While we, like the rest of Alaska, face uncertain economic times, yet we also have this wonderful glimmer of hope to remind us why our community just rocks. Yep, I
A sixth-grade student at Alpenglow Elementary School, Eisenmayer has competed in the Native Youth Olympics since first grade.
The boys varsity hockey teams from both local high schools won their respective play-off games advancing them to the semi-finals of the hockey tournament.
It’s that time of year again: Time for the annual onslaught of local Cub Scout Pinewood Derbies in which the thrill of victory in the fast lane and the agony
As most of our readership cannot be on hand to see swearing in, the ECHO News asked our various legislators to send us photos from the event.
I wanted to start this “Said Amy” with a nod to Frank Baker’s humor piece on driveway clearing, Mother Nature certainly did a number this morning...
If you've ever thought that floating through the air might be an activity you would like to try, a new business in Eagle River can help make that a reality.
Such is the case with the ERHS Wolves hockey team except this group adds a slight twist: a significant portion of the players are actual brothers.
Dubbed “GirlForce,” it is part of a movement sponsored by Jazzercise to give young women a safe place to exercise regardless of fitness level.
This includes the good from a senior citizens writing group to a group of spinners at the local library and cold weather gear advice from Frank Baker...