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WASILLA — Dozens of pyromaniacs gathered at the Wasilla Museum of Transportation and Industry for the annual Art on Fire event and the 12th annual Valley Arts Alliance Art on Fire Iron Pour Art Fest.

PALMER — The Mat-Su Miners raced to the top of the Alaska Baseball League standings with a seven-game winning streak last week. But a three-game slide has knocked the defending champions out of first.

WASILLA — Two local writers known as the “Simply Alaskan Sisters” are not connected by blood, but by potent friendship and their love for writing, collecting recipes and history from around the state and making cookbooks.



WASILLA — It was thought to be a lost season for king salmon fishing for much of the Mat-Su. But local anglers received some good news Tuesday morning. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is opening the Little Susitna River to king salmon fishing as of Wednesday at 6 a.m.

By the time you see this in print, the 2019 Alaska Territorial Muzzleloading Shoot will already be in its second day of shooting. I always try to attend as many days of the scheduled three-and-a-half days of shooting as possible. The last few years, however, I’ve only been able to make about…

When I talked with Mike Hudson of 3 Rivers Fly and Tackle in Wasilla this week, he mentioned the Susitna River tributary stream north of Willow as being a bit high, but with streams a bit further north having better water conditions at the time. Mike mentioned Montana Creek in particular as …

Some king salmon have been getting caught at Eklutna Tailrace and in the side channel of the Knik River below the Tailrace. Fish and wildlife protection has now posted markers near the lower end of the side channel above which it is legal to fish for and harvest king salmon. The water has cl…

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