Contributed by Carol Rice - Read More
The Wasilla Area Seniors, Inc., affectionately known as WASI, is busy putting together their biggest fundraiser of the year once again.
Contributed by Kelleigh Orthmann - Read More
This lovely lady is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ready to find her place in your home.
Contributed by Meg Voss - Read More
Attendees of the Games will also enjoy Scottish Piping & Drumming solo and band competitions, Celtic dancing, Scotch Tasting General & Education Sessions (tickets are still available - but it will sell out!), musical concert performances by the award winning “The Fire.”
Contributed by Charice Chambers - Read More
It’s summertime in the Valley and locals know the drill: Aunt Suzie, Uncle Ben and a whole raft of guests are about to descend upon each of us, turning us automatically into tour guides. In that capacity, don’t forget Matsu Senior Services Gift Shop.
Contributed by Jeaninne Milne MS, DVSA Case Manager, AFS - Read More
As a community, we value safety for ourselves and those around us. Sadly, according to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), every 92 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. In Alaska, this rate is three times higher than the national average.
Contributed by Lhing Mcneal - Read More
Never done Zumba before? No worries, this class is suitable for all abilities, even kids and young at hearts.
Contributed by Laurie Kari and Gini King-Taylor - Read More
Family Promise Mat-Su is excited to announce the birthday of our first annual community-wide CAR-dboard City!
Contributed by Melony Green - Read More
Frontline mission invites the community to a food drive at Walmart!
Contributed by Brandi Kinney - Read More
The My House Youth Action Board, is a board comprised of previously homeless youth who are working to create a paradigm shift in policy, administration, and culture around the treatment of homeless youth in Alaska.
Contributed by Wes Keller - Read More
The original constitutional values established an ingenious human government that is the envy of the world and provides unprecedented human rights and freedom…
Contributed by Carmen Summerfield - Read More
It’s time for another hot, Hot, HOT Iron Pour! Yes, for the 12th consecutive year, the Valley Arts Alliance Art on Fire Iron Pour Art Fest will be held on Saturday, June 22, 2019 in Wasilla.
Contributed by Tony Delarm - Read More
Each year, new laws are released to help ensure the safety of the public. Certain products are deemed "unhealthy" or "dangerous" by the FDA to help us make the best decisions we can about what we put in our bodies…
Contributed by Debbie Filter - Read More
The Alaskan Summer is upon us in all its glory! That means “Festival Time” to Trapper Creek and communities all up and down the highways!
Contributed by Debra McGhan - Read More
After a warmer and dryer than expected April, the cool, damp days of May came as a relief. Maybe not for everyone, but for the crews at the division of Forestry, it was a sure blessing.
Contributed by Glen Butts (The Dude) - Read More
The entry fee is $25 (or more) per person, with a signed participant rider/driver waver form, for a ticket into festivities; and you'll receive a t-shirt provided by Christine Bailes Matsu Neurology, to show your participation in the fundraiser.
Contributed by Tabitha Sherman - Read More
Ham radio also remains one of the best ways for people to learn about electronics, physics, meteorology, and numerous other scientific disciplines. Our Field Day will provide members of the public with opportunities to see amateur radio demonstrated, as well as a chance to pick up the mic and try it themselves.
Contributed by Vic Kohring - Read More
It's difficult to keep one's ego in check with so many lobbyists practically worshiping the ground you walk on and masquerading as your best friend.
Contributed by Angie Lewis - Read More
Henry really loves going for walks and can even be trusted off leash, once he is familiar and connected to his family.
Contributed by Angie Lewis - Read More
Don’t leave your dog in a vehicle, not even with the windows opened. Dogs can’t perspire the way humans do and have a very hard time cooling off in a hot car. The temperature in a car can rise to 120 degrees in just a few minutes…
Contributed by John Rozzi - Read More
As I mentioned in my last article, when we hear the word homeless, many of us automatically picture a person that panhandles, pushes a shopping cart and lives in a tent.