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3 Compelling Stories from Home & Away By Emily Maxwell Associate Editor NATIONAL – from bbc.com Golden Ray cargo ship: US Coastguard plans rescue for crew The US Coast Guard has made contact with four crew members of a cargo ship that capsized off the...

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette If you are sitting on the fence about visiting Hope, Dirty Skillet is another reason to make you get up and go. With its inaugural season underway, the restaurant offers hospitality, variety and quality with its menu and drink...

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette Over the last two summers, The Acres at Creekbend Cafe in Hope has offered live music in an outdoor setting. The shows have brought in many visitors, and some residents say there are too many, overwhelming the small town...

Photos by Emily Maxwell / Glacier City Gazette Summer has finally sprung and Girdwood’s Captain John Earle’s well-appointed Tundra Adventure Charters is a great way to explore Prince William Sound with family and friends. Tundra is available for sea kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, hunting, glacier viewing...

By Briana Sullivan Four Valleys Community School The whistle blows for our leading outdoor soccer program, and it’s summertime in Four Valleys. Thank you to everyone who brought their community spirit to the field on May 30. Pitching in to prepare the soccer field were...

4 Compelling Stories From Home, Away & Far, Far Away By Robert Foran III Associate Editor ALASKA — From salmonfestalaska.org The 2019 Salmonfest (Aug. 2-4) announces another dynamic lineup. Two powerful and renowned national acts, including for the first time, two Grammy winners Jason Mraz...

By Morgan Smith Staff Writer Crow Pass. Sitting above Girdwood watching over the valley, this pass is known by all and explored by most. In fact, this hike seems to be a favorite to most locals. Meanwhile, the history and lures of this area seem...

Summer Staff! Four Valleys Community School Positions FVCS has 2-3 positions open for our 2019 Summer Program team; Summer Playground Leader, Adventure Camp Coordinator and Assistant Soccer Coach. Applications are being accepted now and application period is open until positions are filled. For application and...

By Briana Sullivan Four Valleys Community School Information for this article accumulated rapidly because loads of fun, engaging, educational opportunities lie ahead in March and fill into April in Girdwood. Our continuing programs in the gym keep adults active with Circuit Training in the mornings...

Early Excitement and Deep Disappointment By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette Nicolas Petit’s beginning and middle of the 2019 Iditarod was a fantastic run that looked like it was shaping up into a very strong finish. Then Team Petit’s race fell apart 14 miles out...

By Briana Sullivan Four Valleys Community School FVCS co-ed basketball camp wrapped up after six weeks of skill building and teamwork for grades 2-6. The next resident group of ball players are here! Practices were led by volunteer coaches Nate Williamson and Kyle Kelley. We...

By Sue Todd Staff Writer From a recent conversation: Me: Have you been to The Carousel? Friend: No way! I’d never step foot in that scary bar. Me: No, it’s different now. You’d like it. Forget its history of being a rough bar with head...

John Bennett Samuelson, a 45-year Girdwood resident, passed away peacefully on November 23, 2018 at the age of 75 due to leukemia. He was born in Culver City, California on October 30, 1943 to Donald and Huldah and had lived in Alaska since the age...