It’s time for a new face in Congress — and Terre Gales thinks he’s the man for the job.
At 4 a.m. on a Thursday, the sun was rising above the mountains as fire trucks lined the streets next to the fishing docks here May 24.
With the bulk of his portfolio primarily sketched during idle time at school, Lukas Brown was a bit overwhelmed when he was presented his most recent canvas.
Pfc. Nathan Tyler Davis, 20, was on his first deployment.
When Dustin Slinker first arrived in Anchorage as a member of the U.S. Army, he couldn’t wait to go find out how to catch Alaska’s famous salmon. Six years later, he’s someone locals ask for advice.
Fuji Gifts got a sendoff worthy of a local landmark on June 2-3, when hordes of people descended on the quirky Chugiak shop for an estate sale.
Some hotly contested races should give political junkies their fix between now and the Aug. 28 primary elections.
A pilot was forced to land his home-built single engine airplane on the Old Glenn Highway near the Rural Discount Center in Chugiak on Sunday, June 3.