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February Issue 2 2015

Top V-Day dates in Chugiak-Eagle River

Feeling the attraction of a Valentine’s Day date in the big city? Don’t overlook the hangouts in your humble hometown. Chugiak-Eagle River’s offerings might not be as fancy as what you could find at those swank urban hot spots to the south. But it’s got other, more endearing charms.

Fleischhacker to state spelling bee February Issue 2 2015

Fleischhacker to state spelling bee

When fifth-grader Hunter Fleischhacker heard the word “sesame” announced as the one he’d need to spell correctly to win the Birchwood ABC Elementary School spelling bee, he thought of the popular preschool television show.

Pets die in house fire February Issue 2 2015

Pets die in house fire

Firefighters worked to douse the flames of an Eagle River house fire on the corner of Easy and Lazy Streets Saturday, marshalling 12 fire units from Anchorage, Eagle River and Chugiak. The home is a local landmark, well known for the annual Christmas light show set to music put on in years past by owner David Mikowski.

Chugiak wrestling team places sixth in state February Issue 2 2015

Chugiak wrestling team places sixth in state

Chugiak High School hosted the 2015 ASAA 4A Alaska State Wrestling Championships Feb. 6 and 7. The Chugiak Mustangs placed sixth overall, thanks to three points by 190-pound champion senior Jesse Nelson. His win provided separation from East Anchorage in team scoring during the two-day championships.

Chugiak High qualifies 11 for state; Eagle River advances 6 February Issue 1 2015

Chugiak High qualifies 11 for state; Eagle River advances 6

Much of the crowd was still buzzing over the 145-pound Regional championship match between Eagle River’s Marcus Amico and top-seeded Rami Pellumbi, of South Anchorage, even more than an hour after Saturday’s evening’s last title match at Chugiak High.

Culinary honors for Chugiak February Issue 1 2015

Culinary honors for Chugiak

Chugiak ProStart students competed in the Alaska ProStart Culinary Invitational Competition on Jan. 31. For the fourth year in a row the Chugiak Management Team earned a first-place award and the opportunity to represent Alaska at the National ProStart Invitational Competition being held in Anaheim, Calif., in April. Each team member earned over $30,000 in scholarships. The team designed and presented a business plan for a new restaurant they call “Wrap It Up.”

Morris Publishing Group names Lochner editor of the Star February Issue 1 2015

Morris Publishing Group names Lochner editor of the Star

Mary Lochner has been named editor of the Chugiak-Eagle River Star. “I’m thrilled to be my hometown newspaper’s new editor,” Lochner said. “Chugiak-Eagle River is a great community, and I look forward to working with writers, photographers and local people to help tell its stories.”

CER girls ready for state hockey tournament January Issue 5 2015

CER girls ready for state hockey tournament

Perhaps in no other varsity program is the parity of classes more apparent than among those playing for the Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey team. With five freshman and four sophomores, it is the underclassmen that rank superior, at least numerically, to the balance of the team’s roster including three juniors and three seniors.

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