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Road Board passes motion to close Eklutna Bridge November Issue 4 2011

Road Board passes motion to close Eklutna Bridge

Eagle River Street Maintenance General Foreman Mark Littlefield thinks the Eklutna Bridge is unsafe for vehicle travel.

November Issue 4 2011

Drainage top priority for CBERRRSA board

The Chugiak/Birchwood/Eagle River Rural Road Service Area Board deemed area wide drainage as a top priority...

November Issue 4 2011

Former CHS clerk arrested, arraigned for theft

A former Chugiak High supply clerk accused of stealing more than $74,000...

November Issue 4 2011

Overseas immersion

Seventeen-year-old Sarah Boelter recently had front-row seats for Mass with Pope Benedict XVI at Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany.

November Issue 3 2011

Second Chugiak clerk charged with theft from school

Former supply clerk Brenda Burge arrested, arraigned in the Valley for thefts discovered this spring.

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

Three file intent to run for District 26 House seat

Three candidates so far have filed their intent to run for the chance to represent Eagle River in the state House with the Alaska Public Office Committee.

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.

November Issue 3 2011

New legislative districts for 2012 are outlined

Due to legislative redistricting that occurs every 10 years...

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.

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