Clifford White is the fourth Juneau man to go missing since August.
Farnsworth is a 32-year-old Juneau man whose family reported him missing on Sept. 29. Family believe he is dead and are offering a $5,000 reward for anyone who helps find his body.
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Alaska Seaplanes spokesperson Andy Kline said no one was inside of the plane and there was no damage to it. Kline said the plane was checked out and is operational.
Hudson was a Republican who represented Juneau’s Mendenhall Valley District from 1987 to 2003.
Family, friends and law enforcement have been looking for Doug Farnsworth since he went missing on Sept. 29. His older sister, Kiersten Farnsworth said she and other family members believe he is dead.
Results from other races are unchanged, and official results will not be available until Oct. 19
It has been more than a week since anyone heard from Juneau resident Doug Farnsworth. A lot of people have been out looking for him, including the Alaska State Troopers, the Coast Guard and a local canine search group.
Douglas Farnsworth has been missing for more than a week.
Alaska Electric Light & Power reports that nearly everyone in town should have their power back by now.