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According to BusinessWeek magazine, the wind crossing Cook’s Inlet in Southwest Alaska still feels pretty cold in the month of March, but lately it’s not cold enough. For the past half-century, the daily minimum temperature in Homer, Alaska averaged minus … Continue reading
(previously printed in the 100 Mile Free Press) Not all fire departments are created equal. For most property owners the cost of maintaining their fire dept. is a part of their property taxes, and they can take it for granted that their … Continue reading
The Psalm 23 Transition Society has been given an extraordinary gift – a mid-1980’s fire truck in great condition – by the Watch Lake-North Green Lake Volunteer Fire Dept. on Sept. 22. The fire dept. president Roy Allan says the … Continue reading
What to do about…. BUGS We’ve been on this problem for centuries, but we might finally be getting somewhere. Unlike bears,, cliff faces, and protein bars, there isn’t really a pro and con camp on mosquitoes; everyone just hates … Continue reading
See why house fires give you so little time to escape versus 30 years ago. Click on the video link below: http://www.today.com/video/why-you-have-less-time-to-escape-a-house-fire-today-than-30-years-ago-601680451516