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‘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.

Three Gruening girls crack the top 10 at City’s October Issue 1 2011

Three Gruening girls crack the top 10 at City’s

Gruening Middle School had three eighth-grade girls in the top 10 at the Anchorage School District middle school cross-country running championships...

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.

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...

Chugiak AP transferred over eligibility snafu October Issue 1 2011

Chugiak AP transferred over eligibility snafu

Anchorage School District superintendent Carol Comeau said Tuesday that Chugiak activities principal Kevin Theonnes has been relieved of his duties at the school in the wake of an eligibility mistake that cost the Mustang football team three wins this season. Comeau said Theonnes will be reassigned elsewhere in the district.

Talking animals invade Eagle River October Issue 1 2011

Talking animals invade Eagle River

Icing the kicker October Issue 1 2011

Icing the kicker

Craig Lowe’s high school football career lasted only six games — perhaps just long enough for him to become a legend.