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Eklutna breaks ground July Issue 1 2012

Eklutna breaks ground

Eklutna, Inc. is hoping to move into its new headquarters in Eagle River in the next two years.

July Issue 1 2012

Bear Paw road closures announced

Traffic patterns in downtown Eagle River from July 13-15 will change due to the Bear Paw festival.

July Issue 1 2012

Chapter 10 to be discussed

After 16 months since being introduced, Anchorage Planning Department staff will finally share comments on a Chugiak-Eagle River-specific chapter to the municipal land use code rewrite.

July Issue 1 2012

Alaska Legislature honors native corp. with citation

The 27th Alaska State Legislature honored Eklutna, Inc. for 40 years of service to the state, the community and its shareholders.

Fireworks, floats for fun-filled Fourth June Issue 4 2012

Fireworks, floats for fun-filled Fourth

It’s time to celebrate!

Public hearing to be held on local taxi issue June Issue 4 2012

Public hearing to be held on local taxi issue

Is taxi service lacking in Chugiak-Eagle River?

June Issue 4 2012

MEA breaks ground on Eklutna generation station

Matanuska Electric Association, Inc. broke ground at the site of its new natural gas power plant in Eklutna on Tuesday, June 26.

Tragic day in Powder Ridge June Issue 4 2012

Tragic day in Powder Ridge

A standoff in a quiet Eagle River neighborhood ended in tragedy Thursday afternoon when police discovered a 39-year-old man dead inside his Powder Ridge home of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Eagle River to host 31st Annual Highland Games June Issue 4 2012

Eagle River to host 31st Annual Highland Games

There will be kilts, cabers and bagpipes aplenty this weekend when Eagle River hosts the Alaska Scottish Highland Games on Saturday, June 30 at Lions Park.

Foreign airmen get Alaska perspective June Issue 3 2012

Foreign airmen get Alaska perspective

Imagine boarding a C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft and making the flight across the Atlantic Ocean to a place where they speak a language that isn’t your native language. This isn’t your normal U.S. Air Force deployment, but actually a Polish Air Force deployment to Alaska to participate in Red Flag-Alaska.