Archive of: In the News

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Fullmer back in as Chugiak hoops coach September Issue 1 2011

Fullmer back in as Chugiak hoops coach

Kevin Fullmer is returning to the sidelines at Chugiak High School.

Rip Van Winkle wakes up at Chugiak September Issue 1 2011

Rip Van Winkle wakes up at Chugiak

Sure, teenagers like their sleep. But 20 years?

Thieves make off with taxpayer brass September Issue 1 2011

Thieves make off with taxpayer brass

Vandals and thieves have been using Eagle River’s parks as a criminal playground, racking up thousands of dollars in damages during a summer-long series of sometimes-brazen acts.

‘Lead dog’ shares stage with Leiderman September Issue 1 2011

‘Lead dog’ shares stage with Leiderman

Pianist Kevin Barnett played his first paying gig in fifth grade: a performance of “Taps” at the local American Legion hall.

Woman takes son’s cause to heart September Issue 1 2011

Woman takes son’s cause to heart

Lydia Gray will never forget Dec. 31, 2008.

Youth services has its colorful moments September Issue 1 2011

Youth services has its colorful moments

“Blue!” he exclaimed, as he made the fifth attempt to force the crayon...

Crews have a history of volunteering September Issue 1 2011

Crews have a history of volunteering

For the past 59 years, the Chugiak Volunteer Fire Department has been serving the community.

September Issue 1 2011

New suicide prevention group includes pair of locals

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), a nonprofit seeking to reduce loss of life via suicide, is opening its 49th chapter in Alaska — the state’s first.

September Issue 1 2011

Alaska to honor 9/11 victims

The U.S. Senate is asking the American people to remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks together as one nation.

So long, locks: ER youth donates hair September Issue 1 2011

So long, locks: ER youth donates hair

Having to go dipnetting in a ponytail might have been the worst part of Scotty Sandback’s hair-raising adventure.