A commitment to eating locally-produced food isn’t convenient. When one chooses to grow all of one’s own food, it becomes even more challenging.
People talk about the school bully – someone who consistently pushes other people around. They talk less about the school target.
Bill Martin shouldered an army surplus rucksack, walked out the door of the Brooklyn home he shared with his father, and set out for anywhere. At 16, he’d thumbed the pages of Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” more times than he could remember.
She wore a yellow scarf. Ella, slender, beautiful brown-haired Ella, riding a bicycle through Chugiak’s main street with two friends, riding all the way from Canada because ever since she was a school girl in Sweden, she had wanted to go to Alaska.
Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson sent the installation’s first round of humanitarian support to the people of Nepal affected by a recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake in the form of a C-17 Globemaster III and support personnel May 1.
Things are beginning to come together for members of the Chugiak Mustangs softball program.
The road to the middle school City Championship is paved with sustained effort, with Mirror Lake Middle School reaping the rewards of a season-long string of work: a City Championship first-place title.
In Eagle River, music lovers could find live bluegrass tunes at an unlikely locale: Pizza Hut.
Eagle River High School senior Michael Rosenberg signed his letter of acceptance of appointment and commitment to play baseball for the United States Coast Guard Academy on May 7, in the school’s library.