February-Issue-2 2012

February Issue 2 2012

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POLICE BLOTTER 2/9/12

Reflecting on a job well done

Joyce Little has been the face of advertising in Eagle River and in this newspaper for decades.

Meeting scheduled to discuss Eklutna River Bridge

A public meeting will be held Thursday, Feb. 23 at Mirror Lake Middle School to discuss the potential closure of the deteriorating Eklutna River Bridge.

PNZ still working on land use code

Debbie Ossiander is sill waiting on the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Archive »Sports

MHA MITE C BLUE DEVILS

MHA MITE C BLUE DEVILS

BLUE DEVILS PEEWEE AA

BLUE DEVILS PEEWEE AA

BLUE DEVILS SQUIRT AA

BLUE DEVILS SQUIRT AA

Bowlers wrap 2011-12 season

Eagle River’s girls bowling team finished the prep season in second place in the Anchorage Scholastic Bowling League, while the Wolves’ boys wound up tied for second but finished third on the tiebreaker.

Archive »Community

Pride in black history

“For there is no respect of persons with God.” — Romans 2:11
X-treme club highlights freestyle sports and community service

X-treme club highlights freestyle sports and community service

On Saturday Jan. 28, a new Lions Club was born.
A school for our kids

A school for our kids

Just a little more than two years after Chugiak was founded in 1947, the residents realized that school would very soon become a major problem.
School lunch menu, Nov. 7, 1962

School lunch menu, Nov. 7, 1962

Archive »Schools

More than just memorization

More than just memorization

For nearly two months, Alexa Heald has been practicing for the Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest.

Archive »Military

Letters home

Letters home

Not so far from home

Not so far from home

As it turns out, the rugged terrain surrounding Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson is actually a pretty good double for Afghanistan.
Logan Marshall Frost

Logan Marshall Frost

Archive »Entertainment

'Big Miracle' unwieldy but has suspense

'Big Miracle' unwieldy but has suspense

If a movie is cheesy and knows it’s cheesy — if it embraces the soft, gooey texture and pungent aroma of its own fromage — does that make it any more palatable as a meal?

Archive »Recreation

More strange experiences in the Great Outdoors

More strange experiences in the Great Outdoors

In our weekly forays we’ve covered embarrassing moments in the Great Outdoors, bungles and blunders, low-pitched humming sounds and even unusual objects that have fallen from the sky.