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Local ABL team has new name, logo November Issue 2 2011

Local ABL team has new name, logo

The newly-christened Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks were unveiled at a meeting of the team's new booster club on Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center.

Chugiak’s Friedli wins state title November Issue 2 2011

Chugiak’s Friedli wins state title

Anyone who doubts the benefit of eating fruit should talk to Kaitlin Friedli.

November Issue 2 2011

Eklutna Bridge faces closure

The Eklutna Bridge is in immediate need of repair, according to an inspection conducted by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities in August.

November Issue 2 2011

Fairclough files for Senate seat

A little less than a year from now, Rep. Anna Fairclough could be a state senator.

November Issue 2 2011

JBER layoffs upset Alaska delegation

Alaska’s representatives in Washington, D.C., aren’t too happy with the recent announcement that 53 civilian workers at Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson will be losing their jobs. And they made their concerns known to the United States Air Force.

ER hockey team a tight-knit bunch November Issue 2 2011

ER hockey team a tight-knit bunch

With just 14 skaters and two goalies on the roster, Eagle River’s hockey team has no room for selfish play.

November Issue 2 2011

Mustangs shoot past Wolves

Eagle River’s Cat Papasodora shot a season-high 284 for the Wolves, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Chugiak as the Mustangs took a 7-0 riflery win on Friday, Nov. 4.

November Issue 2 2011

Mustang volleyball returns to state

Rumors of Chugiak’s demise have been exaggerated.

Conservation easement will protect 4,800 acres of Knik-Matanuska area land November Issue 2 2011

Conservation easement will protect 4,800 acres of Knik-Matanuska area land

A massive swath of land at the confluence of the Knik and Matanuska Rivers has been set aside for conservation...

November Issue 2 2011

No meat? No problem - November 10

If you think giving up meat to become either vegan or vegetarian will destroy your chances of eating out — think again.