Healy man sees dream through with expansion of Totem Inn
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Four children were awarded personalized bookcases last week for successfully finishing an elementary school program through the Literacy Counc…
The Fairbanks-born musician will present a rare solo performance at Tonglen Lake Lodge at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday. She’s back in Alaska for some family business, taking a few days off from Broadway’s Tony Award-winning musical “Come From Away” and has arranged an Alaska mini-tour.
When North Pole High School student Seth Rupe flew to Muncie, Indiana, this week to attend a special remote control aeronautics camp, he did n…
Atkins lives in Cantwell, about 150 miles south of Fairbanks. He operates Atkins Guiding and Flying Service there. Why Cantwell? He got stuck there in a snowstorm all those years ago and he liked the people. So he stayed. Besides, he couldn’t think of a better place to live. Where else could he settle down just north of the biggest mountain in North America, and see it every day?
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from Fairbanks boosted the Dandelion Demolition crew to a record 80 people on Saturday. The annual volunteer event i…
This is an authentic Alaska experience, one that Nenana residents are building on every year. Last season, 40,000 visitors stopped here for a quick visit en route to either Fairbanks or Denali National Park.
Several sections of Noyes Slough have beaver dams, log piles and other obstructions. Be sure to wear proper footwear, including rubber boots or chest waders. All ages are welcome to participate, but children under age 13 must be accompanied by an adult.