From July 2013

Progress Days Return

One of Soldotna’s longest running celebrations is coming around again this weekend. Progress Days this year will feature a long list of tried and true events and some newer attractions.

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-Shaylon Cochran/KDLL-

The KDLL Precision Lawn Chair Marching Drill Society and Whiz Bang Band marches in Kenai's 4th of July Parade.

KDLL Evening News for December 5th

KPBSD enrollment numbers down in some areas…

City of Kenai releases annual dipnet report…

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New Salmon Study Tries To Pinpoint Location Of Kings, Reds As They Hit Rivers

King salmon runs to the rivers of Cook Inlet are down again this year. Complicating matters for Fish and Game managers are the strong sockeye runs that commercial and personal use fishers depend on. After last year’s disastrous fishing season, the Parnell administration launched a 5-year, $30 million effort to find out more about salmon life cycles in the ocean. One of the studies under way is trying to figure out where kings and reds are hanging out in the water just before they return to the rivers.

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