Archive of: Top Stories

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Crescent Lake cabin is a great destination May Issue 5 2014

Crescent Lake cabin is a great destination

I realize everyone is now into summer and things that are green, but I’m still catching up on some late-winter outings, one of which was a memorable ski March 19 across Carter and Crescent Lakes on the Kenai Peninsula, in Chugach National Forest.

Oh, the things they’ll find May Issue 5 2014

Oh, the things they’ll find

When Dillon Hacker cleaned out his locker at Eagle River High School the Tuesday before the then freshman prepared for final exams, he was already thinking about his sophomore year starting in August 2014.

Topping off the memories May Issue 4 2014

Topping off the memories

Attention! Stand up tall and straight, Chugiak-Eagle River, and give a proper salute. William “Top” Dill, the longtime naval sciences instructor at Chugiak High School, is retiring from the classroom after 22 years of teaching.

Pomp and circumstance, and super heroes May Issue 4 2014

Pomp and circumstance, and super heroes

There were balloons. And confetti. A little bit of dancing, and a whole lot of laughter. And, of course, tears: Joyful, happy, proud, ecstatic tears. The Chugiak and Eagle River Class of 2014 graduations took place at the Sullivan Arena on a sunny Thursday.

May Issue 4 2014

Funny River Horse Trail fire grows to 7,000 acres

May Issue 3 2014

Aiming for the last of winter on Gunsight mountain

Following snow machine tracks up a mountain seems like cheating, but it’s probably one of the more efficient ways to get up 6,441-foot Gunsight Mountain during winter, whether you prefer skis or snowshoes.

Surprise, it’s Cierra Mickens May Issue 3 2014

Surprise, it’s Cierra Mickens

Oh, my! Things were rocking in the Gruening Middle School multipurpose room when Cierra Mickens made a surprise visit to the school’s talent show last week. Yes, Cierra Mickens! In the flesh!

See how they succeed May Issue 2 2014

See how they succeed

It was an impressive evening, filled with calculus puns, military humor and a lot of hardworking individuals ready to embark on a new chapter of their lives. The Eagle River 2014 Senior Awards Ceremony honored students with medals, scholarships and college intent letters.

Wearable art meets creative designs May Issue 2 2014

Wearable art meets creative designs

The fashion scene hits Eagle River Saturday night as the creativity of local designers and the strutting of local models hits the catwalk erected inside Community Covenant Church at 7 p.m.