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Tue Apr 3, 2012


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Herring seiners work for over five hours in second opener on Monday. Sitka Tribe, Sealaska sign deal for management of sacred sites near Sitka. Fairbanks resident faces charges for submitting fraudulent signatures for Coast Zone Management initiative. Senate bill would allow judges to consider FASD in sentencing defendants.

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