Is there a sanitizer for the brain? Yes. Prayer, meditation, yoga, music, laughter, nature. Whatever healthy and legal activity brings pleasure to the mind can relax the brain and the body. My miniature paradise is a steamy cup of cinnamon tea, a blanket, and a book. What is your brain bliss?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, kids are out of school and many are temporarily laid off from work or working from home.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) announced recently that as a result of the president’s decision to declare a national emergency, the agency will be offering up to $2 million in assistance to small business and nonprofits significantly impacted by the COVID-19 virus.
The Senior Companion Program (SCP) came to Delta Junction in 2017 and has been a tremendous staple in serving Delta seniors. The Meals on Wheels (MOW) program came shortly after, and has been delivering weekly frozen meals to clients in the Delta Junction area. These meals are made in the …
According to the Fairbanks Daily News Miner, two medical practices in Fairbanks have been temporary closed due to links to 15 COVID-19 cases in Fairbanks. The News Miner says two medical practices in the building at 3745 Geist Road, which houses McKinley Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and A…
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeing nominees for its Resource Advisory Council (RAC) from the general public, government, Native organizations, archaeological and historic organizations, recreation users, environmental organizations, energy and mineral development, and other BLM land users. The council consists of 15 Alaska residents who, through consensus, develop recommendations for public land management policy.
The DHS girls basketball team kicks off Friday action when they take on the North Pole Patriots at 9 a.m. Delta lost to Redington Thursday night 67-30. In other girls action, Galena beat Bethel 56-49 in the opening game of the tournament Thursday morning. Nome beat North Pole 50-39 in the no…
Delta High School senior Hailey Williams signed her letter of intent on Tuesday to attend Duke University in Durham, NC in the fall. Williams has been gaining the attention of several university sports programs around the country.
Effective 12:01 a.m. Friday, October 11, 2019, sport fishing for coho salmon in all flowing waters of the Delta Clearwater River drainage, including the Delta Clearwater Lake drainage, is closed. Additionally, only unbaited, single-hook, artificial lures may be used while fishing for other species.
The Delta girls have been getting lots of net time. No not basketball, but volleyball.
Earlier today Governor Mike Dunleavy issued the first statewide restrictions relating to the COVID-19 virus, closing public schools and limiting access to other state facilities.
Dawn Cole and Josh Cook welcomed the arrival of the newest members of their family on July 14, 2018.
Dakota Conley and Elias Grossmann welcomed a son, Dax Ryan Grossmann, on March 6, 2018 at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. Little Dax weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Elias is a sergeant assigned to the Stryker brigade at Fort Wainwright.
Jennifer and Kyle Smith would like to announce the birth of their daughter Peyton Lynn on January 29 at a weight of 7 lbs. 2 oz.
Gary Eugene Schoening was born August 1, 1947, in Limon, Colorado to Robert “Bobcat” Schoening & Lena Irene Schoening. He died with family near on January 15, 2020, at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital.
Diana Jean (Keigher) Selfe was born November 8, 1948 in Kankakee, Illinois. She passed through Heaven’s pearly gates into the arms of Jesus an…
Born Oct. 6, 1950, in Storm Lake, Iowa, Dean Allen Stumpe entered the U.S. Army on July 15, 1971, as a heat and cooling specialist, eventually…
One year ago, in a world with the same mountains and valleys but feeling very different, we made a discovery.
One-hundred-two years ago, a strain of influenza virus spread across the globe, eventually reaching Brevig Mission in Alaska. Five days after the flu hit the Seward Peninsula, 72 of the 80 villagers in Brevig Mission were dead.
Presently, countries around the world, including our own, are battling what has been named the Coronavirus. It seems to be highly transmissible, but is beatable using safe health measures. I appreciate what our president and our governor have done in limiting the spread. They are striving to…
As our nation and the world experiences the life-altering impacts of the novel coronavirus pandemic, I wanted to take a moment to speak to you…
The January Industry roundtable hosted by Partners for Progress brought to light several business and community training needs. One of the nee…
The last few decades have been a whirlwind. Globalization has redrawn boundaries we've long lived by and counted on. Technology has transforme…