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How are fishermen adapting to high fuel costs?

SITKA, ALASKA

Hear more reports from Fuel Price Blues, how Southeast Alaskans are adapting to high energy costs, by clicking on the links below.

Southeast drivers adjust to high gas prices, by Deanna Garrison, KRBD

Homeowners replace oil with electric heat, by Joe Viechnicki, KFSK

High fuel prices drive wood-heat conversions, by Jay Marble, KRBD

Surging price of groceries affects everyone, by Lisa Phu, KSTK

How are fishermen coping with high fuel costs?, by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock, KCAW

Barge line searches for fuel-cost savings, by Ed Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska

High fuel costs hit pilots, anglers, by Weld Royal, KTOO

Turning temporary relief into permanent savings, by Robert Woolsey, KCAW

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