Contributed by Josh Fryfogle - Read More
Music in The Park, the City of Wasilla’s annual concert series, reached all new heights this year!
Contributed by John Rozzi and Dave Rose - Read More
Just five years ago, it was common to have groups question whether we even had homeless issues in the Valley. Mat-Su Coalition on Housing and Homelessness identified camps over five years ago through Project Homeless Connect.
Contributed by Vic Kohring - Read More
During the height of my legal debacle years ago, prayer played a huge role in my ability to survive, literally. It helped me endure the onslaught of the U.S. government with its group of criminal prosecutors bent on destroying a man’s life over small issues with little regard to truth and justice.
Contributed by Nancy Hall - Read More
The paths direct visitors around most of the historical items outside on the 15 acres. As visitors exit the Sheldon Building, they pass double ended fishing boats used prior to outboard motors.
Contributed by Sharon Aubrey - Read More
We will be displaying a wide variety of genres: children’s picture books; youth fiction; historical fiction; romance; sci-fi; fantasy; suspense/mystery; biographical nonfiction; Alaskan memoirs, and spiritual/religious nonfiction.
Contributed by Wes Keller - Read More
The pain of working to repay temporary debt takes all the fun out of overspending! We considered someone to be “poor” when, for whatever reason, they couldn’t seem to clothe, clean, or feed themselves.
Contributed by Richard Christiansen - Read More
Does your heart skip a beat whenever you hear the skirl of the bagpipes, or the rattle of the drum?
Contributed by Christopher Anderson - Read More
Sometimes building materials have life left in them when they are no longer needed by their owner. They might be cabinets that have been replaced but are still in good shape.
Contributed by Cindy Jackson - Read More
Janet has a remarkable recovery story and her determination, Club 50, WASI staff, and seniors played a big role. Here is what she had to say:
Contributed by Todd Farnsworth - Read More
So, what can be done? There are things like coated strings and string cleaners to help reduce the corrosion aspect of string wear, but the stretching and abuse factor still remains.
Contributed by Tony Delarm - Read More
Vaping… it gets a lot of attention in the media and from the government, that’s for sure. The taxes have been raised on vaping in Alaska and the Mat-Su Borough so high, it seems that they think we’re selling cannabis.
Contributed by Sandy May - Read More
The Mat-Su Republican Women’s Club Est. 1947 has a rich history! 72 years of outstanding Republican ladies coming and going. Mentors and women in local and state office who in turn mentor others interested in running for office.
Contributed by Angie Lewis - Read More
Yukon loves rides in the car, playing, being pet, and sleeping in bed with his people.
Contributed by Angie Lewis, President of Alaska Animal Advocates - Read More
When making this decision, it is vital that you do your homework and research each insurance coverage, focusing on limitations and exclusions. Navigating through the world of pet insurance is as complex as auto, health, or home insurance.
Contributed by Katie Stark - Read More
Jensen is currently one of the only Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in the ENT field of Alaska, a fact that he feels sets him apart from other providers, due to the more holistic and whole-body approach to medicine that comes with being a DO.
Contributed by Marilyn Bennett - Read More
Despite being a person who has never been particularly interested in sports, I do have a long history of engagement and enjoyment in the sport of baseball. Baseball is a uniquely American cultural phenomenon that has had a huge impact on our nation.
Kim Bergey and Lori Zulliger -
There are approximately two million children being homeschooled in the United States. This number continues to grow at a rate of 10% annually.
Contributed by Kelleigh Orthmann - Read More
Ooh la la! Stanley is a handsome young guy! He has a soft gray coat that has been shaved for the moment – very fashionable!
Contributed by Eva Cohnen-Brown - Read More
The very first project began with the establishment of a baseball park - Hermon Brothers Field - which is still used by the Mat-Su Miners and Little League teams.
Contributed by Larry Wood - Read More
Constituphobia is a unique malaise limited to our legislators. Constituphobia spreads when fear arises from the possibility of our legislators having to be in the presence of their constituents during a legislative session.