Three brothers from North Dakota recently set off on a 20,000-mile bike trip from Anchorage to the southern tip of Argentina — but not before pausing at a relative’s Eagle River home before the journey.
For yet another year, Chugiak’s Sheryl Loan is riding at the front of the Alaska cycling pack.
All Life Is Yoga owner and instructor Mary McCormick still remembers her first yoga class 15 years ago.
By the time you read this, there's a good chance the new Peters Creek bridge has already opened for business.
A standoff with an armed and suicidal man on Aug. 18 near the Ft. Richardson exit on the Glenn Highway ended peacefully with the man’s surrender.
It’s fair to say that one Alaska event stands alone as the biggest shindig of the summer.
Those in favor of creating a separate chapter for Chugiak-Eagle River to Title 21, which regulates municipal land use, had reason to celebrate Monday night.
The annual dipnetting frenzy at the mouth of the river has become a cherished ritual among urban Alaskans, and their arrival on the peninsula is as predictable as the salmon they follow. And because of the incredible bounty Alaska has to offer, there's plenty of fish for everybody – especially this year. But before you pack up the coolers and head for the beach this weekend, it might be a good time to remember a few simple things that will help make everyone's experience safer and more enjoyable.