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Jan - 06 - 2005

Alaska Star Spotlight

Beware of frozen pipes

Bowlers look to rebound



Championships provide reunion

CHS girls win Capital Classic

Classic sneaks in before thaw

Comp players excel in holiday hockey tournaments

DART ridership tops 10,000


Elmendorf airman Cheek doubles as rap artist

Eye on Juneau

Growing the community

How to reach local lawmakers

January thaw doesn't melt middle school ski interest

Letters To The Editor

Locals contribute mightily to climbing calendar


Question of the Week:

Secession study proposal denied

Students close in on science via simulated sub

Time Was

Twins earn Gold Award

Jan - 14 - 2005

Airmen return from Korean deployment

Boy trades 74 pounds for better health



CHS girls hockey team records first win

Chugiak-Eagle River to get its own emergency plan


Education in and out of school helped to cure my racism

Girls steal road win

Hockey team comeback falls short against Kardinals

How to reach local lawmakers

Letters to the Editor

Local skiers show stuff in Bartlett Relays

Military Briefs

Mustang boys sixth in shootout

Mustang grapplers win eight-school Kenai Duals

Neighbors fight plan to lower lake level


People We Know

Question of the Week

Ravenwood Elementary's early-bird spellers get the word

Sports Briefs

Time Was

U.S. Air Force concerts planned

Youth in the Spotlight

Jan - 20 - 2005

A good turn daily

Alaska Star Spotlight

Art show enlightens peers at Chugiak High School

Be daring, have fun when choosing wine for wedding

Busy boys hoops squad goes 3-1


CHS skiers shine without top stars

Chugiak man charged with assaulting officer

Close Shave

Development authority created to relieve land pinch


Girl, 16, named youth of the year

How newlyweds can harmonize their home

How to reach local lawmakers

Ice slab freezes Beach Lake railroad work for two years

It's Your Business

Letters to The Editor

Local teen in critical condition after sledding accident

Mustangs save best for last in 3-game stand, defeat West 5-3


People We Know

Question of the Week

Safety Briefs

Secret to giving great wedding gifts is to make them personal

Sports Briefs

Students give all to aid tsunami victims

Tax break plan good for some, not others

The real wedding planner

Time Was

Unbeaten CHS girls win hoops Classic

Wrestlers second in Dimond invite

Jan - 27 - 2005

Access to Mount Baldy in jeopardy

Air Force troupe makes Alaska stop

Alaska Star Spotlight

Arlington, Whitstine defeat all


Chugiak pucksters tie Lathrop

Command change at Kulis: Col. Hart to lead 176th

Could you live without your cell phone?

Designated sled hill sought after crash

Eagle River man charged with online enticement of minor


How to reach local lawmakers

Kid-friendly opera includes pig noses

Kott restored to leadership role he lost after coup attempt

Letters to The Editor

Local skiers shine in Besh Cup race

Middle school ski event memorable, says coach

Muni makes offer to buy Valley River Center

Mustang wrestlers ready for Regions

People We Know

Short Takes

Sports Briefs

State to privatize more local park maintenance

Strykers headed south for training

Taking a stand: What are your goals for the session?

Teachers named for new school

Teen injured in sledding accident upgraded to stable

Time Was

Feb - 03 - 2005

Airmen take it to the tables


Anchorage Assembly sends 'wish list' to Legislature

Basketball team still undefeated

Boys hockey team headed to state




Chamber still touting town center


Eye on Juneau

Fund-raiser for ailing local

Hoops team loses on Lynx buzzer beater

Introducing Senator Huggins: 'Let my voice be yours'

Joel Otto Barnell

Letters to the Editor

Mirror Lake girls take classical crown

Mustangs blasted by Central in tourney

Mustangs boys lane kings, girls second

Mustangs second to South

People We Know

Population Accelerates

Thrills, spills accompany CHS ski race

Unit earns energy conservation award

Why Chugiak-Eagle River is left out of population updates

Feb - 10 - 2005


Bartley is new Chugiak fire chief



CHS hoops teams split

Chugiak-Eagle River is state's second largest 'city'

Cold cuts Besh races short

Cub Scouts still going strong at 75

CVFD wants

Elmendorf decentralizes heat in effort to save energy

Frozen pipes lead to fire, flood and busy plumbers

Hockey girls finish fourth; three on all-conference team

Locals against board funding request

Mirror Lake Middle School girls ski to win

More local teachers become certified with national board

People We Know

Police investiage rural mail thefts

Short Takes

The things we can do with faith

What would a natural gas pipeline mean for the state's economy?

Win propels CHS hockey team to state

Wrestlers sixth, win one crown

Feb - 17 - 2005


2 sixth-graders make district's honor orchestra



CHS posts OT win in conference

Eagle River's Berry wins Besh Cup


Girls basketball team still unbeaten

Guard unit deploys for tsunami relief

It's time to start building an Information Pipeline

Legislators hear testimony on moose, vandalism, more


Local artist's work selected to adorn new school

MHA opens comp hockey tourney

Mount Baldy rezone delayed

Mustangs first in East Relays

Mustangs ousted early from state hockey tournament in Fairbanks

New fire ratings could mean cheaper homeowners insurance


People We Know

Public access to state park is dwindling

Quake rattles Eagle River

Short Takes

Students mark Valentine's day - quite properly

Three locals receive statewide teaching honors from VFW

Time Was

Veterinarian waiting rooms are full of sadness and hope

Feb - 24 - 2005

  • Briefs
  • 18A hockey team winless at state tournament

    Blue Devils skate to bronze medal at state tournament

    Boys split two games


    Career success starts with million-dollar smile

    Chugiak's home values pass Eagle River's

    Eagle Academy Charter School back on track with building

    Erosion threatens homes, state park

    Handling office stress is hard work

    Iditarod coming to Eagle River, for now

    Letters to the Editor

    Mirror Lake, Gruening head to district championships

    Mustang girls still undefeated



    Outlook: 2,100 new jobs in 2005

    People We Know

    Service-minded Rotary, 100, keeps turning

    Shop Talk

    Ski team third in Region IV

    Subway manager brings fresh approach

    Time Was

    Where do you disagree with the state administration?

    Why Loken leads the real estate world

    Youth Spotlight

    Mar - 03 - 2005

    Alaska Star Spotlight

    Assembly race getting spendy

    Base strays need a helping hand



    Chugiak High boy hoops team falls to league leaders

    Despite press , I'm more than a one-issue legislator

    Eagle River's 'MAC' center has something for everyone - almost

    From Iraq to Nome: Local ready for Iditarod

    Gruening may get 125 more students

    Hawaiian Iditarod would be 1050 miles?

    Iditarod bypasses Eagle River again; not enough snow

    Letters to The Editor

    Local Rondy rookie 13th

    Locals get some lobbying lessons

    Mustang boys third, girls fourth in state cross country ski meet

    Mustang girls keep rolling

    Peer Mediators reducing squabbles

    Respiratory infection hits many in community

    Serum run started Iditarod race

    Three locals to run Iditarod

    Time Was

    VFW stood up by Iditarod four of last five years

    Winter football camp draws 76 students

    Mar - 10 - 2005


    ANWR: time for intelligent debate



    Briggs estate developmentplans worry neighbors


    Chugiak-Eagle Rover trio heads to nationals

    Eklutna village wants a new community hall

    Firefighters douse blaze; cops investigate meth lab

    Five candidates compete for two MEA board seats

    Kornmuller wins Classic, Minister best business musher

    Legislators look to give deployed Guard members more benefits

    Letters to the Editor

    Mount Baldy trail access rezoned for development

    Mustang boys win one on the road against Cougars

    Mustang girls win streak ends


    People We Know

    Residents choose what's best in Chugiak-Eagle River

    Shop Talk

    Short Takes

    Three local wrestlers claim Tanana championships

    Three locals mushing to Nome

    Time Was

    Top local teachers honored

    What is the top unresolved issue in Chugiak-Eagle River?

    You and your community council can make a difference

    Mar - 17 - 2005


    Apodaca wins wrestling title, will go to nationals

    Be prepared for next big quake

    Boys end regular season with loss, head for regions


    Carl's Jr. to join Eagle River's fast food family

    Cell phone stress leads to call for the old days

    CHS cheerleaders win Sideline division


    Eye on Juneau

    Girls capture Senior Night with defense

    Handymen in demand in Chugiak-Eagle River

    Letters to the Editor

    Local soldier focuses on safer Iraq landings

    Mushers race on melting trail


    People We Know

    Primary seat belt law would save lives and money

    Public Safety Briefs

    Short Takes

    These ladies are anything but sleepy

    Three main sports charge out of gate Monday

    Time Was

    Well users asked to hook into city water

    Young local contractor making a name for himself

    Mar - 24 - 2005


    Alaska Guard settles into new role in Iraq

    CHS boys bow out in first round

    Chugiak NJROTC team fareswell in state drill championship

    Community Easter egg hunts this weekend

    Eagle River man named GM of Arctic Winter Games

    Elementary school students learn ins and outs of theater

    Greenbelt trail plans move ahead

    Locals run in JO Nationals

    Mustang girls advance to state tourney


    Public Safety Briefs

    Report: Eagle Pointe erosion not school's fault

    ROTC performs for scholarships

    Short track races skated at Eagle River's McDonald Center

    Should Chugiak-Eagle River support Convention Center?

    Solution to U.S. education problem is not more funding

    Sports Briefs

    Star Calendar

    Student prepares to be military officer

    Time Was

    Water main costs worry residents

    What is the biggest public misconception about state lawmakers?

    Mar - 31 - 2005


    After the lean years, can we handle the fat ones?

    Baseball team narrows rosters

    CHS hockey standout Curry holds own as Bulldog

    Chugiak High girls soccer team ready to hit the turf

    Chugiak-Eagle River voters face several bond propositions

    Eagle River Loop traffic to get worse before better

    Five vying for two Anchorage School Board seats

    Heavy medals

    Johnson and Fairclough battle for Assembly seat

    Letters to the Editor

    Mustangs boys soccer team got to take spring break off

    No good ol' boys in this bunch

    Overturned semi, diesel spill shuts down Glenn

    Parents urged to follow school pick-up and drop-off procedures

    People We Know

    Raptor jets expected at Elmendorf - but not before 2010

    Road Board, Municipality disagree over road project bill

    Shop Talk

    Short Takes

    Softball team confident

    Sports Briefs

    This Weeks Calendar

    Time Was

    Track and field team prepping for season

    Two-page Muni ballot awaits voters Tuesday

    When family comes you don't have to go far

    Apr - 07 - 2005


    AK Health Fair volunteering can be exhausting at times but is always fun

    Armed Services YMCA offers free rides on bases


    CHS girls come back to claim third at state

    Chugiak cheerleaders second at state

    Chugiak firefighters to hand out CO detectors

    Do you support outlawing marijuana possession?

    Fairclough, Steiner, propositions are winners

    Hickel now owns Valley River Center

    Homestead's Parent-Daughter Book Club creates love of reading

    Letters to the Editor

    Local fencing club seeks more members

    MEA members fill two board seats

    People We Know

    Public Safety Briefs

    Snow hampers sports schedules

    Time Was

    Apr - 14 - 2005


    Bill would track childobesity

    Board previews art for Eagle River High

    Boys win first soccer game, 3-2


    Calling all military bargain shoppers

    CHS girls blank Bears in soccer opener

    Chugiak boys win track and field mini meet

    Gardeners bide time

    How to create a weed-free lawn

    Invasive plant alert: Canada thistle among threats

    Keeping your trimmer in shape

    Letters to the Editor

    Local legislators hear plea for MAC Center expansion

    Local man takes his acromegaly in stride


    People We Know

    Perennials: pretty, perpetual

    Platting Board: School responsible for road fix

    Powder coat your garden tools

    Public Safety Briefs

    Ravenwood Elementary doubles as nightclub these days

    Report urges carpooling, buses, new lane on Glenn

    Shop Talk

    Solving child obesity problem might take a village

    Sports Briefs

    Tie a yellow ribbon for returning reservists

    Time Was

    Top 10 lawns in America

    Apr - 21 - 2005


    Alpenglow playground burned again; residents angry

    Boys soccer team still unbeaten

    Bunde, Hawker push wildlife-viewing fee bills

    Chugach Eagles third in grappling tournament

    Clock tower groundbreaking set for July

    Eagle River boy gets Heart Run support

    Elemendorf air show cancelled

    Fairclough elected new Assembly chair

    I promise to not spend Fund without your vote

    Legislators seek $300,000 for Baldy trailhead

    Letters to the Editor

    Local legislation deals with crime, schools, taxes, guns

    Mandatory water-sewer plans nixed

    Mayor to host town hall meeting Wednesday

    Military Briefs

    Miller's Gruening students make job skills their business

    Mustang baseball team opens in Texas

    Mustang girls win and lose

    Mustangs win both ends of mini meet


    People We Know

    Road proposed to connect Fort Rich to Elmendorf

    Shop Talk

    Short Takes

    Softball team swings Saturday

    Sports Briefs

    Swim clubs compete in championships

    This Weeks Calendar

    Time Was

    Apr - 28 - 2005


    Car and cycle show this weekend

    Chugiak boys get help in soccer tie against Dimond

    Chugiak softball team impressive early

    Chugiak varsity girls tie Service,

    Eagle River Campground opens Friday for season

    First wildfire burns in Eagle River Valley

    Jonrowe congratulates Birchwood Iditareaders

    Legal advice given to soldiers preparing to deploy to Iraq

    Letters to the Editor

    Local Cleanup Day set for May 7

    Local man provides tsunami relief

    Local voters did not like propositions

    Locals head to Science Olympiad nationals

    Military Briefs

    Mustang baseball team posts victory

    Mustang track team beaten by West,wind

    Old Glenn right of way fix in bill

    People We Know

    Public Saftey Briefs

    Short Takes

    Shorthanded Colts, Coyotes drop season-opening track meets

    Sock Hop is seniors' project

    Sports Briefs

    Spring is. . . .

    This Week's Calendar

    Time Was. . . .

    What do you expect the price of oil to be next year?

    May - 05 - 2005

    10 local moms share most memorable moments

    Alaska Star Carrier Profile


    Baseball team wins opener

    Begich calls for citizen lobbyists for Yosemite funds

    CHS Track team finishes in middle of pack at Palmer

    Chugiak High boys soccer team chasing first place standing

    Chugiak softball rolls on

    Chugiak-Eagle River Boys and Girls Club eyes larger digs

    Controlled burns slated on Fort Rich


    Gruening, Mirror Lake finish second in track meets

    It's Your Business

    Letters to the Editor

    Loan wins third Bike for Women

    Mayor gets earful from citizens at Town Hall meeting


    People We Know

    Public Safety Briefs

    Push is on to restore police clerk

    Short Takes

    Star Business Spotlight

    Station 11 gets six-wheeler

    Team Fullmer wins men's hoops championship

    Ten local parks and rec facilities to be upgraded

    This Week's Calendar

    Time Was

    Wild West lands at Elmendorf

    Wildfire concerns grow as brush dries

    May - 12 - 2005

    30 people, pets join Fun Run


    Big crop of Little Leaguers celebrate season start


    Chugiak Chaparrals win Spirit Award in California

    Chugiak heads into Region IV track and field meet

    Chugiak High girls lose to Bartlett in soccer playoffs

    Chugiak man shows off 8-horse hitch

    Community braces for BRAC cuts

    Eye on the Media

    JV boys soccer concludes season with tournament Friday

    Letters to Editor

    Local school nurses must apply more than first aid

    Local woman commissioned as ROTC lieutenant at UAA

    Mans dies in fall

    Middle schools lose close meets

    Mustangs go 2-1 to start season

    Not much road construction ahead this summer


    People We Know

    School year to start sooner, end later next year

    Shop Talk

    Softball team wins easily at home

    Sports Briefs

    State starts stocking fish in lakes

    Time Was

    May - 19 - 2005


    Armed Forces Day events planned at Elemendorf

    Baseball team chases undefeated T-birds for first place

    Bodybuilding competition Friday at CHS

    BRAC list hits Eielson, Kulis hardest


    Chugiak hopes for soccer retribution at state finals

    Church members hope tell-all book spreads Word

    Downed electric line kills horse, power

    Eagle River wildfire drill tests hoses

    Eaglewood takes garbage bear pledge


    Fire Lake dam project could be delayed again

    Former Eagle River residents in TV's "Xtreme Fakeovers"

    Jet cars help Guard recruitment

    Letters to the Editor

    Neighborhood Watch goes to sea - how we boaters can help


    People We Know

    Retiring Andersons leave miles of legacy

    Short Takes

    Softball team adds four more wins

    Some Mustangs golden; team fourth at regions

    Sports Briefs

    Students Jump Rope for Heart

    Taking out trash fun lesson for landfill visitors

    Time Was

    May - 26 - 2005

    172nd preps for war at Iraq training center

    8 locals among Anchorage Christian grads

    Aggressive CHS seniors net $3 million in scholarships


    Boys soccer finishes 4th


    Christian high school graduates 9

    Chugiak hardballers fall in must-win game

    Class of 2005

    E911 surcharge increase proposed


    Letters to the Editor

    Local Christian school does well at convention

    Local honored as Eagle Scout

    Loop Road plans anger residents

    Mirror Lake's Hewitt dazzles at district meet

    Most local legislation in limbo as regular session ends

    Mustangs win one event in state track meet

    News Briefs


    People We Know

    Regional obesity-fighting program going worldwide

    Right of way bill passed

    Short Takes

    Softballers 19-0

    Sports Briefs

    Teacher union threatens to strike

    Time Was

    Jun - 02 - 2005

    $10.5 million coming for local projects


    Christian school teams finish first in track meet

    Chugiak legion opens schedule with losses

    Coast Guard flotilla's goal is community safety

    Community Calendar


    How to have a fatal boating accident in Alaska waters

    Humphries, Steele, Fritz honored during Chugiak track banquet

    JV softballers join together for unified team in tournament

    Letters to the Editor

    Local job growth speeds up to near-record pace

    Local public safety gets boost in capital budget

    Long Gone Daddies rocking the Air Force

    McDonald Center expansion funds approved

    Military mom provides online support

    Mustangs finish softball regular season perfect


    People We Know

    Radio made the Mirror Lake teacher a Star

    Short Takes

    Sports Shorts

    Three up for two MTA seats; ballots due by Tuesday

    Time Was

    Tuesday Market starts next week

    Jun - 09 - 2005

    Alaska Star Carrier Profile


    Armstrong wins seven awards for The Star

    Birchwood class project: If we build it, they will roll

    Campbell: Guard changing for future

    CHS Class of 2005

    Comp Plan update starts

    Dahlstrom has gained respect

    Dahlstrom kicked out of Republican majority caucus

    Eagle River's Singleton second in Eklutna Challenge

    Eklutna Inc. improving its image

    Elmendorf building habitat for locals, humanity

    Fire leaves Legion building with $200,000 in damage

    Five local women among Miss Alaska hopefuls

    Give us your best moose shot!

    JV softball team wins

    JV win streak ends against Lynx

    Local Knik swimmers set records

    Mirror Lake Middle school band shines in finale

    New Wal-Mart manager continues community focus


    People We Know

    Post 33 improves record to 3-3

    Public Safety Briefs

    Soltis wins Arctic Valley Run

    State collars eight area grizzlies to gather info

    Time Was

    'Unbeaten' no more for CHS softballers at state

    Vietnam vets deserve better treatment on Memorial Day

    Weekly Calendar

    Jun - 16 - 2005

    10 local dads share most memorable moments

    84 Flamingos support Run for Women

    Alaska Rush wins soccer tourney


    Baldy restricted further

    Birchwood ABC teacher wins award

    Birchwood graduates 51 from DARE

    Couple celebrates golden anniversary

    Letters to Editor

    Man, 55, riding his bike to Florida

    Moose safety video premieres at school

    Neighborly or not, Baldy trailhead owners are smart


    Parenting wins over placement in triathlon

    People We Know

    Public Saftey Briefs

    School to open before road is repaired

    Serving up fun

    Short Takes

    This Week's Calendar

    Time Was

    Triple play, revenge help JV baseball team win games

    When it comes to snakes it's survival of the 'fraidiest'

    Jun - 23 - 2005

    Air bases hold training exercise


    Baldy parking to be restored

    Best moose rescue

    Chugiak goes north, south for hoops camps

    Community theater classes near

    Eagle River route floated

    Finding faith in the fast food drive-thru line

    Four locals in top five at Miss Alaska pageant

    It's Your Business

    Knik All-Star teams selected

    Letter to the Editor

    Link the dog recovering from injuries - again

    Locals finish high in Mayor's Marathon

    Military Briefs

    Miss Bear Paw candidates announced; pageant July 14

    Mustangs, JV Wolves get jump on football season


    People we Know

    Post 33 comes back, ends in loss

    Public Safety Briefs

    Scottish Highland Games Saturday

    Soldiers go on birthday run with commanding general

    Sports Briefs

    Summer community class schedule set

    Summer means contests at The Star

    Teen seeks musical instruments

    There's a new road crew in town

    This Week's Calendar

    Time Was

    Wolves won't field varsityfootball team

    Jun - 30 - 2005

    12 softballers on all-star team

    4th Parade theme: 'Serving Community and Country'



    Chugiak JV wins twinbill

    Eagle River High is a beautiful sight to behold


    Letters to the Editor

    Local summer camp fills kids' days with fun in the sun

    Local summer camp fills kids' days with fun in the sun

    Locals attend All-Alaska Football Camp

    Locals on mark in trap shoot

    Military mini-mall to open in July at Fort Rich

    People We Know

    Post 33 well-represented at camp

    Public Safety Briefs

    Scottish invasion

    Scottish invasion

    Sports Briefs

    Survey: Folks happy in Eagle River Valley, blue in Birchwood

    Those Extravagant Eagle River Lions!

    Time Was ......

    Voris still biking to Florida

    Jul - 07 - 2005

    20th Bear Paw nears - who knew?

    25 homeowners evicted from trailer park


    And what a Grand Bear Paw Parade it will be!

    Arctic Heat players shine in recruiting tournaments

    Bear Paw - at your service

    Bear Paw traditional events

    Bear Paw trivia


    Chamber thanks 2005 Bear Paw Festival sponsors

    Chili benefit and cook-off July 17


    Flagstad leads pack of locals at Mount Marathon

    Friends don't force friends to borrow DVDs and CDs

    Health and safety come first at Bear Paw Festival

    I-Did-A-Duck Race

    Letters to the Editor

    Little League all-stars to crowd Lions Park for tourneys

    Municipality survey to shape comp plan

    New Bear Paw events this year!

    On your mark, get set ...

    Padres win Knik Juniors title

    Parade honors patriots, community float-makers

    People We Know

    Photo business combines chopper, camera

    Post 33 hot going into BP Invite

    Przybylski is Fort Rich Soldier of the Year

    Public Safety Briefs

    Reinventing wheels at the Bear Paw Festival

    Shootout brings gunslingers to Birchwood range

    Shorts Takes

    Sports Briefs

    Teddy Bear Picnic slated for July 15

    Those hazy lazy days

    Time Was

    Jul - 14 - 2005

    53-unit apartment complex starts

    AFD touts $16 million wildfire prevention program


    All-Star teams in thick of it

    Baldy parking still blocked

    Bear Paw off and... cooking!

    Bear Paw Schedule of Events

    Bear Paw Service Award winners announced


    Chugiak salvages win in BP Invite


    Hewitt swift in JO Regions

    Ice skating competition offers cool side of Bear Paw

    It's 'Play ball!' again at Oberg Field

    Letters To The Editor

    Local boy succeeding in making his art well known

    People We Know

    Scouts gear up for 50th birthday of Camp Gorsuch

    Shop Talk

    Short Takes

    Sports Briefs

    Storm, Heat look to state tourney

    Time Was

    Title 21: Let's not trade our freedom for pleasantness

    Two charged in drug death

    Two more disc golf courses on way to Chugiak-Eagle River

    Why don't you go out and have an adventure?

    Jul - 21 - 2005

    Airborne brigade activated


    AMVETS leader visits Alaska

    Baldy deal off; barricades stay, future uncertain


    Couturier recounts record Race Across America

    Crow Pass Crossing Saturday

    Failed river trip ends with rescue

    Heat warm, Storm cool at state tourney

    Knik Little League All-Star Roundup

    Letters to the Editor

    Local Edwards leads women in Bear Paw 5K

    'Mac' ice skaters take state championship

    New Oberg Field brings back memories of old days

    Ouch! - wasp increase stings Eagle River

    People We Know

    Public Safety Briefs

    Public to get look inside new school

    Results are in: Bear Paw Festival was lots of fun!

    Senior Center celebrates 30th

    Shoptalk : Bear Paw Festival

    Sports Briefs

    Time Was

    Zone exemption process complete

    Jul - 28 - 2005

    3,800 ready for war


    Base volunteers offer drunk driving alternative

    BBC here to film 'urban wildlife'


    CHS football coach expects big numbers this season

    Chugiak High School distance runners under new tutelage

    Chugiak JV Legion team comes up one run shy

    Developers consider new Eagle River shopping center

    Evidence back in for '99 murder case

    It's Your Business

    Jacoby takes command of U.S. Army Alaska

    Just Married

    JV Wolves start football camp

    Knik Little League All-Star Roundup

    Letters to the Editor

    Locals mourn deaths

    Locals shine at state swim meet

    Locals tops at state trap meet

    Meadow Creek becoming stable king salmon stream

    People We Know

    Public Saftey Briefs

    Short Takes

    Sports Briefs

    State's biggest Catholic church to take shape

    Time Was . . . .

    Two locals in Crow Pass Crossing top 10

    Voris bike trek attracts attention

    What they're saying about the Scout leaders

    Aug - 04 - 2005



    Camp Gorsuch: 50 years of turning Boy Scouts into young men

    Chaparrals up and dancing

    Chugiak cross country team nearly 30 strong

    Chugiak JV Legion squad awaits title game

    Chugiak-Eagle River's first charter school ready to take off

    Eagle River contended for 'Best Places' list

    Eagle River running team needs more guys

    Evicted mobile home owners get more time to move

    Five sports will be under way by Monday

    Flash flood damages four homes

    Football numbers more than double at ERHS

    Friends: Scott Powell legacy to live on at Camp Gorsuch

    How we finally solved mosquito problem at cabin

    Many hands make light work for Eagle River High sports staff

    New technology tested at old landfill

    People We Know

    Short Takes

    Summer grads get diplomas, some time at lectern

    Time Was

    Two rescues Sunday on Crow Pass Trail

    Aug - 11 - 2005

    11 turn out so far for Eagle River High School swim team



    Answering the call of the Eagle River High Wolves

    ASD school registration to begin Monday

    Assembly mulls increasing 911 surcharge

    Baldy negotiations back on; access still restricted

    Bill Bradford III

    Bill would help curb vandalism

    Book outlines former local teacher's 'unforgettable year'

    Chugiak man shot in leg on Old Glenn after argument

    Discover ways on the Internet to improve math skills

    Eagle River High School staff

    Field of green is field of dreams, labor of love

    Generous community continues to amaze

    Gruening gets new principal

    Jury out on Stampede showing; Bartlett test Saturday

    Local places second in state triathlon

    Local safeguards needed in Title 21

    Military auction set for Saturday on base

    Post 33 junior varsity team bows out

    Powell enriched lives

    Preparation is key for back-to-school ease

    Preparing healthy lunches easier when children are involved

    School on cutting edge of technology

    Scout builds life jacket loaner station at Eklutna Lake

    Six local Legislators share views at Chamber luncheon

    Survey: After-school programs important

    Team: Season begins Friday

    We can't be here by chance!

    When shopping for school supplies think frugal

    Aug - 18 - 2005

    29 turn out to walk for seniors


    ASD should hold the celebration until 2014

    Baldy problems might be solved

    Chugiak High School finally gets some elbowroom

    Chugiak Soccer Club U-13 boys second at state finals

    Chugiak thwarted by Bartlett in opener 35-21

    Coach: CHS boys, ER girls look fast

    Comp plan to focus on 'rural' lifestyle preservation

    How hot was it?

    Letters to the Editor

    Loan wins Tour of Anchorage - just barely

    Local grade schools pass, others fail NCLB test

    Local swim-dive teams share pool, optimism

    Man escapes burning home

    Marsolais, 68, finds gold, silver at end of Rainbow

    New general expects Alaska Army to stay strong, steady


    People We Know

    Public Safety Briefs

    Short Takes

    STRIDE horses lead some to happiness

    This Weeks Calendar

    Time Was . . .

    Volleyball teams to open with jamborees this Saturday

    Voris may reach Key West by Friday

    Wolves JV, C teams treat fans to first football victories

    Wolves, CHS to serve it up

    Youth planning own events for Fort Richardson program

    Aug - 25 - 2005


    Back to school events planned

    Bartlett Relays run into timing snafu


    Caralyn Cox battling her way back into the classroom

    Chugiak gymnastics team only six members strong

    Disc golf club seeks course construction help

    Eagle River JV gridiron team loses to Dimond


    Exercise provided hands-on training

    Fall means harvest, foliage, community council meetings

    Former chiefs share 'fiery' stories

    Letters to the Editor

    Local swim teams in good shape to open season this week

    Local tennis season begins

    Lost glasses leads to underwater adventure at Fire Lake

    Mount Baldy agreement signed; access still unclear

    Mustangs blanked by West 14-0


    People We Know

    Sens. voted to not ground Gov's jet plan

    Splinter group of teachers unhappy with union

    Statehood logo ideas sought

    Stryker brigade on its way to Iraq

    Time Was

    Volleyball Jamboree shows Chugiak, ERHS in mix

    Voris completes 6,616-mile bike ride

    Vote on jet amendment

    Sep - 01 - 2005

    Alaska Star Carrier Profile


    Beware of myths and find the weight-loss plan that works for you


    CHS wins, Wolves lose tennis matches

    Chugiak boys, Eagle River girls sixth in Skyview Invite

    Chugiak shells Wasilla 40-13

    Chugiak to face Eagle River in pool Friday

    DUI teams out in force this weekend


    Health tips

    I wish good luck, health, to the Baby Boomers

    It's Your Business

    Joint chiefs chairman visits troops

    Letters to the Editor

    Mayor hears Title 21concerns

    Medical Web site planned to empower, inform public

    Military Briefs

    Moving Arts Center moving

    Mustangs meet, beat Wolves 20-0

    Mustangs, Wolves play in annual volleyball tournament

    New school idea originated - where else? - with moms

    Parks projects winding down

    People We Know

    Public Saftey Briefs

    Shop Talk

    Sports Briefs

    Strike talk has parents making alternate plans

    Teen's just-do-it attitude helps to fill Eagle River Food bank

    Time Was

    UAA here to study amazing mammal - the vole

    Women - how to be healthier, happier

    Sep - 08 - 2005


    American Dream eludes more and more local residents

    Body recovered from Eklutna Lake

    Chugiak swims past Eagle River

    Eagle River family helps Katrina victims evacuate

    Fort Rich soldiers honored

    Gunfire shortens Chugiak High tennis match

    Letters to the Editor

    Local gymnasts open season Friday

    Local teams lose volleyball openers

    Mid-season race puts runners in a class of their own

    Military Briefs

    Mustang Blue Devil 16A squad wins tournament

    Mustangs stomp Service 28-13

    New school traffic heavy but steady


    On the Opening of Eagle River High School

    People We Know

    Public Safety Briefs

    Shop Talk

    Short Takes

    Sports Briefs

    Talk of gambling brings back Mallo Cup memories

    The Weekly Calendar

    Time Was

    Wolves down Bears 32-8

    Sep - 15 - 2005


    Bohling honored

    Chamber holds fraud workshop series

    Chamber of Commerce ballots due by Friday

    Chugiak history is rich in good ol' common sense

    Chugiak loses to Lincoln in Dome

    Chugiak upends host Eagle River

    Chugiak, Eagle River runners test out Region course


    Hand-to-hand combat training being revised

    Homebuyers must be creative these days to keep pace

    Letters to the Editor

    Local gymnasts beat competition

    Locals participate in hurricane relief

    New faces patrolling hallways


    Palmer ready to take helm at local Chamber

    People We Know

    Public Safety Briefs

    Short Takes

    Sports Briefs

    Time Was

    Weekly Calendar

    Wolves lose, Mustangs split at swimming, diving meets

    Wolves', Mustangs' tennis season in full swing

    Sep - 22 - 2005

    6-year-old murder yetto see trial


    Business Briefs

    Community to get a vote on gravel plans

    Eagle River and Chugiak swim teams face Service, East

    Eagle River High School rifle coach excited about first-year program


    Elementary school students hitting the trails

    Expanded Catholic church being built on faith

    Fort Rich's very own Idol

    Letters to the Editor

    Military Briefs

    Mustang volleyballers split games

    Mustangs second, Wolves third in gymnastic meets


    Options scarce for people with low to moderate incomes

    People We Know

    Playoff hopes slipping away

    Public Safety Briefs

    Rain sends tennis teams indoors

    Recent downpours bring back buckets full of memories

    Region running meet Saturday

    Short Takes

    South blanks Wolves

    Teachers approve one-year contract

    This Week's Calendar

    Time Was

    Wolves still winless in volleyball

    Sep - 29 - 2005


    Anderson murder trial set to begin

    Business to donate to cancer awareness

    Chamber donates to Senior Center

    Chamber names new board

    Chugiak swimmers split with West, Mustangs fall to East

    Chugiak tennis team excels indoors; Wolves get wins

    Church to get new digs

    Dahlstrom attends national conference

    Escapee on the loose

    Football players doing great job

    Fun for all!

    Historical society meeting Oct. 7

    Hurricane prompts learning through giving

    Local road construction season was light

    Long-time school nurse remembered

    Middle schools open cross country season

    Muni provides information on 911 surcharge increase

    Mustang gymnasts post season-high score, Eagle River outgunned

    Mustangs end season Saturday

    New Chugiak Nordic ski facility just waiting for snow

    Old Glenn rich in history - and little has changed

    Safe stolen

    Sickness hampers Mustangs, Wolves Region running hopes

    Smoking is bad

    Smoking is bad

    Sports Brief's

    Taking flight

    Turbulent weeks for Fairclough

    Wait for trial to place blame

    When will Chugiak-Eagle River's housing bubble burst?

    Who is responsible?

    Winterizing Alaska bases year-round job

    Wolves win some in volleyball tourney

    Oct - 06 - 2005

    500-plus kids say no to obesity by running in Jamboree



    ANWR drilling fans foolish

    Art is plenty useful, says award-winning teacher

    Blood drive huge success

    Both high school gym teams fall

    CHS grads help Ice Dogs

    Chugiak, Eagle River near bottom of field

    Chugiak, Eagle River volleyball teams lose

    Clock tower delayed

    Eagle River JV crushes West High

    Eagle River's Dreyer holds own in U.S. women's national hockey team wins

    Elmendorf kids get locked in for a good cause

    Fairclough mulls run for Legislature

    Fall baseball season may be over

    Get over 'bridge guilt'

    Homecoming loss a heartbreaker

    Innocent until proven guilty

    Jury selection to begin next week

    Local artist makes First Friday series

    Mustang swimmers face Wolves

    My son is innocent


    Public Safety Briefs

    Rifle team wins

    Short Takes

    Still awaiting justice

    Stop and think before spending

    Tennis team coaches arrange regional match-ups

    The readers have spoken - all 24 of you

    Thomas 'Gerry' O'Connor

    Time Was

    Title 21 rewrite needs to respect our rural lifestyles

    Volk, King, Fischetti in State XC finals

    Weekly Calendar

    What to do with $1 billion

    With rising costs, many locals to spend PFD on bills, not toys

    Oct - 13 - 2005

    Alaska GOP leaders offer little to be proud of



    Cheese with that whine?

    Cherry has collegiate XC run meet after three-week reprieve

    CHS shooters win; East High edges Wolves

    Chugiak High School swimmers sweep Eagle River

    Courage comes in different colors

    Eagle River Wolves trounce East at Homecoming

    Fire prevention: Use candles with care

    Former CHS coach Bierria in bodybuilding competition

    God debate philosophical, not science vs. religion

    GOP had better not blow it

    Griffin to play for Cornhuskers

    Gymnasts back at it

    Hawker: POMV would have netted $1,000 dividends

    High school hockey begins Monday

    Let Hurricane victims name Don's bridge

    Local cancer survivor offers hope

    Local man oversees quake-proofing Anchorage airport

    Mayor, Monegan, ACS tout new police dispatch center

    Military 'brats' adapt, cope with transition

    Move Big Easy to Mat-Su

    Mustang spikers place fifth at JIVE

    Mustangs fourth, Wolves out early in Region tennis

    News filtered through GOP machine

    No pork, just Chicken Little


    Patricia Lee

    PFD checks feed entitlement mentality

    Principal Scherer - Creative, distinguished winner

    Principal Volk wins regional award

    Rebischkes celebrate golden anniversary

    Rep. honored by Hope Community Resources

    Resources committee to hold local hearing

    Seniors seek board nominees

    Snakes might take over

    So, why was 'Papa Pilgrim' in Eagle River?

    Thanks for football boost

    Time Was

    Up to 90 site condos planned in downtown area

    Weekly Calendar

    Wolf injured as volleyball team falls to Dimond

    Oct - 20 - 2005

    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    Alaska Moving Arts Center


    ANWR must be shared

    Can't thank Eagles enough

    CBA once played more vital - and controversial - role

    CBA votes to extract gravel

    CHS rifle team swept; Wolves pick up point

    Chugiak High swimmers, divers sweep Bartlett on Senior Night

    Chugiak spikers nail Eagle River

    Community read slated for 'community's book'

    Cover those gravel trucks

    Dart Across America - Part 1of 4

    Dimond sweeps Eagle River High swimmers

    Emergency plan has Eagle River covered

    Everyone is responsible for fire safety

    Fitzpatricks shine in speedskating races

    GCI plans to end local phone service monopoly

    Gerry helped create local college campus

    I will miss serving in The Great Land

    Local swimmers on state's top 16 list

    Man rolls 300 game in Eagle River

    McEnaney in UAA's 2005 Hall of Fame class

    MLMS student wins City Championship

    No child left to spell, count change

    No one came


    Ossiander ordinance kinder to horse owners

    People We Know

    Please, let me serve

    Principals want less tardiness

    Red Cross Alaska program helps military families in need

    Remembering Oklahoma City

    Slaymaker contributes at State Tennis Invite

    Thanks for telling Martha's story

    This Week

    Vehicle accident causes power outage

    Wake up, people, before rural lifestyle is destroyed

    Wolves offer in-service day basketball clinic

    Wood stove sales heat up as fuel price hike looms

    Oct - 27 - 2005

    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    ANWR already open

    Assembly needs priority check

    Attention all churchgoers

    Board wants better way to track students

    Cheerleaders in for fun Friday

    Chugiak, Eagle River gymnasts lose to South

    Cindy Dyson's first novel hits soon to hit home

    Coaches hold Region meet cards close

    Dart Across (North) America - Part 2 of 4

    DUI drama planned for teens

    Family Outreach Center keeps infants' special needs in focus

    Goodbye, Greg

    Is condo site even legal?

    It's not too late to demand balance

    It's Your Business

    Lester comments disappointing

    Local groups jockey for state funds

    Local military, athletes roll toward SO tourney

    Local road projects could be delayed

    Move capital to Willow

    Mustangs find stride against Eagle River sharpshooters

    No wins for volleyball squad


    Piquette rolls second perfect game 12 days after first

    Road rage not worth it

    Sales tax is topic at Pancakes and Politics

    Speedskating club wants to grow

    Those were the days - at least that day

    Weekly Calendar

    Where do my taxes go?

    XC ski team practice to start Monday

    Nov - 03 - 2005

    AchieversNovember 3, 2005

    Alaska Moving Arts Center


    Army captain completes Iraq war tour - as a dentist

    ASD seeks public's help to close $30 million budget gap

    Bigger Fall Fest scares up fun at Elmendorf

    Boondock's Buck Contest under way

    Car vandals use bleach

    Cheerleading competition at Chugiak High School

    CHS, ERHS gymnasts prepare for regions this week

    Chugiak grad nets 19 points in first college game

    Chugiak volunteers want budget explanation from AFD

    Community is losing its rural identity

    Dart Across (North) America - Part 3 of 4

    Dinwiddie brings experience to Wolves wrestling squad

    Don't pull online Star

    Drunk man wants keys back

    Eagle River needs more bowlers

    Eagle River volleyball primed for post-season

    Eskimo elder, author to speak at local church

    Free timers for engine block heaters

    Government will be government

    Hebbe wants pins to topple

    Huffer returns to CHS wrestling

    Local swimmers, divers shine in regions

    Make time for the Munch!

    Man arrested for assault

    Muni slows condo plans

    New AFD chief named

    NRA fundraiser set for Nov. 12


    Randall Robert Trombi

    Riflery: CHS wins, Wolves lose

    Rollover driver admits self to hospital

    Schierholt kicks help North win in Shriner's Showcase

    Spikers fall; seniors honored

    Sports memorabilia at auction

    Steve Lund

    This Week's Calendar

    Time for MEA board members to act like adults

    Time Was

    'Tis the Bazaar Season

    Title 21: We're at fork in road

    Valley Feed stays - for now

    Vehicle theft results in injuries, arrest warrant

    Why some folks are mad as hornets

    Youth, experience on CHS varsity hockey team

    Nov - 10 - 2005

    After loss, Mustangs shutout East, Bartlett

    Alaska delegation embarrassing

    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    Alaska Moving Arts Center

    Alaska Star - How can we help you?


    Arlington first, Roberts second in swim meet

    ASD: Informal school budget open house a hit

    Baker defends plans for condo site on hillside

    Bears gone; trail reopens

    Betty Anne Shearer

    Bush has us in black hole

    CHS has spirit, and you can hear it loud and clear

    CHS rifle team beats East; Wolves swatted by Bears

    Chugiak High bowlers give up a point, Wolves get one

    Cops nab two in burglary spree

    Crash victim Schuyler beating the odds

    Dart Across (North) America - Part 4 of 4

    Edwards places 13th in NCAA championship meet

    Fire sparks arson investigation

    Four Eagle River wrestlers compete in Palmer Invitational

    Gratitude from the gridiron

    Group makes offer for Hickel site

    I support my fellow migrants

    Jennings, Viotto named to CIC All-Conference squads

    Kids win Red Ribbon awards

    Local woman among Top 40

    MEA seeks new board member

    Mustangs third in gymnastics finale

    New school traffic fears: it was good to be wrong

    Olive Lappo


    Pearce scores first Wolves hockey goal in loss to Homer

    People We KnowNovember 10, 2005

    Plate play discovered

    Police car vandalized

    Pregnancy Resource Center needs volunteer counselors

    Senior Center meeting, elections next week

    Service-East beats local girl pucksters 5-3

    South Fork meetings move

    Students lead parent-teacher conferences at Gruening

    Thank you, Wal-Mart

    Time Was

    'Tis the Bazaar season

    Two Veterans Day events offered

    Unwelcome homecoming

    Vet leads dog foot care class

    Veterans Museum plans put on faster track

    Wanted: snow for high school nordic skiing

    We need roads, not trails

    Weekly Calendar

    Wrestling invite to attract hundreds

    Wrong place, wrong time

    Nov - 17 - 2005

    Achievers - November 17, 2005

    After six years, Anderson murder trial to start

    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    Alaska Moving Arts Center

    Alaska Spirit State Cheerleading results released


    Anna and Debbie should get on the bus

    Assembly members propose to close land-clearing loopholes

    Big Lake's Cross to take on Huggins in District H

    Cheerleading clinic Saturday

    Cherry 80th in NCAA run

    CHS fourth at 52-team Bob Bailey

    CHS swim team holds banquet

    Chugiak bowlers top leader board

    DNR accepting proposals to run Nature Center

    Donations sought for Food Pantry

    Dyson, Murkowski only represent non-gays?

    ERHS swim team honored

    Expanded CCS expands fundraising options

    Forfeitures the norm in Eagle River grappling opener

    Gentemann, Mustang sharpshooters stay unbeaten at Service

    Griffin scores in exhibition game

    Hockey girls fall to Fairbanks 14-2

    Local students contribute to military mail call

    Locals reveal Thanksgiving traditions

    Mustangs win Menard Memorial


    Progress a winding path for Eagle River hockey

    RCA now deciding future of local phone service

    Retailers: Holiday shopping starts earlier in Alaska

    Schools should teach more black history

    Ski coach must get creative

    This Week

    Time for government to listen to old-timers

    Time Was

    'Tis the Bazaar season

    Water, uncertainty overflow in Peters Creek

    Wolves spikers hold banquet

    Nov - 24 - 2005


    Air Force band to perform free concerts

    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    Alaska is on ice - or under it - at local rink


    Attacks on unseen natural gas contract may hurt us all

    Bank donates Alaska state flags to troops


    Braunsteins celebrate silver

    Bush is unbelievable

    Carole Carlson

    C-ER girls hockey team falls short in comeback

    CHS shooters lead league

    CHS volleyball awards presented

    Chugiak bowlers on roll as teams lead league

    Coed 3-on-3 hoop tourney reveals champs

    Cover the real news

    CVFD volunteers aid in hurricane relief efforts

    Dave Eligh Perkins

    Dyson remarks ill-timed

    Fields mark golden anniversary

    From A to Z - things to be thankful for

    Get ready - it's almost Merry Merchant Munch time

    If you liked the Dart, you'll love a Mercedes

    Irene Slater

    It's Your Business

    Jensen, Inman overall trapshoot winners

    Last Frontier students explore final frontier

    Learning to drive - Birchwood style!

    Long-awaited lighting coming to Glenn Highway


    MEA to raise rates

    Mustang grapplers 4th in Wasilla


    Proud of Pam

    Public TV poster contest launched

    Schools here reach more goals than in rest of ASD

    Snow has ski coaches smiling

    They've got spirit, yes they do

    Time Was

    'Tis the Bazaar season

    Today's nowhere is tomorrow's somewhere

    Wagner wins junior ladies division at Pac Coast

    Wal-Mart plans to super-size Eagle River store

    Wheeler 4th in CIC hockey

    Why did you mention Planned Parenthood?

    Wolves start strong before CHS finds net

    Dec - 01 - 2005

    Time to bring them home


    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    Alaska Moving Arts Center


    Alpenglow earthquake drills keep kids prepared

    Anthony J. Horton

    Ben and Ted forget they are our servants

    Breakfast scored a 4.0

    Burglaries, theft investigated

    Bush should read history

    Bush wrong to politicize Veterans Day

    Chaparrals well received at tournaments

    CHS basketball teams light on bodies this year

    CHS bowlers contend for CIC league lead

    CHS student charged with sexual misconduct

    Chugiak-Eagle River scholarship pageants Saturday

    Cops investigate DV assault

    Cops investigate road rage threat

    CVFD-AFD talks answer some questions while raising others

    Debate heats up as war hits home

    Dimond outguns young E.R. Wolves

    Eagle River table tennis players at ATTC meet

    Expert: Patience main tool in building gingerbread house

    Gentemann tops at Dimond Shoot Off

    Give women real choices

    Glacier Bears hockey teams first, second in Turkey puck tourneys

    Griffin scores 31 points

    High school hockey: Mustangs tie West; South beats Wolves

    How do Alaskans spend Christmas?

    Liberal media, Democrats lie; Americans know truth

    Liberals, not Bush, are at fault

    Lisa M. to speak at Pancakes & Politics

    Local man arrested on variety of charges

    Man charged with DUI, leaving the scene of accident

    McDonald Center figure skating team continues run

    Medicare process not fair to elderly

    Military Mail Kits offered

    Mushers start Saturday

    Mushers to meet

    Mustang Comp squads fare well

    Officials explain, defend military Stop Loss policy

    Old Glenn folks may get relief

    Peters Creek locals hold fast against floodwaters

    Plowed, sanded streets more important than parks, trails

    Police to speak at Chamber luncheon

    Powerhouse South pins Eagle River

    Rename Eagle River 'North Muldoon'

    Save room for the Munch Friday, Saturday

    Ski meet a go thanks to recent 12-inch snowfall

    This Week

    Time Was

    'Tis the Bazaar season

    Two tree-lightings set for Friday

    Under the influence and asleep at the wheel

    What folks will be talking about in 2205

    Winter driving in Alaska helps keep my ego on ice

    Wolves hoops: boys turn out but not girls

    Dec - 08 - 2005

    AchieversDecember 8, 2005

    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    Alaska Moving Arts Center

    ALASKA STAR SPOTLIGHTDecember 8,2005

    Anderson trial postponed again

    BirthsDecember 8, 2005

    Chugiak Dog Mushers were off to the races Saturday

    Chugiak rifle team wins region title

    Chugiak-Eagle River's best kept secret: 'L-A-N-G-E.'

    Duane Wert

    Folks to comment on Wal-Mart's plan to supersize

    Fort Rich engineers to deploy

    Four locals sign up for Iditarod

    Garcia's robbed of 'thousands'

    High School wrestlers compete in Bartlett tourney

    Hoops Roundup

    Knik Arm Bridge needed

    Leah Prosak

    Local man reported held by insurgents

    Mirror Lake Middle wrestlers wins another title

    Mustangs, Wolves lose in conference hockey action


    Parks and Rec seeks 'warm' donations

    Senior Center Alzheimer's unit plans put on hold

    Senior housing expansion plans move forward

    Sharpen those Crayolas and plug in those lights

    Ski teams hit trails at Service

    Soldier found dead on Fort Richardson

    Stephen Swanson

    Stop Loss puzzling

    Stop Loss questions remain

    Thanks for tremendous start

    Thanks from Bean's

    This Week

    Time WasDecember 8, 2005

    Traffic impact study requested for busy intersection

    Troops good, Bush bad

    Weaver, Mrugala six and seven in girls puck scoring

    What about our bridges?

    Wheeler sixth on CIC puck list

    Will drilling affect ecosystem?

    Woman reports more vandalism

    Wonchala, Daw win local scholarship pageant crowns

    Youth volleyball signup

    Dec - 15 - 2005

    84th Engineer Combat Battalion deploys for Iraq

    AchieversDecember 15, 2005

    Added CVFD assets may drop insurance rates

    Adults asked to restrain themselves

    AFD gets pet masks

    Alaska Fine Arts Academy

    Alaska Moving Arts Center


    Begich to locals: Have patience in Title 21 process

    Burglary at thrift store

    Chugiak varsity hockey fair to middling in 4-on-4 play

    Dear Santa...

    Dear Stanta

    Do we have a bingo? Unfortunately not

    Eagle River man dies in car crash

    Emergency preparedness raised via poster contest

    ER pucksters close in on win

    Fate of Eagle River's Schulz unknown

    Frahm leads Chugiak's bid in Mayor's 100

    Friends, Nature Center near long-term partnership

    Frost to campaign here Saturday

    Gas prices here too high

    Homeless stereotypes dropped in Gruening classes

    Hoops Roundup

    It was a Chamber year!

    John Michael "Mike" Barbarick

    Lee rolls 253 in Eagle River's 10-2 loss to Dimond

    Local climbs, climbers in calendar

    Multiple winners on short track

    Municipality offers one-stop neighborhood shopping

    Mustangs wrestlers lose to South 45-12


    Parks volunteer openings announced

    Power line plans spark concerns

    Residents cope with icy side streets, driveways, lots

    Richard Dillen

    Robert Howard

    Senator urges community to thank nation's 'heroes'

    Sleeping man awoken, arrested

    Tax cuts for rich, health care cuts for poor is wrong

    Technology connects soldiers, families

    The eagles - to feed or not to feed them?

    This WeekDecember 15, 2005

    Three losses in four nights don't stop hockey girls

    Time Was

    Under the influence

    When will the delays stop?

    Why would we want to emulate Lower 48?

    Wolves make history, win first two

    Woman uninjured in rollover

    Wrestling Wolves claim third place pool finish

    Dec - 22 - 2005


    Alaska's natural resources are mine - yeah, right!

    Army Guard families receive holiday tidings

    Bear Paw Festival gets $15,000 boost from municipality budget

    Big Box retailers dole out donations to locals

    Big-screen gifts


    CHS hockey falls to South, Bartlett

    Chugiak mushers hold point races, tout trail conditions

    Chugiak sweeps Eagle River bowling team

    Comeau gets an 'A' and a raise

    CVFD responds to early-morning fires

    Dear Santa...

    Disc golf at Gruening

    Eagle River girls dress six for tournament

    Fire Lake students learn to skate next door

    House Calls of Eagle River

    I love cards, but not crazy about 'Christmas letters'

    Ice maker

    Insurgents claim Ronald Schulz is dead

    Is war the way to peace?

    Kids D.A.R.E to graduate drug free

    Local prep shooters in Mayor's finale

    Man, dog reunite

    Mustangs flatten Wolves wrestlers in first dual meet

    Mustangs make Elks finals, lose in overtime

    Neighbors ask Wal-Mart to expand east rather than west

    Online shoppers feel holiday shipping blues

    People We Know

    Please send Alaska stuff

    Schools ahead of curve on Christmas controversy

    Schools enjoy more peace at Christmas - er, holidays

    Shop Talk

    Short Takes

    Sylvia Ruth Landers

    This WeekDecember 22, 2005

    Time Was

    'Tis the season for waiting

    Wagoners win Star lights contest

    Wal-Mart answers troubling

    Wolves get two early goals but lose to East

    Wolves go 1-2 at Grace Classic

    You can't have it both ways

    Dec - 29 - 2005

    Alaska Star Spotlight: Nancy Jo Daugherty


    Commission rules in favor of MTA

    Cookie Caper bakes up some spirit

    Eagle River High Wolves top local sports stories of 2005

    Editorial: Media bias will always be with us - so change how you read

    Fitness Center to be renovated

    Girls hoops team learns in Nevada

    Here's what I've been working on

    Local man suspected in kidnapping, assault, robbery

    Mushers compete at Christmas race

    Mushers sell dog food to help Benson

    Mustangs wrestle in Reno

    Pauline Webster

    Photo: A new day

    Photo: American eagle

    Photo: Pickup game

    Photo: Politics - Alaska style

    Photo: 'Round the track

    Richard Barton "Bart" Bowlby

    Santa to the rescue!

    Sled dog gets second chance

    Students nowadays have tools in 'Palms' of hands

    They did what? - 2005's most memorable police reports

    Time to wake up and say no to bridge

    Time Was It happened 30 years ago this week...

    Top 10 Star news stories in 2005

    Vandals at large in local neighborhood

    Yearly count one for the birds