Archive of: Down memory lane



January Issue 5 2014

“Asplund shoots down school site swap proposal”

Borough Chairman John Asplund shot down a proposal to exchange land at the Chugiak Carnival Grounds for the present Chugiak Elementary School site. Both the School Board and the Planning Commission had approved the swap.

January Issue 4 2014

“Letter to the editor”

For the benefit of the residents of Eagle River: “After reading the letter to the editor in the last Courier, it has been decided to put many people aware of the facts concerning the Eagle River Fire Department.

January Issue 3 2014

“Not a plaything”

A problem that is still much in evidence among subscribers to the MTA is the number of instances where children are apparently being permitted to play with phones, causing much annoyance to other members of the party line.

January Issue 2 2014

“Twenty installed in honor society”

Twenty new members were installed in the Exceler Chapter of the National Honor Society last week during a special assembly.

January Issue 2 2014

Students named for girls and boys state

Three girls and two boys will represent Chugiak High School at the Boys and Girls State program to be held the 2nd week in June at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

January Issue 1 2014

“New bank opens in Chugiak”

A long awaited and much needed service was made available to the residents of the Greater Chugiak Area with the opening of the Eagle River Branch of the First National Bank of Anchorage this week.

December Issue 3 2013

“Eklutna council to block highway”

The Eklutna Village Council at their Monday meeting resolved to take legal action to hold up the construction of the extension of the Anchorage to Fairbanks highway from Peters Creek to Eklutna until the settlement of the Native Land Claims.