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One day we’re hiking into Hanging Valley-­‐-­‐ a side valley accessed from the South Fork Valley trail—in a landscape of browns and yellows and reds, the colors of autumn. Overnight, with the first snow of the season, the area is transformed into a world of white. A week later and with temperatures rising above 40...Read More→
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The People Mover Route 102 providing morning and evening rush hour service between Chugiak-Eagle River and Anchorage may end as of Aug. 2017 should municipal traffic planners’ move forward with one of two proposals re-aligning public transit resources to focus on routes with higher ridership rates. Under two proposals being presented at community meetings in...Read More→
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It’s cold, snowy, and it gets dark out at 5:30. That could be considered depressing. For many people, Alaska’s fall and winter are their favorite seasons. It brings Halloween, Christmas, the New Year and Valentine’s Day. Yet, for others, it brings hardships, struggles, and sleepless nights followed by sleepy, unproductive daytimes. Alaska’s fall and winter …
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All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Information received from the Anchorage Police Department CAD Log of Reports Taken for the Chugiak-Eagle River area via Renee Oistad of the APD Communications Department and transcribed by Amy Armstrong. Sat., Oct. 15 9:25 p.m. Niall McQueen, age 21 of Eagle River …
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Here in suburban Eagle River, we have natural gas, so I don’t have to cut and split wood in preparation for winter like my parents did when they lived at Nancy Lake in the 1960s. I rely on Carrs and Fred Meyer for groceries, so I don’t concern myself with getting a moose. And we …
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Like so many other bodily functions, mental wellness begins with digestion. There are many micronutrients needed by the brain and body for good neurological function, and these “mental health tools” come from foods. Minerals, amino acids, and fatty acids are …
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The Eagle River High School rifle shooters lost by a score of 2-5 to the South High School the Wolverines Fri., Nov. 4, in a match that saw several Wolves shooters score their personal best and an ERHS shooter won the individual portion of the match. That’s why Samantha Taylor, ERHS head coach, doesn’t consider...Read More→
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All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Information received from the Anchorage Police Department CAD Log of Reports Taken for the Chugiak-Eagle River area via Renee Oistad of the APD Communications Department and transcribed by Amy Armstrong. Sun., Oct. 23 12:08 a.m. Dennis Earl McCormick, age 45, was arrested …
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Eagle River, Alaska — The Alaska Air National Guard continues their search for a pilot and downed aircraft in Lake Clark National Park, which began at about 10:25 p.m. last night after the Alaska Rescue Coordination Center received indication of an aircraft 406 Beacon activation. Last night’s search efforts for the missing pilot and Pilatus Porter …
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When shooting zombies, it is rather important to hit them in the head. That’s how they finally die. Or at least that is the common lore touted by popular television shows and video games featuring the human struggle against a zombie apocalypse. It’s also the best way to rack up points while shooting with Elizabeth …
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What is magnesium? Magnesium is a mineral essential to human health. In the past, we were able to get all of the magnesium we needed from the foods we ate, particularly leafy greens, whole grains, legumes, and seafood. Today, however, much has changed. Conventional farming methods have stripped soils of their mineral content, preventing plant …
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