Byron Lacey Sanford

...attended the University of Kansas. He was a member of the Rock Creek Bible Church in Meriden, KS, and a recognized member of the Sun City Poet's Society, the Arizona Poet's Society and the National Poet's Society.Byron was a mechanic, welder, manager...
Hot fun in the track sun

...track and field championships was fun in the sun.Thunder Mountain High School junior Naomi...I have been trying to stay out of the sun for long periods of time. Generally I run better in the heat, I have more fun in the sun. It just makes the meet more enjoyable...
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Tribal leaders and fishermen protest military plans

...blood," said Tom Lance, natural resources director for the Sun'aq tribe of Kodiak. "If we contaminate it, we will get sick...of cultural traditions, said Sophie Frets, chairwoman of the Sun'aq tribe, who said members of the tribe make art using salmon...
Raft flips on Mendenhall River during tour

...her homework.Hollick, visiting from Los Angeles, arrived in Juneau's port on the Norwegian Cruise Lines ship Norwegian Sun and asked a booking agent about a river rafting adventure she'd seen online. The tour was offered by Juneau-based Alaska...
What's in Bloom: Blue Camas

...they were most often pit roasted or were dried and stored for winter use. To grow them well here in Juneau, they require full sun and good drainage.? "What's in Bloom" is a regular feature that runs during the year's warmer months and features blooming...
Empire Editorial: Thumbs up, Thumbs down for May 25, 2015

Thumbs up to those that sacrificed it all. Today is Memorial Day, and while you may be out enjoying the sun in a kayak or with your barbecue grill, take a moment to think about the reason we have this holiday and why our flags are flying...
Alutiiq Museum welcomes new director

...the past two years by Dr. Alisha Drabek, who has left the museum to pursue a new professional opportunity.A member of the Sun'aq Tribe, Counceller grew up in Larsen Bay and Kodiak, graduating from Kodiak High School. She earned her bachelor's degree...
What's in Bloom: Yellow candelabra primrose

...Kingdon-Ward in 1913 and adapts well to Juneau's notoriously damp climate. It grows best in humus-rich, damp soil in full sun to part shade. It readily self-sows and will form small colonies in the garden.? "What's in Bloom" is a regular feature...
Anatomy of the worst fire year

...the soup. Giant fires burned in all compass directions. The sun was an orange disc you could look at without destroying your...could have been hotter - the haze was so thick it scattered the sun's rays. "High temperatures were often 10 to 20 degrees...
Writer starts new romance series

...about her. Her lips curved in a way that suggested she liked to laugh . and talk and tease."And Caleb? "He'd smelled like sun-heated flesh and oiled leather. He'd radiated furious energy, a kind of restless power, as if he wanted to shake up the...


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