Wading Through Standing Water and Traversing Ice Patches a Small Price to Pay to Vote

In the race that pitted three locals for the one Assembly seat less than 16 percent of voters in the local area actually went to the polls to cast a vote.

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Cooperatives Bring First Chugiak Utilities

With one exception, for several years Chugiak remained in the dark and telephone, a fragile utility continued subject to the whims of wandering moose.

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Character Counts Just As Much As Grades

Good grades aren’t the only way to receive academic recognition. Sometimes a certificate documenting achievement comes with something a bit more tasty: Pizza. Just ask Mathias Brown. “I’ve never had

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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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Early Businesses Cater to Settlers

Eagle River John has to be recognized as one of the “first” in the field of commercial businesses and certainly the first local manufacturer.

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Lady Mustangs Win Cook Inlet Conference Flag Football Championship

Led by what coaching staff describes as a “natural football player” with incredible ball-handling skills and an aggressive defense that just wouldn’t give the Lady Eagles offense from West High

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Ordinary Folks Take On Services

A dozen or so families moved to the wilderness area north of Ft. Richardson and took out Chugiak, home sites or business sites.

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Chugiak Gymnastics Team Remains Undefeated This Season

Solid performances in the floor exercise is a major contributor as to why the 12 members of the Chugiak High School girls’ gymnastics team remains undefeated this fall season. At

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Dear Editor

With the primary election results tallied and certified, I want to thank the voters of Chugiak, Eagle River, Fire Lake, Birchwood and JBER for expressing their trust in me with

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