A trio of local community organizations will host an area-wide candidates forum on Aug. 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Eagle River Lions Club.
“Scouting teaches boys responsibility and basic skills on adulthood, it gives them a head start to growing up to be independent young men who can be self reliant and self responsible” said Boy Scout Troop 190 Scoutmaster Wes Raley.
Anchorage police said an Eagle River man died when his vehicle rolled over on Hiland Road on Thursday, July 26.
Folks who aren’t quite as energetic as some of the event’s stars are still welcome at this year’s Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center Walk for Seniors.
For more than half a century, “Yellow Rock” has been an Eagle River landmark.
Nobody ever joined the Chugiak Volunteer Fire Department to get rich.
There’s still plenty of time to head into winter with a freezer full of fish.
Recently, Mary Meacham’s son, Ty, had been complaining of frequent headaches.
A fundraiser will be held for George Gardner, owner of Hilltop Recycling in Chugiak, on Saturday, Aug. 18 from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. at the Mug-Shot Saloon in Wasilla.
College professors are increasingly crossing disciplines in their exams. For example, what if one of them combined the fields of psychology, neurology and political science to create this final exam question: Compare and contrast the two-hemisphere human brain with the American two-party political system.