Archive of: Top Stories

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Jordan blazes to victory at Kincaid Park October Issue 1 2011

Jordan blazes to victory at Kincaid Park

Mirror Lake Middle School’s Ty Jordan doesn’t fold under pressure. Rather, he thrives on it.

‘Punk’ author has some grown-up literary dreams October Issue 1 2011

‘Punk’ author has some grown-up literary dreams

With his ripped jeans, messy hair, earring and tennis shoes, author Anthony Pate is the first to admit he’s kind of a punk.

Three Gruening girls crack the top 10 at City’s October Issue 1 2011

Three Gruening girls crack the top 10 at City’s

Gruening Middle School had three eighth-grade girls in the top 10 at the Anchorage School District middle school cross-country running championships...

Elementary, middle school enrollment on the rise October Issue 1 2011

Elementary, middle school enrollment on the rise

More local youngsters can be seen roaming the halls this school year...

October Issue 1 2011

Major search effort triggered by soldiers’ brawl

A fight between a trio of soldiers on an early October camping trip up the South Fork Eagle River Valley ended with one in jail...

Mustangs end lackluster campaign with a loss October Issue 1 2011

Mustangs end lackluster campaign with a loss

Things just never got on track for the Chugiak flag football team, whose season ended in disappointment following a 28-14 loss to West in the opening round of the Cook Inlet Conference playoffs on Tuesday, Oct. 11.

Trombley, Kelechi Madubuko earn top football honors October Issue 1 2011

Trombley, Kelechi Madubuko earn top football honors

Two local senior football players — one a shifty open-field specialist, the other a hulking lineman — came home with two of the Cook Inlet Conference's top four awards in voting by the league's coaches.

October Issue 1 2011

Unruly patrons strike Homestead Lounge

The Homestead Lounge is an unassuming bar attached to a family-friendly bowling alley.