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Extra Life Fundraiser!

Dear Friends and Family,

I’m on a mission to save kids and I need your help. My local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital treats thousands of children each year, regardless of their family’s ability to pay. 168 more words

Alaska

Reflection

More shots from my Raku Firing pottery class!

Photography

Small Town Famous Is Looking For Help!

I’ve decided to keep practicing with photography and here’s how you can help! If you have any items such as historical heirlooms, instruments, masks, books, collectibles of any kind, or just objects with sentimental value and would like cool, clean, crisp, artistic photos of them, I would love to do it! 14 more words

Alaska

A Field Trip

Wednesday, March 4, 2015–Day 5

Today we boarded a coach bus and set out on a multi-faceted field trip. Our first stop was in Wasilla, where we visited the official Iditarod headquarters. 318 more words

Dexter Southfield

The Beautiful Matanuska Valley

The Beautiful Matanuska Valley is a tribute to a very special part of the Last Frontier, a unique valley surrounded by towering mountains, bordered on its southern edge by the tidewaters of Knik Arm, a branch of Cook Inlet, crossed by sparkling streams and great rivers and dotted with thousands of crystal clear lakes. 192 more words

Northern Light Media

Tales from Wasilla: Donna Turner

Strictly speaking, this is a tale from Big Lake, not Wasilla, but from anywhere outside of Mat-Su, it’s more or less the same place.

The Big Lake Chamber of Commerce let Donna Turner, owner of a wedding rental shop, serve as treasurer for a reported eight years, apparently without audit or bonding. 417 more words

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Wasilla High School contemplates the power of a symbol

by Olivia Vincent  WASILLA HIGH

They might not have planned on it, but in the first week of school Wasilla High was asked to regard their freedoms as Americans, and morals as people, when a group of boys came on school campus flying Confederate flags on their trucks. 648 more words

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