I hope they did not suffer too much.
By Leroy Polk, Travis Khachatoorian: Troopers: 5 children confirmed dead in early morning Butte fire
Class. They saw a need and immediately provided it. Maybe fries are not the best idea for First Responders at a fire, but no one doubts Klondike Mike’s sincerity in helping.
By Steffi Lee: Community reacts to Butte fire that killed five children
After hearing the news of the trailer home fire in Butte that killed five children, ages three to 12, Tammie Kerby said she and her colleagues immediately wanted to help.
“I know the first thing out of my boss’s mouth was, ‘Let’s do a spaghetti feed, let’s do what we can to help these guys, let’s raise some money for them'”, Kerby, the manager of Klondike Mike’s in Palmer, said.
By KTVA Web Staff: Man sentenced to 15 years for sexually assaulting ‘incapacitated’ woman
By Matthew Daly: GOP congressman apologizes after lashing out at colleague
By Sean McGuire: State Senator Kevin Meyer files to be candidate for Lt. Governor, no running mate in mind
By Beth Verge: Cook Inlet Belugas Count! happening Saturday
What restitution(s) will they pay? How about banning them from the store(s)?
By Becky Bohrer: Alaska city tries new tack on shoplifting woes: counseling
By Heather Hintze: Valley of the Moon park gets lighting safety improvements, more parking
Parks and Recreation and the Anchorage Park Foundation will hold a Valley of the Moon Fix-It on Saturday, September 9.