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7 minutes ago

K-Wolf 98.1

How many of you remember "The Beluga"??One of the strangest structures on campus was the Beluga Ice Rinkβ›ΈοΈπŸ’. In Feb of 1969 the University spent $60,000 on an inflatable seven-ton white nylon dome to use as an ice rink in the winter and tennis courts in the summer. From the beginning the Beluga had problems, from vandals to heavy snow. To solve the snow issue a helicopter was brought in and used as a giant snow blower to clear snow off the dome🚁. Beluga II was built in 1974 after the first one was too damaged by ultraviolet sunlight to be put up. In 1984 the Beluga II was deconstructed for the last time and sold off and a new permanent indoor ice rink was completed in the late 70s.

Photo: Ice rink, 1966-1969, Rusell Knapp Papers. UAF-2015-126-76. APRCA, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Cole, Terrence. 1994. The Cornerstone on College Hill. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press.
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How many of you remember The Beluga??

2 hours ago

K-Wolf 98.1

It’s another POWDER FRIDAY at Moose Mountain!!!!POWDER FRIDAY…Feb 3. Open today from first bus at 10 to last bus at 4. Due to short staffing there will be no rope tow operating today. Rentals must be returned by 4.

There has been 5-6 inches of additional snow this week, and we’ll wait until you shred it all up before we start grooming again. All of the mountain has been groomed in the past weeks so you can expect a smooth firm base with this new “cheater” pow on it!

At 5 a.m. it is 7 above all over the mountain.

We are taking reservations for a group ski lesson on Saturday and a snowboard lesson on Sunday. Both sessions are from 1:30 to 3 pm and cost $50 (plus rope tow or bus ticket), and rentals if needed.
To make a reservation, please email us at shredthemoose@gmail.com with a heading like “ski lesson” or “board lesson”. Thanks and we hope to see you soon.
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Its another POWDER FRIDAY at Moose Mountain!!!!

4 hours ago

K-Wolf 98.1

Friday’s Feels….
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Fridays Feels....

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My life feels better at the beach…

17 hours ago

K-Wolf 98.1

For the ladies…
WHAT SMELL COULD YOU NOT STAND WHILE PREGNANT??

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If it weren’t for the most adorable child I ended up birthing I would almost think I was never pregnant from all the symptoms and issues I NEVER had- smells didn’t bother me, I didn’t have any cravings, I didn’t have morning sickness, I didn’t have heartburn, my body didn’t swell, I only gained like 11 pounds which honestly is no different than a nice long Thanksgiving weekend πŸ˜‚ and I could shave my legs and take care of my toenails up until the day I went to the hospital…

Men………..JK, onions πŸ˜‚

Sweets! So odd..

Raw meat, I had to avoid that part of the store

Dry erase markers

Anything fried and my shampoo!

Taco Bell ground beef

My wife couldn’t stand onions. Just one whiff, she about gagged.

The Olive Section in Fred Meyer. πŸ«’πŸ«’πŸ«’

Coffee, fried food, cereal, weed, ground beef.

Chicken and bacon

Bacon

Any type of raw meat! But chicken was the worst πŸ€’πŸ™…πŸΌ‍♀️

Garlic, ground beef, and seafood.

Seafood and celery

Grilled green peppers

Cooking hamburger

Bacon

Cooking oil from deep fried foods.

Cooking chicken

Hamburger

Catfish or any fried fish.

Ham, chicken and browning butter

Eggs and cooked meat

Cheese

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23 hours ago

K-Wolf 98.1

State Tourney starts today at Noon up at The Patty Center Ice Arena!!The 2023 ASAA First National Cup DII Hockey State Championship Bracket has been posted! Download the bracket at: asaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2023-ASAA-First-National-Cup-DII-Hockey-State-Championship-Bracket-1.pdf First National Bank Alaska
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State Tourney starts today at Noon up at The Patty Center Ice Arena!!

1 day ago

K-Wolf 98.1

HAPPY MARMOT DAY ALASKA!!!
What did The Marmot predict today???Happy Marmot Day! Marmot Day is an Alaskan holiday established to celebrate marmots and Alaskan culture. Marmot Day became an official holiday on April 18, 2009, when the 26th Alaska State Legislature officially passed Senate Bill 58. Marmot Day is celebrated on February 2, replacing Groundhog Day with a holiday honoring Alaska’s marmots. From Juneau to Anchorage to Fairbanks, and all the cities in between, Marmot Day has become an Alaskan institution.

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HAPPY MARMOT DAY ALASKA!!! 
What did The Marmot predict today???

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Looks like he is sensing a great disturbance in the force

We got time to make marmot day but not find our MMIW πŸ’€

Snow 🀣🀣

1 day ago

K-Wolf 98.1

If only……….Happy Groundhog Day!
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If only..........

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Well looks like spring will have to wait till next year then

1 day ago

K-Wolf 98.1

Thursday’s Thought…
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Thursdays Thought...


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