
55 Troubled success
56 Police reports for the week of July 4, 2021
57 State issues plans for Kasilof boat retrieval
58 Subsistence gillnets on Alaska's Kenai, Kasilof rivers get go-ahead
59 Police Reports, July 18, 2021
60 Peter Pan raises Bristol Bay base price; meager king salmon return shuts Alaska fisheries
61 Kasilof features indoor flea market at 3B's Emporium
62 For Alaska dipnetters, Kasilof is a quieter option for packing the freezer
63 Obituaries for July 15
64 Refuge Notebook: Kenai birches came from Asia
65 Kasilof boat retrieval site to close for summer
66 Protesters follow local Alaska lawmakers in backing Trump's attacks on election integrity
67 Sockeye fishing opens Friday
68 Permanent easement for migratory birds funded
69 Kasilof woman dies in fall on glacier in Hatcher Pass area
70 Fox-farming fueled Kasilof economy from 1900s onward
71 NTSB report describes final moments in deadly Kasilof plane crash
72 Public safety briefs for the week of May 31, 2021
73 Letter: Not-so-Permanent Fund
74 New dipnet fishery offers closer access than Kenai — but there's a catch
75 Curious Alaska: Are there snakes in Alaska?
76 You've got mail, Kenai … eventually
77 Police reports for the week of Aug. 1, 2021
78 Dipnetting nirvana: Kasilof and Kenai rivers looking good
79 Public Safety Briefs for the week of Aug. 9, 2020
80 Kasilof setnetters to open, some face gear restrictions
81 No longer able to make a living in Cook Inlet, young commercial fishermen head west to Bristol Bay
82 Bristol Bay blows past harvest records
83 Fish and Game restricts king salmon fishing to catch-and-release on Kenai, Kasilof rivers
84 Tour of Tsalteshi sees record turnout
85 Kenai dipnet opens Friday
86 Public safety briefs for Aug. 23, 2020
87 Forecast: Sockeye salmon runs will be slightly higher
88 Legal waste
89 Forecast predicts another poor sockeye season
90 James Racette | News, Sports, Jobs
91 Dipping into dipnetting
92 Chenault and Wall win seats on HEA board
93 Copper River reopens after delayed pulse in sockeye run
94 More restrictions, limited hours for king fishing
95 Personal use fisheries last days | Outdoors | frontiersman.com
96 Fox Farming Boom, Bust a Long-Lasting Boon for Kasilof
97 Several hundred vaccination slots still open
98 A shopper's guide to Alaska weed: Strains, concentrates, edibles and more
99 Kenai king fishery shuts down
100 Traditional skills highlight Nenana fish camp | Alaska News | newsminer.com