John Williams, Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge maintenance manager and Roy McNutt, maintenance assistant. This year’s Seventh Annual Cooper Landing Softball Tournament was coordinated by Dan Michels, Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge general manager. There were 19 lodge employees working as volunteers in the concession stand during the 10-day tournament.
The Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge adopted a mile of the Richardson Highway In July, Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge employees supported their commitment to an adopted mile on the Richardson Highway. A group of eight employees volunteered their time (well, they did receive some ice cream)…
Employees from the Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge took part in Glennallen’s recent Fourth of July activities, driving in the parade and throwing out candy. Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge employee Rebecca Martz waves while participating in Glennallen Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge’s June employee…
Princess employees cleared brush and pruned trees to keep trails clear. They also used GPS devices to locate geocaching prizes hidden for volunteers. The goal is to have Princess employees volunteering at least once a month on trails projects at Byers Lake. National Trails Day was launched in 1993 and…
Grab your binoculars and flock to the Spring Migration Celebration with Friends of Creamer’s Field at Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge Saturday, April 30 from noon to 4 p.m. The warming temperatures and16 hours of daylight make for great conditions for humans and birds alike. Since the celebration…
Did you miss out all the dogsled fun this winter? Well just because the snow is gone doesn’t mean the sport has gone cold. Head to the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge and go on a half-day tour to the Husky Homestead, run by Jeff King, four-time champion of…
Las Vegas may have a few more places to test your luck, but here in Alaska, we double-down every spring for the Nenana Ice Classic.
The fourth annual Hockey Weekend Across America — a nationwide celebration of hockey — is less than a week away. Here in Fairbanks, we may not have a National Hockey League team, but there is no shortage of fans in the Golden Heart City. In fact, we love hockey so…
This year, the Fairbanks Curling Club will host the 2011 Junior Nationals, a competition for youth teams. If you’ve never heard of curling or know nothing about it, you aren’t alone. People usually associate curling as something you do to your hair or in the weight…
Forbes recently named Alaska’s biggest Interior city the fasted growing small town in the United States. Despite the recession, the population of Fairbanks increased by 13.7 percent between 2006 and 2009. Many attribute Fort Wainwright and Eielson military bases for contributing to the low, 6.5…