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It it what it is: Gone but not forgotten

Let’s just say that the kids’ presence is lingering.

Pioneer Potluck: Clam digging with Leatha

This week’s recipes: Annie B’s clam chowder, fast-track clam or oyster chowder, seafood macaroni salad

Nick Varney
Unhinged Alaska: White Fang and Balto … Not even close

I figured that after things cooled off the dogs would lay off the drama, but no, not yet.

Minister’s Message: Looking for water in all the wrong places

“How can we listen for the truth of his work and be still enough to seek his voice?”

Ann “Grannie Annie” Berg
Pioneer Potluck: Memories about growing up on the farm

Mom always cooked a nice breakfast for us and had a delicious dinner on the table right at noon.

Virginia Walters (Courtesy photo)
Life in the Pedestrian Lane: Middle school media

Now you know why I stopped watching the news this summer.

September: Welcome to the shoulder season

Days get shorter, nights longer, there is a chill in the air, leaves are falling, flora changes.

<em>Rick Cupp is minister at Kenai Fellowship. Sunday Bible classes for all ages 10 a.m. Worship 11:15 p.m. Wednesday meal 6:15 p.m. Worship and classes at 7 p.m. Call 283-7682.</em>
Ignore internet’s illusions of beauty

Concentrate on your inner beauty, not your outer beauty.

Kachemak Cuisine: Unusual hot days call for cool treat like Raspberry Swamp Pie

What in the world are we all going to do with all the raspberries we picked and froze?

Pioneer Potluck: About the abundance of berries this year

When we arrived in Alaska in 1967, one of the main summer occupations was picking wild berries.

A time for beginnings

If you haven’t had a new beginning with Jesus Christ, now is a good time to get started.