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One Man’s Junk is artist’s treasure June Issue 3 2013

One Man’s Junk is artist’s treasure

It must be her shiny rack. Or maybe it’s the way the gun at her hip points directly out in the same direction as her would-be nipples, which are really two holes in the centers of metallic cones. But the tall buxom scrap-metal robot sculpture has been turning heads in Eagle River lately. And, she’s been drawing people in to One Man’s Junk, a makeshift outdoor shop showcasing the work of scrap metal sculptor Tim Maus.

Air Force: F-22 flights surge June Issue 3 2013

Air Force: F-22 flights surge

F-22 pilots and maintenance personnel from the active duty 3rd Wing and the Reserve 477th Fighter Group generated and flew nearly 90 sorties here June 11-12.

June Issue 2 2013

APD: Man arrested after shots fired at ER Walmart

A 22-year-old Eagle River man was arrested on several charges following an early-morning incident Tuesday, June 18.

June Issue 2 2013

Bear bites man that fed it

An Anchorage man was treated an released from a local hospital after he was attacked by a black bear he'd been feeding near Eklutna Lake.

Play Ball! June Issue 2 2013

Play Ball!

In a sure sign the team’s support is growing, many fans showed up to this year’s Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks home opener already wearing their team’s red, white and blue gear. One of those fans was little 3-year-old Theodore Manolas IV, who toddled into Loretta French Park wearing a proud grin and a blue Chinooks t-shirt.

Dropping in June Issue 2 2013

Dropping in

In mere minutes, Army paratroopers recently turned a quiet, empty field into a battleground. The more than 500 paratroopers who filled the skies were members of the Army’s 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, which dropped onto the Malamute Drop Zone on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as part of a massive three-day training mission designed to simulate the quick takeover of hostile enemy territory.

June Issue 2 2013

Open windows lead to falling babies

Roads turn to rivers June Issue 1 2013

Roads turn to rivers

Christie Holshouser was doing some spring yard work outside her home the morning of March 30 when she began to hear something unusual. “All the sudden I start hearing water,” Holshouser said.

Walgreens opens in style June Issue 1 2013

Walgreens opens in style

A persistent drizzle didn’t keep hundreds of people from enjoying the festive atmosphere Sunday, June 2 outside Eagle River’s newest downtown retailer. “Come on in!” said Walgreens District Manager Bruce Philipp during a gala grand opening for the company’s new pharmacy at the corner of the Old Glenn Highway and Eagle River Loop Road.

‘Mourning and meaning’ May Issue 5 2013

‘Mourning and meaning’

Hundreds of people respectfully roamed the sun-drenched grounds of the Fort Richardson National Cemetery Monday during the facility’s Annual Memorial Day Service. “This is a day for both mourning and meaning,” said Glenn Madderom, Chief of Cemetery Improvements and Development for the National Cemetery Administration.