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Mayor proposes cuts at Station 11 October Issue 2 2012

Mayor proposes cuts at Station 11

When a kayaker found himself trapped beneath a log in the raging Eagle River last month, dozens of specialized emergency personnel sprung into action in a highly choreographed maneuver that resulted in a dramatic life-saving rescue.

October Issue 2 2012

Bus routes could also be cut

Also included in Sullivan’s proposed budget are cuts that would affect users of the municipality’s public transportation system.

Public hearing to be held on local taxi issue October Issue 2 2012

Public hearing to be held on local taxi issue

Got an issue with taxi service in Chugiak-Eagle River? Then speak up.

Munch deadlines fast approaching October Issue 2 2012

Munch deadlines fast approaching

It’s time to get minds on Munching.

Kayaker recounts dramatic Eagle River rescue October Issue 1 2012

Kayaker recounts dramatic Eagle River rescue

Clutching to a paddle that he had somehow jammed into debris beneath the frigid, rushing water, pinned and unable to free himself from his submerged kayak, Steve Rossberg wondered if anyone could hear the distress calls from his police whistle. After 90 minutes in the icy water, body numb, he could feel his will to survive ebbing. Then, with his head barely above water, he thought he saw someone on shore making a cell phone call. “I’ve got to hang on,” he thought. “I’ve got to hang on."

Hundreds of ‘Spartans’ return home October Issue 1 2012

Hundreds of ‘Spartans’ return home

Just two months after arriving in Alaska from Connecticut, Amanda Shaw’s husband, Spc. Justin Shaw, left for Afghanistan with about 3,500 paratroopers from the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division.

Major Mini trip October Issue 1 2012

Major Mini trip

There was nothing mini about Chelsey Homan and Cassie Sandall’s road trip from Portland, Ore., to Anchorage.

October Issue 1 2012

Police seek suspect in pair of robberies

Anchorage Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a suspect in a pair of recent Eagle River robberies.

Not just for kicks October Issue 1 2012

Not just for kicks

Pucks and sticks have been joined by corner kicks at the Harry McDonald Center in Eagle River, which officially opened a new 27,000-foot addition with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 29.

APD seeks masked bandit September Issue 4 2012

APD seeks masked bandit

Suspect wanted in connection with pair of recent robberies

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