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.
When Chugiak High teacher Angela Armstrong reflects on her time as a Chugiak student two decades ago, one event comes to mind — “Faculty Follies.”
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.
A house caught fire Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012 at 20513 Eagle River Road in Eagle River. No one was home at the time of the blaze, which was reported by a neighbor.
If there’s a post-Christmas sale, there’s a good chance Eagle River’s Sheri Boggs will be there.
Nicole Mrugala started 2012 the way she ended 2011 — perfect.
A 20-point, fourth-quarter surge was enough for South Anchorage to prevent Eagle River’s girls from winning their first basketball game in more than two years.
You’ll never see a new student eating lunch alone at Eagle River High School.