Lifestyle

I Predict That in 2022 Everyone Will Dress Like It’s 2002

Each season as fashion month begins, editors, influencers and fashion enthusiasts are bombarded with new-season styles. With four separate cities putting on events and several shows each day, there’s a veritable banquet of looks and designers to keep..

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Lifestyle

6 Hairstyles That Make Thin Hair Look Instantly Thicker

It's a good job that hair salons are open again because thin hair really benefits from regular trims to avoid those straggly ends that can make fine hair look even finer. "Always maintain a six-weekly trim, even if it's just that millimetre..

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Alaska

Solstice snowshoe

“Did you feel an earthquake?” Lisa Dehlbom asked as she snowshoed down the Keen-Eye Trail with her granddaughter, Drew Slegers, near the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters just outside Soldotna on Tuesday. The question quickly faded into a ..

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Alaska

Region sees some economic recovery; job numbers still lag overall

Alaska had about 7,200 more jobs in November than during the same time in 2020, the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced last week. Most of the gains were seen in the leisure and hospitality industry, which had about 3,200 m..

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Alaska

Feds fund peninsula energy efficiency efforts

The United States Department of Agriculture announced it is investing $42 million for climate-conscious infrastructure in rural Alaska early this month, which will include loans for sustainable projects on the Kenai Peninsula. The initiative is part..

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Travel

Where to Stay in Grand Canyon → 4 Best Areas for Tourists

A place like no other! The Grand Canyon is on every traveler’s list and once you discover its magic and history you won’t get enough of it! The Grand Canyon is located in the northwest corner of Arizona and most of it lies within the Grand Canyon Nat..

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Alabama

DAC Foundation ‘On the Road’ for Moon presentation in Andalusia

The Dixie Art Colony Foundation will hold an “On the Road” event in Andalusia to feature the work of Covington County native and artist Carlos Alpha “Shiney” Moon. The event will be held Tuesday, Dec. 28, at 2 p.m., when Mark Andrew Harris, DAC Foun..

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Football

Local players named to ASWA All-State football teams

Seven Covington County players representing three schools were recently recognized for selection to the Alabama Sports Writers Association All-State football teams. The team is selected by the ASWA’s prep committee through coaches’ nominations sent ..

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Travel

4 UNBEATABLE Areas Where to Stay in Playa del Carmen This Year

Endless white sandy beaches, 83 Fahrenheit (28 degrees) all year long, green rainforest jungles in the surroundings… is it one of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies? No, it’s Playa del Carmen in Mexico! The city is part of the Quintana Roo Provinc..

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Alabama

Firehouse Subs collecting funds to help tornado victims

All Firehouse Subs restaurants nationwide including the Andalusia location are now raising money to help tornado victims. A deadly late-season tornado outbreak produced catastrophic damage and numerous fatalities across portions of the South and Ohi..

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Sports

Jacoby withdraws from worlds due to close contact

Seward High School senior Lydia Jacoby had to withdraw from the 2021 FINA Short Course World Championships in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, due to a COVID-19 close contact, according to an Instagram post by the swimmer Monday. “I’m absolutely gut..

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Sports

Kenai grad Danielson leads area at Besh Cups

Karl Danielson, a 2018 graduate of Kenai Central now skiing for the Alaska Pacific University Nordic Ski Center, led the Kenai Peninsula at Besh Cup 1 and 2 on Saturday and Sunday at Kincaid Park in Anchorage. The six Besh Cup races allow skiers to ..

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