When Lee Jordan looks at Chugiak’s Loretta French Field, he doesn’t see a diamond buried under two feet of snow, but a field of Alaska Baseball League dreams.
A public meeting will be held Thursday, Feb. 23 at Mirror Lake Middle School to discuss the potential closure of the deteriorating Eklutna River Bridge.
Debbie Ossiander is sill waiting on the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Just how many moose are finding their way onto car bumpers in the Eagle River Valley?
The Alaska filming of the upcoming Hollywood film “Big Miracle” included $7.7 million in spending on goods and services with 80 different businesses throughout the state, according to Bob Crockett and Deborah Schildt, who want to see Alaska continue to benefit from film industry revenue.
The six local community councils all have the same problem.
Alaska’s first landfill gas power plant is slated to fire up this year near Eagle River.
As president of her school’s National Honor Society chapter, Mirror Lake Middle School eighth grader Catherine Goolsby is as sharp as they come.
Superman, Batman, X-Men and other do-gooders in tights and capes are probably what you think of when you think about comic books.