Here on the Kenai Peninsula we can all agree that this winter has been strange. The effects of a changing climate are becoming obvious in many ways, including the discouraging plus-forty-degree rain and lack of snow cover.
LIVINGSTON, Mont. (AP) - It may sound contradictory, but the people taking the biggest risks are usually the most safety conscious.
Take Billy Lucas, for example.
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JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) - Though they don't race their sleds like scores of neighborhood kids, Larry Grisham and Dr. William Bell still enjoy the thrill of the air biting their noses as they fly downhill.
With early-run king salmon and razor clams pretty much out of the picture for the coming season, let's take measure of what's left.
Below are some ideas designed to spark ideas for things you can do in the coming months.
MOUNT WASHINGTON, N.H. - Gary Gustafson leans on his ice ax to catch his breath. His legs and lungs, straining from nearly five hours of climbing and 4,000 feet of elevation gain, plead for rest before he spies the top of an antenna on the summit.
A friend phoned me a few weeks ago concerned about the sunken, blackened areas on the trunk of her jade plant. When I suggested that she might be overwatering, she replied that she watered only once a week.
That made me sure she was overwatering.