Town Square Park Rich in History

Members and businesses took that motto a step further and applied their skills and connections that lead to “Rotary Park” now known as Town Square Park.

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Surviving the Glenn Highway: Knowing Driver Types Can Be Helpful

A good follow-on to Amy Armstrong’s “Road Rage” piece last week would be a rundown on the types of drivers one is likely to encounter on the Glenn Highway.

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She Would Rather Go To The Gun Show

Deb and Mike say the vendors and visitors at gun shows are the kind of folks they want her to associate with and learn from.

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Jack Walters: A Case Study in Humility and Hockey Success

Jack Walters, the CHS goalie wearing #35, would rather talk about the accomplishments his teammates brought on the ice that magical night.

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Local Girl Scouts Travel The World In Just A Few Hours

Chugiak-Eagle River (CER) Girl Scouts came together at Community Covenant Church on Feb. 18 to explore countries around the world for World Thinking Day.

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Avoid The Tow Truck (And The Hospital)

“If you are not comfortable nor confident in your driving – then don’t,” Garcia stressed. Stay home or find someone with more winter driving experience.

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The Chugiak Minstrels Debut at Folk Festival in Snow Storm

A group of singers from the CERSC traveled to the 28th Annual Anchorage Folk Festival recently in the only lane open to traffic because of a major snowfall.

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Cub Scout Pinewood Derby Race

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

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Biathlon Dreams Set to Come True for Local Teens

Two local teen biathletes are prepping for the Youth/Junior Biathlon World Championships on Feb. 22-28 in Osrblie, Slovakia.

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A New View on Local Nature

Russell, 28, is the nature center’s newest naturalist. She started in April 2016 and is enchanted with her surroundings.

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