Shown above is an Arctic grayling in the Delta Clearwater River. The fish are larger than ever before, out of nearly 100 sampled grayling in July, the average size was 15
inches and no fish under 12 inches were caught. Photo courtesy of Fronty Parker
This picture was taken during the Deactivation ceremony of the Aviation
Detachment in March. Photo courtesy of Brian Eaton.
Fall Staff Reorganization
As many of you know,
the Delta News Web staff are adjusting to large corporate
restructuring. Several members have been transferred to Sweden, one to
Anchorage, etc. Please bear with our sporadic updates, things will
return to normal soon!
The classified ads managed to slip through
for several days. They are back, our apologies to all who's ads lost
Thanks to all of you submitting pictures and calendar
events. Fall is such a wonderful time of year!
Delta News Web --
August 18, 2001
The aurora borealis in mid winter. A unique but not entirely uncommon occurrence
in the Alaskan interior. Photo courtesy of Michael J. Kingston.
Delta craftsman Tom Grapengeter of Thomas Jewelers designed this man's opal and
gold nugget ring. For more information on jewelry by Thomas click here.
Delta News Web Photo.
A Tetlin Refuge Technician and Isaac Parker assist in hand carrying 4,000 fingerling rainbows into Hidden Lake, a mile and quarter hike. Hidden Lake is located near the Canadian Boarder within the Tetlin Refuge.
Photo courtesy of Fronty Parker.
Ed Wilburn showing off a few fresh caught Chitina reds.
Photo courtesy: Marlin Dunklebarger
Dave Trainor and Paul Jennings moth balling Fort Greely swimming pool. Insulation and a pool covering were installed for safety and preventive maintenance purposes. Photo by: Marlin Dunklebarger
Sean Purucker of Delta Junction proudly displays his creative "Suit of
Armor". Sean made his costume out of over 30 steamer baskets. Delta
News Web Photo.
Shown above is another Lynx photo taken by Michael J. Kingston around the
Rainbow Lake area.
Three moose are caught taking a swim in Bolio Lake. Photo courtesy of
Michael J. Kingston
Delta photographer Michael Kingston snapped this remarkable photo of a
lynx. Photo courtesy of Michael J. Kingston.
Isaac Parker and Christy Dubois enjoy the view from the bluff overlooking moose pond near Quartz Lake.
Photo courtesy of Fronty Parker.
Shown above are three Amanita muscaria (Fly Agaric) mushrooms and are poisonous.
Photo courtesy of Ann Geise.
Local produce with a twist: "Here's a picture of a funny looking tomato, sitting on a curled up
zucchini . . . he's our mascot!" Photo courtesy Nickay's Country Gardens.
A rider enjoys a sunny day of horse back riding at Bald Eagle Ranch
B&B. Photo courtesy of Bald Eagle Ranch Bed and Breakfast.
A hiker admires the beauty of Alaska in the summer time. This photo was
taken near Rainbow Mountain on a sunny day in June. Delta News Web
Kay Wardle shows off her wheelbarrow of broccoli at her garden on the Richardson
Hwy. Photo courtesy of Nickay's Country Garden.
Delta News Web staff would like to say we're sorry for the calendar items
that have not been showing up on the website. We are having some
technical problems at this time and are hoping to get them straightened out
continue submitting your news items and calendar events. We are also
sorry that we haven't been able to get the news web updated. We are
getting that back on schedule again.
Delta News Web -- August