Alaska Randonneurs prepare for the season

March 12, 2016
Alaska Randonneurs prepare for the season

Kevin TurinskyRiders in the 2014 Palmer Spring Classic enjoy a stop in downtown Palmer. These social yet challenging rides begin taking place in April and continue through the fall. About…

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Snow starved? Head to elevation

March 8, 2016
Snow starved? Head to elevation

Ben NapolitanoHeli-skier Eric Fullerton descends a fresh powder slope on Feb. 18, after flying out of Palmer for a day of skiing. Ben Napolitano describes the heli-ski moment in this…

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Make the most of March: Calendar 2016

March 4, 2016

March 4 Astronomy Series: Jupiter’s Moons 7 p.m., Eagle River Nature Center Tonight’s presentation is by Scott Girard. Join our astronomers for this popular indoor and outdoor program. Every first…

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Making peace with the darkness

February 15, 2016
Making peace with the darkness

Kevin G. Smith/ AlaskaStockThe northern lights dance in the night sky in southcentral Alaska. Being far from the ambient light of a city’s glow, with its sharp illumination of street…

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The Arctic matters: What happens in Alaska effects the world

February 13, 2016
The Arctic matters: What happens in Alaska effects the world

Kevin Schafer/ World Wildlife FundSea ice glows beneath the Midnight Sun in June in the Bering Sea off Saint Matthew Island. For almost 30 years, World Wildlife Fund has been…

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