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Climbing the Wall of “All”

September 19, 2017 0

by Tad Lindley If you live life behind the Wall of All, the scripture that I present to you is going to be difficult to believe. Even though I am writing this column, I have […]

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Cinnamon chili rub keeps is simple, sweetheart

September 19, 2017 0

by Millie Bentley Greetings. On one of my trips to La Jolla I found a recipe for cinnamon-chili dry rub for meat or seafood in a spice/herb catalogue called Penzy’s Limited. The first time I […]

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Joe Seibert – 28 great years of service to KYUK Radio

September 19, 2017 0

by Peter Twitchell Joe Seibert, Chief Engineer of KYUK Public Radio and Television has kept the station operational, on a daily basis, for the past 28 years. Let’s go back 28 years. Joe was from […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury or Intellectual Disability

September 19, 2017 0

by Dr. Bradbury Question: Dr. Bradbury, I read your columns regularly and a couple of times you have written about diagnosing someone with mental retardation, or intellectual disability. If someone experiences a head injury, and […]

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Salmon Brunch Frittata

September 12, 2017 0

by Millie Bentley Greetings. I hope you had a restful Labor Day weekend. We always enjoy the extra day of rest. To the kitchen! Here is a nice recipe for salmon that you can make […]

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The Effectiveness of Psychotherapy

September 12, 2017 1

by Dr. Lorin Bradbury Question: What is known about the effectiveness of counseling and psychotherapy? Has anyone ever proven that someone with a mental or emotional problem ever gets better by going to counselor or […]

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Fun and family time at the State Fair

September 12, 2017 0

by Peter Twitchell The last time I set foot on the State Fair in Palmer was 2013, so I lost sense of how crowded and busy it is, but thanks to my wife, she made […]

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The Parable of the Net: When a Humpy Becomes a Halibut

September 12, 2017 0

by Tad Lindley Jesus was such a phenomenal preacher that the messages he preached 2,000 years ago are still relevant today. Who would think that he could preach a parable way back then, to a […]

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Tuvqakiyaraq

September 12, 2017 0

by Peter Twitchell In the old days in Eskimo country people really cared about their neighbor and families really cared about each other. Imagine living a hundred years ago in a Yupiaq community. The people […]

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Seafood Supreme

September 12, 2017 0

by Millie Bentley Greetings. This recipe comes from Grandma Shirley Schanke. Grandma Shirley has visited Bethel before and she is a terrific cook. She shared this tasty dish with us that you will love. It […]