Attention Unit 13 Federal Subsistence Caribou Hunters:
Caribou season ended on March 31. Your caribou harvest reports are due back to the BLM Glennallen Field Office by April 15th. Reports can be mailed, hand-delivered, or entered online. For online reporting , click here and reference your harvest reports for a unique reporting code on each report.
Failure to return your harvest reports may make you ineligible to receive 2018-2019 Unit 13 Federal Subsistence caribou permits.
The BLM office is open Monday -Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., excluding Federal holidays. Call 907-822-3217 for help if you have lost your harvest reports or have further questions.
This snowshoeing tourist was dressed for the worst weather Alaska had to offer. Too bad it was 30 degrees above zero! Photo Courtesy Steven Miley Photography
AT&T making preparations for this year’s Arctic Man.
Photo Courtesy Cindy Lou Aillaud
April 6, 7, & 8, 2018
Carlson Center – Fairbanks, Alaska
A Woman’s Affair is a highly anticipated event and a bold representation of the quality women owned and women oriented businesses in Fairbanks. Sponsored by the Law Office of Rita T. Allee, this is a place to discuss important health issues, get tips for managing finances, see the latest fashions, enjoy a makeover or massage, pick up new home-decorating ideas and gardening information, or discover a new hobby…all under one roof. There are free seminars all weekend and an entire room devoted to fun for kids!
The 2017 event was a ton of fun with over 160 different businesses and agencies and a public attendance of 3500. The public loved the “feel” of the show and enjoyed the opportunity of gathering educational information and shopping. The seminars that took place throughout the weekend were a great attraction and were well received by all who attended.
Friday Night Wine Tasting
Friday evening opened with a wine tasting sponsored by Northland Hearing and wines brought to you by The Odom Corporation. Like the rest of the weekend, the event is always a huge success and a fun night out! Tickets included the tasting, hors d’oeuvres, great door prizes, and a weekend pass to A Woman’s Affair. The cost is $25 or $12 for non-alcoholic (includes food, door prizes, and weekend pass).
Women’s shows are hot and sweeping the nation in every major city.
A Woman’s Affair is your chance to market your business or agency to a large cross section of our community in a single weekend.
SHOW DATES & HOURS:
Fri., April 6 – 6pm to 9pm
Sat., April 7 – 10am to 5pm
Sun., April 8 – 11am to 5pm
Is your house easy to find in the event of an emergency? Would you like a way for EMS, Fire Departments, or Police to easily find your house? Look no further than the Delta/Greely Local Emergency Planning Committee’s House Identification Project!
This project is meant to help identify houses from the road, by putting signs in the right-of-way and magnets are meant to be put on refrigerators to help people use the right physical address when they need to call emergency services, and it is completely free to anyone who applies!
Applications are available at City Hall, the Library, and the link provided: http://deltajunction.us/wp-content/uploads/House-Identification-Form.pdf
Looking out the entrance of an ice cave on Canwell Glacier.
Photo Courtesy Steven Miley Photography
One of the many ice sculptures at the Ice Park in Fairbanks. March 30th is the last day to visit. Photo Courtesy Cindy Lou Aillaud