Seward and Anchorage — A Tale of Two Cities

Throughout history Seward residents and other Alaskans complained that Anchorage got everything... military bases, a large airport, government offices, etc.

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Super Bear!

Starting out as a small, hometown event, Bear Paw has grown substantially in its 32 years. The Bear Paw Classic 5k draws New Years run in Anchorage.

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Recycle With A Reason Fills A Need

Some might call it a phenomenon; a need was identified and now many groups benefit from the resulting organized effort of Recycle with a Reason.

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Seward Summer Solstice: A Boyhood Memory

People are surprised when I tell them that even back in the 50s, Seward had a curfew for kids under 18, and it was enforced.

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Believabull? The story of The Lady in the Lake

The Lady in the Lake might conjure up images of medieval England, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. However, this lady is not the keeper of the

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The Decisive Moment

It all comes down to the decisive moment. That exact moment, at 500th of a second or faster. Capturing an image that is here and gone in an instant.

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Lee Jordan Field: Let’s Play Ball!

New signage declared the game was at Lee Jordan Field, and despite the accolade, the eponymous Lee Jordan sat quietly and humbly by watching his Chinooks.

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Homecoming

Caroline Kirby has been waiting for five months for this moment. June 8, 2017 the day her husband, returns home from a five-month deployment to Afghanistan.

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A Tale of Four Dads

I feel very fortunate to have had four dads. Maybe the most important things dads can ever do is to teach their sons how to become good dads themselves.

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NRA Youth Day

This Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 we went to the NRA Youth Day at Birchwood Recreation & Shooting Park. NRA Youth Day is about kids getting to try out lots of

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