Lenz will be sharing a humorous drug and alcohol prevention, anti-bullying message which promotes value, courage, and respect.
Holy hockey pucks, Batman, both of our local high school boys’ ice hockey teams are in the state tournament starting Thurs., Feb. 9.
Apparently, chances are darn good local ladies will receive those massive bouquets of flowers with Valentine’s Day falling on a Tuesday for 2017.
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
The conversation around the state budget hasn’t been exactly truthful. The “cuts” have been exaggerated in an attempt to gain public support for “revenue options”, i.e. taking your money! The
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...
Everyone knows that Alaska supports the military. The U.S. military returns the favor immensely, supporting Alaska by spending $4,446 per resident each year
From politics to local sports action, 2016 was a busy year in the Chugiak-Eagle River area. Here are some of the events that shaped the calendar year.
In his new book, Alaska Range, award-winning photographer Carl Battreall and seven Alaskan writers and adventurers share beauty of this truly wild place.
Chugiak Assemblywoman defends her on-air comments regarding Muslim compound. ECHO News note to readers: This is an opinion piece. A media circus was stirred up by a liberal blogger, and