During the quiet season in Talkeetna, many business scale back their operations or shutter the doors until spring. One new company thinks it’s found way to keep busy through the winter.
As the budgeting process for the next fiscal year at the Mat Su Borough for proceeds, the Talkeetna Sewer and Water Board is quickly trying to come up with solutions to financial issues that have been brought about by federal EPA standards. Utility customers may see a 35% increase or more, in their bills starting in July. (more…)
Community Supported Agriculture has become more popular across the US and in Alaska. CSAs can take several forms. One such form is buying shares in a produce arrangement. In the Business Feature for the month of May, Sue Deyoe speaks with Brian Kingsbury, who is starting up a second year of a truly local CSA —
The Denali Arts Council’s Board of Directors have hired a new executive director. Joellen Bye signed a contract Friday and started today in her new position. The E-D position was vacated by Mindy Lindgren at the end of February. (more…)
The Trapper Creek Community Council has a slate of candidates for their upcoming election April 27th and 28th and have scheduled a potluck dinner for the community to meet and talk to the candidates. (more…)
After several months of upheaval, the Talkeetna Historical Society has a new board of directors.
Past President of the society, Rich Crain, said he was gladly handing over the reins and was off to ‘follow his bliss’ . (more…)
TALKEETNA – The Mat Su Borough Assembly recently approved Jane Steere to be seated on the Talkeetna Sewer and Water Board.
The local utility board is an advisory board to the Borough’s Public Works. (more…)
The popular Live at 5 concert series initiated last year will continue this summer.
Both Denali Arts Council and the Talkeetna Chamber of Commerce are planning the event, held in the Talkeetna Village Park every Friday throughout the summer from 5 pm to 7 pm. (more…)