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Articles from the November 20, 2014 edition

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Turkeys delivered all over Alaska

Hundreds of families have a Thanksgiving turkey because of Jeanie Greene's big heart. Most go to Alaska villages. Some are given as far away as Kentucky. Others are given close to home in Seward....


Pacing his future

Michael Marshall, the youngest of the Marshall running family in Seward, has signed with Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. He will run on the cross-country, and indoor and outdoor track teams. He follows in his older brother’s...


Bacon continues as Bear Creek fire chief

Connie (Elde) Bacon will continue as the chief of Bear Creek Fire Department after a recommendation by the borough mayor and a unanimous vote of support for his decision by the Bear Creek Fire Service Area board on Nov. 11. Bacon was installed as...


Moose Pass man marks 50 years with ARRC

Railroad track repairer and board member Jack Burton recently passed the half-century mark as an employee of Alaska Railroad Corp. Railroad leadership recognized Burton’s extraordinary tenure with a salute during the ARRC Board of Directors...


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