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Wed Aug 8, 2012

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Dive and defueling planned for next week on sunken seiner. Sitka schools’ math audit calls for more unity in teaching. 10 federal agencies to meet with region’s tribal leaders. Begich launches AK listening tour. UAS focuses on retaining students.

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