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Student shares honor with friend, classmate

Student shares honor with friend, classmate

He gave the medal he earned to a classmate he said was more deserving. Nathaniel Guderian is a fifth grade student at Eagle River Christian Academy. Tall enough for his age, Guderian’s frame already hints of athletic ability. He plays tennis, football and “a lot of” basketball, he said.
Local scouts take part in annual winter campout

Local scouts take part in annual winter campout

Boy Scouts from troops in the Great Alaska Council Bear Paw, Denali and Eklutna district which covers Anchorage, Chugiak, Eagle River, Palmer and Wasilla participated in the annual Freezeere campout Jan. 23 through Jan. 25. The event was held at the Alaska Native Heritage Center located off Muldoon Road.
‘Poetry Out Loud’ competition attracts a crowd

‘Poetry Out Loud’ competition attracts a crowd

The library at Eagle River High School was packed with students and not only the obligatory presence of parents a week ago as the school’s 10th annual Poetry Out Loud competition was held. Forget the stereotype of poets as people who page through dusty books, are eccentric societal outsiders continually in deep, reflective thought and oddly always wearing a beret.
McDonald Center reopens with pomp, dignitaries, cookies and ‘dogs

McDonald Center reopens with pomp, dignitaries, cookies and ‘dogs

After nearly nine months, happy hockey times are here again. The reopening of the Harry J. McDonald Center was made official with a ribbon-cutting and everything including free skate rental and ice, along with cookies, hotdogs and door prizes.
A quick look back

A quick look back

Well, 2014 was quite the year for Eagle River. We saw a lot of changes, big and small. There was building construction, and road construction (sitting out on Eagle River Road sipping coffee and waiting for the darned lane to open up, anyone?) and new businesses opening and old businesses folding and people winning races and running for Assembly and State Senate even an Assembly member making a bid for the Anchorage mayoral slot.
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Money for smarts, and more

Money for smarts, and more

Imagine getting money for passing tests, and not just a couple of dollars but a couple hundred of dollars. Sound far-fetched? Not to the Eagle River High School students who recently received chec
Fifty years of Mustang glory

Fifty years of Mustang glory

Remember high school? Pimples? Algebra? Detention? But wait! There were good things too: Dances, slipping notes in class (hence the detention) and flirting with your favorite squeeze.
May the best trig win

May the best trig win

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.
Chugiak student awarded first Peter Larson scholarship

Chugiak student awarded first Peter Larson scholarship

HOMER: Roan Hall, 16, of Chugiak, has become the first recipient of the AFS-Peter Larson Memorial Scholarship. Hall was awarded the $1,000 grant by Flo Larson and met with her at Finn’s Pizza on Monday. The funds will help support a year living and studying in Steinkjer, Norway, as an AFS exchange student.

New principal assignments for upcoming school year

Several new principal assignments for the 2014-15 school year were recently approved by the administration and Anchorage School Board. Chester Valley Elementary School – Adrianne Grenier, former assistant principal at Fairview and Sand Lake elementary schools.
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