February-Issue-1 2012

February Issue 1 2012

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Richard Burroughs

Richard Burroughs

Athlete of the Week - February 2, 2012

DOWN MEMORY LANE

‘Penny war’ rages on at Chugiak, Eagle River High

‘Penny war’ rages on at Chugiak, Eagle River High

For the past week, the four Chugiak High classes and faculty have been engaged in war.

Methane to megawatts

Alaska’s first landfill gas power plant is slated to fire up this year near Eagle River.

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MLMS student questions MIT program’s fairness

MLMS student questions MIT program’s fairness

Methane to megawatts

Alaska’s first landfill gas power plant is slated to fire up this year near Eagle River.
Col. Goins checks in from the front

Col. Goins checks in from the front

Archive »Sports

Richard Burroughs

Richard Burroughs

Athlete of the Week - February 2, 2012
Lammers hottest skier at chilly Skiathlon

Lammers hottest skier at chilly Skiathlon

You can’t ice Isaac.
Trio of champion grapplers lead way to state

Trio of champion grapplers lead way to state

Garrett Morrison and Dominic Taus are double trouble.
Young Wolves have high hopes for next  season after 5-0 tourney loss to South

Young Wolves have high hopes for next season after 5-0 tourney loss to South

South ended Eagle River’s hockey season with a 5-0 win Tuesday, Jan. 31 in the opening round of the Cook Inlet Conference tournament at Ben Boeke Ice Arena.

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DOWN MEMORY LANE

Production company favors film incentives

Production company favors film incentives

The Alaska filming of the upcoming Hollywood film “Big Miracle” included $7.7 million in spending on goods and services with 80 different businesses throughout the state, according to Bob Crockett and Deborah Schildt, who want to see Alaska continue to benefit from film industry revenue.

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‘Penny war’ rages on at Chugiak, Eagle River High

‘Penny war’ rages on at Chugiak, Eagle River High

For the past week, the four Chugiak High classes and faculty have been engaged in war.

Archive »Military

Getting WILD on JBER

Getting WILD on JBER

Children may be amazed or terrified of wild animals that live in the wilderness of the Alaskan outdoors, but a little education can leave their parents a little more at ease.