In order to make the United States Hockey League, the top junior league in the country, a player has to be driven to succeed. In the case of 2012 Kenai Central graduate Zack Zulkanycz, that player had to be driven to succeed in more ways than one.
...our daily bread" (Matthew 6:11) or in this case "our daily fish" we are showing that we are depending on God one day at a time. The phrase "daily bread" was more than just food; it represents food, shelter, provision, family and security...
With his cap transformed into an airplane it seemed fitting Dartanian Aldridge led out the 13 graduates of Cook Inlet Academy during their ceremony Sunday.
JUNEAU - Less than a year after ending 38 ½ years in the prison system, Don Morgan is meditating, doing yoga and opening a co-op for Alaska Native arts in Juneau. Morgan sees the store, Native Craft Coop, as many things.
...what may come his way before nightfall. In doing so, he's following the advice of Jesus who said we're to live one day at a time (Matthew 6:34). Millions will spoil today fretting over tomorrow, even though most of their expected tragedies...
When the Class 4A high school wrestling season began back in November, hardly anyone saw the freshman phenom that was about to be released out of Kenai Central high school.
This time of year always makes you think of things past. You're reminded of the holidays, and the kids when they were small.
If you take high school one day at a time, it'll be over in a flash. At least that's how it felt to Koebryn Mlynarik on Sunday dressed in his cap and gown, Cook Inlet...
Joey Yourkoski's favorite color is camouflage - if that even counts. He's not sure it's a color. So really, he said, it's purple. Purple because it reminds him that he's a survivor, he said, and that others, wearing the same color, know what it is like. "They didn't just go through this personal h-e-double-hockey-stick (by themselves)," said the 11-year-old cancer survivor. He realized the significance of the color at a Relay for Life in Nikiski last year. So many wore purple. His bus drivers. His teachers. He wasn't alone.
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