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Thu Dec 29, 2011

Assembly’s planned vote on Pacific High plans catches school district off guard. Reality show featuring Sitka fishery to premiere. Juneau, Ketchikan airports to get full-body scanners. FAA approves PBY landing 2 months after it was planned. Russian tanker headed to Nome with fuel. Police arrest suspected Juneau robber.

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