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Wed May 30, 2012

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Assembly relaxes senior exemption rules, postpones tax cap changes. Vaughn leads Sitka derby after 1st weekend. Sitka land sales lawsuit back in court. Climate change: Man’s hobby becomes scientific legacy.

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A force awakens: Sitka High ’16 graduates

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In a packed gym of beaming family and friends, seventy students became alumni of Sitka High School. Speeches were given. Selfies were taken. And while students and staff reflected on the journey ahead, many paid homage to their Sitka roots. more