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New home for Girl Scouts October Issue 4 2013

New home for Girl Scouts

Out of the ashes of arson, a new home was created for Alaska’s Girl Scouts. The 40-acre property, Camp Singing Hills, is located on the banks of Edmonds Lake in Chugiak. The camp will include a three-floor lodge — complete with a kitchen, showers and loft sleeping quarters — canoe storage and a dock, and four yurts for year-round camping. Outdoor education sites, two trails and a playing field will surround the buildings.

APD seeks public's help in locating sexual assault suspect October Issue 3 2013

APD seeks public's help in locating sexual assault suspect

The Anchorage Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a sexual assault suspect. An arrest warrant has been issued for James Kim, 56, for one count of first-degree attempted sexual assault and one count of second-degree sexual assault, APD said in a statement Wednesday, Oct. 23. The accusations stem from a report by a female that Kim sexually assaulted her in late August.

October Issue 3 2013

Two dead in Chugiak shooting

A shooting in Chugiak that resulted in two deaths is being called a murder-suicide, according to Anchorage Police.

October Issue 3 2013

Zoning request for Chugiak monofill denied

The Anchorage Planning and Zoning Commission (PNZ) isn’t satisfied with Eklutna, Inc.’s master plan for a proposed inert waste landfill in Chugiak. “They felt they needed more detail,” Eklutna CEO Curtis McQueen said of the board’s 6-1 vote that denied a zoning request Monday, Oct. 7.

Three Bears coming to Chugiak October Issue 3 2013

Three Bears coming to Chugiak

One-stop shopping is coming to Chugiak. Three Bears is opening a new store off the North Birchwood exit across from The Crossing church. The store is a combination of a grocery store and a warehouse, said Steve Mierop, Three Bears vice president and chief financial officer.

Old Eagle River Road ‘open for business’ soon October Issue 3 2013

Old Eagle River Road ‘open for business’ soon

With colder temperatures and impending snow comes the end of the construction season. Here’s a snapshot of what’s going on with the major projects in the Chugiak-Eagle River area.

October Issue 3 2013

Dead newborn found in ER park

A dead newborn baby was found in Turner Park in Eagle River on Tuesday, Oct. 15, according to the Anchorage Police Department. At 9:34 a.m., police received a report that a resident found a baby wrapped in a towel and that it was not breathing, APD said in a statement. Police and a crime scene team responded to the park on Regency Drive.

October Issue 2 2013

Dead newborn found in Eagle River park

A dead newborn baby was found in Turner Park in Eagle River on Tuesday, Oct. 15, according to the Anchorage Police Department.

A scary encounter October Issue 2 2013

A scary encounter

Living on Fish Hatchery Road, Emilie Arvidson has seen several bears over the years in the Eagle River neighborhood. “I never really was scared of them,” she said. “Now, I am.” Arvidson’s attitude changed after her 5-year-old daughter, Alexis Morrow, had an up-close encounter with a black bear the evening of Sept. 28.

October Issue 2 2013

Military families face uncertainty during government shutdown

Katherine Kosterman, a military wife and mother of four, doesn’t know whether her husband’s mid-month paycheck will arrive. On Monday, Oct. 7, she hung out with a friend at Jitters coffee shop in Eagle River, and the worry showed on her face.

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