Contributed by Dan Walker - Read More
Nick Jans, contributing editor to Alaska magazine and author of A Wolf Called Romeo, called Letters for Happy Valley, “Emotional, unforced, and grounded, Letters from Happy Valley is destined to be an Alaska classic.”
Contributed by Michael Consalo - Read More
Make A Scene Magazine, The City of Wasilla, Ohana Media Group and Michael C Marketing are working together to provide our community with another amazing summer concert series, “Music in the Park”.
Contributed by Jim Sykes - Read More
Last month in these pages, I wrote about the need for people to be able to ask questions and get actual facts about how healthy air levels in Butte might affect the community and people living in other areas in the Borough if healthy air violations continue. People have been asking.
Contributed by Patricia Chesbro - Read More
Our lives are stories, waiting to be told. That is why the Palmer Museum of History and Art (PMHA) sponsors Untold Stories. Similar to Anchorage’s Arctic Entries or The Moth, our episodes feature local storytellers in a cozy setting.
Contributed by Michael Consalo - Read More
Marty Metiva was the MC and helped guide the evening, as The Jerry Wessling Band rocked new songs from their setlist to a busy hall.
Contributed by Susan Fujimoto - Read More
Mystery is a wonderful year and half old, spayed silver tabby and tortoise shell cat. Where she came from is a mystery, hence the name.
Contributed by Kelleigh Orthmann - Read More
Pixie, she looks the part. Very cute with her brown tabby markings splashed over a soft ivory coat. She maybe 2 or 3 years old.
Contributed by Vic Kohring - Read More
As I watched President Donald Trump's State of the Union speech this week, the fake press once again went all out to discredit him and further divide our country.
Contributed by Gene Kelly - Read More
It is common that famous actors and actresses become weary of being identified in public, by admiring fans. They disguise themselves to evade annoyance from autograph requests.
Contributed by Paul Maguire - Read More
You’ll have to earn my trust. I’m just one voice, but I know one person can make a difference…
Contributed by Wes Keller - Read More
He also commented on the danger of the church chasing issues and politics to the point we forget what the church is to be about. But isn’t this true in any element of Christian community?
Contributed by Bill Fikes - Read More
Socialism... it has become the latest "Ooo, be scared!" buzzword of the Conservative mindset (I use the term mind in the broadest sense, mind you). Even the President of the United States, in his State of the Union diatribe, er, address, stated that "America will not become a Socialist country!", Well, I have something to say that might horrify some of you... we already are.
Contributed by Abby Lampley - Read More
On one evening in 2015, MY House’s executive director, Michelle Overstreet, called me and a few other clients into her office and told us that we were going to be MY House’s next leaders. In response, I looked her in the eyes and said that I was not a leader, she was wrong about me and to find somebody else.
Contributed by Carol Montgomery - Read More
In the last issue of The People’s Paper, we covered the incredible story of how people in the Mat-Su came together to reduce waste…
Contributed by Angie Lewis, President of Alaska Animal Advocates - Read More
The most important step in this process is deciding who will become your animal friend’s next guardian. Make sure to discuss your choice with the person you have in mind.
Contributed by Drewcilla Holifield - Read More
Some of the finest music ever written for band will take center stage at an upcoming performance by the Mat-Su Concert Band.
Contributed by Debra McGhan - Read More
Thanks to support from the City of Palmer, BP Employees Foundation, Mat-Su Parks and Trails, Fishhook Community Council and dozens of individual donors, the Hatcher Pass Regional Avalanche Center, part of the Alaska Avalanche Information Center, is now producing one forecast per week along with mid-week updates and observations for Hatcher Pass.
Contributed by Jaida Gough - Read More
Boom Town Roller Derby welcomes Coach CobraShark to the team for season 8 as head coach! Cobra brings 8 years of Roller Derby experience to Boom Town.
Contributed by Linda Myers-Steele - Read More
Senior Ed is directed toward adults 50+ years old, who are interested in keeping mentally active, curious, learning something, and having fun.
Contributed by Jen Burkmire - Read More
The Palmer Community Foundation’s 2019 competitive grants cycle will be open from February 1 to March 7…