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.
Released on a plea deal, one of three Eagle River men originally charged with murder in the 2010 beating death of Harvey “Charlie” Albright got out of jail in July.
In his four decades living on South Birchwood Loop Road, Manuel Belmudes has never seen anything like the destruction caused by a windstorm that ripped through Southcentral Alaska on Tuesday, Sept. 4.
Eleanor Braendel, who helped start the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra and co-founded the Alaska Fine Arts Academy, died Aug. 13 at her Eagle River home. She was 88.
An Eagle River woman and her four children escaped injury after the two-story log home they lived in caught fire around noon on Monday, Sept. 10 on Mile Hi Way.
Friends of Nike Site Summit will hold a public tour of the historic Nike Hercules missile site on Saturday, Sept. 8. To register online, visit www.nikesitesummit.net or sign up at the Alaska Veterans Museum no later than Sept. 1.
An Alaska Reserve unit has just returned from Tennessee where the task at hand was rebuilding a school that was destroyed by a tornado in 2011.
The Crow Pass trail isn’t for the faint of heart.