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It had been almost five full years since the start of a project to establish a hospital for the central Kenai Peninsula.
My particular peeve right now is the politicians and media personalities who are negatively brandishing the fact that you may need another corona shot in a year.
Becoming so wrapped up in looking good and even in being good causes us to sacrifice relationships.
Exhibit postponed by the pandemic opens at Pratt Museum & Park in Homer.
Rainbow vegetables adorn this colorful focaccia canvas.
I’m a 6-foot-2 hunk of meat who barely fits into the passenger side of her rig unless I fold up like an accordion.
Dr. Paul Isaak, Soldotna physician and a founder of the hospital project, believed that centrality of location was crucial.
Kimchi fried rice a taste features the most iconic of Korean staples.
Summer on the Kenai Peninsula is short, and most of my tomorrows have already been spoken for.
All did not go as planned.
After a year hiatus, Homer’s annual Pottery Studio Tour returned to bring fun, beauty and education to ceramic enthusiasts May 15-16. With five studios participating… Continue reading
Fresh fiddleheads add an Alaska twist to this pasta classic.
Not far from upper Binkley Street in Soldotna in 1968 stood the unfinished shell of what central peninsula residents still hoped would one day become a hospital.
We are all parts of the body, supporting one another in different ways, with our different skills and gifts.
Popsicles are easy as can be and can even be a great way to sneak in some nutrition if you’ve got picky eaters.
My hard drive is similar to the crawl space under the house.
After hiatus, annual event back as program transitions out of pandemic
Originally from Fairbanks, Rydlinski was looking for a place “off the grid”
The film is available to stream online this weekend.
Sierra Moskios earned the Alaska Afterschool Superhero award for her dedication to Homer youth.