Three brothers from North Dakota recently set off on a 20,000-mile bike trip from Anchorage to the southern tip of Argentina — but not before pausing at a relative’s Eagle River home before the journey.
For yet another year, Chugiak’s Sheryl Loan is riding at the front of the Alaska cycling pack.
It’s a tale of two turnouts in flag football, where Chugiak is awash in players while Eagle River doesn’t have enough to field three full teams.
Out of bear necessity, the Eagle River Nature Center’s Albert Loop Trail has once again been closed for the duration of the fall.
Herding a few hundred middle school students onto about a dozen school buses isn’t easy — especially when it’s the first ride home many will ever take.
Many of us have made countless trips to Lions Park in Eagle River to watch our kids play ball, attend the Fourth of July festivities or be a part of the Highland games.
All Life Is Yoga owner and instructor Mary McCormick still remembers her first yoga class 15 years ago.
Members of the winning football team walked off their home turf Friday night with sadness.
A standoff with an armed and suicidal man on Aug. 18 near the Ft. Richardson exit on the Glenn Highway ended peacefully with the man’s surrender.
The shale slide leading up to the mountain’s ridge was easy to climb, and grass for most of this stretch provided relatively good footing.