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Fri Sep 30, 2011

NMFS asks North Pacific Council to revisit halibut catch-sharing plan; Sitka Assembly to raise awareness of energy shortage; Reynolds Creek hydro project short of funds; Ted Wright to serve as interim GM of Sitka Tribe.

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