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Downtown Sitka goes wireless

SITKA, ALASKA Thanks to the city of Sitka – and the cruise ship tax – you can now update your MySpace page from the lawn at Totem Square or download music while leaning on the wall across from Ernie’s. Last week, the city launched a public internet program and soon, free wireless will be available in downtown Sitka — from Pioneer Square to Crescent Harbor.
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