Velma Davidson celebrated her birthday this year in low-key fashion, talking to family over the phone before taking a short nap. After 100 years, she’s earned it.
Whether serving as president of her sorority, volunteering with the Alaska Democratic Party or fulfilling her duties as UAA student body vice president, Amie Stanley addressed the same needs — event planning and marketing.
No skateboarding. At least not on a parcel of land bordering Fire House Lane between Eagle River Road and Seabolt Street, after the Eagle River Parks and Recreation Board voted Monday, Jan. 14 to eliminate a skate park from conceptual plans being drawn up for the area.
Rain and 40-degree temperatures led to slick roads and some flooding in Chugiak-Eagle River over the weekend.
On Jan. 21, two Eagle River locals will travel down Pennsylvania Avenue between the U.S. Capitol and White House as part of the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Parade.
It’s time to talk about gun safety. That was the reaction of the majority of Chugiak-Eagle River’s state legislators to a recent proposal that would allow teachers and other permanent employees to carry concealed guns at school.
An Alaska newspaper pioneer has taken his extensive database of knowledge about the 49th state online.
What a difference a year makes. Last winter, local mushers were raving about ideal conditions on local trails, where massive amounts of snow were making for one of the best winters in memory. This year? Not snow much.
The Anchorage Assembly will hold a public hearing on the Title 21 rewrite Tuesday, Jan. 15.
Chugiak-Eagle River area legislators are looking forward to using their new found clout in Juneau.