FAIRBANKS - It took a while but now that winter finally looks like it's here to stay - that might be an understatement after the past week, eh? - it's time to unveil my annual winter list of outdoor things to do. You know the routine by now.
M. Scott Moon and Heather Gaines were married on Sept. 21, 2013 at the new Nikiski Senior Center on the shore of Lake Marie. The bride is the daughter of Sharon Dripps and Ralph Sterling.
By NATHANIEL HERZ ANCHORAGE - On Thursday morning, Ryan Kingrea was working on a laptop at a downtown Anchorage Starbucks, doing an estimate for his family's construction company. Kingrea would rather have been in an office, he said.
Triumvirate Theatre is performing "Live Long and Astrocache" with dinner provided by Sackett's Kenai Grill at the Challenger on Saturday. Dinner Tickets are $40. Geocache Rally- team compete in geocaching event for prizes in this community-wide event.
As of Thursday, the head of the 12-foot-3-inch-tall sunflower growing on the south side of Tim Hiner's house had not yet bloomed. "It's over the roof of the house," Hiner said. "It's an enormous thing. I don't know what happened to it.
While pursuing a library master's in Pennsylvania followed by working in libraries California as her husband was taking classes for his master's, Rachel Nash was homesick for Alaska.
They feel about their plants the way Jay Leno feels about his vintage automobiles. "Aren't these pretty?" Peggy Meyer asked. The 87-year-old Vintage Pointe Manor resident held in her hand two cucumbers as fat as sausages.
In Alaska, during mid-to late-June, there is no escape from the buzzing mosquitoes and painful bites. According to Kenai Peninsula experts, the issue cannot be avoided.
Frederick "Fritz" Johnson of Dillingham has been appointed to the Board of Fisheries by Gov. Sean Parnell.
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