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Nine pets die in Sunday fire November Issue 4 2012

Nine pets die in Sunday fire

No human injuries reported after fire breaks out in condo.

Eagle River hockey downs Chugiak November Issue 2 2012

Eagle River hockey downs Chugiak

Brett Wood's third-period tally was the difference as Eagle River ran its unbeaten streak to five games against Chugiak on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the McDonald Center in Eagle River.

APD seeks masked bandit September Issue 4 2012

APD seeks masked bandit

Suspect wanted in connection with pair of recent robberies

300 Spartans return from Afghanistan September Issue 4 2012

300 Spartans return from Afghanistan

A plane load of about 300 members of the Army's 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division returned to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, following a 10-month deployment to Afghanistan.

September Issue 3 2012

Back to jail: Probation violation nets Albright murder defendant three months

One of three defendants in the 2010 Eagle River murder of Harvey “Charlie” Albright is back in jail after violating the terms of his probation.

Chugiak boys, four local girls earn state XC berths September Issue 3 2012

Chugiak boys, four local girls earn state XC berths

Eagle River's Hannah Stevens led all local finishers in 3rd place at the Region IV Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Kincaid Park; the Chugiak boys qualified for state by finishing third as a team.

Eagle River family escapes house fire September Issue 1 2012

Eagle River family escapes house fire

Mom, four kids get out after wood stove flare-up; husband currently deployed to Afghanistan

Windstorm rips through Chugiak-Eagle River September Issue 1 2012

Windstorm rips through Chugiak-Eagle River

Gusts reached 50 mph in Eagle River as a windstorm ripped across Southcentral Alaska on Tuesday night.

JBER plant turns waste to energy September Issue 1 2012

JBER plant turns waste to energy

During an especially cold December afternoon, a swirling formation of obsidian ravens hovered over a gray chimney, the structure pushing out hot air in the form of burned methane gas and oxygen combusted into water and carbon dioxide.

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