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Earthquakes of the 20th Century

This animation shows every recorded earthquake in sequence as they occurred from January 1, 1901, through December 31, 2000.

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Eagle River Boys & Girls Club Celebrates Month of the Military Child this April

In honor of Month of the Military Child, this April, the Eagle River Boys & Girls Club will celebrate the military youth of our community.

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Alaska Air Guardsmen rescue skier at Goat Mountain

Airmen with the Alaska Air National Guard’s 210th, 211th and 212th Rescue Squadrons rescued an injured skier April 10 at Goat Mountain.

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Summer of Heroes

Summer of Heroes includes two main components - a youth recognition and scholarship award, and a cause-related sales promotion.

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Girls Serve! Girl Scout Gold Award Projects

These girls will be awarded their Gold Award pins at the Girl Scouts of Alaska Leadership Luncheon on April 18th.

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Round of Applause

Veterans Court is a specialized court designed to facilitate the rehabilitation of eligible veterans who are charged with criminal offenses.

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It’s All in the Little Things

I have always believed that we are privileged with the responsibility of serving one another and living outside of our own lives.

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Five Exercise Myths for People 55 and Older

When it comes to exercise for the 55-and-older population, plenty of myths drive people’s actions – or inactions – when it comes to health.

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Making the Invisible Visible

Running your own business brings a lot of freedom: no boss, you set your own hours, and the opportunity to run your business from home.

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Alaska Air National Guardsmen show readiness to deploy worldwide

The 176th Wing today kicked off its participation in Polar Force 19, a base-wide exercise designed to test mission readiness.

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Boating safety classes in Eagle River

“About Boating Safely” a 7-lesson introductory course for recreational boaters, will be offered twice this month.

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Science Requires Knowledge, but That Requires Education

Bradner concluded that science requires knowledge. Knowledge arises from education--an area being whacked by Governor Dunleavy’s budget axe.

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AFD reveals the New PINK Cancer Awareness fire engine

On Wednesday, the Anchorage Fire Department will reveal the latest fire engine to be transformed from red to pink to raise cancer awareness.

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Bolt the therapy dog breaks Alaska ice

Bolt is a trained, nationally certified therapy dog who works closely with 176th Wing Director of Psychological Health, Diann Richardson.

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Post-Earthquake Workshop to provide understanding and healing

The workshop will be led by Dr. Jamie Aten to address fear, faith and resilience in the aftermath of last year’s earthquake.

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