Beloved and Charming Local Road Faces Usage Issues

Problems include municipal platting discrepancies, the local road crossing private property, and a guide fence made of rocks that could damage vehicles.

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Senate Majority Talks Budget Priorities

Everything is on the table for consideration in determining how the state of Alaska will close its three billion-plus budget gap, according to the members of the Alaska Senate Majority holding a press conference on Tues., Jan. 17 in Juneau just shortly before noon on the first working day of the 30th Alaska Legislature.

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Local Republican Announces Assembly Run

Brassell wants to bring more officers on to the police force and add personnel and equipment to the fire department as warranted.

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Anchorage Municipality and Eklutna, Inc. Agree to Settle Landfill Gas Dispute

If approved, the native corporation was entitled to half of the revenue from landfill gas as per the 1982 North Anchorage Land Agreement.

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It Costs More to Get Elected Than Job Actually Pays

The campaign to re-elect Rep. Lora Reinbold, R-District 14, and the campaign to elect current Rep. Shelly Hughes, R-District 11, to the state Senate District F seat vacated by the

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Rush Hour Bus Service Proposed to Cease

The People Mover Route 102 providing morning and evening rush hour service between Chugiak-Eagle River and Anchorage may end as of Aug. 2017 should municipal traffic planners’ move forward with

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Local Incumbents Retain House Seats; Hughes Wins Senate F

Republican incumbents in state house districts 12, 13 and 14 retained their seats in the state legislature Tuesday night as results were announced Wednesday morning by the state Division of

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Early Voting More Than Doubles Local Primary Turn-Out

Early voting in the Chugiak-Eagle River area has more than doubled the turn-out in the August primary as poll workers at the area’s only local early voting station report constant

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Get All Sides

The ECHO News thanks all candidates from state house districts 12, 13 and 14 and state senate district F for participating in the Oct. 25 candidate debate held at the

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Town Hall on Crime Connects Citizens With Information; Announces New Program

Talk to your neighbors when you see something happening on your street that looks suspicious. Report all crimes to the police, even if you don’t think any justice will come

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