Archive of: In the News

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Plan afoot to save popular hiking area from development April Issue 1 2014

Plan afoot to save popular hiking area from development

Kajetan Groicher and Tim Shaw drank in the view of Knik Arm and Mount Denali from the top of Skyline Drive last Sunday afternoon, while a paraglider sailed just below them under clear blue skies. The buddies chatted next to the trail head leading to the Old Wallace Homestead.

Logging the miles to Nome April Issue 1 2014

Logging the miles to Nome

While Iditarod mushers and their dogs were trotting toward Nome last month, local seniors were also trotting. Not in dog booties, of course, but in thick-soled sneakers and snazzy Zumba shoes.

April Issue 1 2014

A Starr, and lots of propositions

It’s too early to know for sure but late Tuesday night (before the Star went to press), unofficial Anchorage Municipal election results saw Bill Starr leading Sharon Gibbons for Anchorage Assembly District 2 Seat 3.

Exceptional efforts March Issue 4 2014

Exceptional efforts

Twelve local teachers were honored at the annual Excellent in Education reception at the Bear Mountain Grill on March 19. Teachers from each of Chugiak-Eagle River’s elementary, middle and high schools were awarded with a plaque bearing a large golden apple.

March Issue 4 2014

APD Investigation Results in Drug Seizures and Arrests

Anchorage Police Officers in the Special Assignment Unit completed a successful drug investigation resulting in a large seizure of illegal drugs and the arrests of two involved citizens early in the morning of March 21.

March Issue 4 2014

Three Bears, monofill and cell towers

The Chugiak Community Council met to a full house on March 20. The big topic on everyone’s mind was the proposed landfill. But first the two Assembly candidates introduced themselves.