It was around her junior high years that Pulliam started beading on her own. It eventually became her source of income.
Mike “Ski” Kowalewski’s eyes gleamed as he told the story explaining the photo on the cover of his newly published book, “A Sailor’s Life in World War II”.
A visit to Chugiak High School last week netted some of the best and brightest in local holiday cheer.
Kudos to Jack White Realty for their annual Christmas tree trimming and lighting party held at the Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center.
Chugiak residents Shoua Lee and Cheng Li didn’t come to Alaska to open a restaurant. They moved to the 49th state for pure water, fresh air and beautiful scenery.
The ECHO News gives a “Kudos” to Reisinger for his care of local senior citizens.
A 14-year-old Chugiak resident will be featured on Dec. 13 in a concert from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Natural Pantry Café in Anchorage. The event is sponsored by
Members of the ERHS Air Force JROTC drill teams collectively took second place overall while competing on Sat., Dec. 3, at the Interior Drill Competition held at North Pole High
Col. Suellyn Wright Novak, honorably retired from active duty service, recently mailed more than 8,000 letters written by local school children to U.S. military troops stationed abroad this holiday season.
If you buy the tennis shoes, students at Eagle River High School will paint the designs on them. The project is called, “Soled Out,” and it is the brainchild of