January-Issue-2 2012

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January Issue 2 2012

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POLICE BLOTTER 1/12/12

Teacher talent show finally set to go

POLICE BRIEFS 1/12/12

Firefighter's family displaced by Peters Creek blaze

Firefighter's family displaced by Peters Creek blaze

One of the longest days of Ian Murphy’s life began ordinarily enough...

Archive »Sports

Chilly day at the races

So close! Eagle River drops tight CIC game to South

So close! Eagle River drops tight CIC game to South

A 20-point, fourth-quarter surge was enough for South Anchorage to prevent Eagle River’s girls from winning their first basketball game in more than two years.

Businessperson’s race, planned this weekend

The always-popular Businessperson’s Race will be held at noon Saturday, Jan. 14 at the Chugiak Dog Mushers Association’s Beach Lake trails off of South Birchwood Loop.

ER girls in critical showdown today

Eagle River’s girls second-place bowling team split 15-15 with third-place Bartlett in Anchorage High School Bowling League play on Jan. 5 at Center Bowl. Carly Meacham rolled the high individual game for the Wolves with a 171.

Archive »Community

Service inspired by public safety

Service inspired by public safety

When you think about the building of our country what comes to mind?
Passing of a death trap

Passing of a death trap

As winter draws to a close, we are suddenly aware that a milestone has been passed for this community.
Time Was 1/12/12

Time Was 1/12/12

“Ordinary time”

Soon we will enter into ordinary time on the Church calendar.

Archive »Schools

An Eagle River High adventure

An Eagle River High adventure

You’ll never see a new student eating lunch alone at Eagle River High School.

Archive »Military

Alaska Army National Guard under new leadership

Alaska Army National Guard under new leadership

The Alaska Army National Guard is under new leadership.
Centurions deliver for Alaska-based brigade

Centurions deliver for Alaska-based brigade

KHOWST PROVINCE, Afghanistan – A group of Alaska-based parachute riggers are now rigging everything from fuel to food for delivery to soldiers on the front lines in Afghanistan.

Archive »Recreation

A resolution for 2012 – become more involved

A resolution for 2012 – become more involved

Since the Mayan calendar ends in December 2012, I’m glad that I have my own calendar...
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