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“Due to the certainty of funding shortfalls going into next year, and the uncertainty of the possibility to host artists, the park feels the artist-in-residence program for next season may not be likely,” according to G.W. Hitchcock, pubic affairs officer for Denali National Park.
Anyone wishing a home cooked meal can either pick up the food themselves or await in-person delivery by other volunteers. So far, volunteers are feeding an average of 60 people every week.
The picket signs will advertise local nonprofits and will also share uplifting messages, like “Be The Golden Heart of Fairbanks” and “Invest In Your Community.”
Jean Balay built the first one in the area on Stampede Trail about three years ago.
But the next morning, at her home in Fairbanks, she awoke to the sound of a bull moose banging his antlers against the van in her driveway. The moose went to work on the vehicle’s rear end, as she watched from the house.
Graduation ceremonies have not been easy to arrange since the coronavirus pandemic began. Education institutions have had to come up with inno…
A recreation cabin got a bit of an outdoor makeover this week when squadron members from throughout Clear Air Force Station got together to pl…
The walk to raise tuition funds began this past Monday and continues through next Monday. Tuition payments are due Sept. 10.