JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska — The National Guard Bureau’s Office of Complex Investigations provided a report of findings yesterday to Governor Sean Parnell regarding allegations of misconduct in the Alaska National Guard.
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON — Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson broke ground July 23, 2013, in preparation for construction of a 50,000-square foot addition to the Buckner Physical Fitness Center. Finally, the project is nearing completion.
Taking a trigonometry exam on a spring afternoon might not sound like the most people’s idea of a fun time. Unless you’re David Stockhouse. The Chugiak High School junior won the state level of the Trig-Star math exam, administered at the school last April.
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska — Approximately 50 Soldiers with the Alaska Army National Guard’s 761st Military Police Battalion returned home to various parts of Alaska Aug. 30, after a nine-month deployment to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Friday before the Monday assembly public hearing, to protest the rezone to allow monofill: The Assembly public hearing is presently scheduled to take place Sept. 23. An Assembly Work Session is tentatively sked for the mid- to early afternoon on the Friday prior to the hearing.
Alaska state Rep. Lora Reinbold is one of 48 state policymakers from across the country selected as a Council of State Governments’ Henry Toll Fellow for the Class of 2014.
Last week’s trek back-to-school in the Chugiak-Eagle River area featured plenty of trendy and uber cute outfits, new classes, locker assignments and oh yes, a reconvening of the sharing of the germs, viruses and bacteria inadvertently and unintentionally attached to the students who have been separated for the past couple months by summer vacation.
When Eric Lundgren began searching for an Eagle Scout project, he didn’t have to look far. In fact, he didn’t have to look beyond his own family. His mother, author and Chugiak-Eagle River Historical Society board of director member Chris Lundgren, serendipitously mentioned the boxed copies of the Knik Arm Courier newspapers carefully stacked over the society’s shelves.
Anyone who isn’t aware we have one of the best berry crops in years has been locked inside a closet. If you’re inclined toward hiking above the tree line you’ll notice a proliferation of blueberries and crowberries. I haven’t seen it myself, but I’m told that down toward Girdwood and farther south on the Kenai Peninsula, the wild salmon berries and raspberries are also profuse.