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Train derails north of Skagway; no serious injuries reported

Train derails north of Skagway; no serious injuries reportedA tourist train apparently derailed north of Skagway Wednesday afternoon, though early reports suggest there were no serious injuries.

Twilight Cafe wins top award for attractive storefront

Twilight Cafe wins top award for attractive storefrontThe Filipino-owned business won $500 for improving its entrance.

Auke Bay roundabout close to completion

Auke Bay roundabout close to completionPaving should be finished by Friday

Alaska Native artist weaves heritage into modern fashion

Alaska Native artist weaves heritage into modern fashionIt has long been forbidden for men to weave in the Chilkat tradition, but Tlingit artist Ricky Tagaban is an exception.

Assembly approves aquatics board; delays plan to place ice rink under ski area board

Assembly approves aquatics board; delays plan to place ice rink under ski area boardJuneau voters will be asked in October if an empowered board should be created to run both city-owned swimming pools

Japanese fishermen visit Alaska for ideas on sustainability

Japanese fishermen visit Alaska for ideas on sustainability"In Japan, 98 percent of our rivers are dammed and we have scarcity of wild salmon population," Shunji Murakami says.

Gull-egg harvest gets boost from Congress

Gull-egg harvest gets boost from CongressA bill allowing traditional gull-egg harvests in Glacier Bay is on its way to the president’s desk.

New lead sheds no light on missing hiker

New lead sheds no light on missing hikerDetective Nick Garza says a lead came in from someone who was hiking July 6.

Remembering Peter McKay

Remembering Peter McKayRetired planner was devoted to rural development, arrived in Alaska after three month rowboat journey

Gardentalk – Berries

Gardentalk – BerriesHarvesting and transplanting
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