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The Valley Community for Recycling Solutions is hosting a screening of the award-winning environmental documentary "Bag It" in the classroom at the recycling center.
As the population in Mat-Su has exploded, so too has the number of businesses providing bus service, prompting a state mandate to consolidate or risk losing crucial federal grant money.  Zaz Hollander
Cottonwood Creek, a pretty waterway flowing through the heart of Wasilla, is paying the price for its urban setting. The creek is the first in the Valley to exceed state fecal bacteria standards linked to horses, dogs -- and, of course, people. Zaz Hollander
Do you sleep peacefully at night knowing that your family is protected and your finances secured? Stop counting sheep!! Join us at one of our upcoming workshops and learn the importance of having your estate plan in place.
Do you know which documents you need to have in place, if you are in an accident while you are snow machining, skiing, driving, or working? Come learn and put a plan in place, so that you and your family are protected and your finances are secure.
Do you sleep peacefully at night knowing that your family is protected and your finances secured? Stop counting sheep!! Join us at one of our upcoming workshops and learn the importance of having your estate plan in place.
Do you know which documents you need to have in place, if you are in an accident while you are snow machining, skiing, driving, or working? Come learn and put a plan in place, so that you and your family are protected and your finances are secure.
Do you know which documents you need to have in place, if you are in an accident while you are snow machining, skiing, driving, or working? Come learn and put a plan in place, so that you and your family are protected and your finances are secure.
Book signing by local author Grisha Stewart for her book, "The Official Ahimsa Dog Training Manual: A Practical, Force-Free Guide to Problem Solving and Training."
The project manager for a proposed dam that would rise 735 feet in the Alaska wilderness said it could improve salmon spawning habitat on the Susitna River, a statement that drew sharp criticism from opponents.Alex DeMarban

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