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Wed Apr 25, 2012


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Assembly member Terry Blake moving from Sitka, will resign seat this summer. Assembly appropriates $5.9 million for schools. Redesign of Pacific High (with pitched roof) gets warm reception. Full turnout for Sitka airport disaster drill. Troopers find missing sportsfisherman alive and well on Prince of Wales.

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