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300 Spartans return from Afghanistan September Issue 4 2012

300 Spartans return from Afghanistan

A plane load of about 300 members of the Army's 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division returned to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, following a 10-month deployment to Afghanistan.

Legend of the Wilds September Issue 4 2012

Legend of the Wilds

How do you tell the story of a legend? If you’re author Kaylene Johnson, you ask him.

Positive message comes from tragedy September Issue 4 2012

Positive message comes from tragedy

Look for the best in others. Dream big. Choose positive influences. Speak with kindness. Start your own chain reaction.

September Issue 4 2012

Winds knock out power

High winds from yet another powerful storm knocked out power in the Eagle River area for the second consecutive week when about 1,000 homes and businesses lost their lights on Sept. 19-20.

Making way for the future September Issue 4 2012

Making way for the future

What looks like a war zone will soon become an AutoZone.

September Issue 3 2012

Back to jail: Probation violation nets Albright murder defendant three months

One of three defendants in the 2010 Eagle River murder of Harvey “Charlie” Albright is back in jail after violating the terms of his probation.

Valley River Cinemas closes its doors September Issue 3 2012

Valley River Cinemas closes its doors

Due to lack of revenue, Valley River Cinemas has shut its doors.

September Issue 3 2012

AFD rescues kayaker from surging Eagle River

The Anchorage Fire Department on Sunday, Sept. 16 rescued a kayaker pinned against a partially submerged log in Eagle River.

25 years of service September Issue 3 2012

25 years of service

Leader. Mentor. Hard worker. Supportive. A friend.

Local woman publishes spiritual poetry for children September Issue 3 2012

Local woman publishes spiritual poetry for children

When Dena Sessler decided to write a book of spiritual poetry geared toward kids, she thought there was no better way to complement her words than with illustrations by children.