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Tough opening weekend on the gridiron August Issue 2 2012

Tough opening weekend on the gridiron

Chugiak falls 34-12 at West Valley; Wolves crushed by South

Hot times in the city August Issue 2 2012

Hot times in the city

Finding a job in Anchorage is easy. Finding an affordable place to live isn’t.

A look into slavery’s past August Issue 2 2012

A look into slavery’s past

Last week, a few dozen Eagle River residents were transported back to the 1800s.

Two women dead after canoe capsizes on Eagle River August Issue 1 2012

Two women dead after canoe capsizes on Eagle River

Two women died after their canoe capsized Wednesday on Eagle River, according to the Anchorage Police Department.

August Issue 1 2012

Cogdell will have to wait until 2016

Eagle River's Corey Cogdell finished ninth in the preliminary round of the Olympic Trapshooting competition on Saturday, Aug. 4 in London.

Chugiak Post 33 finishes second at state August Issue 1 2012

Chugiak Post 33 finishes second at state

Kenai Post 20 defeated Chugiak Post 33 twice Saturday to win the American Legion AA State Tournament championship at Mulcahy Stadium.

Wolves eliminated from Legion tournament August Issue 1 2012

Wolves eliminated from Legion tournament

Kenai Post 20 used a walk-off single to beat Eagle River 9-8 on Friday and eliminate the Wolves from the American Legion AA State Tournament.

August Issue 1 2012

Troopers shoot, kill man near Thunderbird Falls

Alaska State Troopers say they shot and killed a man following a highway chase that began near Wasilla and ended near the Thunderbird Falls exit on the Glenn Highway.

Massive crowds flock to air show August Issue 1 2012

Massive crowds flock to air show

With a quarter of a million people attending Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson’s Arctic Thunder open house and air show Saturday and Sunday July 28-29, 2012 was a “huge success” for the biennial event, said JBER spokesman Luke Waack.

JBER Scout troops go camping August Issue 1 2012

JBER Scout troops go camping

“Scouting teaches boys responsibility and basic skills on adulthood, it gives them a head start to growing up to be independent young men who can be self reliant and self responsible” said Boy Scout Troop 190 Scoutmaster Wes Raley.