Archive of: In the News

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February Issue 1 2012

Methane to megawatts

Alaska’s first landfill gas power plant is slated to fire up this year near Eagle River.

Engineering the future January Issue 4 2012

Engineering the future

As president of her school’s National Honor Society chapter, Mirror Lake Middle School eighth grader Catherine Goolsby is as sharp as they come.

Big bucks dominate annual contest January Issue 4 2012

Big bucks dominate annual contest

This year’s annual Boondock Sporting Goods Big Buck contest lived up to its name.

“Home cooking” in Peters Creek January Issue 4 2012

“Home cooking” in Peters Creek

Those craving meat have to look no further than Peters Creek.

Graphic novels: More than just heroes In tights January Issue 4 2012

Graphic novels: More than just heroes In tights

Superman, Batman, X-Men and other do-gooders in tights and capes are probably what you think of when you think about comic books.

January Issue 3 2012

Scores of animals taken from Eagle River home

Authorities arrested two Eagle River men on animal-cruelty charges after finding about three dozen dogs and nearly 50 parakeets living in filth at an Eagle River home last weekend.

January Issue 3 2012

Quick response keeps house fire from destroying home

A nosy neighbor and a quick response by the Anchorage Fire Department helped keep a home at 20513 Eagle River Road from being completely destroyed by fire Thursday, Jan. 12.

Olympic tough January Issue 3 2012

Olympic tough

What’s tough?

January Issue 3 2012

Bring on the folk

Eagle River’s Eric Braendel’s reason for playing in the Anchorage Folk Festival year after year is simple: It’s fun.