A 22-year-old Eagle River man was arrested Tuesday, June 18 after he allegedly fired shots while attempting to steal windshield wiper blades from Walmart.
F-22 pilots and maintenance personnel from the active duty 3rd Wing and the Reserve 477th Fighter Group generated and flew nearly 90 sorties here June 11-12.
A 22-year-old Eagle River man was arrested on several charges following an early-morning incident Tuesday, June 18.
An Anchorage man was treated an released from a local hospital after he was attacked by a black bear he'd been feeding near Eklutna Lake.
In mere minutes, Army paratroopers recently turned a quiet, empty field into a battleground. The more than 500 paratroopers who filled the skies were members of the Army’s 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, which dropped onto the Malamute Drop Zone on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as part of a massive three-day training mission designed to simulate the quick takeover of hostile enemy territory.
STAR PHOTO by Matt Tunseth Eagle River’s Josh James, 15, fishes in Lower Fire Lake on Monday, June 10, 2013.
A bizarre attempted car theft ended with a 27-year-old Washington state man in jail after police established an eye-catching perimeter in Chugiak on Sunday, June 2. Anchorage police said they responded to a report of a disturbance that day at the Security Self Storage on the Old Glenn Highway in Chugiak.
In a sure sign the team’s support is growing, many fans showed up to this year’s Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks home opener already wearing their team’s red, white and blue gear. One of those fans was little 3-year-old Theodore Manolas IV, who toddled into Loretta French Park wearing a proud grin and a blue Chinooks t-shirt.
The latest chapter in Eagle River’s history has been written by one of the town’s own. Zane Treesh, a 1988 Chugiak High grad who moved to Eagle River as a baby, recently completed Eagle River, a pictorial history that’s part of Arcadia Publishing’s “Images of America” series.
Got art? The Alaska Fine Arts Academy does, and the Eagle River community arts center wants to share. The AFAA is currently offering a variety of summer camps and workshops geared toward everyone from beginning dancers to aspiring magicians.