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KENAI — A group of nearly 20 women were asked recently to describe the emotions they would feel about having a loved one abused without on-looking bystanders reporting it.
Words such as rage, anger, fear, sorrow and disbelief were shouted out.
They were then asked to describe how they would feel if a bystander assisted the loved one in need.
Words such as relief, thankful, grateful and joy were said out loud in response.
“That is why we are here today,” said Jennifer Messina, PhD, and director of training and development with Green Dot Etcetera.
ANCHORAGE — An 8.0 magnitude earthquake sounds like a freight train and feels like the worst-ever air turbulence. Bookshelves tumble. Computers and television sets crash to the floor. It’s a struggle to stay upright.
Even a fake one is scary.
FAIRBANKS — This year may end up as a below-average wildfire season in Alaska despite the hot, dry conditions.
Only about 1.25 million acres have burned so far in 2013, and there’s rain in the forecast that could help bring the fire season to an end this year, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported. The 10-year average is 1.4 million acres.
Officials pointed to a range of factors, including less lightning, faster responses from fire agencies and cooperating weather patterns that brought timely rainfall.
ANCHORAGE — The summer scenery of Turnagain Arm, plus the nostalgia of a train ride, plus lunch at a world-renowned resort equals what? Undoubtedly the perfect setting for conducting business.
The Anchorage Economic Development Corp. team combined those elements with investors and some of Alaska’s most promising entrepreneurs to form the first annual Pitch-On-A-Train business competition. The Aug. 1 event was the third leg of the group’s four-part Alaska Entrepreneurship Week, which ran from July 25 to Aug. 4.