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The man and Mount Denali

Some things you just have to do. “Every since I was an early teenager, I had always wanted to climb Denali,” said 24-year-old Jacob Brownlee, of Eagle River. And so, an hour-and-a-half interview, at the storefront table at Jitters began last week.
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Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Billed as a team camp, the All-Alaska Football Camp is a big draw for individuals as well, noted Chugiak varsity football coach Roger Spackman.
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Chugiak notches win, Eagle River takes tough loss in Legion action

The Eagle River American Legion baseball team flirted with victory, carrying a 5-2 lead into later innings before suffering a heart-wrenching defeat, 9-5, to Ketchikan, Saturday at Bartlett High School. Meanwhile Chugiak defeated Kenai, 10-5, midweek to advance their unscathed record to a league-leading 7-0.
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Pirates Knik Little League majors champs

The Knik Little League majors baseball title was decided without the need for an “if necessary” game, with the Pirates defeating the Mariners, 10-3, on June 26 at Lions Park.

The man and Mount Denali

Some things you just have to do. “Every since I was an early teenager, I had always wanted to climb Denali,” said 24-year-old Jacob Brownlee, of Eagle River. And so, an hour-and-a-half interview, at the storefront table at Jitters began last week.

Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Billed as a team camp, the All-Alaska Football Camp is a big draw for individuals as well, noted Chugiak varsity football coach Roger Spackman.

Chugiak notches win, Eagle River takes tough loss in Legion action

The Eagle River American Legion baseball team flirted with victory, carrying a 5-2 lead into later innings before suffering a heart-wrenching defeat, 9-5, to Ketchikan, Saturday at Bartlett High School. Meanwhile Chugiak defeated Kenai, 10-5, midweek to advance their unscathed record to a league-leading 7-0.

Youth umpires lifeblood of league

Humans are taxonomically classified as vertebrates – those with backbones. Sometimes that spine is developed by dealing with stressful situations, such as those commonly experienced by umpires for Knik Little League.

Pirates unbeaten so far in tourney

The Mariners and Pirates met on the field of battle, as if replaying some forgotten sea tale, as the two Knik Little League Major teams squared off in semifinal action Monday, June 22, at Lions Park.
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