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Fri Mar 30, 2012


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Herring fleet remains tied up to dock, on two-hour notice. Sitka School Board pulls more that $1-million out of reserves to balance budget. Residents join Governor’s march against domestic violence. Douglas residents protest the proposed closure of their post office.

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