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Tue Mar 6, 2012


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Sitka assembly to reconvene tonight to discuss school funding, city budget cuts. Board of Fisheries adopts a compromise crafted by commercial trollers and Juneau sportsmen over hatchery chum access in Stephens Passage. Raven Radio at 30: “Community Radio is still the future,” says Rich McClear.

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