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Someone stole a 10,000-year-old mammoth bone from the Campbell Creek Science Center in March. They’re now offering a $500 reward for information. (Photo by Erin McKinstry/Alaska Public Media)

Campbell Creek Science Center offers reward for information on stolen mammoth tusk

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In March, someone stole a 10,000-year-old mammoth tusk from the Center. Bureau of Land Management, which owns the Center, announced Tuesday that it’s offering a $500 reward to anyone with information leading to the recovery of the missing 100-pound tusk.
Aquarius Valentine performs on stage at GLITZ on June 16, 2018. (Photo by Adelyn Baxter/KTOO)

Photos: GLITZ performers light up Centennial Hall for annual drag show

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Drag kings and queens took the stage this weekend in all their glitter and glamour for the fourth annual GLITZ Drag Show.

Alaska theater company places employees on furlough

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A regional theater company in Alaska has furloughed its employees after officials say it faced several years of financial problems.

New Anchorage museum exhibit hopes to shed light on pingoes

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The sculpture’s scale is impressive. The mound is 42 feet tall and almost as wide. It’s light brown and formed with different-sized panels made of salvaged Alaskan yellow cedar. They’re curved and splattered with small holes.

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