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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...

‘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.

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.

ABL is coming to Chugiak September Issue 1 2011

ABL is coming to Chugiak

Jim Reeves thinks he’s got the perfect name for the newest team in the Alaska Baseball League.

Begich says deficit won’t be an easy fix September Issue 1 2011

Begich says deficit won’t be an easy fix

According to figures available from the U.S. government, the nation’s bank accounts will run at a significant loss in 2011. How significant?

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.

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.

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.

Who is Loussac and why should you care? September Issue 1 2011

Who is Loussac and why should you care?

Anchorage Public Library is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the opening of Z.J. Loussac Public Library...