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Thank you, Rachel!

Rachel Waldholz gets ready to go on air with the afternoon newscast. Waldholz, from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, wrapped up her 10 weeks in Sitka on Friday.

KCAW bid farewell this weekend to Rachel Waldholz, our summer intern from the University of California Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. In her 10 weeks in Sitka, Rachel covered everything from river restorations to health care reform to social safety nets for youth. Off-the-air, she’s been an outstanding colleague and a wonderful presence in our newsroom and station. Thank you, Rachel, for your hard work this summer.

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