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‘Mac’ upgrades moving along October Issue 3 2011

‘Mac’ upgrades moving along

With the major excavation work finished, “The Mac’s” new look will soon be taking shape.

Young Eagle River team begins riflery season at 1-1 October Issue 3 2011

Young Eagle River team begins riflery season at 1-1

With a core group of returners and up-and-coming freshmen, Eagle River High riflery can contend with the Cook Inlet Conference’s best, said seventh-year head coach Jeff Parker.

Senior housing facility to tower over downtown October Issue 3 2011

Senior housing facility to tower over downtown

Eagle River's skyline could be getting a facelift.

East ends Eagle River’s season October Issue 1 2011

East ends Eagle River’s season

When East Anchorage ended Eagle River’s flag football season with a 13-0 win Tuesday, Oct. 11 in the first round of the Cook Inlet Conference playoffs, Wolves head Coach Matt Turner had nothing but positive words for his girls.

Kott to change plea in corruption trial October Issue 1 2011

Kott to change plea in corruption trial

October Issue 1 2011

Major search effort triggered by soldiers’ brawl

A fight between a trio of soldiers on an early October camping trip up the South Fork Eagle River Valley ended with one in jail...

Elementary, middle school enrollment on the rise October Issue 1 2011

Elementary, middle school enrollment on the rise

More local youngsters can be seen roaming the halls this school year...

Jordan blazes to victory at Kincaid Park October Issue 1 2011

Jordan blazes to victory at Kincaid Park

Mirror Lake Middle School’s Ty Jordan doesn’t fold under pressure. Rather, he thrives on it.

‘Punk’ author has some grown-up literary dreams October Issue 1 2011

‘Punk’ author has some grown-up literary dreams

With his ripped jeans, messy hair, earring and tennis shoes, author Anthony Pate is the first to admit he’s kind of a punk.