Katherine Obrien of Kenai, and Daniel Rivenbark of Soldotna were named to Dean's List at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. Students with a GPA of 3.50 or higher are eligible for the Dean's List.
It's that time of year again. Everyone wants to be healthy, and everyone wants you to know about it. If you don't share your every health and fitness goal with the mailman or cashier, it's like they don't exist.
America Saves Week is Feb. 23 to March 1. University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service is encouraging people to save money for their financial security and this week we'll tell you how.
More and more gardens are going native these days. Butterfly weeds are edging out delphiniums, clethra is hobnobbing with flowering dogwood, and sunflower is strutting like a prima donna.
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Growing up, I encountered ice storms just about every winter, so last week's unpleasantness was not a total shock to the system. Still, things have changed a lot in the past (mumble) years, so the ice and cold were eye-openers.
The host Nikolaevsk girls defeated Bristol Bay 50-35 on Thursday night in nonconference action.
Nianiella Dorvall controlled the action for the Warriors, notching 26 points. Rylie Lyon had 12 for the Angels.
On a beautiful day for skiing, Soldotna's Sadie Fox had a beautiful day of skiing.
Fox finished second at the girls five-kilometer race at the State Nordic Ski Championships at a freshly blanketed Kincaid Park in Anchorage.
Mike Morgan of Nome and Chris Olds of Eagle River were leading the Iron Dog on Thursday night.
Olds, a two-time champion, and Morgan arrived at Kaltag at 2:27 p.m. Thursday and took their 10-hour layover.