The updated design study report on the new Eklutna Bridge was recently released, according to the Eklutna Bridge Replacement Project. The new designs, termed the pre-final design, were tweaked based on community and agency feedback of design drafts showcased at the December Eklutna Bridge Project meeting at Chugiak High School.
It’s a dream within a dream, a musical within a play, a sweeping epic within one beautiful and perfect song. And the finale, with all the actors’ voices blending together in a rendition of “The Impossible Dream,” very well might bring a few tears to your eyes.
Three Wasilla teens have been selected as 2014 Spirit of Youth award recipients in the categories of Media & Technology and Service to Peers. Heather Johnson will receive a Business & Government award for her recently published book, “Hidden Voice: A Story of Discovering Strengths,” about helping youth build self-esteem and deal with bullies and negative comments.
A fire on Feb. 12 left an Anchorage fire fighter temporarily injured and an Eagle River family’s home uninhabitable. A 911 call went out around 4:08 p.m., according to the Graig Temple, Anchorage Fire Department assistant chief of operations.
A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew medevaced an injured mariner from a vessel 70 miles northwest of Cold Bay on Feb. 12. The helicopter crew safely transported the patient to emergency medical services in Cold Bay for a commercial flight to Anchorage.
An Eagle River Elementary School robotics team competed in the Alaska Vex Robotics Competition on Feb. 8. The Binary Brothers team included Jennifer Spain’s 5/6th grade Eagle River Optional Program students Seth Hawkins, Olin Kelliher, Brennen Larson and Aidan Sutherland.
Alaska’s president Tina Stoddard of Anchorage, a member of Eagle River Auxiliary #9785, was honored during the National Mid-Year Conference of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, held Feb. 8-13.