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2014/08/31 15:51
2014/08/31 15:51
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ANCHORAGE — Alaska’s sole congressman, Don Young, has swatted away many challengers over the decades, and the longest-serving Republican in the U.S. House isn’t looking to leave office anytime...
2014/08/31 15:51
2014/08/31 15:51
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2014/08/30 13:57
2014/08/30 13:57
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Why don't hibernating bears get osteoporosis? Bears have the right idea. Don't fight the cold; just shut 'er down for six months and emerge when it's warmer. Why didn't we think of that? For one...
2014/08/30 02:39
2014/08/30 02:39
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... Got To Defend It’ – Denali Celebrates Wilderness Act 50th Denali National Park is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Wilderness Act in the next weeks. A series of events marking the...
2014/08/28 19:50
2014/08/28 19:50
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... annual Rainforest Festival brings stars to town Local artist Andrea Weathers was commissioned to do art for this year's Rainforest Festival poster which celebrates the seasonal harvest. Weathers...
2014/08/28 01:21
2014/08/28 01:21
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Story last updated at 8/27/2014 - 7:58 pm Juneau and Southeast Calendars JUNEAU Wednesday, Aug. 27BodyPump barbell workout, 5:30-6:30 a.m., Pavitt Health & Fitness, 10004 Glacier Highway. Group...
2014/08/27 14:52
2014/08/27 14:52
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With a pair of signatures and a handshake between Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska President Richard Peterson and Gov. Sean Parnell on Monday, the state of Alaska has...
2014/08/27 00:28
2014/08/27 00:28
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A van towed to a fenced yard in south Fairbanks didn't stay impounded long Sunday morning. Alaska State Troopers are looking for a van that crashed through the gate of Badger Towing about 18 minutes...
2014/08/22 20:40
2014/08/22 20:40
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A Partnership of Language and Love: Reflecting on The Life of Dick Dauenhauer Dauenhauer was known for many things, including poetry, translation and teaching. He was also the husband of Tlingit...
2014/08/22 19:27
2014/08/22 19:27
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An archaeologist's field guide to coffee cans The year is 1905. You are a prospector in Alaska relaxing in your cabin after a chilly day of working the tailings pile. Craving a cup, you pull a tin of...
2014/08/22 00:23
2014/08/22 00:23
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... minutes 33 seconds ago by Q2 SportsWoodin announces 2014-15 Lady Jackets schedule BILLINGS - Montana State University Billings head women's basketball coach Kevin Woodin has finalized the 2014-15...
2014/08/21 01:21
2014/08/21 01:21
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Story last updated at 8/20/2014 - 8:41 pm Mormon church bucks the attendance trend in Juneau A new spire reaches toward the heavens in Auke Bay - Juneau's newest church held its first services this...
2014/08/20 20:33
2014/08/20 20:33
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Everything in Alaska is a little bit bigger — even the produce. A 138-pound cabbage, 65-pound cantaloupe and 35-pound broccoli are just a few of the monsters that have sprung forth from Alaska's soil...
2014/08/20 16:42
2014/08/20 16:42
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By Chad WingertSports EditorREESE — The Reese High School volleyball team had its Class C state title hopes dashed in 2010 when they were knocked off in the semifinals by eventual champs Monroe St....
2014/08/20 05:27
2014/08/20 05:27
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Republicans tussle in Alaska primary for U.S. Senate bid JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - Voting ended on Tuesday in a primary election in Alaska that has three Republicans, including a Tea Party candidate,...
2014/08/19 15:15
2014/08/19 15:15
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... - Cinder block walls, twin beds and community bathrooms are no longer accepted as norms of residential life for many college students. Outsourcing residence hall projects is nothing new, but...
2014/08/19 12:22
2014/08/19 12:22
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Snow in the North Pole has thinned by 50% in just 60 YEARS - and rapid rate of melting 'could damage the Arctic food chain' Snow has thinned 14 inches to 9 inches (36cm-23cm) in western regions It...
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2014/08/17 22:09
2014/08/17 22:09
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Study blames humans for most of the glacial melt around the world August 17, 2014 More than two-thirds of the recent rapid melting of the world's glaciers can be blamed on humans, a new study...
2014/08/17 15:51
2014/08/17 15:51
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After spending the last five years in Anchorage, Karen Schmitt, Ph.D., returns to the University of Alaska Southeast in a new role as Dean of Arts and Sciences and Vice Provost for Research and...
2014/08/17 14:45
2014/08/17 14:45
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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A man who was having little luck catching salmon decided to look for fossils over the weekend and found a wooly mammoth tusk in the same Alaska location where his mother found...
2014/08/15 17:42
2014/08/15 17:42
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Scientists looking at glacier melt since 1851 didn't see a human fingerprint until about the middle of the 20th century. Even then only one-quarter of the warming wasn't from natural causes. But...
2014/08/31 15:51
2014/08/31 15:51
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