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Owners with multiple vessels will have longer.
A familiar face will head up the paper.
She’s been offered a full ride to the prestigious private school.
JDHS and TMHS will vie with Ketchikan and each other.
The Office of Special Prosecution investigated the case.
With TMHS two players down, they faced a steep task.
The boat’s propeller was fouled on something.
Studying the places bats lair will help us count them.
Teams will come from across the state — and country.
Sitka aircrews have performed four medevacs in the last week.
The cross-town rivarly will end the season with a bang.
They swept the state tournament
The series will restart next season.
The man was located Wednesday morning with heroin and methamphetamine.
The cause of their injuries is unknown.
The majority of offenses were at home, by family or acquaintances.
Robots and divers hunt for mines in the sea.
The coronavirus hasn’t appeared in Alaska yet, but Gov. Dunleays says it probably will.
Suspects have been identified, and the investigation continues.
Two were injured, but not severely, JPD spokeperson said.