“A Woman’s Story of the Gold Rush” McCall’s Magazine Jan 1928. This is in PDF format, click on the link to open.
By Bonney Bowman: Inside the Gates: Saying goodbye
KTVA’s Bonney Bowman has been covering the military in Alaska for four years. In that time, she’s traveled around the state and the world with our service members, bringing you their stories.
A number of Alaskans stand to be affected by the change, according to Stock. Some immigrants who have lived in Anchorage have been among those to join the military through the MAVNI program. They include Specialist Susan Tanui, a native of Kenya and former All-American runner at UAA, who was the first-place female finisher in the Army’s 10-mile race in Washington, DC last weekend.
By Chris Klint, Bonney Bowman and Liz Raines: 2nd Anchorage school student targeted in abduction attempt
By Kyle Hopkins: State mistakenly charges faraway college student with Anchorage car theft
By Sean Maguire: Winter heating bills set to rise from colder weather and higher energy costs
By Mike Ross: Baby whale rescue: experts from across U.S. treat beluga calf
By Alexis Fernandez: Mexican consulate on wheels in Anchorage this weekend
The Consulate on Wheels will be available October 14 to October 15 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Northway Mall.
Thank you Maria Caruso!
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Red Cross sends Alaska volunteer to California fires
ANCHORAGE (KTUU) – The Red Cross of Alaska is sending a Disaster Workforce Specialist to California to assist with volunteer coordination with the devastating wildfires still burning across the state.
Maria Caruso left Alaska Thursday afternoon to assist.
Little House Big Alaska: Fresh Summit 2017
Congratulations Little House Big Alaska!
This is my second time attending Fresh Summit as part of #TeamFreshSummut but I’ve never been to New Orleans before so that’s ALL new to me. Do you have any recommendations on what to do or see in the cirt? Leave me a comment OR drop me an email. And if you have ANY questions about the expo or products in particular please feel free to ask away and I will do my best to get you an answer.
Project Harmony grew out of the vision of several Omaha community professionals and advocates to create a better system of protection for abused and neglected children. The vision was to not only create an integrated response system but also to develop a single child friendly location where all the professionals would come together to serve each child. They wanted the child to have to tell his or her story only once. They envisioned a system with joint accountability where no child would fall through the cracks. Project Harmony opened its doors in 1996.