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Granado calms down, claims victory November Issue 3 2011

Granado calms down, claims victory

Chugiak’s Jake Granado won the 182-pound weight class at the Bob Bailey Memorial Tournament at Chugiak High on Saturday, Nov. 12.

Reserve pilot the first to reach 1,000 F-22 hours November Issue 3 2011

Reserve pilot the first to reach 1,000 F-22 hours

Lt. Col. David Piffarerio, 302nd Fighter Squadron commander, flew his 1,000 flight hour in the F-22 Raptor here Nov. 4, making him the first Air Force pilot to do so.

Chugiak volleyball finishes fourth at state tournament November Issue 3 2011

Chugiak volleyball finishes fourth at state tournament

After losing 3-1 (24-26, 25-14, 25-23, 25-15) to Palmer, Chugiak dropped just one set...

Chinooks flying into town November Issue 3 2011

Chinooks flying into town

There’s a new wind blowin’ through the Alaska Baseball League.

November Issue 3 2011

Sendoff bash to be held on JBER

Before troops from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson are deployed for dangerous duty in Afghanistan for a year, Deborah Bonito wants them to have a day of fun.

November Issue 2 2011

Veterans Day 2011

Veterans Day ceremonies were held on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Friday, Nov. 11, 2011. Check out this photo gallery by Star editor Matt Tunseth.

Local ABL team has new name, logo November Issue 2 2011

Local ABL team has new name, logo

The newly-christened Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks were unveiled at a meeting of the team's new booster club on Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center.

November Issue 2 2011

Mustangs shoot past Wolves

Eagle River’s Cat Papasodora shot a season-high 284 for the Wolves, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Chugiak as the Mustangs took a 7-0 riflery win on Friday, Nov. 4.

Chugiak’s Friedli wins state title November Issue 2 2011

Chugiak’s Friedli wins state title

Anyone who doubts the benefit of eating fruit should talk to Kaitlin Friedli.

ER hockey team a tight-knit bunch November Issue 2 2011

ER hockey team a tight-knit bunch

With just 14 skaters and two goalies on the roster, Eagle River’s hockey team has no room for selfish play.