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Briana Sullivan Special to the Glacier City Gazette In Girdwood and the neighboring valleys, kids in the Outdoor Adventure Camps with Four Valleys are getting out, getting dirty, and having a blast. July is packed with such camps, focusing on different activities, while outdoors and...

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette There are all sorts of tours to explore Alaska during the summer. A unique option is Alaska Railroad’s Spencer Glacier Whistle Stop. It’s a chance to take the train deep into Chugach National Forest, get dropped off and take...

3 top stories from home and away By P.M. Fadden Associate Editor WORLD VIEW – Runway Grandmas In Russia, a so-called “fashion gap” has given rise to an emerging industry facet featuring seniors Sky News reports. Irina, a 69 year-old icon of Russian fashion, is...

Community Garden intends rejuvenation “Community Garden plants a seed into the community itself.” – Volunteer, Matthew Teel By P.M. Fadden Associate Editor The 2017 growing season marks announcement of proposed expansion to valley cultivation program, Community Garden at Girdwood Chapel. The Timberline Drive open-patch garden...

3 top stories from home and away By P.M. Fadden Associate Editor WORLD VIEW – Pardon the Eruption Earth’s newest landmass burst from South Pacific Waters via an undersea volcano earlier this week, surprising a passing sailing vessel, reports UK Daily Mail. A yacht named...

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette While most people acknowledge shortage in Girdwood affordable housing, how to address it is another matter. Turnagain Arm Service Coalition (TASC) is in early stages of funding a market study for Girdwood Family Village that could lead to a...

Chugach Guides & inside lines on snow-fari season in AK “A great day in the Chugach can be the best there is.” – Henry Munter, CPG Gen. Manager P.M. Fadden Associate Editor Chapter 2 Ranging nearly seven million southcentral Alaska acres, with 30 percent ice-locked,...

Part 2 of The Bake Shop Succession New owners offer greetings and outlook   “Most important to all of us is that The Bake Shop doesn’t change. Want continuity, not interruption of traditions.” – Bake Shop co-owner, Brian Kari   By P.M. Fadden Associate Editor...

Chugach Guides & Inside Lines on Snow-fari Season in AK By P.M. Fadden Associate Editor Chapter 1 Ranging nearly seven million southcentral Alaska acres — of which 30 percent is ice-locked – the Chugach National Forest’s sprawling, gulf-shored wildlands are considered among the top-three largest...