Chocolate For Life Features Yummy Treats and Community Support For Struggling Families and Mothers in Need

Heart To Heart Pregnancy Resource Center is ramping up its public presence to raise awareness of the valuable role mothers play in our society.

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Spring Weather Cycles Need for Bicycle Safety

Yet, according to Parsons and Turcic, heading out for a joyride on one’s bicycle occurs after a safety check, and a check on the fit of last year’s helmet.

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Behavior Matters Preschool Teaches Children With Autism To Connect With Typical Peers

“For our children with autism, those typical basic preschool skills do not come naturally,” Beckee Edge, owner of Behavior Matters said.

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Journey to Deliver Prayer Flags to Mount Everest Represents More Than Just a Return to Hiking For Local Man

Daugherty extended an offer to Legg to join him on the spring 2017 trek to Mount Everest with the non-profit organization, “Radiating Hope”.

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Bobby Hill Brings Joy Where Ever He Goes

The soda was renamed, “Bobby Hill’s Blueberry Soda” in honor of Bobby. It is written on the board above the bar, along with all the other beverages.

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Local Teachers Honored By Chamber of Commerce and Foundation

The ECHO News wishes to extend congratulations to these honored teachers and gratitude to all teachers for the dedication to local students every day.

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House of Tamale Opens With Authentic Approach

Tamale lovers rejoice. House of Tamale in Eagle River now offers a fix for your desire for this culinary treat from south of the border.

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Diversity Through Dough: Chugiak Educator Uses Bagels To Teach Inclusion

Because Flagg firmly believes that “kids learn best by doing,” her kids will be spending the day making their own jalapeño bagels.

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Too Many Books? Add More Shelves

The stacks of books at The Book Shelf beg the question: Can you ever have too many books? “No!” shouted Haleigh Kirchenheiter from the book-on-tape section.

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Art That Makes You Happy: Taylor Who Welcomes You

The proprietor of Artworks Gallery and Glass in Eagle River isn’t what you would expect. He shakes his russet-tinged locks and ambles over for a rub down.

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