Teens Talk About Being Safe Online

Staying safe online is one thing we can do to ensure that we live happy, stress-free lives – provided that we know how.

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“Dragon Flight Banner” Commemorated at Eagle River Library

On Dec. 10, people gathered at the Chugiak- Eagle River library to commemorate the memorial art piece known as the “Dragon Flight Banner.”

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Wolves Shooters Aim For Top Finishes; Mustangs Shooters Earn Academic Award

Two rifle shooters from Eagle River High School ranked in the top ten at the fourth annual regional rifle championship held on Dec. 3 at West High School. Daniel Foshee,

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Caroling Merry Merchant Munch Style is its own Holiday Harmony

Will someone please bring these kids some figgy pudding? The Eagle River and Chugiak high-school choirs – also known as the North Area Choral Department – joined forces Saturday afternoon

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Giving Thanks By Hitting Each Other With Hard Dodgeballs

Chugiak-Eagle River area residents gathered Sat., Nov. 26, 2016 at Community Covenant Church for the 8th Annual Dodgeball Tournament. The $979.93 raised will be used to directly support Chugiak-Eagle River

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Winnings and Farewells

The Eagle River High School Wolves rifle shooters won their Nov. 18 match against the Bartlett High School Golden Bears 7-0. It was a bittersweet victory for the Wolves as

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Friendly Competition And Fun In The Scripture

It is part trivia contest and a lot of memorizing with an action-packed competition featuring contestants jumping to answer the questions. For a group of dedicated group of local teens,

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Bad Day Or Not We Still Aim True

Eagle River High School Wolves shooters lost their Nov. 11 match against the West High School Bald Eagles 0-7 As a whole, the ERHS rifle team had a bad night,

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Wolves Shooters Make Personal Best Scores; Stand Proud Despite Loss

The Eagle River High School rifle shooters lost by a score of 2-5 to the South High School the Wolverines Fri., Nov. 4, in a match that saw several Wolves

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When Winter’s Lights Aren’t Bright Enough

It’s cold, snowy, and it gets dark out at 5:30. That could be considered depressing. For many people, Alaska’s fall and winter are their favorite seasons. It brings Halloween, Christmas,

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