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Suppose at your latest physical you got a stern lecture from your doctor. Suppose she told you to start exercising more — a lot more.… Continue reading
The hiatus comes in the midst of budget cuts to the University of Alaska imposed by Gov. Dunleavy.
Her journey started with an act of kindness in the midst of horrible tragedy.
Some people asked pointed questions and someone blew an air horn.
The Swan Lake Fire has been growing for over a week now, causing delays and closures on the Sterling Highway between Cooper Landing and Sterling.… Continue reading
With the Caribou Lake Fire now estimated at 900 acres and 20% contained, better weather conditions have made officials optimistic about progress in stopping it.… Continue reading
Fire officials delivered some positive news about two lower Kenai Peninsula wildfires.
Both fires threaten homes and cabins in areas north and east of Homer.
Smokejumpers and air crews were on the 50- to 100-acre fire about 1.5 miles northwest of the lake.
‘Ready’ alert issued for Diamond Ridge, south North Fork areas
In Homer, a steady stream of voters lined up to sign recall applications.
The victims either treaded water in the ocean or clung to the keel of the overturned boat.
In encaustic painting, artists melt a media of beeswax and damar to about 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
EMTs and firefighters arrived at about 4:20 p.m. to find the Subaru engulfed in flames.
About 10 people draped in black a sculpture by artist Sean Derry in front of the Kachemak Bay Campus
‘It’s comparable to one of the jobs here. It’s comparable to an entire program.’
Chancellor Cathy Sandeen took a working vacation to attend the Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference
Tents are windows to adventure
“The conference strives to offer something for readers: to discuss literature and meet writers”
“Accessibility and collections care were the main priorities — and visitor experience”