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Army gives Park Service a lift May Issue 1 2013

Army gives Park Service a lift

When your new office is located in one of the world’s most extreme natural environments, it’s nice to have a little help moving in. The National Park Service recently enlisted the help of the U.S. Army to shuttle supplies to Park Service base camps located far up 20,328-foot Mt. McKinley.

Riddle royalty comes to Eagle River May Issue 1 2013

Riddle royalty comes to Eagle River

Want to learn how to write a riddle? Just ask Mike Thaler. Known as “America’s Riddle King,” Thaler recently shared his process with Eagle River Elementary students. The notable author of more than 200 children’s books spent April 17 at the school, putting on two assemblies, signing books and visiting classrooms.

A sobering  lesson May Issue 1 2013

A sobering lesson

Eagle River High School students were treated to a grisly scene behind the school Wednesday, April 24. As they filed out of the school, students witnessed what appeared to be a two-car collision with several severe injuries. A blood-covered student laid motionless outside one of the vehicles, and several injured passengers in both cars groaned in pain.

Army gives Park Service a lift to Denali April Issue 4 2013

Army gives Park Service a lift to Denali

April Issue 4 2013

Man shot in AK Club parking lot

Police seeking suspect in Wednesday, April 24 shooting

Scottish Celebration April Issue 4 2013

Scottish Celebration

After drawing a record crowd at last year’s Alaska Scottish Highland Games, event chair Chris Anderson is hoping to repeat history this year. Anderson estimated 8,000 people — 3,000 more than the previous record — participated in the annual Scottish festivities at Eagle River’s Lions Park last year.

An adventure Down Under April Issue 4 2013

An adventure Down Under

Justin Toth’s first trip outside of the country will be a memorable one. The Eagle River High sophomore leaves June 16 for a 20-day trip to Australia through the People to People Ambassador Program. “It’s pretty big for my first time,” Toth said.

April Issue 4 2013

Bear Paw!

Get out your boots and spurs, because a western-themed Bear Paw is right around the corner. The theme for this year’s annual community celebration is “Round-up at the Bear Paw Corral,” which Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber special events coordinator Merry Braham said should make for a stompin’ good time.

April Issue 4 2013

APOC looks into election sign vandalism incident

The same business that printed newly elected Anchorage Assemblywoman Amy Demboski’s campaign signs also printed the small signs that were used to vandalize runner-up Pete Mulcahy’s campaign signs.

April Issue 4 2013

28th Alaska Legislature Posts Big Accomplishments in First Session

The Alaska Legislature adjourned on time Sunday after finishing a tremendous amount of work on some of the state’s most important issues, including reforming oil taxes, advancing a natural gas pipeline, providing energy and air quality relief to Interior Alaska, and holding the line on state spending.

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