The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), a nonprofit seeking to reduce loss of life via suicide, is opening its 49th chapter in Alaska — the state’s first.
According to figures available from the U.S. government, the nation’s bank accounts will run at a significant loss in 2011. How significant?
Anchorage Public Library is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the opening of Z.J. Loussac Public Library...
Outdoor painting requires a special set of tools. A portable easel is a must, as is a box for paint and brushes...
Everyone knows having good plan is essential to a successful visit to the Alaska State Fair.
Nine members of the area business community are seeking four open spots on the Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce board of directors
Koreen Burrow doesn’t let having multiple sclerosis slow her down.
Halloween is coming early to Chugiak-Eagle River.
Matanuska Electric Association has announced a base rate decrease of 0.44 percent for the fourth quarter of 2011. If approved by the Regulatory Comission of Alaska, the decrease will take effect during the first week of October, according to a press release sent out by MEA.
Soon after Kyle Frost was walking, he knew what his life’s passion was — aviation. On Saturday, Aug. 13, Frost took a major step toward turning that passion into a career by earning his private pilot’s license at age 17.