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Sen. Kookesh to contest subsistence fishing violation

SITKA, ALASKA State senator Albert Kookesh and three others have pleaded not guilty to a subsistence fishing violation, and will contest the charges.
Kookesh appeared in district court in his home town of Angoon on Wednesday (8-12-09) to enter his plea.
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