“I think it’s powerful and addresses something that isn’t often talked about in public,” Lauren Brooks, a former advocate for Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies (AWARE).
In the early morning hours of Sunday, April 3, 1898, the first of a series of snow slides struck the Chilkoot Trail. The trail was one of the main routes to the Klondike gold fields during the great gold rush of 1897-1898.
It is a reminder that the campus rests on the ancestral territory of the Áak’w Kwáan, Chancellor Rick Caulfield told the Capital City Weekly.
On Friday, Jan. 13, in conjunction with the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center Fireside Lecture Series, the US Forest Service will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new exhibit featuring a black wolf.
It happens every year right after the holidays — deer pass within twenty feet of the house. Kind of the deer’s way of saying, “Neener! Neener! Neener!”
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