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May Issue 3 2012

ER Valley hike turns painful

Anchorage police say a 57-year-old Eagle River man was hospitalized with injuries to his back and scalp after a run-in with a brown bear on Saturday, May 12.

Eklutna overpass repairs delayed May Issue 3 2012

Eklutna overpass repairs delayed

Repair work on the Eklutna overpass scheduled for Monday, May 14 has been delayed until after Memorial Day (Monday, May 28).

‘Mac’ turf project to be finished by mid-July May Issue 3 2012

‘Mac’ turf project to be finished by mid-July

Construction at the McDonald Center is entering its final phase.

Gruening students roll over hunger May Issue 3 2012

Gruening students roll over hunger

Students at Gruening Middle School might not be able to wipe out homelessness, but they have found a way to help soften the blow of hunger in Anchorage.

May Issue 3 2012

Chugiak honors classmate at graduation

Though he didn’t receive a diploma, Fletcher Armstrong was still very much apart of Chugiak High’s Class of 2012 graduation on Thursday, May 10 at Sullivan Arena.

AFAA’s ‘Anne’ opens tonight in Eagle River May Issue 3 2012

AFAA’s ‘Anne’ opens tonight in Eagle River

Actor Stephen Lochner believes the upcoming Alaska Fine Arts Academy production of “Anne of Green Gables” is a must-see.

Pantagon limits F-22 flights May Issue 2 2012

Pantagon limits F-22 flights

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander May Issue 2 2012

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander

Maj. Gen. Michael X. Garrett will become the 36th commander of the U.S. Army in Alaska during a ceremony on May 17 at JBER's Pershing Field.

May Issue 2 2012

Eagle River man injured in bear attack

A 57-year-old Eagle River man was hospitalized after being attacked by a brown bear Saturday in the Eagle River Valley.