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David Brame’s new graphic novel will be published in January
By Clark Fair For the Peninsula Clarion Author’s note: This is Part Two of a three-part story of an airplane crash more than a half-century… Continue reading
Figuring out the signs of seasonal change is easy, right?
It’s not much, but it’s also everything.
Pettibone finds magic in fireweed, other common plants
I’m normally not a warm drink person.
Part 1 of a three-part story of a single-engine airplane crash more than a half-century ago.
It’s a time-honored tradition to have pizza in the newsroom on election night.
Here we are 33 weeks later wondering how we are going to celebrate the grandest time of the year.
The pandemic hit, and we all brushed off some skills we hadn’t thought about in a while.
I’m enjoying the nuts while I work from home and occasionally daydream about the international travel
2020 has nixed Oct. 31 as the official observance of Halloween and hijacked the mantle as its own.
‘Shifting Tides’ traveling quilt show explores theme of Pacific Ocean connection
Make your own fall spice mix
Without his misfortune, almost everything changes for me.
I asked my grandma if she had her mother’s snickerdoodle recipe.
Wagner graduated from dental school at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in San Francisco.
Part One discussed how Dr. Russell Wagner, the Kenai Peninsula’s only full-time dentist in 1960.
‘Behind the Mask - Our Stories’ invites people to share experiences
Winter is a great time to break out the ice cream machine