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'Dead Reckoning' author to share commercial fishing stories

The LOG caught up with Dave Atcheson, author of “Dead Reckoning, Navigating a Life on the Last Frontier, Courting Tragedy on its High Seas,” on Monday, at Kenai Peninsula College, where he works. Atcheson, 50, will be in Seward next week to read...

 

Pacing his future

Michael Marshall, the youngest of the Marshall running family in Seward, has signed with Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. He will run on the cross-country, and indoor and outdoor track teams. He follows in his older brother’s...

 

Sole swimmer

Sasha Hamner had a lot on her mind as she headed to the 1-2-3A ASAA State Swim and Dive Championships in Anchorage last week. As the sole representative of the Seward High Seahawks swim team, she wanted to represent well. As a senior, she wanted to...

 

Local runners dominate at state meet

Boys team runners-up, girls help dethrone Grizzlies Melissa DeVaughn LOG Editor A flock of Seahawks nearly devoured a gang of Grizzlies at Saturday’s State Class 1-2-3A cross-country running championships in Anchorage. The Grace Christian...

 
 By Melissa DeVaughn    Local    May 15, 2014

Military honored with fishing tournament

Back in 2006, Bob Candopoulos and his friend Keith Manternach witnessed an antiwar protest while at a conference in Reno, Nevada. Infuriated by what they saw, the two men – one a charter boat...

 

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