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Maj. Gen. Garrett takes command of U.S. Army Alaska May Issue 3 2012

Maj. Gen. Garrett takes command of U.S. Army Alaska

Maj. Gen. Michael Garrett took over as commander of the U.S. Army Alaska during a ceremony held Thursday, May 17 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. He takes over from Maj. Gen. Raymond Palumbo.

‘Mac’ turf project to be finished by mid-July May Issue 3 2012

‘Mac’ turf project to be finished by mid-July

Construction at the McDonald Center is entering its final phase.

Eklutna overpass repairs delayed May Issue 3 2012

Eklutna overpass repairs delayed

Repair work on the Eklutna overpass scheduled for Monday, May 14 has been delayed until after Memorial Day (Monday, May 28).

May Issue 3 2012

ER Valley hike turns painful

Anchorage police say a 57-year-old Eagle River man was hospitalized with injuries to his back and scalp after a run-in with a brown bear on Saturday, May 12.

Local boy’s film to show at prestigious festival May Issue 3 2012

Local boy’s film to show at prestigious festival

Though he’s currently busy turning heads as a Hollywood actor, Chugiak’s Talon Wild has a much more Alaskan dream in mind.

Gruening students roll over hunger May Issue 3 2012

Gruening students roll over hunger

Students at Gruening Middle School might not be able to wipe out homelessness, but they have found a way to help soften the blow of hunger in Anchorage.

May Issue 3 2012

Chugiak honors classmate at graduation

Though he didn’t receive a diploma, Fletcher Armstrong was still very much apart of Chugiak High’s Class of 2012 graduation on Thursday, May 10 at Sullivan Arena.

AFAA’s ‘Anne’ opens tonight in Eagle River May Issue 3 2012

AFAA’s ‘Anne’ opens tonight in Eagle River

Actor Stephen Lochner believes the upcoming Alaska Fine Arts Academy production of “Anne of Green Gables” is a must-see.

Pantagon limits F-22 flights May Issue 2 2012

Pantagon limits F-22 flights