THIS ISSUE marks the debut of the Chugiak-Eagle River Star.
Matanuska Electric Association has announced a base rate decrease of 0.44 percent for the fourth quarter of 2011. If approved by the Regulatory Comission of Alaska, the decrease will take effect during the first week of October, according to a press release sent out by MEA.
Soon after Kyle Frost was walking, he knew what his life’s passion was — aviation. On Saturday, Aug. 13, Frost took a major step toward turning that passion into a career by earning his private pilot’s license at age 17.
Palmer may be home to the Alaska State Fair, but the fun comes from Chugiak.
Veggie lovers and meatheads can go to the same spot in downtown Eagle River to get their fix.
When Martin Atrops returned to his Brendlwood subdivision home from a four-day trip with his grandchildren to Denali National Park, he found his trees had been cut down.
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.