September-Issue-1 2012

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September Issue 1 2012

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Eagle River family escapes house fire

Eagle River family escapes house fire

Mom, four kids get out after wood stove flare-up; husband currently deployed to Afghanistan
Cobb earns World Cup title

Cobb earns World Cup title

Pride of Peters Creek adds to impressive national resume

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Eagle River family escapes house fire

Eagle River family escapes house fire

Mom, four kids get out after wood stove flare-up; husband currently deployed to Afghanistan
Windstorm rips through Chugiak-Eagle River

Windstorm rips through Chugiak-Eagle River

Gusts reached 50 mph in Eagle River as a windstorm ripped across Southcentral Alaska on Tuesday night.
JBER plant turns waste to energy

JBER plant turns waste to energy

During an especially cold December afternoon, a swirling formation of obsidian ravens hovered over a gray chimney, the structure pushing out hot air in the form of burned methane gas and oxygen combusted into water and carbon dioxide.
Teen accused of setting church fire

Teen accused of setting church fire

Police arrested Hans Ihde, 18, of Eagle River after he allegedly set fire to St. John Orthodox Cathedral on Thursday, Aug. 23. Ihde was charged with second-degree arson, second-degree burglary and third-degree theft.

Archive »Sports

Cobb earns World Cup title

Cobb earns World Cup title

Pride of Peters Creek adds to impressive national resume

Archive »Entertainment

Classic comedy

The Alaska Fine Arts Academy in Eagle River is putting on six shows of Neil Simon’s famous play The Odd Couple starting Friday, Sept. 7.
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