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Hundreds of people packed the Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center on Sunday for the 40th annual conference hosted by First Alaskans Institute.
The bright yellows, oranges and reds of autumn are sweeping through the region as the fall equinox approaches.
Hundreds of people attended the 29th annual Alaska Greek Festival, a three-day event originally started as a fundraiser, to “build a proper Byzantine Orthodox-style church,” said Father Vasili Hillhouse.
At the final of three summer performances, 10 actors portrayed several of the vital and interesting residents of early Anchorage.
The show attracted vintage vehicles from all over to the Anchorage park strip.
Multiple fishermen enjoyed success catching silvers during Sunday’s outgoing tide, in bright sunshine with the air temperature in the 70s.
Recent rain gave way to blue skies and warm sunshine from Anchorage up to Fairbanks on Thursday.
By Tuesday, the river had reached its escapement goal with more than two weeks left in the first run.
A blustery day at the Alaska State Fairgrounds in Palmer greeted competitors on the second day of competition.
About 400 paratroopers jumped from Chinook helicopters on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.
Proceeds from the sale go back into the horticulture and hobby craft programs at the correctional facility near Eagle River.
The new Petroleum and Cement Terminal at the port in Anchorage marks the first stage of a major modernization program.
The free annual gathering hosted by the Alaska Airmen’s Association featured more than 200 exhibitors from around the world.