The Anchorage Animal Care and Control Center is asking for help with the sudden influx of more than 100 animals brought in over the weekend.
Along with the more than 40 birds and 39 dogs from an Eagle River animal-cruelty case, a separate Anchorage case last Saturday added 22 cats to the center's population.
Melissa Apodaca is currently training six hours a day with the goal of representing the United States in one of the toughest sports around, freestyle wrestling. The muscular 22-year-old’s typical day includes running and lifting weights followed by a couple hours of technique work and sparring.
Think that’s tough?
The 2008 Chugiak High graduate does all that training while keeping up with her college courses at Northern Michigan University, where last semester she earned a 4.0 grade-point average.
The 2011 Chugiak High football team will go down in history.
The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame selected the Mustangs for the first-ever Trajan Langdon Award for “displaying sportsmanship and integrity” after their season was cut short due to use of an ineligible player that forced the team to forfeit three wins and miss the state playoffs.
Just ask those in attendance at last week’s “Old Timers’ Dinner” held at the Eagle River Lions Club.
“Time flies,” said Tom Blavka, who first arrived in Chugiak more than 50 years ago.
Co-hosted by Rep. Bill Stoltze (R-Chugiak/Mat-Su) and Rep. Anna Fairclough (R-Eagle River), the free dinner was a chance for many of the area’s long-term residents to get together for a once-a-year gab session.