Alaska Star logo
Alaska Job Net
share on facebook
Alaska Star on Facebook





Header
Carnival of chaos
photo:News It's been that way since 1967, when Paige Morton founded Golden Wheel Amusements after traveling to Anchorage from Washington state one winter to purchase a carnival ride.
ER teen earns pilot's license
photo:News Soon after Kyle Frost was walking, he knew what his life's passion was — aviation. On Saturday, Aug. 13, Frost took a major step toward turning that passion into a career by earning his private pilot's license at age 17.
A vision beyond sight
magine you bring your child to a routine eye appointment and the doctor turns to you and says there is a problem with your child's eyesight. Not just any problem; they are going blind. Many of us can only imagine this scenario, but many more parents live it.
Helping churches help people
I love our community! We have lived here since 1989, raising our three kids (Hillary, Ryan, and Abi) in Eagle River. They graduated from Chugiak High School. I teach Kindergarten at Homestead Elementary, and my husband John teaches band at Gruening Middle School. Our family is very invested in our amazing community.
Trick-or-treating for a good cause
photo:News Trick or Treat in the Heat, a fundraiser for the Hospice of Anchorage, Ronald McDonald House and Make-A-Wish Foundation, will be held in the Eaglewood subdivision of Eagle River on Sunday, Sept. 11. Blue wristbands, which serve as tickets for the event, can be purchased for $10 at House of Bounce, Picture This and The Crave.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Neighbors upset with MEA clearing
Meat and potatoes downtown
FOCUS on fun
Three ND brothers bike for a good cause
We're so sorry, don't hike Albert
Yoga, ballet instructors join forces
State Fair draws near
Moth invaders return to Hiland Road